Helga Zepp-LaRouche: Globalists Ready to Destroy the World to Preserve Their Power
MOSCOW – October 25, 2018
Journalists met recently with the founder of the Schiller Institute, Mrs. Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, discussing the most pressing issues of relations between Russia and the U.S.
It is obvious that the old system, based on the Bretton Woods agreement, is collapsing. It should be replaced by a new, more equitable system, but its contours are not yet clear.
Trump’s historical task is the destruction of the old and the laying of the foundations of the new system. His task is extremely difficult. He has to work with a severe time crunch and strong resistance and pressure from state structures and influential elite economic and political groups both in the U.S. and abroad (Europe, Russia, Asia).
Zepp-LaRouche believes that the new rules of the game for the world (a sort of Bretton Woods 2) can be developed only by reaching a consensus at the level of political leaders of the United States, Russia, China and India, and only through direct negotiations between the leaders of these powers.
“With their active interaction, sufficient attention could be paid to the development space medicine, the improvement of soil research for agriculture and the closing of the gap between the rich and the poor,” she said.
But at the same time, she claims that it is impossible to trust other politicians and statesmen to conduct negotiations, no matter what famouse names they have, because it is unknown whose interests these high-ranking negotiators will protect. As an example, she cited the first meeting of Trump and Putin, which took place in July 2018 in Finland. Then certain agreements were reached, which gave hope for the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Russia, but all these agreements were nullified by the coordinated work of the presidential teams from both sides.
"After the meeting in Helsinki, both President Trump and President Putin described it as historic and extremely successful. But on his return to the US, President Trump faced neoliberal Democrats and a conservative wing in the Republican Party, who actually thwarted everything that could have been achieved there. I think that the new meeting of the two presidents (November 11 in France) will bring amazing results: it will give a new vision of resolving the systemic crisis that is now taking place," says Zepp-LaRouche.
She also noted that currently in Moscow on a working visit is the adviser to the American President for national security John Bolton. At the same time, Zepp-LaRouche believes that this visit will not bring any significant results, since Bolton does not express the interests of Trump, but of the elite groups opposing him.
She also noted that the globalists, who had been in power for more than 40 years, suddenly lost their positions in the most important country – the United States – allowing Trump to win the Presidency. Moreover, this then immediately weakened the position of globalists in Europe. The leaders of such "protest" moods are Italy, Hungary, and Austria. And in Germany and France, the voices of those who are not satisfied with the current situation are growing.
Globalists see this as a threat to their position and are ready to make any effort to retain power. There is no crime that they would not commit for this. According to Zepp-LaRouche, they (the fed) are ready to start a global economic crisis that will throw nearly the entire population of the U.S. and Europe below the poverty line. They could provoke a global world war that could destroy 9/10 of all mankind, only to reset Trump and give his place in the Capitol to someone like Hillary Clinton.
Only the combined efforts of the leaders of 4 world powers (USA, Russia, China and India) will help the world to avoid history developing into such a negative scenario.
"I am sure that the world will be changed, if the regimes of the great powers are rational, and think about the future via Noosphera, because this is the only solution to solve the world’s problems, as well as to have a clear vision for the future," said Zepp-LaRouche.