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LaRouche Denounces British Propagandists as Liars

April 11, 2017

American Statesman Lyndon LaRouche condemned the British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson and others pushing the for regime change in Syria as liars today, when briefed on the London Guardian's warning that,

“According to one G7 source, Tillerson plans to offer the Putin regime a bald choice, between cutting Bashar al-Assad loose and being rewarded with a thaw in relations with the west; or continuing to back him, and risking a Libyan-style outcome. The Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, was violently deposed and killed in 2011 by rebels lent air support by Nato powers, including the UK.

“Whitehall sources say Britain has been instrumental in helping to persuade the US to support the idea that Assad – and his family – must be removed from power before progress can be made. Johnson is pushing for the strongest possible conclusion, including the threat of targeted sanctions against Syrian and Russian military commanders – a proposal he judges more likely to win support than wider economic penalties against Moscow.”

To which Mr. LaRouche replied, "Don't respond to these allegations, denounce them, it's a program of lying, to destroy civilization as such. The British Empire has been the enemy of mankind for a long time — shut down the British System.

"Policies like these must be cancelled, and people who perform them must be punished. Do that, and we win. Anything else, we lose. Shut them down, the Brits in particular. No British institution has the right to meddle in American affairs. Obama is an example of this evil."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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