The Time for a Summit Is Now, Before The Trigger Is Pulled to Set Off a World War
Former NSA technical director and renowned whistleblower William Binney came out swinging in comments to an enthusiastic internet meeting of the LaRouche PAC-endorsed Daniel Burke for Senate campaign last night. Binney reasserted for the gathering his proof that the entire premise of the British intelligence Russiagate operation to topple the Trump Presidency—that the Russians had supposedly hacked the DNC computer—did not happen, and technically could not have happened. He told his audience about the “sworn affidavits that I submitted in the Roger Stone and Flynn cases” which proved that point; but “the judges would not let my testimony in. Obviously they did not care about truth in their courts.”
The Binney testimony in this matter has become the political equivalent of flashing bright neon lights on the strategic landscape—for two reasons. First, because Roger Stone just had his preposterous sentence commuted by President Donald Trump, and the newly-ungagged Stone told the nearly 5 million viewers of Sean Hannity’s TV show in a July 13 interview with him, that Bill Binney had proof that the Russian hacking never occurred, but that the judge wouldn’t let him testify. This is not a story that the culpable Christopher Steele and other British intelligence operatives, including Mike Pompeo, are going to be able to keep sweeping under the rug, so long as Stone, Binney and others keep at it.
Secondly, because the stakes of President Donald Trump possibly breaking free of the Russiagate (and Chinagate) manacles, which are premised on this Big Lie, are greater now than they have ever been. A meeting of the Permanent Five members of the UN Security Council is looking more and more likely for September. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who initiated the call for the P5 meeting last January, has put on the agenda a discussion of the series of existential crises facing humanity: The coronavirus pandemic; the global economic collapse; and the urgent need for a new international security architecture to forestall the danger of a new world war.
President Trump has everything to gain by taking the high road and participating in such a summit as an international statesman in the tradition of FDR—and then turn to address the pandemic and economic crises, and his other domestic woes, from that moral high ground. The British Empire is well aware that this is a very real possibility—driven both by the depth of the crisis facing humanity, and by Trump’s own proclivity to unpredictable behavior when his back is up against the wall. It is a prospect that has the British Empire more nervous than they would like to let on.
And yet the sobering reality is that the current trajectory of the planet is not that, at all. As Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche warned in her weekly international webcast, both the economic and the pandemic crises are escalating, and are out of control. On top of that, Zepp-LaRouche added, Chinese “Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the relationship between the United States and China is horrible. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the relationship between the United States and Russia is almost at rock bottom.... The chessboard is set. And that’s why people who really know the strategic situation and see how all the disarmament treaties and other treaties were dismantled in the recent period, recognize that we are in a period of utmost strategic instability, which can be compared to the situation before World War I. The only thing that is lacking is the shot at Sarajevo, which could happen at any time, in the form of an accident or some other provocation of some sort. So the need to go into a new paradigm is super-urgent.”
She continued: “We’re sitting on a strategic powder keg, and only if you elevate the discussion to the level of Presidents and the leaders of state, can you actually have the undisturbed atmosphere which normally is being poisoned by the permanent bureaucracies, which have all kinds of moles, which always try to work to prevent such progress from happening.”
For all of these reasons, Zepp-LaRouche concluded, “This may be the very last chance of humanity to avoid a catastrophe.”