Russia, not the United States, is suddenly the land of opportunity for migrant farmers and African refugees

Russia, not the United States, is suddenly the land of opportunity for migrant farmers and African refugees

Perhaps one of the biggest ironies to emerge globally in the so-called 'refugee crisis' is that while both the United States and Europe seek to close their borders with new immigration laws, one nation is actually welcoming in migrant farmers from Africa who truly fall under the label of requiring amnesty.

This group of people desperately needing refuge of course are the long-time white farmers and land owners from South Africa who are being brutalized, tortured, and even killed by the apathy of the communist black run government that recently passed laws allowing for the nationalization and redistribution of lands held by these farmers for hundreds of years.  And while the United Nations and most of the world does nothing in the wake of this illegal genocide, it is the 'vilified' state of Russia who is stepping up to welcome these refugees in to their growing land of opportunity.

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This Is the Moment for Change

This Is the Moment for Change

Two events of the day point the way for how the New Silk Road paradigm is the means to overcome what is currently being whipped up in the Trans-Atlantic as inevitable, insoluble strife: the migrant crisis and trade war.

In the Americas, Bolivian President Evo Morales met in Beijing today with President Xi Jinping, and signed commitments for Belt and Road collaboration between Bolivia and China. Morales said it will mean economic development and peace throughout the continent. Also in China, is a delegation from the Dominican Republic, conferring on economic projects and business in the Caribbean. Generalized across Ibero-America, this activity--along with defeating the narco-criminals--can end the poverty and danger driving millions to flee their homelands. At present, 200 million out of the 650 million-plus people in Ibero-America and the Caribbean live in poverty, which can all be changed.

Secondly, the Japanese government is now working on specifics for first-ever cooperation with China on joint ventures in third countries, under the Belt and Road framework. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this week spoke of how Japan's "infrastructure exports" can be done on a collaborative basis. A task force is at work on selecting priority projects. This is a powerhouse arrangement.

Photo: Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) shakes hands with Bolivian President Juan Evo Morales Ayma during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, June 19, 2018. Xi Jinping held talks with Juan Evo Morales Ayma on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Li Xueren)

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Trump Versus Durbin: Who is the Real Hypocrite Fostering Institutional Racism? Why is this Happening Now?

Trump Versus Durbin: Who is the Real Hypocrite Fostering Institutional Racism? Why is this Happening Now?

Within days, and, at most weeks, the American people will have the evidence from the House Intelligence Committee and others that they have been watching a coup, since the summer of 2016, against candidate and then President Donald Trump conducted by the Clinton campaign, corrupt officials in the Justice Department and the FBI, and Obama’s intelligence chiefs acting at the behest of British intelligence. Hence the frantic race now to falsely paint the President as an irrational madman and a dyed-in-the wool racist. This is the fallback option as Russiagate threatens indictments, not of Trump, but of the co-conspirators who sought to reverse the election and destroy his presidency.

Look carefully at the present furor. The President admits that he used tough words but not the ones cited by the Democrats. He has been focused on the drugs and attendant criminal gangs and terrorists which flow across our borders, a product of the lax law enforcement and drug legalization policies of Barack Obama. Lyndon LaRouche spent a great deal of time writing about both immigration and drugs. He pointed out, years ago, that there is absolutely no solution to the problems of immigration absent full scale economic development both within the United States and in developing nations. There is no solution to rampant drug use without economic development and a war on drugs which includes wiping out the banks financing the drug trade and the Hollywood promotion of a decadent drug culture.

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