This article appeared in the
June 25, 1999 issue of Executive Intelligence
LaRouche to Clinton:
Tell the truth about
China Embassy bombing
Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche issued the following statement on
June 14. On the same day, Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Pickering left for
Beijing; his mission, as Secretary of State Madeleine Albright described it,
was to ease the strain, and explain the "tragic accident," and urge that the
U.S. and China "get beyond" this incident, because of the importance of
relations between the two nations.
The proposal that the U.S. President do no more than "apologize" for the
willful bombing of China's Belgrade Embassy, is the worst possible course of
action the President could tolerate from his subordinates, such as Secretary
Albright. The evidence is clear, that that bombing could not have occurred in
any way but the [Global Positioning System] GPS targetting of a site which NATO
knew to be the codes for the China Belgrade Embassy.
The world, including the U.S.A. government, knows that that bombing was
intentional; to offer an apology which is based upon the lying assertion of
"only a tragic accident," is the worst possible action at this time, almost a
politically suicidal action, for the U.S. President's credibility among any of
the world's nations.
Granted, the British monarchy's agents and stooges, which actually
perpetrated that targetting, might try to assassinate President Clinton, and
also me, if the President were to tell the truth publicly. The fact remains,
that if the President goes along with Albright's proposed diplomatic lie, that
would only make it easier for the British monarchy's instruments to repeat its
assassinations of several Presidents, including Presidents Lincoln and
McKinley, in the past.
For a change, the U.S.A. should try telling the truth, rather than telling
non-offensive diplomatic lies for the pleasure of its traitors and other enemies.
[See also LaRouche's May 10 statement,
"Targetting of Chinese Embassy was Intentional."]