As the impeachment trial of Donald Trump opened in the U.S. Senate, the President was in Davos, Switzerland, to address the annual gathering of self-congratulatory elites, the billionaires and "influencers" who presume they have been chosen to chart the future course of mankind.  The conference this year was primarily devoted to imposing a "Green" agenda on governments, to save the world from "man-made climate change."  In addition to Green "celebrities", such as the angry teenager Greta Thunberg, Al Gore, Sir Nicholas Stern, Bill Gates and Prince Charles, a leading role was played by Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, who will soon become the United Nations Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance.

Carney, who emerged as a key figure in the Green movement last summer, when he declared that banks must cut off credit to any firm or institution which is not part of the Green revolution, delivered the keynote.  He stated that the Bank of England, along with other central banks, will now deny credit to financial institutions and corporations which are not “net zero carbon emitters”, thus enforcing disinvestment in energy sources which provide most of the world's energy.  Backed by "Fake science", which proclaims that CO2 emissions are the cause of climate change, and that mankind is doomed unless there is an immediate, radical shift away from use of fossil fuels for energy production, Carney and his allies, such as Larry Fink of Black Rock—who is part of Carney's team of financial swindlers calling for "regime change" in finance—would use a combination of taxes, fines, and government subsidies for inefficient "sustainable technologies", to enforce the "net zero" plan, as part of an overall austerity regime. 

Carney, in his Davos keynote, said the question which must be asked is "What's your plan to get to net zero?  That will determine where capital is flowing."  Banks will ask you, he stated, if you are "on the right side, or the wrong side."  This represents, he concluded, "a fundamental reshaping of the financial system."

The Carney-Fink "regime change" demand, which would cut off credit for any investment other than for so-called sustainable energy—by which they mean returning to lower levels of energy-flux density characteristic of the pre-Renaissance period—is a prescription for deindustrialization and mass genocide.  This does not seem to concern them, as that is their ultimate intent!  Further to give it extra muscle, it is linked to the demand, which was presented by Fink's cohort of former central bankers at the Federal Reserve gathering last summer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, that national budgets be taken over by central banks, to insure that credit expansion is limited to providing liquidity for the Green speculative bubble, while shutting down lending for the real, physical economy.  This is an attack on the right of sovereign governments to use credit to fund policies which will increase the real physical economic wealth production required to improve standards of living for the general population, instead turning governments into instruments committed only to the funding of swindlers, who profit from speculative bubbles, while imposing new, suffocating debt burdens on the people.

At Davos, the billionaires again called on the disturbed teen Greta Thunberg, to shame anyone opposed to such nonsense. Thunberg said there is no time  to lose, as there must be a total reversal within eight years. "We don't want these things done in 2050, 2030, or even 2021.  We want this done now," she said.  Lecturing the "adults" in the room, she insisted "Our house is still on fire. Your inaction is fueling the flames by the hour."   

When asked if he agreed with Thunberg's drastic timetable, Carney confirmed his assent.  


Into this environment of general genial consensus for policies which would destroy what remains of the world's productive centers, Donald Trump provoked waves of hysteria when he presented an optimistic vision of the future, based on reflecting on the process by which modern civilization was created by the cultural and scientific achievements of the Renaissance.  Explicitly targeting those making policy on the basis of what he has referred to as "Climate hysteria", he said,

“This is not a time for pessimism; this is a time for optimism.  Fear and doubt is not a good thought process because this is a time for tremendous hope and joy and optimism and action. But to embrace the possibilities of tomorrow, we must reject the perennial prophets of doom and their predictions of the apocalypse. They are the heirs of yesterday’s foolish fortune-tellers... and they want to see us do badly, but we don’t let that happen. They predicted an overpopulation crisis in the 1960s, mass starvation in the ’70s, and an end of oil in the 1990s. These alarmists always demand the same thing: absolute power to dominate, transform, and control every aspect of our lives.”

