The Adversary Is Confused and Vulnerable!
Although it’s mostly out of the public eye, the Constitutional counter-coup in the United States against British Intelligence and its U.S. assets who tried to topple the President, is proceeding relentlessly towards trials of the key perpetrators, which will bring all the facts out in the open. The days of imperial British power over the dumb American giant are numbered—if and only if Americans act, now, while it is uniquely possible, before the adversary gets a chance to regroup.
At the same time, John Bolton’s firing has opened up a big breach in the enemy lines. This is a unique moment to force through American statesman Lyndon LaRouche’s design of an alliance of the U.S., China, Russia and India, for a new world monetary system to foster production and the physical economy instead of speculation.
Not in some vague future time, but here and now.
These are only a few leading aspects. Turn it all over in your mind. This is the moment of unforeseen great possibility—but for how long? Perhaps only days. Blink and it will be gone. Douglas MacArthur told the story of his World War I service, when he was able by an unexpected sudden advance, to approach a huge center of enemy logistics. No enemy troops stood between him and the city. He asked headquarters for permission to proceed—but by the time they got around to answering, enemy troops had moved in and the opportunity was gone forever. Instead, the war dragged on to the mutual destruction of all the European combatants, and then the peace settlement of World War I led inexorably to World War II.
We are winning these engagements now, today. But the open question is whether Americans will use these victories to pursue and destroy the adversary forces as General Grant did, rather than going back to camp to prepare for the next set-piece battle, as all his predecessors did—bringing President Lincoln to despair each time.
True, no one knows all the facts, or how everything will develop and how quickly. That’s always the case in war, as von Clausewitz and every competent commander has always known. The art of war is to seize the unique moment and act on it immediately and decisively despite the uncertainty. Wait for certainty and you have lost the war. It’s as simple as that.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has called the question on the Democratic presidential campaign and its so-called debates, from which she was excluded by a ruse. “The DNC [Democratic National Committee] is trying to basically send a message to the American people that they are the all-powerful gatekeepers, and that they’re the ones who have the power to decide who should be considered to be our Democratic nominee or not.... Really, all it becomes is an opportunity for the hosting media network to get high ratings or make some money off of it. The whole thing is a charade. And it doesn’t serve voters. That’s the biggest problem here.”
It’s not just the Democratic Party and its sham debates. It’s everything. The game is over. It’s all out in the open. The emperor has no clothes. What are we waiting for?