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This article appears in the August 28, 2009 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Blair Circles React to LaRouche Breakout

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Aug. 20—Reports from Britain are that the circles of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair are, once again, attempting to organize a propaganda campaign against U.S. statesman Lyndon LaRouche. These moves come in reaction to the mass strike opposition inside the United States that threatens to defeat the Nazi-like policies of the British-controlled U.S. President Obama—a wave of mass ferment of which LaRouche has been widely recognized by the world's media as the catalyst and most visible leader.

The pretext for the anti-LaRouche freakout by Obama-controller Tony Blair, centers around the case of Jeremiah Duggan, a British national, who killed himself by running into traffic on a busy highway in Wiesbaden, Germany, in March of 2003. The investigation conducted by German authorities at the scene concluded that Mr. Duggan committed suicide. Subsequent investigations, in both Germany and England, have confirmed the original conclusion.

Circles connected to the British Fabian Society and Blair, who have manipulated the Duggan family, have repeatedly tried to reopen the investigation as a pretext to go after LaRouche.[1] All authorities, both German and British, who have examined their claims, have ruled them to be without merit. Now, in late June of this year, the Duggan family, accompanied by Blair's minions, claim to have presented still "new evidence" to the Attorney General for England and Wales, and to the German Embassy in London, that would cast doubt on the original investigation.

Since the original investigation by the German authorities was based on eyewitness accounts and analysis of on-the-scene evidence by forensic experts, all of which has been thoroughly reviewed, the only "new evidence" that could possibly be relevant, is evidence that would shed light on the motivation of those associated with Blair, who continue to lie about the case.

Such new evidence falls into two categories:

First, is evidence, known to the family at the time of Jeremiah's suicide, but concealed since, of the mental-health history of the deceased, that would reveal the reasons that Mr. Duggan would take his own life.

Second, is the new evidence that is surfacing in the case of Dr. David Kelly, a British intelligence specialist, who had exposed Blair's lies leading up to the Iraq War, and who died several months after Mr. Duggan, under suspicious circumstances, but which British authorities ruled a suicide.

The fact is, that, prior to the U.S. and British governments' commitment to proceeding with Prime Minister Tony Blair's war in Iraq, LaRouche had appeared twice in interviews on the BBC, on the subject of the heated campaign for war by both the Bush Administration and the Blair government. During those interviews LaRouche had denounced the war policy as premised on fraudulent arguments as to fact.

Shortly after those BBC appearances by LaRouche, Dr. Kelly, a leading intelligence officer of the U.K., had truthfully denounced the Blair government's pro-war propaganda as "sexed up." Shortly after that statement by Dr. Kelly, he was found dead, in what was hastily, but officially, alleged a "suicide" by relevant circles linked to the Blair government. Those officials in the U.K., under the direction of the Fabian Society's Blair, defended Blair's lies, and proceeded to bring the U.S.A. into Blair's and Vice President Cheney's Iraq War.

It was in the aftermath of those developments, and LaRouche's continuing denunciation of Blair's role in the fraudulent launching of the war, that the suicide of Duggan was twisted by Blair's circles, into the British government's fraudulent use of that suicide to spread wildly concocted lies against LaRouche, in an effort to draw attention away from the issues surrounding the death of Dr. Kelly.

[1] See "Behind the Kelly/Wilson/Duggan Affair: Anatomy of a Defamation Campaign," EIR, March 18, 2005.

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