August: Create an Impact to Prevent Thermonuclear War
At the end of a meeting with associates on Saturday, Lyndon LaRouche stated:
"This is the month of August; and within the month of August, we have to create an impact which will prevent thermonuclear war."
There may be widespread denial in the U.S. population over the imminent danger of nuclear war, but the top leadership of Russia and China suffer no such affliction. For example, Russia's ambassador to Mexico, Eduard Malayan, published an op-ed in the El Sol national chain of newspapers in which he gave a de facto warning about the Guns of August. When you look around you do not see summer's relaxation, he wrote, and he urged readers to recall that surprises "often abound in August." Similarly, the Chairman of the Russian Duma, Sergey Naryshkin, stated that "a Third World War would be mankind's last," and warned that wars often occur because too many people engage in "silent connivance" and toleration of fascist ideology. And the Chinese Army used a front page editorial in the People's Liberation Army Daily of Aug. 1, which is also China's Army Day, to warn that
"the risks and challenges are extremely severe, and the possibility of chaos and war on our doorstep has increased."
Russia and China clearly "know what time it is." But most Americans remain in a dangerous state of denial, which we must break through, and that quickly, to mobilize sufficient political forces to prevent the British Empire's drive for thermonuclear war.
As Lyndon LaRouche put it this way in his Aug. 1 dialogue with Manhattan, elaborating on his demand that Hillary Clinton spill the beans on Obama's criminal role in Benghazi: