February 17—Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump engaged in the kind of personal diplomacy he pledged he would conduct during his campaign, when he said he would seek friendly, cooperative and mutually beneficial relations with Russia and China, in contrast to the dangerous hostility generated by Barack Obama's provocative confrontations with the two great powers.
Feb. 9—Recent events in the ongoing “Russiagate” saga in the United States fully confirm what Lyndon and Helga Zepp LaRouche said when the anti-Trumpers first began peddling the “Russia meddled/Trump colluded” fairy tale about the 2016 presidential election: It is not Russia, they charged, but the British who attempted to rig the election, colluding with the Obama intelligence agency leaders and the Hillary Clinton campaign to defeat Donald Trump and sabotage his presidency.
January 28—In the first weeks of the new year, four inter-related dynamics of the global strategic situation are coming to a head, in a manner which means that, unless the coup underway against U.S. President Donald Trump is stopped, the world is moving on a fast track to a potential nuclear confrontation between the United States, and Russia and China.
January 12—“The single greatest Witch Hunt in American history continues. There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion, & yet on and on it goes. Russia & the world is laughing at the stupidity they are witnessing....”
January 5-With all signs pointing toward increasing volatility in the Trans-Atlantic financial markets, President Donald Trump must decide in the next weeks whether he will return to his campaign pledge to move against the destructive speculative policies of Wall Street financiers and their neo-liberal theorists, who are urging him instead to "stick with what is working." They are referring to the run-up of stock markets to record levels, and official dishonest statistics which show a continuing decline of unemployment, which the President is touting as proof that his economic policies are working.
December 22—The urgency of defeating the efforts of special counsel Robert Mueller to conduct a coup against elected U.S. President Trump, on behalf of British and Wall Street imperial interests, can be seen in the attempt by neocons both within the administration and outside, who insist that the U.S. must continue the policy of geopolitical confrontation with Russia and China, which was supported by his opponents. In the last days, there are further indications that it is Trump's continuing commitment to strategic collaboration with Russia and China that precipitated "Russiagate," and not "meddling" in the U.S. election by Russian President Putin, nor "collusion" by Trump with Putin to steal the election, that has made him a target of unprecedented vitriolic attacks, lying media stories, and a corrupt "investigation" which his opponents hope will lead to his ouster.
November 3—On the eve of President Trump's historic trip to Asia, during which he will meet with China's President Xi Jinping, and possibly with Russian President Putin, special counsel and legal assassin Robert Mueller unsealed on October 31 the first indictments of Trump allies, former campaign manager Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates. Mueller also announced that George Papadapoulos, a member of the President's foreign policy advisory committee, had entered a guilty plea for lying to FBI agents. The anti-Trump media erupted in glee to these announcements, heralding them as the first steps to bringing to an end the Trump presidency. While there was an air of satisfaction in the reporting on Manafort, there was special excitement over the Papadopoulos plea agreement, with some commentators hailing this as a "smoking gun", which proves allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
November 10—On October 24, CIA Director Mike Pompeo met for one hour with Bill Binney, to hear the evidence that the whole story of "Russian hacking" of the emails of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) during the 2016 presidential election is a fraud. Binney, a former technical expert with the National Security Agency, was involved in a detailed forensic study of the charges of Russian hacking, which concluded that there was no hack involved, but an insider leak, which provided the emails later released by Wikileaks.