|This article appears in the February 15, 2008 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Kanjorski Caves In
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
U.S. Pennsylvania Representative Paul Kanjorski (D) publicly attacked the LaRouche-crafted 2007 HBPA (Homeowners and Bank Protection Act) at a Stroudsburg, Pennsylvannia press conference Feb. 4. The crucial feature of this attack was the Congressman's fraudulent charge against the HBPA, in which Kanjorski alleged, fraudulently (he knows better), that the intention of the HBPA is to launch a U.S. government takeover of the banks, which Kanjorski characterized as: "We fought communism to stop ideas like that."
Representative Kanjorski has to regain his courage, and tell the truth. The danger is not from "communism," but from a shamelessly fascist program modeled, by figures such as Felix Rohatyn, on the "infrastructure" policies of Italy's fascist Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler's and Hjalmar Schacht's Nazi regime. The actual key financier circles behind that so-called "infrastructure" scam, are centered around the circles of the same George Shultz and Felix Rohatyn who were key figures involved in the neo-Nazi regime of Chile's mass-murderous Pinochet. Rohatyn, a key political controller of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, is the leading spokesman for the explicitly fascist "infrastructure" scam pushed by the controllers of Schwarzenegger and the so-called Bloomberg option.
Kanjorski, like many other elected officials who have either endorsed, or were considering endorsing HBPA earlier, have come under massive pressure to lie about the HBPA, pressure from financier circles and captive politicians who capitulated to massive pressure from financier circles associated with the Presidential campaign conducted by New York Mayor Bloomberg's organization, on behalf of the explicitly fascist program on "infrastructure" policy recently announced, in a Los Angeles press conference held by Governors Arnold Schwarzenegger (Calif.), Ed Rendell (Pa.), New York's Bloomberg himself, and a representative of the flagrantly frank enemy of the nation-state, the Rockefeller Foundation.
The common delusion of victims of such pressures, such as Representative Kanjorski, is their swallowing of what they did, or must have known were nothing but the wild lies from certain financier and related circles, that the present financial crisis is a limited problem which the Federal Reserve System and related institutions can manage. In fact, what is in progress, as the relevant world-wide pattern of evidence shows conclusively, is a two-fold trend:
The problem to which elected officials such as Kanjorski must stand up is the issue of whether they choose to represent fascists such as Shultz, Rohatyn, and their stooges Schwarzenegger and Bloomberg, or represent the increasingly desperate interests of that great majority of the citizens who elect them? We need political leaders who have the guts not to cave in as Kanjorski did at Stroudsburg. Let us hope that our expression of "tough love" will bring Kanjorski back to his senses.