Biden, Dems, Rejected by Voters in Virgina, New Jersey

Nov. 8—A cold bath of reality was poured down upon Democratic Party ideologues in state elections in Virginia and New Jersey on Tuesday, Nov. 2. The deluded belief, that politically correct narratives can cover for the failure to address bread and butter issues of the economy, was smashed by a mass desertion of voters in two supposedly Democratic states, which just twelve months ago voted by significant margins for Joe Biden.  In the 2020 presidential election, Biden carried Virginia by a 10% margin, and New Jersey by 16%.

In the gubernatorial election on Tuesday in Virginia, Republican Glen Youngkin won by 2.1% over favored former Governor Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat.  McAuliffe's campaign mirrored the failed campaign of Hillary Clinton in 2016, by ignoring the growing concerns of voters over economic difficulties, and their opposition to radical social engineering focused on education, race and "gender" issues.  Instead, he assumed that repeating the mantra that a vote for Youngkin is a vote for Trump would assure his victory.  He went so far  with this "strategy" that he repeatedly referred to his opponent as "Trumpkin."  Though Youngkin was endorsed by Trump, he kept some distance from him.  He called for lowering the gas tax, at a time when gas prices are surging upwards; ending the regressive tax on groceries, as food prices sky-rocket; and giving parents more control over school curriculum, which has been a polarizing issue in the state, after a highly-publicized sexual assault on a fourteen year old girl in a school bathroom by a boy wearing a dress.  

The national Democratic party attempted to rally behind McAuliffe, a long-time political associate of the Clintons, by trying to make Trump the issue.  This backfired on two levels.  First, it fired up Trump supporters, especially in rural areas, who turned out to vote in high numbers; and it lost the support of suburbanites, who voted for Biden in 2020 in the expectation that he would follow through on his campaign pledges to end the COVID pandemic, address income inequality, and create jobs.

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Glasgow Proposes Limiting Food Production and Distribution to "Reduce Carbon Emissions"

The genocidal intent behind the "climate change" puppeteers was on display yesterday, as they discussed how to reduce carbon emissions which result from farming!  This discussion occurred as the World Food Program director Beasley reported that 45 million people face starvation, with Afghanistan at the top of the list.  Klaus Schwab says the intent to improve people's lives is bad for the climate!  Join us to make sure that climate fraud is not used as an excuse to commit genocide far beyond that of the Nazis!  Register for the Nov. 13-14 Schiller Institute conference here. 

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Hold Your Nose Until Saturday

The third and final week of the COP26 summit is now underway in Glasgow, and that Malthusian jamboree is expected to finally come to a shuddering halt on Friday, Nov. 12.

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A World Divided

While western nations, led by the U.S., the U.K. and the European Union, are hurtling toward a systemic collapse, driven by commitment to a Green New Deal and the Great Reset, many other nations are moving in a different direction.  Led by China, Russia, India and many Asian and African nations, they are rejecting the demand for an immediate, drastic "carbon transition", as they are defending their sovereign rights to put the priority on economic growth, which would be shut down by adherence to the looney-tunes being screeched at the COP26 summit in Glasgow.  The {Financial Times} even admits that the idea that the shift can be financed by private banks and equity funds is not credible, meaning more government intervention and investment is necessary for the transition to occur.

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Gangrene Sets in at COP26 Ghoul Gathering

Guest speaker: Harley Schlanger, Host of The LaRouche Organization Daily Morning Podcast
Moderator: Dennis Speed, LaRouche 'Manhattan Project' coordinator

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Zepp-LaRouche Calls for "Operation Ibn Sina" for Aghanistan

Schiller Institute founder and President, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in a discussion on Afghanistan Oct. 29 on Islamabad TV, said that she is promoting the Schiller Institute’s proposed solution to Afghanistan, in terms she calls, “Operation Ibn Sina.” Zepp-LaRouche participated on the program from Germany, and has indicated that she will be filling out this “Ibn Sina” initiative very soon.

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Schachtian Fascism and How to Stop It

Paul Gallagher of EIR Magazine described Lyndon LaRouche’s oldest target of attack, “Schachtian fascism” and how to stop it, on this week's Fireside Chat--with special reference to Prince Charles’ declaration of “war” on the human race at the Glasgow summit.

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Prince Charles Calls for "War-Like Mobilization" Against Humans at FLOP26 Summit

Friday Questions:
1. What are the implications of the merger of the global Green New Deal with the Great Reset presented yesterday by Prince Charles, Mark Carney, BlackRock's Larry Fink and others,  in the context of the COP26 "climate" summit?
2. Is Virginia Gov.-Elect Youngkin a Bush-RINO Republican?
3. Will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates, and what will happen if it does?
4. What are the strategic implications of the Chinese hypersonic missile launch?
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British Green New Deal: a Powerful, All-Out War Mobilization that’s Failing Disastrously

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It is clear from the remarks of Prince Charles’s central banker Mark Carney, Sir Michael Bloomberg, and BlackRock CEO Larry Fink at the Glasgow “Suicide Summit” called COP26, that they have a) great financial momentum in organizing the worldwide 1% to cut off new fossil fuel investment, and b) a great problem—the “green finance” investments are failures.

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COP26 Organizers Fume at Key Nations’ Reluctance To Commit Suicide

President Joe Biden reflected the British Empire’s frustration and disappointment at the direction things have taken at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, in remarks to the press yesterday: “I indicated that China and Russia not showing up — and Saudi Arabia — is a problem,” Biden said. “We showed up, and by showing up, we’ve had a profound impact on the way I think the rest of the world is looking at the United States and its leadership role,” Biden said.

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