President Donald Trump will be meeting with Xi Jinping on Thursday and Friday, April 6-7, in Florida, and it has now been announced that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will go to Moscow next week, on April 11-12. The potential for a historic shift in the order of civilization — ending imperial geopolitics, beginning a new paradigm of peace through development and the ennoblement of all mankind — has never been as great as it is at this moment in history.
It should come as no surprise, therefore, that the British Empire has launched desperate measures aimed at dragging the United States into a new colonial war, as they did in the cases of Vietnam, Iraq, Libya — and now Syria. The intention is not merely to destroy yet another Southwest Asian nation, but to prevent their upstart former colony known as the United States from forming a partnership with Russia and China, ending the fundamental imperial division of the world between East and West, and thus ending the fundamental premise of Empire.
To that end, an atrocity was created in Syria this week, as chemical weapons were released in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib Province, either by terrorists, or, as the Russian evidence indicates, a legitimate Syrian air attack on an al-Qaeda weapons depot which accidentally uncovered and destroyed a chemical weapon factory used by al Qaeda’s Syrian branches, releasing a deadly agent which is reported to have killed dozens of people, including children.
Immediately, the British, French and, unfortunately, the U.S., issued a resolution to the UN Security Council declaring the Syrian Government fully responsible and demanding a set of new demands and sanctions. As usual, no evidence was presented.
Were the British to succeed in dragging President Trump into a war today, despite Trump’s repeated pledges that there would be no more regime change wars and that the U.S. would work with Russia to address the actual threat—that of terrorism—there is no question but that it would quickly lead to World War III, and a thermonuclear war at that.
Mr. and Mrs. LaRouche have made the point that the British have not gotten over the American Revolution. They attacked the United States again in the War of 1812, and aided the Confederacy in an attempt to break apart the nation during the so-called “Civil War.” The British Imperial interests have also been behind the assassinations of more than one U.S. President, and they have already been identified in the recent intelligence warfare against newly-inaugurated President Trump.
The meeting between Presidents Xi and Trump in Florida this weekend could bring the world a giant step closer to eliminating the British Empire for once and for all, if these two great nations embark on a path of win-win collaboration in the Belt and Road initiative.
At the same time, in France, LaRouche-collaborator Jacques Cheminade is leading an intervention in the French Presidential elections. At the recent televised national debate, Cheminade paved the way for France to reignite the the true France of Colbert and deGaulle, and to join the New Silk Road paradigm that is now emerging globally. The same one which is front and center at the Trump-Xi Summit this week.
We are at a crucial turning point in history. It is precisely the willingness to act, from every cognizant human being, which, in this moment of decision, will determine if we have war or peace, destruction or development, civilization or a new Dark Age.
It is a time for true optimism, and the corresponding actions, regarding the future of mankind!