"Unbound" Trump Opens the Door for the U.S. to Join the New Paradigm, Exposes Why Russiagate was Launched
Geopoliticians Try to Sabotage Emergence of New Paradigm, Push Sanction & War, Rather than Diplomacy
Developments of the last weeks have demonstrated that the potential is emerging to bring the world into a new era of peaceful economic progress, centered around the diplomacy and physical economic advances associated with China's Belt-and-Road Initiative (BRI) policy. The dynamic unleashed by the BRI, which Helga Zepp LaRouche, the chairman of the Schiller Institute, has called the "New Paradigm", has brought together the leading nations of Asia—China, India, Japan, South Korea—along with Eurasian power Russia, into an alliance which is causing increasing panic among those still yearning for the days when the British Empire's geopolitics dominated every aspect of international relations. Many nations in Africa and South and Central America have also joined the BRI, accepting the offer of the Chinese to be part of a "win-win" approach based on mutual benefit.
The Political Action Committee founded by American statesman Lyndon LaRouche, LaRouchePAC, released on May 26 a memo to President Trump, offering him a strategy to end the regime change coup being conducted against him by his opponents. As the "investigation" by special counsel and "Amoral Legal Assassin" Robert Mueller enters its second year, it has become increasingly clear that there was neither Russian "meddling" in the 2016 election, nor Trump "collusion" with Russia, the allegations which precipitated the investigation. (footnote 1) Instead, a preponderance of evidence has emerged that proves that there was foreign intervention in the U.S. election, but the perpetrators were not Russian associates of President Vladimir Putin, but leading networks of British intelligence, operating on behalf of the imperial geopolitical networks of the British Crown and the City of London.
During the confirmation hearings for President Trump's nominee for CIA Director, Gina Haspel, Republican Senator Rand Paul dropped a bombshell, in the form of a letter he sent to the nominee on May 15. While some in the Senate meekly opposed Haspel on the grounds that she directly participated in torture of suspects as a CIA Counterintelligence operator in a prison in Thailand after the attacks on September 11, 2001, Paul hit the nominee on a different flank, demanding to know what she knows about whether the CIA conducted surveillance against any of the presidential candidates in 2016, including himself, and Donald Trump.
As Global Tensions Deepen, Russiagate Reaches Critical Stage with Mounting Legal Challenges to Mueller Authority
At a moment when crucial decisions are being made by U.S. President Donald Trump involving such matters as the future of the Iran nuclear deal, the fate of North Korea's nuclear program, and improving relations with Russia and China, special counsel and legal assassin Robert Mueller is continuing to press ahead with the mission assigned to him. Mueller was brought in to find impeachable crimes committed by Donald J. Trump, to remove him from office, or to so discredit him as to render him unable to follow through on his anti-globalist agenda, thereby delivering him into the hands of his enemies, whom he defeated during the campaign.
On April 30, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled the latest in a series of provocations aimed at pulling the United States into a new war, this time against Iran. In a televised briefing, Netanyahu claimed that Mossad operatives had proof that Iran had been lying about its intention to develop nuclear weapons, before it signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in July 2015, under which it agreed to a strict regime of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) supervision, to insure that it did not have a nuclear weapons program.
On April 16, three days after the coordinated missile strikes on Syrian targets by the United States, the United Kingdom and France, the Washington Post seemed to be proclaiming, in a page one story, that the regime change coup against President Trump that it has campaigned for so vigorously had finally succeeded. Headlined "Trump, a reluctant hawk, has battled his aides on Russia and lost," the anti-Trump scribblers asserted that, despite the President's stubborn desire to develop improved relations with Russia and President Putin, the alleged use of chemical weapons by President Assad's military against civilians in the Damascus suburb of Douma forced him to recognize that this goal was unattainable. Not only had his aides convinced him to approve the strike, but it seemed he had given up his pledge of a week earlier to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, when French President Macron boasted that he had "convinced" Trump that the U.S. must maintain a military presence in Syria. This was seconded by the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, the unabashed neocon Nikki Haley, who also told a Sunday morning news program that the administration would announce new sanctions against Russia within twenty-four hours.