President Donald J. Trump addresses his remarks Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police and Law Enforcement Convention at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. (Official White House Photo)
Election Day for the U.S. mid-terms is coming on fast with the American population in a great ferment over the issue of defense of Donald Trump’s presidency from the “Russiagate” and related attacks. They are indeed Democratic attacks, but it has become clear to many now, that they were launched by British intelligence. Organizers with the LaRouche Political Action Committee have found tremendous interest, at the huge rallies being held by and for the President, in literature nailing the British coup attempt and explaining LaRouche’s “Four Laws” to save the economy from another financial crash.
This interest goes above and beyond parties. The ferment is also seen in many more or less party-independent Congressional campaigns. It is most important in Independent Kesha Rogers’ Texas 9th CD campaign, which has Rep. Al “Impeach Trump” Green, in heretofore the safest of safe Democratic seats, watching and worrying over every move Rogers makes and every new important endorsement she gets.
The underlying truth — however many understand it — is that a financial crash as great or greater than the 2007-08 Great Financial Crisis, is looming on the other side of Election Day; and therefore the real target for those millions defending the President, is Wall Street and the City of London. The cause this time is the immense ocean of new corporate debt created through central bank money-printing after that Crisis — more recently, of consumer debt as well — and the way it has been packaged, securitized, and disguised by far larger masses of derivatives. A small “rehearsal” for that crash is occurring now in India, where the collapse and nationalization of a $13 billion government-guaranteed company is causing “contagion” losses across the country’s financial system. The plunge of national currencies in some of the biggest developing economies is pushing toward the bigger blowout which is coming.
What is really necessary to defend the Presidency is to meet and overcome that financial crisis, beating Wall Street and London in doing so.
That means to get President Trump to carry out those crucial promises he has NOT yet moved on: the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act; the “gleaming” new high-technology economic infrastructure requiring trillions in investment from a national credit institution. (That is what, from China, pulled the world out the so-called “Great Recession” from the 2008 crash.) And launching a new age of human space exploration, as promised in that beautiful March 25, 2017 video which was the President’s “Weekly Address” that Saturday. “If we can accomplish these things in space,” he concluded, “there is no problem we cannot solve.”
That includes the U.S.-China “trade war.” Together with the major, spacefaring powers India and Russia, America and China can establish a new monetary system, ditching the IMF and the WTO, and use it to create joint investments, in great projects of infrastructure in many countries, and in space travel.
LaRouche’s “four economic laws” outline that path of action for which the current political ferment of the American people is asking.
In fact the situation of Europe, with the rise of “nationalists” and the decline of traditional parties, is a very similar fight against Brussels and the City of London, and bounded by the same oncoming financial crash. Thus the importance of the upcoming election in Europe, the European Parliament elections over May 23-26, 2019.