“The fact of the matter is, that if you want to save the United States, if you want to save our nation and for what it stands, you have to concentrate on the mission of Manhattan, the mission of Manhattan which is defined by Alexander Hamilton. It’s still there today.”
With that opening charge to the November 7 weekly meeting of his Manhattan Project in New York City, American Statesman Lyndon LaRouche proceeded to lay out the battle plan to rescue the United States, and the planet, from the brink of disaster.
Over the last 48 hours, the roster of crimes committed by Barack Obama has continued to pile up, exemplified by the Cheney-esque threats issued by his Defense Secretary Ash Carter, that the U.S. is preparing for war with both Russia and China. Speaking at the conclusion of a week-long tour of Asia which was bristling with provocations, Carter pronounced: “Moscow’s nuclear saber-rattling raises questions about Russian leaders’ commitment to strategic stability … Make no mistake, the United States will defend our interests.”
At the same time, the British Empire has telegraphed its identical intentions, with a censure against Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn by Britain’s top general, Chief of the Defense Staff Gen. Sir Nicholas Houghton, who attacked Corbyn for being “opposed to the use of nuclear weapons.”
Given the threat which Barack Obama and the British Empire represent to the continued existence of humanity, LaRouche said,
And that one nation has a unique role to play in the concert of nations, orchestrating into existence a global Hamiltonian system of development, along the lines of Lyndon and Helga LaRouche’s long-standing program for developing a World Land-Bridge—which emphatically extends into the otherwise doomed United States. As a forthcoming EIR publication on the U.S. role in the World Land-Bridge puts it: “The U.S. Can Stop Killing and Dying, and Start Building Again”—beginning with the Constitutional removal of Barack Obama from the White House.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter spoke at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, November 7, on the way back from his Asia tour which was laden with provocations against both Russia and China. His remarks were a direct threat that the U.S. is preparing for war with Russia, primarily, and secondarily China, because, as AP summarized Carter’s point, “together these trends are testing American preeminence and its stewardship of the world order.”
Carter reserved his “stronger words” for Russia.
He said that terrorist groups such as ISIS certainly pose a threat, “but other challenges are more complicated, and given their size and capabilities, potentially more damaging”—a rather obvious reference to Russia and China. He then warned: