Old Paradigm Dying in the Trans-Atlantic Region — British are Panicking

President Donald J. Trump addresses the nation after the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School | February 15, 2018 (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)



Over the past week, President Trump has trashed the efforts by the British and their assets in the discredited Obama intelligence apparatus to invent a justification for war with Russia and China. The Western media unleashed a tirade of denunciations of China, and especially of President Xi Jinping, following the announcement that term limits were being dropped from China’s Constitution, calling Xi a ruthless dictator, a new Emperor for life, and a danger to the world. Trump responded at a private dinner with Republicans: “He’s now president for life. President for life. No, he’s great. And look, he was able to do that. I think it’s great. Maybe we’ll have to give that a shot some day.” The pathetic media whores went ballistic.

Legal Assassin Robert Mueller’s coup attempt against Trump on behalf of British intelligence, aimed at stopping Trump’s cooperation with President Putin, is floundering. One of Mueller’s targets today said he was ignoring Mueller’s subpoena, calling it a “witchhunt,” adding: “Let him arrest me.” Two Republican Congressmen have called for a special prosecutor to investigate the crimes of the FBI in using the scurrilous report by British intelligence agent Christopher Steele to justify spying on the Trump campaign. Trump, himself, tweeted today that the witchhunt was on Obama’s shoulders: “Why did the Obama Administration start an investigation into the Trump Campaign (with zero proof of wrongdoing) long before the Election in November? Unprecedented. Bigger than Watergate.”

At the same time, Trump is demonstrating that he is fighting the neocons in the Republican Party as intently as those in the Democratic Party. Speaking at a Republican fundraiser in Florida, Trump called the Iraq invasion “the single worst decision ever made,” equivalent to “throwing a big fat brick into a hornet’s nest. Here we are, like the dummies of the world, because we had bad politicians running our country for a long time. That was Bush. Another real genius. That was Bush.”

The British are panicked. The New Yorker magazine this week published an expansive cover-up of MI6 official Steele’s role, titled “How the ex-spy tried to warn the world about Trump’s ties to Russia.” The interview with Steele tries to cover up the role of the British in the treasonous effort to bring down the government of the United States and provoke a war with Russia.

The panic is also driven by the shock effect of President Putin’s announcement on March 1 of new Russian military capacities which render the US/NATO ring of missile defense systems around Russia impotent and useless, which Helga Zepp-LaRouche characterized as a new “Sputnik” wake-up call to the world. The systemic take-over of U.S. economic policy by Wall Street speculators since the assassination of President Jack Kennedy allowed the drugged-up boys in the City of London and Wall Street to wallow in their fake money, but it is now clear that the destruction of the Western productive and scientific capacities, in favor of funny money, has its down side in the destruction of any real wealth. Putin makes the same point by insisting that the Russian military breakthrough was the result of a complex that “includes science, education, personnel, and modern manufacturing facilities,” precisely what the U.S. has abandoned in favor of quick profits through gambling. Putin adds: “It gives us great hope that all of that can be used and applied in civilian industries.”

Far from being a threat to the West, Putin has called for the West to finally reverse their unipolar fantasies, and to sit down with Russia and others and work out the means for global peace and cooperation.

Trump is also working with South Korean President Moon Jae-in to create the conditions for resolving the North Korea crisis. A South Korean delegation to the North met today with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un, to “deliver President Moon’s intent to maintain the flow of inter-Korean dialogue and improving relations to obtain permanent peace and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula…, as well as dialogue between the North and the US and the international community,” as the head of the South Korean delegation told the press. Trump this past weekend said that there would definitely be talks between Washington and Pyongyang. The British and the neoconservatives are horrified, since the Korea crisis is their primary (artificial) justification for their military ring around China.

The old paradigm is crumbling. Italy’s national election on Sunday threw out both branches of the established political institutions, just as the German elections five months ago left the traditional parties in disarray. After five months of squabbling, the has-been German parties (SPD-CDU-CSU) finally put together a government on Sunday, which is as stable as a two-legged chair. As in the U.S., the only path to growth and stability in Europe is to acknowledge the death of the old paradigm, and adopt the policies formulated long ago by Lyndon LaRouche — Glass Steagall banking reform; establishment of Hamiltonian national banking institutions; massive sovereign credit generation for science drivers and infrastructure; and full cooperation with China and Russia in the New Silk Road. This is the moment of truth.

President Trump, Investigate British Subversion of the USA


South Korea Delegation Meets with Kim Jong-un

A South Korean delegation met Monday evening with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — the first meeting with leaders from the South since Kim Jong-un took power in 2011.

Before the meeting with Kim, the head of the Seoul delegation, National Security Council chief Chung Eui-yong, told the press:”I will clearly deliver President Moon’s intent to maintain the flow of inter-Korean dialogue and improving relations to obtain permanent peace and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. To this end, [we] plan to discuss ways to continue inter-Korean talks, as well as dialogue between the North and the US, and the international society.”

Following the meeting, the North Korean News Agency KCNA reported:”North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has told a visiting delegation from South Korea that it is his ‘firm will to vigorously advance’ inter-Korean ties and ‘write a new history of national reunification.'”

Prior to the delegation’s departure, South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha told a conference of journalists that Seoul hopes to further explore the possibilities of US-North Korea dialogue. He said that without progress in North Korea’s denuclearization, inter-Korean dialogue cannot take place.

“We are well aware that inter-Korean dialogue and improvements in South-North Korean relations cannot proceed in the absence of progress in the efforts to peacefully resolve the North Korean nuclear issue,”she said, adding that such progress requires “direct talks” between the US and North Korea.”Inter-Korean dialogue and US-North Korea dialogue must advance in a mutually reinforcing manner,”the minister said.

President Trump, asked about the Korea situation over the weekend, said that there would be talks between the US and North Korea, and that he would be willing to meet Kim Jong-un. Despite his tough talk over these past months regarding “rocket man” Kim Jong-un, it should be recalled that he said during the campaign that he would like to sit down over a hamburger with Kim.

Italy Dumps the Establishment

As Germany seems to get out of Italian conditions (with the SPD membership approving the GrosseKoalition), Italy seems to slide into German conditions — no party or coalition appears to be possible, while the establishment parties took a beating.

The Five Stars movement achieved a result beyond expectations, with 32.9 percent in the Chamber of Deputies and 31.97 percent in the Senate with about 90% of the vote counted. The Democratic Party is still the second largest party but collapsed to a historical low of 18.94 percent in the House and 19.29 percent in the Senate. The third largest party is the Lega, with 17.77 and 17.94 the largest growth among all parties. Berlusconi’s Forza Italia is coming fourth with 13.92 and 14.40. This is a bitter defeat for the Cavaliere (Berlusconi).

In terms of coalitions, the center-right (FI and Lega) is coming first with 37 and 37.46 percent. The M5S ran alone but nevertheless is coming second, with the center-left coming third with 23.16 and 23.22. The center-right won in northern and central Italy; the M5S won big in southern Italy.

The big losers: Matteo Renzi and Silvio Berlusconi. The winners: Luigi di Maio (M5S) and Matteo Salvini (Lega). The systemic parties lost and the anti-system parties won, in the establishment jargon. Inside and outside of Italy, this is also perceived as a victory of the populists or euroskeptics, although such a definition does not really fit for the M5S, at least not exactly.

Expect the usual suspects to claim that Putin has manipulated another vote.

The M5S now claims a government mandate, as, per tradition, this is given to the party that won the elections. But the Constitution gives the State President some leverage. He will give a mandate to the candidate who, in his view, after consulting all parties, has the best chance. Since no party or electoral coalition has reached the 40% threshold that gives a majority bonus, the following scenarios are theoretically possible:

-A M5S-Lega government
-A M5S-PD government
-A center-right/M5S government
-Early elections

The third one is the least probable. Brussels and Frankfurt are pressing for the second option, which would guarantee a pro-EU government. The M5S is reportedly split between the pro-EU Casaleggio faction and others who want an alliance with the Lega. However, for the latter to be born, several apparently irreconcilable positions must be overcome. In fact, although they agree on bank separation, the Lega is for hard investments (infrastructure) whereas the M5S is Malthusian and has campaigned against all large projects, including the Turin-Lyon and the Messina Bridge.

Things will grow more clear on March 23, when Parliament gathers and the chairmen of the two branches will be elected. This will show what the alliances are.

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