Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Trump vs the Oligarchy, Russiagate fraud

Trump is the target, but not the program.  Our President is trying to build infrastructure and do good things.... The City of London British Empire and NYC Wall Street oligarchy does not like production and doesn't believe in infrastructure or economic progress.  They are insane, running military war games, nuclear war scenarios, etc... Tune in for the Monday show, with your host Matthew Ogden and special guest, Mike Billington from Executive Intelligence Review magazine.

The world situation is very serious. You could say there are currently three scenarios spinning, each with the same purpose of ousting the elected President of the United States. In order of their appearance, they assert that Donald Trump should be out of office: 1) because he colluded with Russia to undercut U.S. elections; 2) because he is unhinged, and will foment nuclear war over N. Korea; or 3) because he is a racist. In other words, "Russia-Gate," "finger on the nuclear button," and now, "Charlottesville."
Thus, the LaRouchePAC-initiated mobilization to make known the July report, "Was the Russian Hack an Inside Job?" by the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) is not at all a simple move to "set the record straight" about a filthy operation, but a drive to bust up the whole treasonous coup operation against the United States, and defeat the neo-British Empire gang behind it.
Why are they doing these things? Because the potential is so great for the ever-strengthening New Silk Road drive to involve the United States—along with the Americas and all others—and finally and fully displace the rotting monetarist system. Trump has expressed pleasure at working with the leaders of this new paradigm—Pres. Xi Jinping and Pres. Vladimir Putin. Trump is on the record for favoring the key economic measures involved, Glass-Steagall and infrastructure. Lyndon LaRouche's "Four Laws" is out there to provide the guidance.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Russiagate fraud, vips report on Hillary leak

It was a Hillary Clinton leak, and a Hillary campaign tactic to show that Trump was somehow a Russian agent.... she did the dirty, not him... that is what the VIPS leak shows. Hilary tried to rig the election with her slander of Trump, but lost it.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

The British Monarchy Hacked Trump

Hey Harlem NY dudes, get the intel, get the groove.
If the Russians didn't do it, the hack, the leak, the subversion of Trump and the election, then who did it??????

Petition to President Donald Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20500
Lyndon LaRouche has stated that with respect to the ongoing fraudulent Russiagate scandal directed at President Trump, “The American people must demand that the ongoing treasonous British coup against the Presidency, and the nation itself, be stopped and the perpetrators prosecuted and imprisoned.” We, the undersigned, agree with that statement and the following:
  1. The Veterans Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) has presented evidence to President Trump that Russia never hacked the Democratic National Committee. The emails in question were leaked by an insider, not hacked, and were subsequently altered to attribute responsibility to Russia. A new special prosecutor should be appointed to investigate those responsible for perpetrating the resulting hoax which has so damaged and divided our entire nation.
  2. There is abundant evidence in the record showing that British institutions and agencies conducted a concerted attack on candidate and now President Donald Trump in order to influence and then reverse the U.S. election result. The actions of “former” MI6 agent Christopher Steele and his firm Orbis Business Intelligence—involved in creating false and salacious accusations against the president after being paid over $1,000,000 by supporters of Hillary Clinton—are fruitful targets for investigation, as are actions of GCHQ (the British NSA). If British interference is shown by a new special prosecutor’s investigation, the “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain should be cancelled in all respects.
In the words of LaRouche, “Cancel the British system. Save the people.” Printable version of petition.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Pregones Bronx NY Block Party

