The Dirty Hoax Against Trump And The Dirty Hoax Against Lyndon LaRouche Have The Same Author

June 11, 2020
President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks Friday, June 5, 2020, at Puritan Medical Products in Guilford, Maine. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)
President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks Friday, June 5, 2020, at Puritan Medical Products in Guilford, Maine. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

Every American, and most citizens of the world, now know, whether they admit it or not, that the entire “Russian collusion with Trump” narrative, and the “Russia hacked the Democratic Party website” narrative were fabricated out of thin air, with one purpose—to frame up and depose the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. Trump had declared war on the globalists who control and run Anglo-American intelligence agencies. He acted on that by vowing to end their regime change wars, seeking better nation state to nation state relationships with Russia and China, rejecting the climate hoax, and moving to reindustrialize the United States, reconstituting it again as a scientific and technological powerhouse.

In 1986, precisely the same institutions ran the final stages of their campaign to destroy Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., the author of President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative, the detective who traced the origin of the international drug trade directly to Wall Street banks and the City of London and their hot money off balance sheet financial flows, the maverick genius presenting the ideas by which the world could move into a century of development and creativity, even greater than the giant leap of population and human productivity found in the Renaissance. One of the key defamations employed against LaRouche in the 1986 campaign was that his organization had some role in the assassination of Olaf Palme on the streets of Stockholm on February 18, 1986. That lie has finally been put totally to rest in a statement by Swedish prosecutor Krister Petersson on June 10th, 34 years later, stating that no one associated with LaRouche had anything to do with the Palme murder.

The effort against LaRouche originated with a demand from the British oligarchy to the FBI in 1982, to go after LaRouche legally “or otherwise.” There followed a systemic campaign to frame LaRouche up by defaming him across all national and international news media as an authoritarian personality, a dangerous lunatic, a racist, and anti-Semite. This campaign of vicious lies was run by Bush family circles in the CIA and led by their notorious operative, John Train. As Train himself said, the inflammatory defamation campaign had one purpose: to set LaRouche up as a pariah and facilitate the criminal prosecution which followed. Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark in a letter to Attorney General Janet Reno noted that he believed that the LaRouche prosecution "involves a broader range of deliberate and systematic misconduct and abuse of power over a longer period of time in an effort to destroy a political movement and leader, than any other federal prosecution in my time or to my knowledge."

In March of 1986, the month following the Palme assassination, two LaRouche associates, Mark Fairchild and Janice Hart, upset the entire political calculus of the nation by winning the Illinois Democratic primary for the offices of Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State.

LaRouche and Trump shared the same unscrupulous and fanatical prosecutor, Robert Mueller. In the Boston prosecution of Lyndon LaRouche, Mueller facilitated a CBS News broadcast directed at the Boston jury pool, the day before jury selection was to start, focused on the big lie that LaRouche was somehow involved in Palme’s murder. When jury selection was delayed, that same CBS news piece was run again, the day before the rescheduled jury selection was to begin. As a result of the Palme fabrication, the Swedish members of the LaRouche political movement were targeted for an endless reign of legal terror for years after the assassination.

Previously, in several 1992 media appearances in Sweden, an ex-officer of the State Security Service (Stasi) of the former East German communist state, Herbert Brehmer, had admitted that the Stasi launched a major disinformation effort to blame the European Labor Party (ELP) and Lyndon LaRouche for the Palme murder. Brehmer’s detailed confessions were made in a front-page article published in the weekly magazine of the Swedish Journalists' Association, Journalisten, dated Aug. 20-26, 1992, and in two subsequent half-hour national radio broadcasts on Aug. 29 and Sept. 1.

Thousands of leading citizens from around the world—politicians, scientists, classical musicians, trade unionists, civil rights leaders, diplomats—have campaigned for the exoneration of LaRouche, a campaign which should be given new impetus now.