LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat - The British Assassins and the Ibykus Principle
In his introduction to the EIR Special Report, George Bush and the 12333 Serial Murder Ring, Lyndon LaRouche, quoted Shakespeare’s Hamlet: "Murder, though it have no tongue, will speak." So, it would seem with several recent developments. Veteran investigative reporter Seymour Hersh, writing for the London Review of Books reveals that George H.W. Bush was conducting covert assassinations throughout the world in 1983-1985 from the Vice-President’s office. Historian Derek Leebaert has re-examined the 1945-1957 history of the "special relationship" between the United States and Britain following FDR’s death. He finds a constant British goal of seducing Americans, using American idealism, pragmatism, and historical ignorance, into acting in created humanitarian crisis after crisis to fulfill British aims. This at a point when the British were incapable of functioning without U.S. military power and teetered constantly on the edge of bankruptcy. This includes seducing the Americans to fight the Vietnam War. He documents, as opposed to the myth most learn in school, that the British Empire never died, demonstrating Lyndon LaRouche’s emphatic statement that the period after FDR’s death, had only one Empire. It was not American. It was British. And it continues to the present.
That said, how should we look at the U.S. assassinations which began with John F. Kennedy, and felled Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy? Various individuals have renewed their call to reopen investigations of these mass trauma events but propose to investigate them using the creeping and crawling methods condemned by America’s premier intelligence agent, Edgar Allen Poe. These same individuals would, for the most part, be shocked when we propose that looking at the prosecution of Lyndon LaRouche, and the parties involved, and looking at the present coup being directed against President Donald Trump, yields the most important clues to these prior events and the reasons for them. Look at the Empire and its penetration of U.S. institutions and their declared and undeclared strategic goals. That’s where the bodies are buried; that’s where murder speaks. Join us for tonight’s discussion.