In ridiculing today's greenie "prophets of doom", who are promoting a modern version of Malthusian population reduction, he was identifying (though not by name) such seminal works as "The Population Bomb" by Paul Ehrlich in 1968, and the "Limits to Growth" hoax by Dennis Meadows and Jay Forrester and their Club of Rome/MIT team of quacks in 1972.  What Trump did not say, but was likely known to at least some of the proponents of climate hysteria, is that what unites these forces, besides their Malthusian hatred of human beings, is that their evil intentions have been exposed and refuted by Lyndon H. LaRouche throughout this past half-century.  LaRouche’s 1983 book "There Are No Limits to Growth" demonstrated that the present anti-growth obsession was fabricated by fake science and computer-generated fraud since the 1960s, which continues today with the dire predictions of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, whose forecasts are based on the same methods of computer modeling which have repeatedly proven to be wrong in their past forecasts.

More importantly, LaRouche presented the necessary counter to these fraudsters: the real science of human progress. He often insisted that it is necessary to look back to the geniuses of the Renaissance to find solutions to today's crises, pointing especially to Brunelleschi’s genius in the building of the Duomo of the Florence Cathedral, educating a workforce in the process.  In 1991, during a period in which he was unjustly imprisoned, LaRouche wrote a book from his prison cell "The Science of Christian Economy", which carried a picture of the Duomo on its cover.   In his speech in Davos, Trump pointed to the same example used by LaRouche as a source for optimism about the future.

“Centuries ago, at the time of the Renaissance," Trump said, "skilled craftsmen and laborers looked upwards and built the structures that still touch the human heart. To this day, some of the greatest structures in the world have been built hundreds of years ago. In Italy, the citizens once started construction on what would be a 140-year project, the Duomo of Florence. An incredible, incredible place. While the technology did not yet exist to complete their design, city fathers forged ahead anyway, certain that they would figure it out someday.  These citizens of Florence did not accept limits to their high aspirations and so the Great Dome was finally built. “

He continued: “In America, we understand what the pessimists refuse to see: that a growing and vibrant market economy focused on the future lifts the human spirit and excites creativity strong enough to overcome any challenge — any challenge by far....The great scientific breakthroughs of the 20th century — from penicillin, to high-yield wheat, to modern transportation, and breakthrough vaccines — have lifted living standards and saved billions of lives around the world.   And we’re continuing to work on things that you’ll be hearing about in the near future that, even today, sitting here right now, you wouldn’t believe it’s possible that we have found the answers....But the wonders of the last century will pale in comparison to what today’s young innovators will achieve because they are doing things that nobody thought even feasible to begin.  We continue to embrace technology, not to shun it. When people are free to innovate, millions will live longer, happier, healthier lives.“

(Full Transcript of Trump's speech)


The spirit of optimism motivating Trump's speech in Davos is matched by his commitment to work with Russian President Putin to address ongoing strategic crises, and to collaborate with Chinese President Xi Jinping to address trade and economic tensions between the world's two leading economic powers.  There is no coincidence that those using climate hysteria to justify "regime change" in finance, are the same City of London imperial defenders who oppose Trump's desire to build peaceful cooperative relations with Russia and China, as they are committed instead to continuing the "endless wars" that Trump campaigned against in 2016, and which will be a major part of his campaign for 2020.

Not surprisingly, this is the same grouping, operating through an alliance between British intelligence networks and Bush-Obama-linked intelligence officials, which launched the regime change operation against Trump's presidency, which is proceeding now through an impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate, based on false charges concocted by these same networks.  The threat posed by a Trump presidency, and likely re-election, to the collapsing post-Cold War world order imposed by these networks is made more acute when his words echo the ideas associated with Lyndon LaRouche.  Before Trump became a target of these networks, Lyndon LaRouche was vilified and persecuted by them.  In spite of the years of slander and attacks, LaRouche's ideas continue to resonate, as they reflect the higher principles which inspired America's Founding Fathers in the writing the U.S. Constitution, and in the successful development of the American System of physical economy.

The present, ongoing impeachment is nothing but an attack on those principles, carried out on behalf of those co-called elites meeting in Davos, who intend to carry out the most drastic population reduction in world history.  This is why they reacted with such hysteria to Trump's speech, as the media blacked out the key portions quoted above, instead referring to his address as an example of "pointless optimism."  What they fear most is that when people participate in self-government, to insure that the policies adopted by government reflect their real interests, they will reject the dangerous pessimism of those who would use their power to suppress that participation.


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