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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Credit: Flickr/World Economic Forum CC2.0

March 14, 2024 (EIRNS)—After “MacBibi” Netanyahu’s March 12 AIPAC rant, it was clear to even the sympathetic, that he had to go. Enraged by the 2024 Annual Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community report which said that “Distrust of Netanyahu’s ability to rule has deepened and broadened across the public from its already high levels before the war, and we expect large protests demanding his resignation and new elections,” King Bibi told the assembled, “The truth of the matter is that the people of Israel overwhelmingly support the policies set forth by myself and my government. They overwhelmingly support the need for total victory. Overwhelmingly. They overwhelmingly oppose the idea of having a Palestinian state rammed down our throat.”

Senator Chuck Schumer, who represents Wall Street, the City of London and their Anglophile section of the “intelligence community,” as well as, incidentally, a party facing defeat in the November election, was not overwhelmed. He spoke for 40 minutes on the floor of the United States Senate, and called for Netanyahu to yield: “I also believe Prime Minister Netanyahu has lost his way by allowing his political survival to take precedence over the best interests of Israel…. He has been too willing to tolerate the civilian toll in Gaza, which is pushing support for Israel worldwide to historic lows. Israel cannot survive if it becomes a pariah…. At this critical juncture, I believe a new election is the only way to allow for a healthy and open decision-making process about the future of Israel, at a time when so many Israelis have lost their confidence in the vision and direction of their government.”

Victoria Nuland got that news last week; Netanyahu is getting it this week. “There is a limit to the tyrant’s power,” especially if the tyrant is as limited as these two. Beyond that limit lies a higher power, the power of ideas, such as the ideas promulgated in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

On the top of the LaRouche Oasis Plan palm card, the question is posed, “Is Humanity Morally Fit To Survive?” As France’s foolish Macron, who is partly blaming Putin for France having been unceremoniously thrown out of its former African colonies, proposes to deploy French and other troops to join the war in Ukraine officially, rather than illegally and clandestinely, yet all the while claiming, “they’re not really there for combat,” the Vatican Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin warns of nuclear escalation: “The risk of a fatal ‘drift towards nuclear war is a real one…. I believe that it is more that the various actors in this tragic situation may become even more entrenched in their own interests, not doing what they can to achieve a just and lasting peace.’”

Visionaries are what is needed—people like German statesman Walter Rathenau, the Foreign Minister who, in 1922, repudiated any financial or territorial claims of the German government on the nation of Russia, then the newly-formed Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Russia reciprocated, and they signed the Rapallo Treaty on April 16, 1922. Rathenau’s view of economic policy was that “We are not here for the sake of possessions, nor for the sake of power, nor for the sake of happiness: We are here that we may elucidate the divine elements in the human spirit.”

Rathenau was assassinated two months later, even as Hjalmar Schacht, the future Finance Minister of the Third Reich, was being sponsored by brothers John Foster and Allen Dulles, to do the exact opposite—to loot Germany, through a set of raw materials monopolies, which became cartels like IG Farben, the architects of the Auschwitz death-camp. Their ideas of economy flowed from a “beast-man” conception of humanity, as that is seen in today’s ongoing ethnic cleansing of Gaza, juxtaposed to the simultaneous meetings in the United States to sell real estate in Israel—including in the illegal settlements in the West Bank.

There is a “morally fit to survive” response occurring, however. Demonstrations have succeeded in shutting some of these land-grab meetings down. On Monday night, Oscar-winner Jonathan Glazer, writer-director of the Holocaust drama “The Zone of Interest,” standing alongside producers James Wilson and Len Blavatnik said, “Right now we stand here as men who refute their Jewishness and the Holocaust being hijacked by an occupation which has led to conflict for so many innocent people, whether the victims of October the 7th in Israel or the ongoing attack on Gaza.” That creates a potential Army-McCarthy Hearings/"Have You No Shame?” moment for the ADL, and its decades-long misuse and weaponization of the “anti-Semitism” slander.

Until now, it has yet to be sufficiently appreciated, how many lives have not been saved, how much wealth has not been developed, and how many discoveries have not been made, because of the slander of Lyndon LaRouche as “anti-Semitic.” LaRouche was to be deterred from exposing, as he had in his famous 1971 debate with economist Abba Lerner, the fascist economic deindustrialization and depopulation policies of Wall Street and the City of London’s creation, Hjalmar Schacht. These policies and their view of humanity are the substrate of the present wars. The LaRouche Oasis Plan, especially its video version, and the Zepp-LaRouche “Ten Principles” manifesto for humanity, are the way to change government, to make it human again.