Is it any wonder that Obama and the British are visibly apoplectic over the growing influence across the planet of Lyndon LaRouche’s ideas and policies? Despite the dangerous circus of the U.S. presidential election, half the planet—and more—is now moving out of the British Empire’s orbit, and towards economic policies governed by LaRouche’s Hamiltonian ideas, as expressed succinctly in his 2014 Four Laws. This approach is now spreading rapidly beyond the BRICS nations per se, and could become policy in the United States itself—which is London’s worst nightmare.
Take the case of the Philippines, under President Rodrigo Duterte, who announced today in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People, for the entire world to hear, that “America has lost,” and “I announce my separation from them.” He elaborated that America has lost both militarily and economically, and he told his Chinese hosts: “I’ve realigned myself in your ideological flow and maybe I will also go to Russia to talk to Putin and tell him that there are three of us against the world — China, Philippines and Russia.” Duterte’s words are matched by numerous concrete economic deals between the two countries, which bring the Philippines solidly on board China’s One Belt, One Road policy.
Put these developments together with Obama’s slamming defeat in the JASTA veto override, the forced release of the 28 pages, the “surprise” adoption of Glass-Steagall in both the Republican and Democratic party platforms—all shaped by LaRouche’s leadership role over decades, and all in the face of the glaring bankruptcy of the entire trans-Atlantic financial system—and you can see why Obama has gone off the rails. His administration has drastically escalated its confrontation with Russia, as reflected in Vice President Biden’s recent overt threat to launch cyber warfare against Russia, as well as the insanity in Syria. And Obama is now using the orchestrated Korean crisis to not only deploy the THAAD anti-missile system in South Korea, but also threaten North Korea with nuclear annihilation, while preparing to permanently base B-1B and nuclear-capable B-52 bombers, F-22 stealth fighters and nuclear-powered submarines in South Korea. This has only one purpose: to tighten the nuclear ring around China and the Russian Far East.
It is under conditions of crisis, such as these, that LaRouche’s ideas and principles can grip the nation and the world.
Earlier this week, an article appearing in the Chicago Tribune, which noted the passing of pollster Mike McKeon, praised him as someone “who told it like it is,” and who showed “prescience when it came to spotting political trends.” The main example the article cited was McKeon’s famous 1986 identification of Lyndon LaRouche’s decisive political influence in Illinois before the 1986 victories there, “well before many others in the political establishment.” The article noted that his comment about the LaRouche movement at the time was: “These people are for real.”