Trump-Kim Meeting Revives 'Singapore Spirit'

July 1, 2019

Trump-Kim Meeting Revives 'Singapore Spirit'

Helga Zepp LaRouche said in her webcast on July 1 that the Trump-Kim meeting in the DMZ "revived the 'Singapore Spirit'", and demonstrated the potential when presidents of leading nations act together. The meeting, following discussions at the sidelines of the G20 summit involving Trump, Putin, Xi, Abe, and Moon, gets back to the idea of policy making on the level of presidents. Trump outflanked the British-oriented neocon warhawks in his own administration to set up the meeting and, from the ridiculously hostile reaction of Democrats, outflanked them as well.

While the G20 summit failed to address the burgeoning economic/financial crisis -- she said it is not really designed to do so -- the latest BIS report on the dangers of debt, especially corporate debt, and the effect defaults on such debt will have on banks, the potential still exists for applying Lyndon LaRouche's Four Laws, to stop the danger of a crash. The positive signs from the Trump-Xi meeting, and the Trump-Putin meeting, point to the importance of taking up LaRouche's Four Power agreement to set up a new financial system.

She called on Americans to take advantage of the July 4 holiday to reflect on the importance of restoring the spirit of the American republic, which was created in opposition to the British Empire.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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