British Intelligence Behind Fake News Smears of Trump!

British Intelligence Trips Over Its Own Lies

The role of British intelligence in running the fraudulent campaign to paint Donald Trump as a dangerous agent of Russia and Vladimir Putin, who are supposedly subverting American freedom and democracy, has taken the proverbial “one step too far.” Remember Army chief counsel Joseph Welch, in the Army-McCarthy hearings in 1954, towards the end of the Truman/McCarthy anti-communist witch hunts? When McCarthy went after a young lawyer in Welch’s law firm as a communist for having been in the Lawyer’s Guild, Welch replied: “Now, Sir, you have gone to far. Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency?” That exchange essentially finished off that portion of the filthy British operation to tear apart the Franklin Roosevelt legacy in America — although other British operations continued in other forms to this day.READ MORE

Happy Birthday Hamilton!

260 years ago today, Alexander Hamilton, our nation’s first Treasury Secretary, was born. In his honor we are republishing Lyndon LaRouche’s 1987 “In Defense of Alexander Hamilton” essay wherein LaRouche writes: “The connection between inventions of the mind, and the increase of the physical productive powers of labor, is the kernel of the American System. What I have accomplished, is to show that it is possible to predict mathematically the rates of the increased physical-economic growth which will result from an effective use of a specific sort of mental production of a new technology. On this basis, I have been able to provide a new, stronger scientific proof for the reasons that Hamilton’s American System promotes depression-free economic growth, and why Adam Smith’s doctrine must always lead a nation to new disasters.”READ MORE

Protecting Sources & Methods vs. National Interest: An Interview with Ray McGovern

LPAC’s Jason Ross sits down with Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, Ray McGovern (CIA analyst 1963-1990) to discuss the alleged Russian interference in the November 2016 U.S. elections. In this excerpt, McGovern uses an instructive lesson from his time at CIA to make the case that there are times when the nation’s interest is more important that “protecting sources and methods.” This, McGovern states, is one of those moments, if, in fact, there are sources at all for the “Russian hack.”READ MORE

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