Trump Is Going for Game-changing Solutions

Trump Is Going for Game-changing Solutions

President Donald Trump's insistence on a personal summit with Russian President Putin looks stronger than ever, with the welcome breakdown of the most violent opponent of that summit — and the center of geopolitical war schemes — the British government. Russian-American collaboration is central to the possible end to 25 years' perpetual "regime-change" wars and terrorism, allowing, then, the possibility of economic development spreading across South Asia and North Africa. Better, a four-power collaboration of America, Russia, India, and China can provide a new, non-geopolitical strategic framework for peace. Lyndon LaRouche showed already more than two decades ago that there is no reason for the existence of NATO, and that this four-power collaboration is the new basis for security and peace.

Sputnik photo of Putin and Trump by: Mikhael Klimentyev

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Clearing the Fog of War: Lies, Damn Lies, Damn British Lies

Clearing the Fog of War: Lies, Damn Lies, Damn British Lies

The Washington Post of Monday, April 16, portrays President Trump as surrounded by a traitorous foreign policy team which is lying to him constantly and persistently about Russia and actions this team has taken in the President’s name, in your name, against Russia and China. The Post attempts to claim that Trump’s national security staff staged a palace coup against him concerning Russia and Syria and that Trump lost the battle. But the President responded immediately by acting against the traitors around him. He scuttled the appointment of Nikki Haley’s assistant, the Never-Trumper Jon Lemer, for a national security post with Mike Pence. The White House announced that new sanctions against Russia, based on Russia’s support for Syria, which Nikki Haley promoted only yesterday, were being rolled back. It was publicly announced that President Trump still wants to meet with Vladimir Putin, although a date has not yet been set.

At the same time, French President Macron bragged to the world that it was he who duped the President into a missile attack on Syria, reviving the very Clinton/Obama regime change doctrines the American people righteously rejected in the 2016 elections. This only sets the stage for ferocious blowback on the President of France.

Xinhua photo above by Ye Pingfan:
President Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May at the opening of the new NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium on May 25, 2017

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British Empire’s Russiagate Operation In Open Disarray

British Empire’s Russiagate Operation In Open Disarray

Feb. 20, 2018 (EIRNS)—The coup crowd is pretty much making things up as they go. Indicative is Rep. Adam Schiff’s response to Robert Mueller’s indictment of the 13 Russians, to he effect of: well, this set of indictments may not have shown Trump "collusion," but just you wait—maybe the next ones will.

The Boston Herald today joined the New York Times and Yale Law School’s Media Freedom & Information Access Clinic in calling for the FISA court to declassify the Obama administration’s application for a surveillance order on Carter Page and the FISA Court order, wishfully hoping that the Steele dossier was not the only basis for the surveillance order. In any case, the Herald editorial staff concluded:

"To continue to keep the FBI’s warrant application secret at this point and in a case where there is intense public interest is counterproductive. It’s high time for a dose of sunlight on this case."

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The Fight To End 'Russiagate' Is Not A Sports Spectacle, You Have To Intervene To Defeat It

The Fight To End 'Russiagate' Is Not A Sports Spectacle, You Have To Intervene To Defeat It

The United States is at a turning point in its decades-long "internal" battle against British intelligence's use of U.S. intelligence agencies to control and blackmail Presidents. It is also at a turning point of foreign policy, which leads the world either toward an imminent thermonuclear war confrontation, or to a new paradigm of great-power cooperation in ending regional wars, building great infrastructure, conquering poverty and defeating international terrorism.

The two turning points have the same target — fighting British geopolitics. The long coup attempt against this American President, the "Russiagate" scandal in which the tide may now be turning, was brought to Washington by the head of British MI6 foreign intelligence nearly two years ago. It was spear-pointed by a British "dossier" whose misuse has now been exposed by the House Intelligence Committee. Its purpose was to blackmail the United States on the foreign policy its President would be permitted to carry out.

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Without Joining In Asia's New Silk Road, Trump Is Facing A Financial Crash

Without Joining In Asia's New Silk Road, Trump Is Facing A Financial Crash

President Donald Trump's administration cannot miss any more opportunities if it is going to carry out the intention for which, above all else, Americans elected him: To get the United States out of endless foreign wars, and rebuild and reindustrialize the nation.

