LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat: Trump Shocks War Party, Moves to Pullout from Syria and Create Jobs in Mexico and Central America

December 20, 2018

LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat: Trump Shocks War Party, Moves to Pullout from Syria

President Trump shocked the British directed war party in London and Washington yesterday by announcing, via twitter, a complete U.S. pullout from Syria. Almost all of his own Washington Consensus born and bred advisors and their allies in Congress reacted with shock and wails of outrage. Russia, Iran, Turkey simultaneously announced that a committee of Syrian citizens is now working on developing a constitution for that war torn country, the necessary first step in a reconciliation and rebuilding process. At the same time, incoming Mexican President Obrador announced that Mexico, in a deal with Trump, would be receiving up to $10 billion in new U.S. investment to create jobs, doubling U.S. government investment there. This is part of a proposed developments in both Mexico and Central America to revolve the immigration crisis, a crisis which is, in reality, a necessary effect of deliberate underdevelopment. AMLO said, "This is a new, different way of dealing with the problem of migration, which addresses the causes. The day is going to come, very soon, in which people are not going to emigrate from Mexico — at least, that is my dream."

These bold and courageous moves by the President occurred while the British Empire openly telegraphed why it continues to drive the insurrection against the American President. In a House of Lords Report on current imperial policy, they cite Donald Trump as their Number One concern and, in diplomatic language, place a priority on preventing any Trump second term. They then almost admit that their biggest fear is the Four Power agreement for development championed by Lyndon LaRouche, citing Russia, China, and India as secondary targets for subversion. They claim that their Empire is breaking down under “political and social waves caused by people’s access to information.” This “too much knowledge in possession of the commoners” argument is, of course, a repetition of Samuel Huntington’s 1975 Trilateral Commission infamous call to dumb down and propagandize populations in order to preserve the Empire.

We are at a clear inflection point in this battle. Join us for tonight’s discussion.