War or Peace, the Singular Focus - LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat
This Thursday finds us almost at the G20 meeting in Kyoto, Japan where President Trump will meet with Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping while an anxious world awaits the outcome. The most remarkable fact to emerge from the intellectual midgets who debated last night for the Democratic Nomination is that Tulsi Gabbard’s single minded focus on ending U.S. foreign wars of intervention won Matt Drudge’s poll as to who won the debate. Drudge is widely read by the President’s supporters and the independents in the U.S. electorate.
Lyndon LaRouche’s associates are in an all-out mobilization to introduce a new dynamic for actual sustainable peace into a world made perilous by the machinations of a dying British monetary imperial order. Think about the House of Lords declaration, in their report, “British Foreign Policy In a Shifting World Order” that Donald Trump or listening to those who support him, must not be elected in 2020 and that information warfare and censorship regimes will ensure that result. Think about that when you think about the NSA conducting cyberwarfare, such as potentially sabotaging Russia’s power grid, without ever seeking the President’s approval. Think about the fact that the U.S. Congress, driven mad by the phony British generated operation known as Russiagate, actually authorized this warfare. Think about the fact that the war party, now lusting after new and escalated conflict, have run a continuous coup against Trump –the very same people who indicted and demonized Lyndon LaRouche.
There is a solution. The four powers LaRouche named who could overpower the British imperial monetary system, China, the United States, India, and Russia could collaborate on joint projects on the frontiers of science and discovery, like the crash program to go to Mars which President Trump suggested. The four powers could agree that the takedown of the Bretton Woods system and the triumph of the City of London’s speculative financial economy, looting the world rather than developing it, could be replaced by a system devoting credit solely to productive activities. The four powers could agree that Lyndon LaRouche’s Four Laws for Economic Development are the key to turning this march toward war around. Join us for tonight’s discussion.