“Total war” Conflicts, Or Win-Win” Cooperation?By Anastasia Battle
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Guests: Harley Schlanger and Bill Jones
Lyndon LaRouche‘s 1970s unique proposals for the physical-economic transformation of Southwest Asia, exemplified by his 1975 International Development Bank, were bitterly opposed by then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Kissinger preferred war as a means of diplomacy, fomenting a conflict in Lebanon in April of that same year that would continue for over 15 years. Because of Kissinger‘s hostility to LaRouche’s proposals, with the help of New York City’s infamous Roy Cohn, and the FBI’s Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Lyndon LaRouche was branded as “anti-Semitic.”
Though LaRouche was able, despite Kissinger, to change history through President Ronald Reagan’s adoption on March 23, 1983, of his Strategic Defense Initiative policy, LaRouche was prosecuted, convicted, and ultimately incarcerated in 1989, in a quasi-legal “Railroad” which was described by former attorney general Ramsey Clark as “a broader range of deliberate and systematic misconduct and abuse of power over a longer period of time in an effort to destroy a political movement and leader, than any other federal prosecution in my time or to my knowledge.”
Though even that did not deter LaRouche from his mission, and his Oasis Plan for long-term-development of Israel, Palestine, and Southwest Asia is now more timely than ever, the ongoing destructive Southwest Asian wars, over decades, including Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and now Gaza, with a possible, impending escalation against Iran, are the result of the Anglosphere’s suppression of LaRouche’s policies and influence. China, Russia, the BRICS nations have put forth, win-win strategies, which, if combined with LaRouche’s extensive development plans can resolve even the crisis, intractable crisis in Israel and Palestine. The Xi-Jinping/Biden meeting of this week will also be discussed by today’s presenters, Bill Jones and Harley Schlanger.