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Tibet “crisis”—British move to disrupt LaRouche’s “Four Power Alliance”, unleash world war

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04/02/2008 01:33 AM
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Tibet “crisis”—British move to disrupt LaRouche’s “Four Power Alliance”, unleash world war
Tibet “crisis”—British move to disrupt LaRouche’s “Four Power Alliance”, unleash world war

It is well understood in leading circles within China, India and Russia, that it is the policy of the British Empire to destroy the strategic partnership among them, in order to prevent any chance that they, together with a U.S. returned to the anti-imperialist policy of U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as advocated by U.S. statesman Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., will overpower the British axis and move toward an anti-globalisation “new financial architecture” as the current global financial system disintegrates.

LaRouche’s international investigative journal, Executive Intelligence Review, will soon document a years-long British effort to use China’s Olympic year for a massive territorial destabilisation, and possible secession of several provinces. Moreover, this is only one of numerous crises the British are unleashing in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Asia, also to be documented by EIR.

Western media outlets have run a co-ordinated campaign to blame recent rioting in Tibet entirely on China, including running pictures of Nepalese or Indian troops whom they claim to be Chinese.

But Economist journalist, James Miles, in Lhasa at the time the rioting broke out, described “ethnically-targeted violence that the Chinese themselves have also been trying to highlight ∑ What I saw was calculated targeted violence against an ethnic group, or, I should say, two ethnic groups, primarily ethnic Han Chinese living in Lhasa, but also members of the Muslim Hui minority in Lhasa.”

The rioters, Miles said, “marked those businesses that they knew to be Tibetan-owned with white traditional scarves. Those businesses were left intact. Almost every single other across a wide swathe of the city... was either burned, looted, destroyed, smashed into, the property therein hauled out into the streets, piled up, burned. It was an extraordinary outpouring of ethnic violence of a most unpleasant nature to watch, which surprised some Tibetans watching it.”

He also reported that the police did virtually nothing for several days, waited for the riot to run itself out, and only then moved in to secure the streets, “when they felt safe I think that there would not be massive bloodshed.”

After the original British invasion of Tibet in 1903, which sealed off Tibet from China, the British trained and armed a separatist army, under the 13th Dalai Lama in the early 1930s, to split Tibet from China, and they have continued to foster such networks ever since. Now, with co-operation around a new financial system and grand economic co-operation across Eurasia threatening them, the Brits have pulled the pin on their grenade.