Mobilize for the Election By Aiming For the Future

November 1, 2018
President Donald J. Trump talks with reporters along the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, prior to boarding Marine One to begin his trip to Fort Myers, Fla. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)
President Donald J. Trump talks with reporters along the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, prior to boarding Marine One to begin his trip to Fort Myers, Fla. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

President Trump launches his pre-election blitz today in Florida, the first of eleven rallies he will hold around the country over these last six days before Nov. 6. The most important aspect of that blitz is that he is addressing in all these rallies the crucial importance of the international diplomacy which will be taking place in the days and weeks after the election: meeting Vladimir Putin on Nov. 11 in Paris, and again early next year at the White House; meeting Xi Jinping on Nov. 30, where he believes he can reach a deal on the trade crisis; and meeting Kim Jong-un on a date to be determined, expected before the New Year, to solidify the new peace which is now uniting all of Asia in the spirit of the New Silk Road.

The Nov. 11 meeting with Putin is particularly pregnant in historic significance. It will be on the sidelines of the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice ending World War I. That was a war which should never have happened, a war instigated by the British Empire to, among other things, prevent Germany from creating the overland rail connections to Southwest Asia, from Berlin to Baghdad. The British "Heartland Theory" of Halford Mackinder, one of the founders of the London School of Economics, and of geopolitics, argued that the British Empire's control over the world through sea power required that the nations of Europe, Eastern Europe, Southwest Asia and Asia be prevented from establishing political alliances, which, they argued, would be facilitated by "land-bridge" rail connections. The British succeeded in dragging a reluctant United States into their "lovely little war." It was this useless, deadly imperial war that gave rise to Hitler and fascism, and the necessary war to defeat them.

Today, the British Empire is again demanding a geopolitical war to keep Eurasia divided, and again trying to drag the United States into their filthy scheme. The demonization of Russia and China is aimed at stopping the New Silk Road connections which are creating connectivity among Russia, China, Central and Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, as well as Africa and Ibero- America. London is in full panic mode, terrified that President Trump is rejecting their drive for war — indeed, Trump persists in calling for friendship among the great powers of Russia , China and the US. The British intelligence coup attempt against Trump, through Russiagate, is failing, and the decrepit Democratic Party, which has taken up the British cause by planning to impeach the President if they can take control of the Congress, is facing a possible defeat in the election which they not long ago believed would easily hand them that control.

The Great Powers cooperation among the U.S., Russia, China and India is not only necessary to prevent British instigation of World War III, but also, as Lyndon LaRouche has argued over the past decades, the minimum necessary political force required to put the British Empire's City of London and Wall Street out of business once and for all. These Great Powers, by convening a New Bretton Woods Conference, could establish a new, just world economic order, based on fixed currency valuations, credit policies for international industrialization, and scientific expansion into the frontiers of human knowledge. China, Russia, and India are already solidifying that connection, lacking only the realization of Donald Trump's intention to join in the process, restoring national sovereignty to the U.S. and to all nations. Italy's new government is fully committed, and is therefore under brutal attack from the unelected and unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels. Japan has not only shown its willingness to join, but is taking real leadership by forging joint development policies with Russia, China and India, to the horror of the Western imperial interests.

Americans must grasp the truth of this turning point in history, that the normally rather marginal votes in the midterm elections are far more important this year — far more, in fact, than just the future of the nation. To crush the British coup attempt, to prevent an impeachment attempt, we must all focus on the future, far beyond the election itself, on a new world order based on the common interests of Mankind as a whole.