Sen. Rand Paul, OAN, Antiwar.com and The Intercept Concur with LaRouche Movement that All RussiaGate Roads Lead Back to London

Sen. Rand Paul, OAN, Antiwar.com and The Intercept Concur with LaRouche Movement that All RussiaGate Roads Lead Back to London

LaRouchePAC’s reporting republished by RogueMoney, that all roads in the deep state RussiaGate coup attempt lead back to London, is now being stated on One America News (OAN), Antiwar.com, Glenn Greenwald’s The Intercept expose of Stefan Halper’s sordid CIA dirty tricks history, and most importantly, by United States Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). Even as the British made nerve agent poisoning victim Yulia Skripal announce in a Stockholm Syndrome-like statement to Reuters without any reporters present to ask questions that she had no interest in assistance from her government’s consulate in London, the UK deep state’s blatant meddling in the 2016 election stood exposed this week. After President Trump’s tweeted demand that the Justice Department immediately open an investigation into the Obama Administration FBI/CIA use of informants to spy on his campaign, the legacy media went into overdrive spin mode, insisting Trump has no evidence to support his ‘Spygate’ allegations. The so-called Gang of Eight from the U.S. House and Senate were to meet Thursday afternoon May 24 to discuss how and why Cambridge University Magdalene College professor Stefan Halper was used by Anglo-American intelligence agencies to infiltrate the Trump campaign.

Curiously, one of the stories that sought to deflect from the widening scandal surrounding Halper being outed as a provocateur seeking to implicate Trump campaign volunteers George Papadopolous and Carter Page in knowledge of ‘Russian hacked’ emails they did not have, came from the BBC. In a contradiction to the claims that Trump is a Russian stooge, the government tele-tax funded MI6 mouthpiece claimed that the President’s lawyer Michael Cohen received hundreds of thousands in payments as a bribe to set up a White House meeting for the U.S./EU backed Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. This meeting was followed by the Trump Administration’s ill-advised decision to send Javelin anti-tank missiles to the Ukrainian Army, which claims it will not use them for the summer offensive it’s starting against the pro-Russian breakaway republics in the Donbass. The BBC story insinuates without evidence there was a quid pro quo in Kiev dropping its investigation of former Trump campaign chairman and deposed by coup President Viktor Yanukovych adviser Paul Manafort, in return for the Ukrainians receiving the presidential photo op and advanced missiles. Any mention of the so-called ledger of handwritten payments to Paul Manafort which has been denied by his lawyers and is likely a Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) forgery is omitted from the BBC story, which relies on lots of anonymous sources in Poroshenko’s administration. As has been reported by SBU defectors to the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, the Ukrainian agency’s headquarters at 32–35, Volodymyrska street flies the American flag out front and hosts CIA curators on its most secure sixth floor. — JWS

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China Tells West: Don't Be Envious of Belt and Road; Join In!

China Tells West: Don't Be Envious of Belt and Road; Join In!

An article in China's Global Times usefully reiterates this week what has been Chinese President Xi Jinping's consistent message to the West: Join us in the Belt and Road Initiative, and all parties will win.

The Global Times piece dismisses the endless slanders against China for its role in helping Africa develop through the Belt and Road Initiative, as "fueled by envy." And it suggests instead that "perhaps it is now time that the Western countries upped their games," and join in the development of Africa—and implicitly of the whole world. [This article was discussed on the Wake and Rogue Money Radio morning show 02/22/2018 -- JWS] 

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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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