Pregones Bronx Block Party-- picture is Ms Melvis Santa

On Sunday August 6, with fine cool summer weather, Pregones Theater had their yearly block party in cooperation with La Casita of Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Through poetry, music, and stories, a remarkable group of artists gave voice to movements like gay/lesbian, women, and immigrants. Poetry performers featured were Safia Elhillo, Denice Frohman, Patricia Spears Jones, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Venessa Marco, Tracie Morris, Urayoán Noel, Gabriel Ramirez, Paul Tran, and Crystal Valentine, and music was by Haleh Liza, James Lovell, Melvis Santa & Ellas-Son, Orquesta Criolla Nacional de Puerto Rico, Mapeyé, and Be Steadwell, with Mr Baba Israel as MC.
    The first musical act was Melvis Santa and “Ellas-Son,” a group of women except for the male conga player. Melvis is kind of a sensation, being over 6 feet tall and wearing her hair in a high bun, with a wide ranging voice.  She was born and trained musically in Havana, Cuba, but now is based in New York. Melvis sung in Spanish, both slow numbers, and more upbeat dance music.
    The spoken poetry offered was helped by the distribution of a booklet with words. Venessa Marco did her signature piece “They Say I’m Off White,”  about the conflicts she has being a light-skinned black person. She spoke of both the penalties, as well as the privileges she sees she has for being light skinned. More emotional, almost unbearably so, was the next poet, Paul Tran.  His memorized poetry tells about his family from Saigon, Vietnam, then their working in a laundry, and what that means in his consciousness.

    Be Steadwell had an interesting take on poetry set to music.  She is a solo act and uses a recording device that records her basic rhythms in a loop.  “Worthy” was a cute song, where she reflects if she can overcome the voice saying “she’s not worthy, she will never be.”  Be Steadwell also did a strong cover interpretation of “Use Somebody” by the Kings of Leon group.

    Later, there was Puerto Rican country music with Orquesta Criolla Nacional de Puerto Rico, and Mapeyé playing  acoustic guitars, congas and with singing. For info on Pregones’ fall theater season, please see www.pregones.org

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Review of Sylvia Olden Lee Tribute at Carnegie Hall, NYC

On Thursday, June 29, the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture put on “Tribute to Sylvia Olden Lee” at Carnegie Hall. Sylvia was an accomplished pianist and voice coach who was the first African American employed as a professional at the NY Metropolitan Opera. This three-hour concert had the hall nearly full with 2000 people, including many high school youth.

Acapella spirituals by Elvira Green and Sheila Harris Jackson opened as they came walking on stage.  Then the Schiller Institute chorus followed with soloist Gregory Hopkins in “Lord, I Don’t Feel No-ways Tired,” followed by “Go Down Moses” and “Soon I Will Be Done.” The chorus had a surprising bell-like tone due to the use of the lower tuning of A=432 and great training.

Many singers were from the Harlem Opera Theater. Indira Mahajan, soprano sang “Ritorna vincitor!” (Return victorious) from the opera Aida. What really was incredible then were the scenes from the Verdi opera Don Carlos, with the 79-year-old baritone Simon Estes giving an incredible performance first as Don Carlos; and then as King Phillip, along with Kevin Short as the Grand Inquisitor.  Then, Rosa D’Imperio sang the heartbreaking aria from Don Carlos “Toi qui sus le neant.”  (You who know the nothingness…).

After the intermission, Robert Sims performed the iconic Schubert song “Who is Sylvia?” accompanied by Jeremy Jordan, who then played the Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3 in G-flat major by Schuber

More spirituals followed with Osceola Davis singing “Guide My Feet,” and Everett Suttle and Frank Mathis singing from the Roland Hayes spiritual song cycle “The Life of Christ.” The dramatic finale had the audience joining in, conducted by Roland Carter, in his arrangement of "Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

What a concert on June 29, Tribute to Sylvia Olden Lee at Carnegie Hall.  There were many notables in attendance including Minister Louis Farrakhan, whom Sylvia supported in returning to his classical violin studies and performance. Written tributes in the program ranged from Jessye Norman to Bobby McFerrin. A proclamation from the office of the Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray declared it Sylvia Olden Lee Day.  This was a fitting touch for a beautiful musical evening.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Harlem NY View of the War Danger

