Perfidious Albion Delenda Est

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Together, Presidents Trump, Putin and Xi have already demonstrated that terrorism can be defeated, and that through economic cooperation in the spirit of the New Silk Road, the world economy can bring all peoples into a prosperous and harmonious paradigm of human development.

For once, Perfidious Albion must stand alone, and it is increasingly obvious to the whole world that they have nothing to stand on. For fifty years, Lyndon LaRouche has warned Americans that British geopolitics and monetary policies were driving the U.S. and the world towards economic destruction, while the U.S. carried out colonial wars on behalf of the Empire. The fact that President Trump has dedicated himself to restoring the American System, as championed (essentially alone) by LaRouche over this past half century, while also declaring that the great powers of Russia, China and the United States must be friends, means that the British Empire is facing is final demise.

This, of course, is the reason that British intelligence launched the Russiagate coup attempt against President Trump. That campaign is collapsing, and its perpetrators are being exposed as traitors, along with the corrupt corporate media, which is apoplectic about Trump's call to Putin. With Russiagate greatly weakened, President Trump has gained the strength to carry out his original diplomatic intentions, as the world saw on Tuesday, March 20, a day that will be remembered in history. The implementation of American System economic policies, as presented in LaRouche's four laws, is equally urgent, as the impending collapse of the financial bubble can undermine the new paradigm.

It is a time for action. The world now sees the British Empire for what it is, and the alternative in the New Silk Road, creating a shared destiny of progress and cooperation for all nations. Focus every effort on this strategic goal. Allow no diversions. Victory is at hand.

Russian Ministry Officials Say London Has Driven Itself into a ‘Dead End’ on Skripal Affair
Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)

March 21, 2018 (EIRNS)—On Wednesday, Vladimir Yermakov, head of the Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, and Maj. Gen. Igor Kirillov, Commander of Russia’s Radiation, Chemical and Biological Protection Troops, gave an extensive and hard-hitting briefing at the Foreign Ministry on the Skripal case, and London’s unfounded accusations against Russia, to all foreign ambassadors in Moscow [translated text here at the Vineyard of the Saker site -- JWS].

According to reports in both Sputnik and TASS, all European Union ambassadors, attended the briefing. Britain’s Embassy was absent. Maria Olson, spokeswoman for the U.S. Embassy told TASS that Ambassador Jon Huntsman would not be attending the briefing, but that a “working-level participant” would attend instead.

Coinciding with this briefing is the report from Moscow’s Ambassador in London, Alexander Yakovenko, that as a result of the British hysteria against Russia, Russian citizens living and working in the U.K. are being harassed and attacked, and fear for their safety and that of their children.

In their remarks, Yermakov and Kirillov raised pointed questions about London’s irrational behavior, its making accusations but providing no evidence, and ignoring the clearly-defined protocols established by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), for bilateral consultations in such cases. Russia, Yermakov said, doesn’t owe anything to anyone, and surely can’t be held responsible for the “acts of idleness of the British authorities on their own territory,” TASS reported. In fact, he said, London is getting increasingly nervous, as “they’ve driven themselves into a dead end; but in the end, they will have to answer the growing number of questions” about this whole affair.

Yermakov affirmed that

“either the British authorities are unable to protect from a terrorist attack on their territory or they staged the attack themselves.... If the subject of the investigation has not been determined for sure, and all facts are being intentionally covered up, while the real evidence may have already disappeared, since this has happened in the U.K. more than once, then it is not clear what issue the U.K. side has.”

While he recalled that on Sept. 27, 2017 the OPCW confirmed that Russia had completed destruction of its chemical weapons stockpile, General Kirillov pointed out that the United States has not yet destroyed its own arsenal of chemical weapons. General Kirillov also said that the U.K. has presented no evidence that the nerve agent allegedly used to poison Skripal was made in Russia, and furthermore, that in 1962, the U.K. obtained a patent for the production of organophosophorus VX nerve agent, and the Porton Down laboratory, only a few kilometers from Salisbury where Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious, was one of the key British centers conducting research into chemical warfare agents.

‘Former CIA Chief Brennan Running Scared’; Will He Go Down Next?
Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)

March 21, 2018 (EIRNS)—The above headline, on a March 19 article by Ray McGovern, of the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), appropriately captures the mindset of the psychopath former CIA Director John Brennan, whose hysterical attacks on President Donald Trump reflect his own, clearly deep-seated fears, that after the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, he may be House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes’s next target and could end up in jail.

On Saturday, March 17, after news of McCabe’s firing was reported, Brennan let out a stream of vituperative tweets aimed at Trump:

“When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history. You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America ... America will triumph over you.”

As McGovern points out, these threats have more to do with the fact that Brennan is terrified. “His own unauthorized disclosures and leaks probably dwarf in number, importance and sensitivity those of McCabe.” Nunes’s words that “if they need to be put on trial, we will put them on trial,” McGovern suggests, must have sent chills down Brennan’s spine.

So, Brennan’s hysteria is reaching a fever pitch. Yesterday, after Trump’s phone call to Russian President Putin congratulating him on his election victory, and suggesting they meet sometime soon, Brennan went berserk, complaining of the President’s “fawning attitude” toward Putin. He told MSNBC, earlier today,

“I think the President has shown a lack of understanding of international affairs, as well as a real ignorance of what it takes to be President. He is mean-spirited, he is dishonest, he has shown a lack of integrity, and he has continued to demean the office of the presidency.”

In response to the report that Trump had been advised not to congratulate Putin, Brennan ranted,

“I believe that there are individuals within the White House, the national security [team] and also within Congress that are looking at Mr. Trump, seeing that he is acting more and more like a cornered animal, and lashing out whatever way he can. And who knows what that cornered animal will do once they see the threat to their survival.”

Seems like Brennan is describing his own behavior, rather than Trump’s.