Mexican President: Censorship in U.S. Is a New ‘Holy Inquisition’ To ‘Create a World Government’

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador used his daily morning press briefing on Jan. 8 to warn the world that the censorship taking place in the U.S. is a danger for the world, a new “Holy Inquisition” designed to “create a world government with the power to control social networks, a world media power.” The exchange occurred in response to a question from respected journalist Daniel Marmolejo.

A three-minute video excerpt of the exchange, subtitled in English, was played on today’s LaRouche Manhattan Project Meeting, hosted by The LaRouche Organization (TLO). That video can be found on the TLO YouTube channel and is transcribed below.

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Live Event: How To Think About Humanity In A Time Of Crisis

Join us LIVE at 2pm ESTAs with September 11, 2001, the strategic realities of world politics were suddenly altered by the violent suppression of the challenge to the results of the United States Presidential elections on January 6.

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Great Reset Crowd in Frenzy To Use ‘Jan. 6’ To Oust Trump Immediately, Impose Emergency Dictates

This morning President Donald Trump made two announcements on his briefly restored Twitter service. He will not attend the Jan. 20 Biden inauguration. And he will serve as the “GIANT VOICE” for the interests of the American people “long into the future.” This is exactly the prospect that, even before 2016, made Trump a target for side-lining by the London/Wall Street networks, whose political wing perpetrated one dirty operation after another against the U.S. to get Trump out—Russiagate, impeachment, racism, then election subversion. Now, they are saying he is nuts. The Economist, the voice of the City of London, is chewing its nails over how to get him out fast. They have sent multiple e-mails on this since Jan. 6, and their Jan. 9 feature article has a fretful headline, “After the Insurrection: The Terrible Scenes on Capitol Hill Illustrate How Donald Trump Has Changed His Party. And How Hard It Will Be To Rid It of Him.”

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Stop the Fraud: Exonerate LaRouche!

The LaRouche Organization (TLO) ran the following half-page advertisement on page A3 of the Jan. 6 issue of the Washington Times, the very day that violent provocateurs breached the Capitol as part of the coup operation being run against President Trump. The ad, which was also distributed as a leaflet by TLO organizers in Washington, D.C. and in a number of state capitals around the country, provided the needed policy leadership to address the profound crisis battering the nation and the world. Read the statement here...

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Friday Questions: Chaos in D.C., Coup Plotters (e.g., Schumer & Pelosi) Accuse Trump of Plotting a Coup!

What really happened on January 6-7? What should be done now? How can we rebuild optimism for those who have succumbed to the belief that the U.S. is broken beyond repair?

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Fireside Chat National Discussion, Thursday, 9pm EST

Tonight’s Fireside chat will feature a discussion by Gerry Rose about Franklin Delano Roosevelt on the 80th anniversary of his Four Freedoms Speech (January 6,1941), and his leadership of the Presidency in a time of severe national crisis. Yesterday’s violent manipulation of the process of ratification of the Presidency was done in order to suppress the orderly hearing of evidence, prior to the acceptance of Presidential electors, of the massive vote fraud that has been alleged by citizens, state and federal elected officials, and US attorneys general. In light of that, it is incumbent upon all who value this nation to join our discussion this evening. There will be an update on breaking events, as well as reports from LaRouche Organization members who were present in Washington, DC yesterday.

 

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The LaRouche Solution Provides Direction in a Time of Created Chaos

President Donald Trump won the presidency as the Republican candidate in 2016, not because he represented that party, but because he broke with many of its precepts. He vowed to drain the swamp, to take on the intelligence agencies, to foster good relations with Russia and China, to rebuild industry, and to uncompromisingly oppose Green policies. The movement that he built reached something special in the American psyche, and addressed itself to questions that the establishment Beltway politicians ignored: the well-being of the forgotten men and women, people derided as “deplorables” by Hillary Clinton. He mobilized enormous numbers of voters in 2020, and stood to be a significant force in reshaping the Republican Party.

How do the events of Wednesday fit in? Just as the House and Senate were debating the objections raised to the Arizona electoral votes, a violent mob—small compared to the hundreds of thousands of people who turned out to support Trump that day—that broke through the security perimeter at the U.S. Capitol.

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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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