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LaRouche Declares War On The British Empire

03.11.2009 - LaRouche Declares War on the British Empire

Controversial politician Lyndon LaRouche has declared war against Britain for their attacks and attempts to control President Obama's financial policies.

LaRouche has been described as a neofascist, neo-Nazi, and anti-Semite, so take this declaration with a grain of salt. While we agree that the British should pay for their crimes, we mean "pay" in terms of dollars, not lives.

LaRouche Declares War on the British Empire

March 9, 2009 (LPAC)--On March 7, Lyndon LaRouche issued a declaration of war against the British Empire and its Wall Street assets, who have laid siege to the Obama White House and are fully committed to the destruction of the United States as a Republic. This multi-front attack against the Presidency is aimed, first and foremost, at preventing the President from adopting Franklin Roosevelt type policies to deal with the current financial breakdown crisis, specifically a bankruptcy reorganization of the entire City of London-dominated system.

The current assault, LaRouche said, is a reincarnation of the overtly pro-Mussolini and pro-Hitler American Liberty League of the 1930s, which did everything in its power to destroy FDR, including putsch attempts. It is now being steered, inside the United States itself, by a Wall Street and London-bankrolled rightwing apparatus, led by the American Enterprise Institute, the Heritage Foundation, the Cato Institute, and key individuals like Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, and Rupert Murdoch, as well as anti-FDR propagandists such as Amity Shlaes and Jim Powell.

``We are going to be relentless in pointing out, that all of the people who are lined up against the President, today, from Wall Street and related environs, are actually fascists, in the tradition of the Mussolini-loving and Hitler-loving Liberty League of the 1930s,'' LaRouche said.

Unfortunately, the U.S. population, including most Congresmen and institutional representatives, ``don't know what the defense of the nation is any more. They've been involved in so many fake wars, they don't know what a real one is! And we're in a real war, to save the United States from this kind of subversion, which is coming out of London.... We are going to defend the Presidency, and we're going to make everybody very miserable, who doesn't agree with us that this Presidency is going to be defended.''

A source close to the Administration recently commented that Wall Street is running a ``berserker'' propaganda campaign, branding President Obama as a ``radical Rooseveltian, who is killing the banks''. In the House, Minority Leader John Boehner demanded, in response to the release of the first Obama Administration budget proposals, which are admittedly terribly flawed, that the President impose a ``spending freeze so we can get our budget in order''. According to our sources, on their way out the door, George Bush and Dick Cheney spent the entire White House budget for 2009, to make sure that the new Administration would be faced with impossible obstacles.

Another front in the assault has been opened up by ostensibly Democratic Party circles, such as those of George Soros, who continue to put countless amounts of money into the campaign to legalize drugs in the United States, and to simultaneously end the ``war'' on drug traficking and the drug cartels, being waged by Attorney General Holder. This Soros-led offensive was fully endorsed by the London Economist, in its March 7-13 cover-story, calling for drug legalization as ``the least bad policy''.

In addition, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and former Prime Minister Tony Blair were both in Washington last week, to throw their weight behind the assault on the Presidency. Gordon Brown's efforts to win President Obama over to London's agenda of massive bailout, hyperinflation, and Schachtian austerity at the G-20 summit, failed miserably.

However, Tony Blair was apparently more successful in his closed-door session on Capitol Hill, where he pressured Congressmen and corporate CEOs, to focus attention on the ``green agenda'' of climate change and global warming, rather than dealing with the financial crisis through bankruptcy reorganization and regulation.

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