The world’s central bankers, guided by former head of the Bank of England Mark Carney, have activated their genocidal plan to use the power of the central banks and the associated “too big to fail” mega-banks to take over economic policy from elected governments, cutting off credit to any business which produces what they consider to be too large a “carbon footprint.” The fact that carbon has nothing to do with climate is known to every competent scientist in the world—those who rely on creative mentation rather than computer projections.
The British Imperial plan is not about climate; this is nothing but the latest manufactured excuse for committing genocide. Once it was eugenics—that the “inferior races” in Africa and India simply didn’t understand the “moral necessity” of carrying out contracts to export their food, simply because millions of Indians and Africans were starving to death. (See Matthew Ogden’s coming article in EIR on how the forced famines in India helped convince America’s Founding Fathers to revolt against the British Empire.)
Then it was the “natural law” of the “right to private property” (see Fred Haight’s coming article in EIR on John Locke’s “constitution” for his slave colony of Carolina, defining the right to own people as God’s natural law. This genocidal view was kept out of the U.S. Constitution, which instead asserted Leibniz’s “right to pursue happiness.”)
Now it is the scientific fraud known as “anthropogenic climate change” created by carbon—carbon which is generated by machines, by farm animals, and by human beings. No matter that carbon is the food for plant life—it must be eliminated, and the people and the animals along with it. As an ideology, this evil movement has been denounced, and countered with real science, for decades by the LaRouche movement. But now it is no longer an ideological issue. It is a Malthusian scheme to carry out Prince Charles’s proposed reduction of the human population to about 1 billion people—which the British Lords and Ladies describe as the maximum “carrying capacity” of our Earth. Recall that Bertrand Russell once said: “If a black death could be spread throughout the world once in every generation survivors could procreate freely without making the world too full.” And it was Barack Obama who told the young Africans at a university in Soweto that they must not aspire to having big houses, air conditioning and cars, lest the world “boil over.”
It is obvious to any thinking human being, that the current pandemic and the famine it has engendered—today’s “black death”—could have been prevented had the Western nations not intentionally taken down their health care systems as part of the “privatization” process—short- term profit over human lives—while also denying access to functioning health care systems to the developing nations. Resolving this crisis requires cooperation between the world’s leading economies and scientific institutions, especially those of the U.S., China, and Russia. Consider this in trying to understand the thinking behind the demonization of Russia and China. Are the proponents of this new McCarthyism in the U.K. and the U.S. unaware that this division of the world into competing, geopolitical blocs is causing millions of deaths—or is this their intent?
President Trump was elected because he rejected this Cold War relic, insisting that “it is a good thing, not a bad thing” to be friends with Russia and with China. He was maneuvered into backing off that noble commitment by the Russiagate coup plotters and the military-industrial spokesmen who maneuvered themselves into his Cabinet.
It is not too late for Trump to act. Were he to call a summit of Presidents Putin, Xi, and himself to address all aspects of the global crisis, the controlled environment could be broken. Pardoning Julian Assange and Edward Snowden would be a useful first step.
The LaRouche Organization (see www.laroucheorganization.com) was founded just before Christmas, to address all these aspects, together with the Schiller Institute (www.schillerinstitute.com), and to pull together those people of good will around the world who otherwise are isolated. This is a crisis of civilization, not of each individual nation. It can be the opportunity to implement a new paradigm for mankind as a whole, if people act.