In the midst of the chaos unleashed in America by the British-directed effort to remove President Donald Trump from office, Trump is campaigning vigorously in the midterm elections on the strategic platform which propelled his election in 2016. Over the last days before voting, he has scheduled 11 events across the country, in which he is reiterating his desire to achieve peaceful, collaborative relationships with Russia and China, as a central feature of his presidency. As he did in 2016, when he crushed the presidential aspirations of a gaggle of war-mongering neocon Republicans and the pro-war candidacy of Hillary Clinton, with his pointed criticism of their provocative policies against Russia and China, and their support for regime change destabilizations, he is again asking voters, "What's wrong with wanting to be friends with Russia and China?"
Diplomatic initiatives launched by Donald Trump, including summits scheduled with Russia's Putin and China's Xi Jinping after the midterm election, demonstrate that he is committed to pursue improved relations, as per his campaign promises in 2016, regardless of the disruptive intent of those engaging in a regime change coup against him, and whatever the outcome of the midterm elections. He will meet with Putin on November 11 in Paris, during the centenary commemoration of the end of World War I, and with Xi in Buenos Aires, during the G20 summit. Both meetings will occur as tensions between the U.S. and Trump's would-be partners have deteriorated, in large part due to the continued attacks against him, and against Russia and China, by his British geopolitical enemies. In both cases, sources have said Trump wants the meetings in order to overcome the tensions, and to re-initiate the promising diplomatic start he had with both leaders.
With the historic midterm elections in the U.S. less than two weeks away, Donald Trump is boldly asserting his authority as President, generating an ever-higher level of hysteria among his enemies. In the last days, the White House has announced that Trump will expand the number of campaign rallies in key battleground states leading up to Election Day, amid indications that the much-hyped Democratic wave may be diminishing. He is engaging regularly with journalists, in vintage Trump style, deriding them as purveyors of Fake News, while challenging them to report on his accomplishments. Perhaps most importantly, it has been announced that, shortly after the election, Trump will meet with Russian President Putin and Chinese President Xi, on the sidelines of major events, in an effort to resolve differences which have emerged, in no small part due to the anti-Russian, anti-Chinese agenda of Trump's opponents among the London-directed neo-cons in both parties.
With the mid-term elections in the U.S. just three weeks away, the Democratic Party has adopted an aggressive, uncivil approach toward Republicans, which has become increasingly violent, following their failure to defeat President Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. The desperation behind their attacks is palpable, coming as the Russiagate investigation has failed, and the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, by the Senate, to the Supreme Court, has given renewed momentum to President Trump, in his effort to prevent a Democratic Party takeover of the Congress. With the prospect for a "peaceful" regime change coup slipping away, could the putschists be planning an escalation to violence, modeled on the phony, but deadly Maidan revolution in Ukraine in 2014?
For nearly two years, since November 8, 2016, when Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, there has been an ongoing, unprecedented, intelligence war underway to destroy his presidency, and reverse the decision of American voters. This has affected every aspect of his tenure in office. This has been especially true since the May 17, 2017 appointment of the legal hitman, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, as special counsel. Mueller was chosen by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, purportedly to investigate the charge that Trump's election victory resulted from illegal Russian meddling, and his collusion with the Russians.
With the critical U.S. mid-term elections now five weeks away, it would be wise to consider the words of German defense expert, Willy Wimmer, who represented the Christian Democratic Union in the German Bundestag for many years, and served as an Assistant Defense Minister. On September 3, Wimmer warned that if the Democrats take back the House of Representatives on November 6, and use their majority to impeach President Donald Trump, his removal would be a prelude to nuclear war against Russia. Removing Trump, he said, "would be the breaking of the dam which is keeping the peace alive," and a war could occur as early as 2019.
Events in the last week have added to the voluminous evidence that the investigation into allegations of "Russian Meddling and Trump Collusion" in the 2016 election is part of a coup designed to remove the President from office, to illegally overturn the voters decision to elect him. As reported for the last two years in on the LaRouchePAC website, the coup is being run by leading elements of British imperial intelligence, in collaboration with former intelligence operatives of the Obama administration centered around former CIA chief John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Their efforts have been aided by a network of corrupt officials in the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI, with full backing by the so-called Mainstream Media.
with contributions from Harley Schlanger
On July 25, 2007, as the first signs of the crisis began to emerge—the financial crisis that would ultimately lead to the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the near-collapse of the global financial system—economist Lyndon LaRouche opened a webcast with a warning that the system had reached a point of no return. He said: