Good Prospects Lie Ahead; Blast Apart What's In the Way!
There are security and economic developments right now which pose dramatically good prospects for the world, while at the same time, anti-humanity operations persist, whether due to evil intent or craven ignorance. It's time to blast apart whatever is in the way.
There continues to be progress with North Korea. Today and tomorrow, top South Korean envoys are visiting China, Japan, and Russia, with firsthand briefings from their meeting in Pyongyang 10 days ago, and from their meeting with President Donald Trump on March 8, when he announced his agreement to meet with North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un. Yesterday in Beijing, President Xi Jinping met with Chung Eui-yong, South Korea's National Security Office Director. Xi expressed thanks for the work of South Korea and the international community, and for their future efforts. Tomorrow, Chung will be in Moscow for briefings; and in Tokyo, South Korea's National Intelligence Director will brief Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said yesterday, "We now have a very precious chance to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, establish a permanent peace regime, and build a path of joint prosperity for South and North Korea. Should we succeed, there will be dramatic changes in world history, and the Republic of Korea will have played the leading role."
The economic context for this initiative for peace in East Asia and worldwide, was laid out over the weekend in Beijing, at the Two Sessions conclave (People's Congress, and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference,) by Commerce Minister Zhong Shan, in his Work Report and press conference. He spoke of the enormous impact of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), to which 140 countries have responded, and especially, of prospects for Africa. Among specific points presented by Zhong, was that the BRI is fostering a new, world infrastructure platform. This will be enhanced by the first-ever China International Import Exposition in Shanghai, in November. Zhang also spoke of how new innovation centers will be established under the BRI, like "shining pearls" on the Silk Road string of pearls.
In Africa, the BRI will seek alignment with the African Union and regional multi-national programs, contributing to Africa's capacity for self-fueling growth. In the meantime, there will be coordination among national government ministries, plus private and public third-party sources for resources to create jobs and reduce poverty. Specific Chinese projects include, "Happy Home," the "Anti-Poverty Projects," and the "Health Recovery Projects."
This all comes at a time when President Vladimir Putin has called for discussions for a new security architecture. The new strategic weaponry he announced March 1 represents leaps in science and technology for development, as well as kill-power that makes geopolitical "limited war" impossible.
It's a new era. Who could oppose security talks, economic collaboration and peace? Only the most depraved, sub-human being. An example are those 68 Obama Administration has-beens who formed their "National Security Action" group last month, to push for ousting Trump, bashing China and Russia, and perpetuating warfare and destruction in the name of democracy.
"Ridicule," is what they deserve, recommended Helga Zepp LaRouche today, who also called for blasting all the Democrats who commit warmongering, untruthfulness, and plain incompetence. "We are at a remarkable turning point," Zepp LaRouche said, "and these people are either not reacting, or trying to cover it up." Same goes for their counterpart, neo-con Republicans. LaRouchePAC Policy Committee member Diane Sare put it, "They made the Kool-Aid; then they drank it themselves."
It's long past due for Mueller's operation to stop, and for Trump to be released to do the job the President was elected to do. There is no security without economic agreement, and we can have this with the LaRouche Four Laws, and the Trans-Atlantic finally joining the New Silk Road.