If the big corporate tax cut is all there is to the Trump Administration's economic policy, then the President and the nation are facing an oncoming financial crash, and another so-called "Great Recession" much worse than the last. The huge corporate debt and stock bubble already created with central bank free money for a decade, now surrounded by what analysts are calling the "everything bubble" of other exploding debt categories, cannot stand the smallest coming interest rate increases. Corporate tax cuts will not save it, but only blow it up faster until it explodes. The Wall Street and London megabanks are scrambling out of this debt by securitizing it — packaging and selling it on — knowing it is not payable. U.S. banks' securitization of debt — corporate junk, auto and credit card debt, student debt, etc. — has grown by $1.1 trillion or 25% just during 2017.

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Coup-Plotters Frantic To Sabotage Trump's Asia Trip

Coup-Plotters Frantic To Sabotage Trump's Asia Trip

As President Trump prepares to leave for Asia this week, for crucial meetings with Xi Jinping, Shinzo Abe, Rodrigo Duterte, Moon Jae-in, and perhaps also Vladimir Putin — meetings which could bring the United States directly into sync with the new paradigm for mankind emerging from China's New Silk Road process — the British Empire's flunkies in the U.S. are frantically trying to discredit or even indict the President, to sabotage his intention to form friendly and constructive relations with China and Russia.

Legal assassin Robert Mueller's indictments of Paul Manafort, who was briefly Trump's campaign manager in 2016, and George Papadopoulos, who was likely a British plant in Trump's transition team (with no apparent influence), has been plastered all over the nation's press as if it were the first blow in bringing Trump down. Trump responded with tweets saying that the charges against Manafort have nothing to do with either himself, nor with Russia, adding that "Few people knew the young, low level volunteer named George, who has already proven to be a liar." David Gergen, the CNN commentator, gave it away Monday night by warning Trump that he should not undertake his Asian trip while he is facing such a deadly legal attack. Hogwash.

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EIR Book Review of Rogue Spooks: The Intelligence War on Donald Trump

EIR Book Review of Rogue Spooks: The Intelligence War on Donald Trump

As Hurricane Harvey strikes Texas Friday evening, President Donald Trump moves to pardon his friend and longtime supporter Sheriff Joe Arpaio, undoing the results of an Obama Justice Department grudge against the lawman who had questioned the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate. Also as the media fixated on the hurricane Friday night, Trump White House adviser Sebastian Gorka announced his resignation, taking a veiled shot in his resignation letter at National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and chief of staff John Kelly for pushing his friend Steve Bannon out...

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U.S. Situation Dire: New Silk Road Is the Way Up and Out!

U.S. Situation Dire: New Silk Road Is the Way Up and Out!

This week saw the former intelligence chiefs James Clapper and John Brennan repeat their attacks on the Trump presidency. Clapper, who infamously perjured himself in Senate testimony regarding NSA mass surveillance, declared to CNN that Trump is unfit for the office. Supposedly internal memos from John Brennan, the CIA director who helped cobble together a falsified intelligence assessment (half of which consisted of four year old gripes about Russia Today) based on the fake premise of Russian security services hacking the Democratic National Committee (DNC), were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. Legacy media outlets like Buzzfeed promoted Brennan's complaint that many members of Congress didn't take his and others fabrication of Russian hacking in support of Trump's election seriously -- omitting Brennan's well earned reputation in Washington as a liar who got caught spying on the U.S. Senate's report concerning CIA torture.

In addition to this pompous claptrap from Clapper and Brennan, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) declared Trump would likely face a GOP primary challenger in 2020. The infighting between the White House and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who failed to do budge Obamacare in cynical violation of every GOP platform promise, spilled into the papers. Most disheartening for Trump's America First and conservatarian base, the President committed to remaining in Afghanistan on an indeterminate timetable, after years of condemning the waste of American blood and treasure in that country.

Even though Trump started with the intent to Drain the Swamp, Washington appears to be drowning this Administration. An economic crash looms, perhaps hastened by a manufactured government shut down that the legacy media will inevitably blame on Trump and not the bipartisan do-nothing Congress. -- JWS

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