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Italian Brexit: Joining the New Paradigm Belt and Road Beats Brussels
Zepp-LaRouche in Milan: “What Italy Is Doing, Right Now, is of the Greatest Historic Importance”
Addressing a March 13 Milan conference on “Italy and the New Silk Road,” Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche put on the table a strategic perspective for the rapid unification of a now-disintegrating Europe around its participation in the development of the Eurasian continent and the great Belt and Road Initiative, a move which she proposed could provide the critical factor in shifting the world away from the looming danger of thermonuclear extinction.
The potential for this shift “is growing more rapidly than you would think,” she told the seminar. “My prognosis is that the perspective of unifying Europe, not necessarily under the EU bureaucracy, but in the conception of de Gaulle, more like a ‘Europe of the Fatherlands’ uniting with China, with Russia, with the Belt and Road Initiative, the Eurasian Economic Union, and European countries, to cooperate fully in this new paradigm is absolutely there.”
"That is also the only way Europe can impact the strategic situation,” Zepp-LaRouche added. She elaborated:
"Because if you had a united Europe of the Fatherlands cooperating with the Belt and Road Initiative, including Germany and France, that would be the best way to get the United States to also give up their opposition—which I said, is not President Donald Trump himself, but these other [neoconservative] forces—and get the United States to join the new paradigm. And I think this is the only hope we have to avoid a catastrophe where we would end in World War III with nuclear weapons, meaning the extinction of civilization.
"So in that sense, what Italy is doing right now, is of the greatest historical importance; because Italy, with what you are doing, with the Memorandum of Understanding [on the Belt and Road], but also with the joint ventures with China in Africa, can become the role model for all the other European countries."
The British Empire and its neoconservative minions will be driven wild both by what Zepp-LaRouche is proposing, and when and where she proposed it. She is, after all, a German political leader, as well as the head of the International Schiller Institute.
This initiative comes as Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom has just demonstrated before the entire world, with the Prime Minister's failed Brexit votes in Parliament, that it is dysfunctional and disintegrating.
As they scramble at home, Helga Zepp-LaRouche—whose recently deceased husband, Lyndon LaRouche, is still hated and feared by the British Monarchy for his legacy as the Empire's leading opponent of the last half-century—then appears in Italy, addressing a conference co-sponsored by the LaRouche-associated organization in Italy, MoviSol, and the state legislature of the Lombardy Region. Furthermore, the first speaker to address the conference was the Italian Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economic Development and co-chair of the government's Task Force China, Michele Geraci, on whom London's press empire had just focused their invective as the alleged architect of Italy joining the Belt and Road.
And this occurs, one week before Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Italy on March 22–24, where he is expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Italy's participation in the Belt and Road Initiative.
London and the wild-eyed neoconservatives in Washington have threatened the Italian government with ruin and blackballing from “their club,” should it proceed on that MOU, yet Italy is, thus far, sticking to its guns—a stance which will embolden the rest of Europe, too.
The southern and eastern nations of Europe are holding firm in looking to the New Paradigm emerging in Asia as their great hope, with the Greeks pointing out that the European Union and Western financial institutions ranting against European ties with China offer no investment themselves, and with Portugal inviting a member of the Advisory Committee for China's State Council on Poverty Alleviation to give four conferences in three days on how China is eliminating poverty.
Now the Belt and Road is knocking on the doors of France and Germany.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche in Milan: “Italy on the New Silk Road”
On March 13, 2019, Schiller Institute Founding President Helga Zepp-LaRouche spoke in Milan at an event cosponsored by MoviSol (the LaRouche-associated organization in Italy) and the Lombardy regional government.