British Plot for US War with Iran May Backfire and Finish British Empire

Cables sent from the United Kingdom's Ambassador to Washington, Sir Kim Darroch, to the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), which were leaked to the Daily Mail and published on July 7, show that at the same time he was wining and dining associates of President Donald Trump, he was composing derisive missives against him, as part of a strategy to contain him, or remove him from office.  When viewed together with the discredited anti-Trump dossier compiled by former MI6 operative Christopher Steele, which was used by Obama intelligence officials to justify a regime change coup against him, the deployment of British circles against Trump, and against his efforts to break decisively with the dangerous adherence to British geopolitics, becomes unmistakably clear: these were features of a desperate campaign to keep the United States engaged in wars around the globe, wars directed for the benefit of a collapsing British Empire.

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Trump Outflank War Party, Revives 'Singapore Spirit'

An unprecedented meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Panmunjom, in Korea's Demilitarized Zone, culminated a week of intense "Presidential diplomacy," which enabled President Trump to overcome efforts to sabotage his initiative for a peaceful resolution to the dangerous, long-simmering crisis on the Korean peninsula. Preceding the summit were numerous bilateral and multilateral meetings between the leaders of the United States, Russia, China, Japan, and the two Koreas. These meetings laid the basis for creating the possibility for "an entire Asian security architecture which could solve the North Korea situation," according to Helga Zepp LaRouche, the founder and President of the Schiller Institute, speaking during her weekly webcast on July 1.

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British War Party Takes Aim At Another Summit

With a meeting confirmed between Presidents Trump and Xi Jinping at the upcoming G20 summit in Japan, and possible meetings between the U.S. leader and his counterparts from Russia and India, the stage is set for a potentially dramatic break with the presently collapsing global strategic/financial system, which grows more unstable daily.  In the last days, Trump has spoken on several occasions of his desire for "great relations" with China and Russia. The offensive which he launched with Attorney General Barr against the anti-Trump forces, to "get to the bottom" of what was behind Russiagate, is moving ahead, giving him some breathing room, making it possible that this summit might just be the opportunity for the broad strategic shift to be initiated, against war, globalized free trade and austerity, which he promised in his successful 2016 election campaign.
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Trump and the "Not-so-Special" Relationship

WILL THE REAL RUSSIAGATE CRIMINALS BE PUT ON TRIAL?

Given the urgent insistence from President Trump that investigators get to the bottom of what is behind the coup attempt against him, there has been an intensified focus on the role of the British monarchy, which acted through its intelligence channels in the U.K. and in the U.S., in launching Russiagate.  While the anti-Trump fanatics, including pro-impeachment Democrats, neo-con Republicans and mainstream media, continue to pound the "Russia hacking" line—that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, to elect Trump, citing the Mueller investigation and his fraudulent report as proof—the evidence of the British role is finally emerging into public view, with potentially devastating blow-back to come against the perpetrators.  

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Trump Escalates Fight Against British War Party

In an interview with Fox-TV News on May 20, President Donald Trump dropped another in a recent series of bombshells, when he described those pushing for war with Iran as part of a “Military-Industrial Complex” (MIC), run by people who “like war.”  Speaking of the opposition to his orders to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, first announced in April 2018, he said “if it was up to them, they'd bring thousands of soldiers in...They never want to leave. They always want to fight.”

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Coup Plotters Are Now Facing Their Day of Reckoning

Though president Trump has declared that the "Collusion Delusion" is dead, killed off by the report released on March 22 by special counsel Robert Mueller, which exonerated him of charges that he "colluded" with Russian President Putin to rig the 2016 election, rabid anti-Trumpers continue their desperate search for phantom leads, in multiple Congressional committees, and in the Fake News rooms of major media across the U.S. and in western Europe.

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Anti-Trump Coup Plotters Respond to Defeats with Frenzied Push for War

The combined effect of the release of the Mueller report on March 22, which exonerated President Donald Trump of impeachable crimes, and the ninety-minute phone conversation he had with Russian President Putin on May 3, has unleashed a frenzied drive for impeachment and war, as his enemies from the British Empire's camp are wildly lashing out, to defend their failed global paradigm.  Freed from the attempted blackmail of the "Russiagate" investigation, Trump's wide-ranging discussion with Putin showed that he now believes that he can proceed with plans for broad strategic cooperation with Russia, which could include joint collaboration with China on dealing with crisis spots, and matters of trade and arms control.  It is fear that this has been Trump's intent all along, to break with the post-war unilateralist paradigm of the geopoliticians, which provoked the British-directed Russiagate operation to defeat him in the 2016 election, and subsequent efforts to remove him from office in a coup after he won.

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After Mueller Report, Dem Jacobins Go Wild

At a moment of utmost insanity in Washington, D.C., in which some crazed Democrats, including presidential candidates, are calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, a rather interesting meeting occurred in the White House on April 30.  Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi, the House Speaker, and Charles Schumer, the minority leader in the Senate, emerged from a discussion with Trump, on rebuilding America's infrastructure, expressing optimism over the potential to work together.

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