Storm Over Asia: 15 Years Later
It has now been 15 years since Lyndon LaRouche warned against exactly the type of perpetual war situation that continues to play out today, in the 1999 TV broadcast "Storm over Asia."
In 1999, Lyndon LaRouche warned in a national television broadcast “Storm Over Asia” that the western-backed jihadist mercenary forces unleashed in the 1970s, were created as part of a global strategy to undermine the major powers of China, India and Russia. These mercenary wars, if not stopped, LaRouche warned, would leave these major powers no other option but to defend themselves against these mercenaries and their sponsors, potentially leading to a World War III scenario.
Today, this is exactly what has unfolded, as documented during the October 10, 2014 LPAC webcast "Storm Over Asia: 15 Years Later." However, instead of shutting down these barbaric mercenary forces, the Obama Administration is allied with them, as in the case of Turkey and Saudi Arabia — as confirmed by none other than Joe Biden, during his recent remarks at Harvard, when he plainly admitted that our “allies in the region" are our biggest problem, including the Turks and Saudi Arabia.
"Our allies in the region were our largest problem in Syria. The Turks... the Saudis, the Emirates, etc.
— Vice President Joe Biden
Oct. 2, 2014
The definition of treason is aiding and abetting the enemies of one's nation. Is continuing to work in alliance with the very forces which funded and coordinated the attacks on 9/11 and continue to support ISIS today, such as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, therefore, not treason? An aggressive campaign is currently underway, led by LaRouchePAC in conjunction with the families of the 9/11 victims as well as Sen. Bob Graham, Rep. Walter Jones and others to declassify the censored 28-pages of the Congressional Joint Inquiry Report into 9/11, which would put the nefarious role of Saudi Arabia in those attacks on naked display for all the world to see. This was the subject of a very significant emergency town hall meeting hosted by the LaRouche movement in New York City on October 11, 2014. As former "Senator Bob Graham asserted in an interview this weekend:
Had the role of Saudi Arabia in 9/11 been disclosed by the release of the 28 pages... it would have made it much more difficult for Saudi Arabia to have continued that pattern of behavior, and I think [we] would have had a good chance of reining in activity that today Canada, the United States and other countries either are or are considering going to war with.
Fmr. Senator Bob Graham, Oct. 9, 2014
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Ask yourself this question: How was LaRouche able to warn in 1999, that in the following decades, Turkey, for example, as a NATO asset, would be used as cover for these destabilizing mercenary wars? In what way has NATO’s eastward deployment and the spread of these western created mercenary forces worked in concert to undermine, for example, Russia?
Jihadist wars on Russia’s border, 1970-2014
If the United States and the world are to prove Lyndon LaRouche wrong, and avoid the general warfare we are careening towards today, Obama must be forced to leave the Presidency immediately and the United States radically change its policy, allying with Russia, China and India to defeat this decades-old horror which is about to set the entire planet on fire.
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Bob Graham on CBC: Saudis Support Terror
In a major Oct. 9 interview with CBC's "Day 6" program, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham laid the responsibility for the present conflict in Iraq and Syria directly at the doorstep of the Saudis, and said this could have been avoided had the 28 pages from the Congressional Joint Inquiry been released earlier.
When he was asked about the fact that we are heading into another major confrontation in the Middle East without a complete picture, Graham pointed out that Saudi Arabia has a long history of supporting the Wahhabi sect of Islam, and has contributed to the development of this extreme form of Islam which is now being expressed in Syria and Iraq. The war in Syria and Iraq is a result of this Saudi policy, he said, adding that the U.S. has suffered directly from this with the 9/11 attacks, and the people of Iraq and Syria are suffering today.
Graham stated in an interview with Brent Bambury, host of Day 6 on CBC Radio:
"The connection is a direct one. Not only has Saudi Arabia been promoting this extreme form of religion, but it also has been the principal financier, first of Al Qaeda, then of the various Al Qaeda franchises around the world—specifically the ones in Somalia and Yemen— and now the support of ISIS," said Graham. "I believe that had the role of Saudi Arabia in 9/11 been disclosed by the release of the 28 pages, and by the declassification of other information as to the Saudi role and support of the 9/11 hijackers, that it would have made it much more difficult for Saudi Arabia to have continued that pattern of behavior, and I think [we] would have had a good chance of reining in the activity that today Canada, the United States and other countries either are or are considering going to war with.”
When host Brent Bambury asked Graham why would the Saudis have asked for the disclosure of this information, Graham called their request a "farce." As to Biden's comments last week about Saudi Arabia, Graham called Biden "one of the most prescient people about the Middle East," and noted that Hillary Clinton, when she was Secretary of State, had made similar comments about the Saudis.
Asked about the vote in the Canadian parliament this week to join the campaign against ISIS, Graham answered:
"ISIS is a reality. It's brutal and it has the potential of reaching into North America through the apparently substantial number of Canadian and U.S. persons who are now fighting with ISIS. I think had the 28 pages been released 10 years ago, and had dampened the ability and commitment of Saudi Arabia to export its extreme form of Wahhabism, and exposed the Saudis' funding of these extreme organizations, it may have avoided the necessity of having a debate in the Canadian parliament as to whether to go to war."