Catalyze the Potential for Reason—‘The World Needs 1.5 Billion New Jobs’
The world situation is out of control on many fronts—inside the United States, the pandemic, world hunger, and the tense strategic situation. Hanging overhead is the Sword of Damocles—the financial system ready to blow out.
Putting these factors altogether, makes clear the urgent need for reason. We need a different approach. We need a total shift in paradigm. That is embodied in the new program, “The LaRouche Plan to Reopen the U.S. Economy; The World Needs 1.5 Billion New, Productive Jobs.”
What is evident in the United States is that in the midst of this upsurge of people wanting a new, just economic system, and freedom from abuse and suffering, the hands of British intelligence and the British imperial coup process are at work. One glaring aspect of this is the deliberate stoking of conflict and violence at a time of sorrow, anger, and potential brotherhood and change. This shows up in the markings of “professional agitators” intervening in different cities under crazy brand names—Boogalo Bois, Antifa, or anonymously.
At present, there are more than 40 cities, in 20 states, under nightly curfews, to deter violence as occurred over the past few nights, in otherwise huge, peaceful demonstrations that followed the May 25 murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, by police officer Derek Chauvin, who has since been charged. For hours today, thousands of people marched in cities coast to coast, from Los Angeles, to Chicago to New York City.
The question that the local mayors and civil rights leaders are raising: who are these outsider groups that incited and conducted the violence? Look to London.
What is clear in the situation is that anything can go wrong, and lead to chaos and terrible consequences—just what the British gamesters want. All the while, the same subversive political forces are promoting an end-game for the United States internationally, by pushing a crazed breach with China, and unilateral economic self-destruction.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is serving this purpose well. In a series of public interventions over the last three days—Sunday TV, a Monday speech, and today alongside President Trump for a declaration on global religious freedom, Pompeo thumped on the point that China must be defeated, and secondly, he hinted broadly that Trump will do what Pompeo says. Pompeo said on Fox News Sunday that the “aggressive” Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is a force for evil and has come to “view itself as intent upon the destruction of Western ideas, Western democracies, Western values. It puts Americans at risk.” Yesterday, on an American Enterprise Institute podcast, Pompeo said that soon, “President Trump will lay out a range of responses that we’re going to undertake” against China.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Schiller Institute president, in a briefing to associates today, identified as the “antidote to the crisis, the future-oriented” vantage point of space exploration and science, as seen in “The World Needs 1.5 Billion New, Productive Jobs.” Enlist the widest possible discussion of its ideas.
Zepp-LaRouche reminded people that, in January 2017, London’s The Spectator headlined its cover story that Trump would have to be taken out of office—by coup, impeachment or assassination, or else he must be forced to adapt to the agenda of the British Empire. Pompeo et al. are trying to do just that, but he can be stopped.
Yesterday, President Trump did exactly the kind of thing the British geopolitical system is targetting him for: he initiated a friendly call to Russian President Vladimir Putin. They discussed several topics (oil pricing, Trump’s Group of 10 idea) but most importantly was space. As reported by the Kremlin, “The Russian President congratulated Donald Trump on the successful launch of the Crew Dragon manned spacecraft on May 30, which carried American astronauts to the International Space Station. A common attitude towards the development of mutually beneficial cooperation in the space sector was confirmed...
“The importance of enhancing the Russian-American dialogue on strategic stability and confidence-building measures in the military sector was noted. The presidents agreed to continue contacts at various levels. The conversation was constructive, businesslike and substantive.”