Wieczorek Campaign Present During European Meeting

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Ron Wieczorek's Independent Campaign for South Dakota US House of Representatives was well represented and well received at a recent international conference near Bad Soden, Germany on June 30 hosted by the Schiller Institute.

At the left of the picture is Robert Baker, Wieczorek Campaign Volunteer and Jacque Cheminade, Former Candidate for President of France.

Below are leaders from Germany, Sweden and Denmark that proudly show their approval of Wieczorek's campaign for South Dakota US House of Representatives.

Europe Has New Leadership: Schiller Institute Conference Achieves All Its Objectives

July 2: The Schiller Institute's June 30-July 1 conference, just concluded in Germany, did what its founder and president, Helga LaRouche, had publicly proposed that the "migration summit" of the European Union June 28-29 should do.
               That was to focus European leadership on economic and infrastructural development of Africa through Europe-China cooperation, extending the Belt and Road Initiative through Southwest Asia and Africa. Thus will begin the only real solution to the crisis of migrant flows fleeing into Europe from terrorist wars and impoverishment in those regions. (The revival of European high-technology industry will of course flow from this process.)

                The EU summit was held without taking up LaRouche's proposal and, by all accounts, did nothing at all. But the Schiller Institute gathering, starting from the high standpoint of Mrs. LaRouche's keynote -- a new paradigm of international relations based on mutual development of nations -- achieved what the EU summit did not attempt, and established itself as a new leadership for Europe.

                The conference drew together 300 European leaders and activists for two days' non-stop discussion of extending the Belt and Road Initiative, with African leaders, Chinese and Russian diplomats and expert representatives, European expert economic and military speakers, and a dynamic "New Silk Road" organization from war-wracked Yemen. GBTimes, a Finland-based media company focusing on China, reported the proceedings extensively.

                Moreover, two American speakers in political circles supporting President Donald Trump, expressed strong support for the Schiller Institute's campaign to replace wars with development in these regions. Their presentations can be widely circulated in the United States as well.

                The planning documents for accomplishing this work are published by {EIR}: the Second Edition of {The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge}; the Special Report on extending the Belt and Road into the Mideast and Africa; and {Operation Felix} for Yemen reconstruction. A short video on the conference is available (see below); and the conference proceedings will be published in {Executive Intelligence Review} in coming weeks.

                Helga Zepp-LaRouche had forecast that the June 12 U.S.-North Korea summit would be a "game-changer" for the new paradigm, and invoked its spirit in her keynote speech. With a second Trump-Kim meeting already now mooted for the New York UN General Assembly session in September, the next potential game-changer, especially for ending "perpetual warfare" in southwest Asia, will be the summit of Presidents Trump and Putin.

                British opposition to that Helsinki summit is extraordinarily fierce; British intelligence's "Russiagate" campaign against President Trump aimed to make U.S.-Russian cooperation impossible, and to force the President from office for even considering it. U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis has just threatened in writing to end the U.S.-UK special defense relationship; and with Trump scheduled to meet British Prime Minister May three days before his summit with Putin, we have to be on full alert for British acts of sabotage against that summit.

                But Helga LaRouche also pointed to a much broader threat to the new paradigm -- a looming financial crash exploding out of a superheated global bubble of corporate debt which has been blown up by the "big four" central banks since the 2007-08 crash. Trump has forestalled that crash for a while with a huge corporate tax cut, but thereby likely only made it worse when it hits.

                Stopping that crash means implementing Glass-Steagall bank separation immediately, as voters in the United States and Europe keep demanding. And it requires establishing national credit institutions to replace the speculative casino debts which are likely to vaporize under Glass-Steagall.

                Such national credit is being issued by China's public commercial banks to drive the Belt and Road Initiative's development projects. But the United States and European countries have yet to rediscover Alexander Hamilton's method to do it. It is spelled out in Lyndon LaRouche's 2014 "four new laws to save the nation," and is what makes LaRouche's movement the new leadership.