Harlem NY looking at the war danger under the new administration... No boys and girls, just because Obama is out doesn't mean that the nuclear war danger has gone away..... Can Trump handle it??
War Report For Sunday, March 12, 2017
1) US/NATO v. Russia
2) Syria and the War On ISIS
3) Israel v. Iran
1) US/NATO v. Russia
Two former NATO commanders, Breedlove and Stavridis, argue, in a new report published by RUSI, that NATO needs tot ake steps in the North Atlantic comparable to and in support of the actions it is taking in eastern Europe. “The North Atlantic is NATO’s lifeblood; it is the trans-Atlantic link,” Breedlove wrote in the RUSI report. “After two decades of relative calm, we now see a growing Russian threat to this region. The North Atlantic has become the testing area for Russia’s increasingly sophisticated submarines and aircraft.” Breedlove said that Russia has developed “offensive long-range, high-precision capabilities and is building high-end maritime capabilities that could deny NATO members freedom of maneuver at sea.” The RUSI report, says Stars and Stripes, argues that NATO has overlooked the North Atlantic maritime area, focusing instead on other areas, including Afghanistan, tensions in Ukraine and an alliance effort during the past two and half years to build up land forces along its eastern borders with Russia. “NATO must understand that because the North Atlantic plays an important part in Russian military strategic calculations — as evident in its growing naval and air force laydown — it is essential that the region become more central to NATO’s own planning, deployments and preparations,” Stavridis wrote in his contribution to the report.
To the Russians, this is nothing more than another exercise in NATO fear mongering. "All work is paid for, and this report is no exception. How objective it is and the competency of the person who prepared it is another issue. It's one thing if he has tried to give an objective picture, but if he wanted to spread some fear and think up some stories, that's quite another and it seems to me that in this case, it's most likely the second one," Nikolai Topornin, an associate professor of European Law at the Russian Foreign Ministry's Moscow State Institute of International Relations, told Radio Sputnik, in apparent reference to Breedlove. "The man has simply set himself the task of telling everyone that Russia was violating some kind of strategic standards, is strengthening its military presence, including naval and may constitute some kind of threat," Topornin told Radio Sputnik.
2) Syria and the War On ISIS
Rex Tillerson will be convening a meeting in Washington on March 22 to discuss the war against ISIS. Russia and Iran, two countries with forces directly engaged against ISIS in Syria won‛t be invited, however. Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov commented that it is quite possible to discuss the fight against Daesh without Russia's participation, but it is impossible to defeat them without Russia. Evgeny Satanovsky, head of the Moscow-based Middle East Institute, however, does note that there is US-Russian military cooperation in Syria, but that Trump doesn‛t want to discuss it because of the domestic political climate in Washington.
Fars News, meanwhile, citing something called Hawar news, reports that things aren‛t going swimmingly between the Turks and their proxies in the FSA. Hawar news quoted informed sources as saying that at least sixty Ankara-backed militants in al-Rai town in Northern Aleppo have dropped ties with the Euphrates Shield Operation over low salary and Turkish Army's indifferences to the promises it made to assist the militants.
And a senior official of the PYD warns that Turkey wants to occupy parts of northern Syria. "The territory that Turkey wants to advance to belongs to the Syrian state. These lands are part of Syria's sovereign system. Attacking these lands means attacking a sovereign state," said Ewwas Eli, responsible for foreign relations of the PYD's branch in Kobani. "Turkey wants to occupy Syria."
Meanwhile, the US State Department has declared Hayyat Tahrir al-Sham in a statement published on Friday. The reasoning is simple. The leader of HTS is Mohammad Al-Julani, commander-in-chief of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham, which was Jabhat al Nusra, which was Al Qaeda, and therefore should still be considered Al Qaeda. Al Masdar published the US statement in Arabic, but I can‛t find it in English.
3) Israel v. Iran
When Netanyahu was in Moscow, last week, he reportedly told Putin that any truce in Syria should see the departure of Iranian and Iranian-backed militias from the country. “We do not want to see Shia Islamic terrorism led by Iran step in to replace Sunni Islamic terrorism,” Netanyahu told the Russian President. “Iran continues attempts to destroy the Jewish state. They speak of this openly and write this in black and white in their newspapers. According to The Independent and other reports, IRGC militias are on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights in the form of a Shiite paramilitary group called the “Golan Liberation Brigade.” Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba, an Iraqi force backed by Iran, is “ready to take action to liberate Golan” from Israeli occupation, according to spokesman quoted by Iranian state media this week. “I made it clear [ti Putin] that regarding Syria, while Israel is not opposed that there should be an agreement there, we strongly oppose the possibility that Iran and its proxies will be left with a military presence in Syria under such an agreement,” Netanyahu said.
While Iranian-backed militias in Syria could probably cause trouble, it seems unlikely to me that they could come anywhere close to invading and capturing the Israeli occupied part of the Golan Heights. They would get pulverized before they got very far.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016