by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
September 2, 2008
Hola a todos, mirad lo que dice Lyndon
LaRouche (ver más abajo). Esperemos que tenga razón. Si no la lleva,
mala suerte, pero como la lleve, eso sí que serían buenas noticias,
porque parece que estuviese anunciando el comienzo de los grandes
Del texto completo destaco un par de párrafos (traduzco abajo):
"There Is Virtually No Candidate"
…The situation right now, is that the election could be called off,
while the nation operates under an unelected "emergency government,"
for the duration of the presently onrushing global, economic
La situación ahora mismo es que la elección (USA) podría ser anulada,
mientras la nación opera bajo un gobierno de emergencia no elegido,
mientras dura la situación actual de crisis económica, etc....
…it is probable that neither will be a standing candidate come
Es probable que ninguno [de los candidatos presidenciales actuales]
llegue a ser candidato activo para Noviembre-08.
…Many things are about to change, and that more or less profoundly,
very, very soon.
Muchas cosas están a punto de cambiar, y más o menos de forma
profunda, muy, muy pronto.
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The inside information is, contrary to anything
different that only foolish people might believe, both putative Presidential
candidates are now doing nothing as much as losing the general election. The
voters are panicked by the state of the economy, on which neither of the two
has a clue, or is likely to ever discover a clue.
Cheney can start World War III very soon,
in which case neither Obama or McCain would ever be President.
right now, is that the election could be called off, while the nation
operates under an unelected "emergency government," for the duration of the
presently onrushing global, economic breakdown-crisis.
The only leading issue on the electorate's mind is the plunging state of the
U.S. and European economies, which means that Obama's constituency as
November approaches, will be, basically, the serried ranks of some Buppies
and Boomers, that is, if the chain is not pulled on Obama, as has been
expected, by some time during September-October.
Meanwhile, Senator McCain's virtual breakdown in accepting the Governor of
Alaska as a stand-in for the Senator Lieberman whom he really wanted,
combined with the effect of several factors on the Obama candidacy, means,
that, as of this moment, it is probable that neither will be a standing
candidate come November. Gustav came as a welcome excuse for many
Republicans' non-attendance at this week's opening of the nominating
convention. Of course, nothing is certain, except chaos, unless we become
lucky and get an option I would prefer.
British thuggery pushed Hillary out, but it also wrecked the Democratic
Party's likelihood of winning the election.
The problem is not limited to the intellectual incompetence of the two
Presidential candidates. In effect, letting the British (e.g., Rohatyn,
Soros) steer muddleheaded Nancy Pelosi into virtually shutting down the U.S.
Congress for most of the past two years, and eliminating the only leading
pre-Presidential candidate who has shown the ability to think like an actual
President, the U.S.A. does not have the prospect of an actually functioning,
properly elected President assuming office come January.
It is the reigning Federal political system, in the Executive Branch, and
the leadership of both branches of the Federal legislature, together with
the leading press, which are responsible for the general breakdown of the
Federal political system at this time.
I am not proposing that that will be the situation come November
election-day. In a situation like the present global financial and strategic
crisis, the candidates nominated by the time the Republican conventions
ends, may not be candidates when election-day arrives. Past Labor Day, the
fact of the incompetence of the present top leaders in the Congress, the
candidates, and the major press, will have begun to kick in.
You can nominate a zero, but no sane person would ever believe for long,
that it was actually our President. So, Gustav saved many leading
Republicans from disgusting themselves by attending the Republican
As things stand now, the name of the next President
of the U.S.A. might turn out to have been "None of the Above."
As usual, when I am abroad for a few weeks, there has been a bit of an
emotional breakdown in places such as Leesburg. Don't let that discourage
you; it happens regularly, and we have always survived such fits by the
usual suspects before. In the meantime, we shall continue to do our job, and
pay little attention to the perennial gaggle of silly gossips.
Many things are about to change, and that more or less profoundly, very,