The virulent blow-back against the truthful headline in the New York Times’ (NYT) lead article on President Trump’s remarks to the nation on August 5, in response to the mass killings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, reveals the desperation of those committed to removing Trump, following the utter failure of the Russiagate investigation to provide the means to do so. The headline in the first print edition of the paper on August 6 read, “Trump Urges Unity vs. Racism.” This accurately conveyed the central theme of Trump’s address, in which he described the killings as a “crime against all humanity,” and said that, “In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry, and white supremacy.”
Anyone who watched the contorted and confused expressions on the face of former special counsel Robert Mueller during his testimony before two Congressional Committees on July 24, or heard his unsure, evasive, often-stumbling answers to questions, can now see why he had resisted making an appearance before Congress. Despite his resistance, Democratic Congressional leaders insisted he appear. Their purpose, in demanding that he testify, according to the anti-Trump Washington Post (WaPo), was to "give impeachment advocates fresh momentum."
When running for President in 2016, Donald Trump repeatedly ridiculed the claims of Hillary Clinton that President Obama's economic program was responsible for a robust economic recovery from the Crash of 2008. She cited the dramatic rebound of stock values, and reduction of the unemployment rate, as proofs of this claim. Trump charged that neither of these indicators was valid proof of a recovery, as stock valuations did not reflect the real economy, as a majority of Americans devastated by that crash had not recovered, with more than eight million families losing their homes; and that the unemployment figures did not reflect the real status of the workforce, as nearly a third of potentially employable people were not counted, as they were no longer looking for work, and therefore, did not show up as "unemployed" in official figures.
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.
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.
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.
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.”