The End of the Regime Change Era: What Now?

Mike Billington addresses the dramatic "phase shift" in history taking place, as the Afghan crisis marks the utter failure of the "regime change" era of the British Empire and their assets in the US, but also the opportunity it presents for Lyndon LaRouche's concept of the Four Powers to unite for global development on the model of China's Belt and Road Initiative. He will focus on the intense hysteria in the United Kingdom, terrified that the Empire could indeed come to an end were the US to break from the Empire's grip, join with China and Russia in the development of Afghanistan, and by implication the rest of the world, as LaRouche's new paradigm becomes the necessary reality for human progress.

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LaRouche: Haiti Is the Test of Our Morality

American statesman Lyndon LaRouche repeatedly identified a U.S. commitment to help Haiti develop as a moral imperative for the United States, a test of what kind of nation the United States and its people want it to be in the world. Excerpts of two such statements follow, the first from 2004, the second from 2010, in the wake of the unprecedented earthquake disaster. Both still stand as guidelines for how to approach Haiti today, and his 2010 admonition about that no “patch the system” approach will work, being equally applicable to Afghanistan now: the goal of assistance must be to secure “a nation’s ability to maintain itself.”

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"Great Reset" on the Agenda at Fed's Annual Jackson Hole Meeting

As unfolding developments in Afghanistan have captured most people's attention, Federal Reserve officials will hold their annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming confab on Friday, during which they will confer on how to proceed with the Great Reset swindle without tipping off too many people as to their real intent.  While they engage in "Fed-speak" on such topics as "transitory inflation" and "tapering", what they really are doing is consolidating a global central banker's dictatorship, to hand the biggest banks and financial institutions control over fiscal, i.e., spending policy.  The only way to counter this drive for depopulation, is to mobilize for the implementation of LaRouche's "Four Laws", to revive physical production as an alternative to a bankrupt neoliberal speculative system.  

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The True Power of The American Presidency

When President Joe Biden made it clear in his afternoon statements to the press following his virtual meeting with the G7 nations, that he was sticking to his August 31 Afghanistan pullout deadline, a somber pall appeared over 10 Downing Street, Porton Down, and Gee Street in Clerkenwell, home of the Tavistock Institute. The dismayed Nigel Kim Darroch, Baron Darroch of Kew, said," It is going to take quite a long time for the West as a whole—because it is a Western failure, a Western disaster, this is not just the UK and the US—to recover from all this, to recover our reputation." He of “flooding the Trump zone” fame had to reckon with the hard truth that the multiple attempts to stop Biden from carrying out the promised Afghanistan withdrawal had not worked, and that the public relations stunt known as “Global Britain” had just been revealed to be “Windsor castles made of sand.”

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Afghanistan: Chance for a Positive Reorientation

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Imperial Brits Fear Withdrawal from Afghanistan Means the End of the "Rules-Based Order"

 Listen to the whining coming from mouthpieces for the City of London imperial financial swindlers, such as war criminal Tony Blair, or former Ambassador Kim Darroch, who said it will take "quite a long time...to recover from all this, to recover our reputation."  The truth is that Boris Johnson's "Global Britain" is a cover for continued British imperial looting, which depends on U.S. military backing to succeed.  With the G7 leaders unable to convince Biden to remain in Afghanistan, they are preparing other traps -- such as Ukraine -- to keep the U.S. engaged in "forever wars."  Instead, the U.S. must break with geopolitics and neoliberal trade and economic policies, and join with other nations to build up the capabilities of physical goods production, based on scientific and technological progress, to address mankind's needs for the next fifty years.

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No More British Geopolitical Manipulation of American Policy!!!!

What really happened on 9/11?  Why did the U.S. go to war in Afghanistan, and remain for 20 years?  Why in Iraq, in Libya?  Who is the Patriot Act supposed to protect?  Is it not important to note that the same networks in the U.S. responsible for these wars and violations of American liberties are the ones who have benefited most from these failed policies?  And are the ones most hysterical about the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan?  NOW is the time to answer these questions, so Americans will never again die, and kill, to preserve the British Empire, the City of London, and the U.S. Military Industrial Complex. 

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Brits Go Ape Over The End Of "Global Britain"

British Retired Officer Wants To Court-Martial Biden for Afghanistan Decision

In the aftermath of the collapse of the idea of “Global Britain,” it’s not surprising that there would be Brits joining the calls in Washington for Biden’s removal from office. Lt. Col. Richard Kemp (ret.), CBE, who once commanded British troops in Afghanistan, said in a Sunday TV interview that Biden should be court-martialed for “betraying the United States of America and the United States’ armed forces.” Kemp apparently doesn’t understand that under the American constitutional system, there is no military authority that can court-martial the President. Or perhaps he does and is actually calling for a military coup in the United States.

 

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Questions on Afghanistan

Why did we get into a 20 years’ war in Afghanistan?

The British Prime Minister told us the United States had to. Tony Blair came to Chicago two years before that war started, and said the United States has to “protect” people from undemocratic governments London doesn’t like, by taking those governments out. The term “regime change” was born.

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Tony Blair Lectures Biden and the U.S. on the Responsibility to Continue "Forever Wars"!

The individual who is among the most culpable for ongoing geopolitical confrontations which could lead to nuclear war, the Queen's Privy Council member Tony Blair, blasted Joe Biden for his "obedience to an imbecilic political slogan about ending 'the forever wars'."  Blair was not criticizing the way the U.S. left, but ending the war, saying that leaving Afghanistan shows the West has "lost its political will."  Clearly, this apologist for endless imperial wars has not lost his commitment to unleash genocidal catastrophes.  Not surprisingly, Dick Cheney's war hawk daughter Liz agrees with Blair, telling NBC News that proof the U.S. should not have withdrawn is that British parliamentarians and NATO officials are furious about the U.S. withdrawal!  Keep in mind that when Blair talks about commitment, the British have been playing the Great Game in Afghanistan on-and-off since the 1830s -- with consistently disastrous results.  
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