London ‘Friends of Dick Cheney and Al Gore’
Behind New Slander of LaRouche
March 25, 2007 (EIRNS)The following statement was issued today by EIR News Service.
Lyndon LaRouche denounced a smear story, published in the The Observer today, as yet another desperate effort by the British Fabian "friends of Dick Cheney and Al Gore," to bail out their American assets by targeting LaRouche and his international collaborators. The latest libel, by The Observer poison pens Mark Townsend and Jamie Doward, and the upcoming London gathering, scheduled for March 27, 2007, both indicate that the recent exposes by LaRouche and associates, of the $200 billion global warming swindle, associated with Gore, Cheney, and both the Thatcher and Blair governments of Britain, have significantly damaged the scheme.
As documented in the book Children of Satan, the decision to launch a libel campaign against LaRouche and his German associates, around the suicide-death of Jeremiah Duggan, was an outgrowth of a trans-Atlantic policy battle that erupted at the time of the disastrous Anglo-American invasion of Iraq.
Then, as now, opponents of the British Fabian-steered Dick Cheney and Tony Blair war party were challenging the permanent war agenda, and were drawing upon LaRouche's expertise and international mobilization capabilities to counter the disastrous actions of Washington and London. Just months after the launching of the Iraq War, another leading war critic, British scientist Dr. David Kelly was found dead, the purported victim of a "suicide," at the moment that the same British Fabian media apparatus had identified him as the source of evidence that Blair's top aides had "sexed up" a dossier on Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction, that was key to the London-Washington propaganda drive for war. Subsequently, Dr. Kelly's charges were proven more than accurate, despite a British government-charged commission's findings to the contrary.
Now, LaRouche noted, European circles who oppose the global warming scientific hoax and the murderous radical deindustrialization policies that flow from the hoax, are marshalling against Al Gore, Gordon Brown, David Miliband, and other 10 Downing Street propagandists, and are again finding common cause with LaRouche. The documentary, "The Great Global Warming Swindle," recently aired on Britain's independent Channel Four television network, and shown on Capitol Hill, and the surfacing of policy circles in Denmark, in support of a Schiller Institute-drafted plan for a maglev project connecting two major Danish cities, are all indicative of the intensive policy brawl occurring around life and death issues. All of this is also taking place at the moment that the international post-Bretton Woods financial system is in its final phase of disintegration.
It is in response to these developments, LaRouche charged, that the usual suspect London promoters and protectors of both Vice President Cheney and former Vice President Gore, have again chosen to act with their customary reckless disregard for the truth in the Sunday pages of The Observer.