End the McCarthyite Witch Hunt Against China and President Trump
EIR Magazine will shortly be publishing a 24-page pamphlet with the headline: “End the McCarthyite Witch Hunt Against China and President Trump.” And none too soon.
As Helga Zepp-LaRouche told associates in Europe on Nov. 4: “The overriding dynamic in the world is that the liberal model, the colonial-imperial model pushed by the British Empire is clearly going into its self-destruction; which doesn’t mean it’s not extremely dangerous, but there is no way how the system will survive.”
“And that,” she continued, “is in a complete struggle with the New Paradigm which is emerging, which is clearly dominated by China, by Asia, by countries that want to have a new model of international relations… There are no national solutions, there are no topics which have any kind of chance of success, if they are not somehow integrated into this overall strategic picture.”
The potential of such a far-reaching US-China alliance, as the keystone of a global New Paradigm, is just what the British Empire most fears about President Trump. Trump can really kick over the entire chessboard of the fraudulent impeachment operation against him, by hitting the British Empire on their weak flank: by using his planned meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in the weeks ahead to not only sign the first phase of a trade agreement between the U.S. and China, as is now planned, but to also take concrete additional steps, including:
* Working with China’s Belt and Road Initiative, including major infrastructure projects inside the U.S. This will dramatically upshift U.S. employment in skilled manufacturing, at exactly the moment that manufacturing employment is dropping in such key swing states as Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Ohio—which Trump needs to win in 2020.
* Working with China and Mexico on stopping all fentanyl flows from Mexico into the U.S., along with all other drugs and illegal arms trafficking across the US-Mexico border. This should be couple with US-China cooperation to jointly economically develop the entire Mexico-Central America region.
Trump will find a willing partner in Xi Jinping in building such a relationship. In his keynote address yesterday to the China International Import Expo in Shanghai, Xi delivered his speech standing in front of a countdown screen for winning the country’s battle against poverty, which will be entirely eliminated in China by the end of 2020, a spectacular accomplishment which has already raised some 850 million people out of poverty. In that speech Xi stated:
“Of the problems confronting the world economy, none can be resolved by a single country alone. We must all put the common good of humanity first rather than place one’s own interest above the common interest of all… I have faith in the bright prospects of China’s economic development. China’s development, viewed through the lens of history, is an integral part of the lofty cause of human progress. China will reach out its arms and offer countries in the world more opportunities of market, investment and growth. Together, we can achieve development for all. The Chinese civilization has always valued peace under heaven and harmony among nations. Let us all work in that spirit and contribute to an open global economy and to a community with a shared future for mankind.”
One thing is for sure: if Trump takes up that offer and acts in the fashion we have indicated, the British Empire will go ballistic, starting with their golem George Soros. After all, Soros is the world’s leading drug legalizer; he is financing a large number of the Congressional Democrats who are suicidally marching on with their impeachment lunacy against Trump; and he is a major organizer of the violent destabilization of Hong Kong, along with other color revolutions.
But Soros is just a particularly nasty frontman for a global, British imperial policy. Lyndon LaRouche addressed this issue forcefully in July 2009 remarks to associates in Sonora, Mexico, who were then taking the brunt of Dope, Inc.’s narco-terrorism. LaRouche’s comments then remain equally valid today:
"You’re fighting the British Empire… But the fact is that Mexico can not win this war, as Mexico. The forces are international. They’re the forces of the British Empire, including the British stooges inside the United States, and British stooges around the world… You’re faced with the British Empire. You’re not dealing with some local drug pushers; you’re dealing with Prince Philip, of the royal family of the British Empire of England, through his World Wildlife Fund, which is the enemy of all civilization!…
“First of all, the existing world monetary financial system is doomed! Nothing can save this system in its present form… That’s the way we go at this thing. All effective warfare, combat warfare, is based not on shooting. It’s based on ideas. It’s based on principles and on conceptions. Strategic conceptions. What are our potential allies? Well, our potential allies are China, which is under attack by the British Empire… But being smart, and thinking globally and strategically, each of us can find, in our way, a way of hitching into a global effort to move on, and finally destroy, the common enemy.”