Where Do Things Stand After the Events on January 6?

Was the mini-riot on the Capitol grounds yesterday orchestrated, to disrupt the Constitutionally mandated hearings going on in the Congress? Where were the security forces, the police, and the National Guard? Why was President Trump's Twitter account silenced, when he called for demonstrators to disperse peacefully?

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President Trump Calls For Peace Then Banned On Twitter

By Jason Ross

Around 4:30 p.m., Trump tweeted a one-minute video, urging his supporters to go home. Standing in front of the White House, he said: “I know your pain; I know your hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side. But you have to go home now. We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great people in law and order. We don’t want anybody hurt. It’s a very tough period of time. There has never been a time like this, where such a thing happened, where they could take it away from all of us, from me, from you, from our country. This was a fraudulent election. But we can’t play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You are very special. You’ve seen what happens; you see the way others are treated, that are so bad and so evil. I know how you feel, but go home and go home in peace.”

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Trump Can Still Kick Over the Global Strategic Apple Cart

As the Congress convenes on January 6, to determine the outcome of the fight against the theft of the 2020 election, there are still powerful options which President Trump has, to break out of the game which has been rigged against him.

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Free Assange, Pardon Snowden, Exonerate LaRouche! How Trump Can Flip the Strategic Chessboard

How can President Trump flip over the chessboard at this late hour and outflank those who are pushing for global war? An announcement that he is freeing Assange, pardoning Snowden, and exonerating the late Lyndon LaRouche would send shockwaves around the world.

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Election Certification Showdown in the Congress

The effort by supporters of President Trump to decertify slates of electors for Joe Biden in a number of battleground states will take place in both the House and Senate today, as large crowds of Trump supporters are mobilizing outside.

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Washington Post Calls for Shredding the U.S. Constitution

As the Congress takes up its Constitutional task of certifying that the slates of Electors chosen by the states were chosen fairly and under the law, the Washington Post has called for ripping out of the Constitution the articles which define the mandates given to Congress and to state legislatures to protect the sanctity of elections.

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The Fight for Truth in the American Elections Is for the World

Not many media outside imperial London would be arrogant enough—even after what they believe to be their successful coup against President Donald Trump—to publish a lengthy editorial entitled, “An Overhaul of U.S. Democracy”; with a kicker that the United States cannot be allowed a 2024 presidential election under the present Constitutional system of the republic. Abolition of all the inconvenient American Constitutional practices was published as orders to be carried out through a “high-level commission,” to be created by low-level Joe Biden in “one of his first acts.”

This was done by the Washington Post Sunday on Jan. 3 with a follow-up editorial the next day on the same subject. The Post for decades has been a newspaper voice and leak sheet of the U.S. and British intelligence services; now, under increasingly interventionist ownership of world’s richest man Jeffrey Bezos, it is also speaking for the intersection of giant IT companies like Amazon with the military-industrial complex in the post-9/11 “surveillance state.” It demanded:

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Assange Extradition Denied, But a Presidential Pardon Is Needed

British Judge Vanessa Baraitser today rejected the extradition request of the U.S. government for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and ruled that it would be oppressive to extradite him to the United States where he might commit suicide in prison, Kevin Gosztola, managing editor of Shadowproof website, reported on Twitter and Jaclyn Diaz on NPR today. Judge Baraitser set a bail hearing for Wednesday, Jan. 6. The judge accepted essentially all of the U.S. Justice Department's charges against Assange lock, stock and barrel, and even implied he could be charged under the British Official Secrets Act as well. All involved understand that a pardon by President Donald Trump is the only way to end the physical and mental depression of Assange’s health under indefinite imprisonment, which caused Baraitser’s surprise denial of extradition. Perhaps she got the message that the UK wants to kill Assange itself, rather than having him commit suicide in the US, or potentially be pardoned there.

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Citizens Commission on Truth in Elections—Defeat the Vote Fraud [updated with videos]

The LaRouche Organization and the Schiller Institute today hosted a powerful virtual Town Hall meeting with representatives of the state legislatures and activists from four of the states in which the presidential election is contested, and others, presenting evidence of the massive vote fraud and irregularities in the election, and discussing the profound impact of this fight for the future of the nation and the world. The forum was part of a mobilization of concerned citizens to create a Citizens Commission for Truth in Elections, which will hold a founding conference on Jan. 17. As expressed by the moderator Dennis Speed of the Schiller Institute in opening the Town Hall meeting, the stealing of the Nov. 3 election is not only a threat to Donald Trump’s reelection, nor even simply to the U.S. Constitution, but a threat to civilization, to determine—in the words of Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War regarding the American System experiment—“testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived, and so dedicated, can long endure.”

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An Inflection Point in Building a Movement

Saturday’s explosive meeting of the LaRouche movement was an incredible breakthrough, showing how LaRouche’s vision can draw together political leaders, community activists, and thoughtful citizens representing various constituencies, around a higher concept of statecraft and mankind. In the process comes the great joy of discovering, together, a higher concept that subsumes the various causes that have prompted people of conscience and courage to commit themselves to. That dialogue shows how the Wednesday, Jan. 6 historic developments in Washington, D.C. can serve as an inflection point in building a political constituency for LaRouche’s far-reaching ideas and policies.

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