Obama is Next! They're Going to Get Him Out of the Way Next!
February 5, 2008 (LPAC)--Lyndon LaRouche has insisted since the start of 2008, that the British Intelligence plan for the US Presidential elections, is to eliminate every potential Democratic and Republican candidate, by whatever means, in order to pave the way for New York mayor Michael Bloomberg to ride to the Presidency as the American Mussolini. LaRouche has named George Shultz and Felix Rohatyn as the key agents of British influence in this Bloomberg scheme.Now, as voters went to the polls on Super Tuesday, the news of the day was that the major British dailies, the Independent and the Guardian, ran exposes on Monday, Feb. 4, of Senator Barack Obama's ties to imprisoned Chicago slumlord Antoin "Tony" Rezko, who will go on trial Feb. 25. The London Times ran its expose of the same facts last Friday, Feb. 1.
And, the British have an inside track on destroying Obama, through Rezko' business associate, an illusive Iraqi billionaire, Nadhmi Auchi, the Iraqi-born billionaire who is one of the richest men in Britain. "An undeclared $3.5 million (£1.8 million) payment from a corrupt Iraqi-British businessman has landed Barack Obama's former fundraiser behind bars," wrote the London Times on Jan. 31, 2008. London reportedly has quite a dossier on Auchi, which is being kept in reserve against Obama.
The London Independent writes that the "results" of Super Tuesday will not have an effect on Bloomberg. "Whoever comes out on top in tomorrow's Super Tuesday vote, a bitter struggle to become the Democratic nominee is expected to drag on for months," said the Independent. "There is still plenty of time for mud to fly and the back-story of the political fixer, "slum landlord" and alleged criminal Tony Rezko to become more familiar to Americans voters....
"Should Mr Obama win the Democratic nomination for the presidential race, the attack dogs of the Republican Party will be all over the "Rezko scandal". Mr Obama will be attacked for actions which though perfectly legal have left him vulnerable on one of his campaign's key selling points: his good judgement."
Bloomberg is clearly waiting in the wings. On his weekly mayoral radio show last Friday, Feb. 1, Bloomberg said that the Democratic Party battle for the nomination could go "maybe even all the way to the convention." And the divisiveness in both parties is seen as an "opportunity" for Bloomberg, according to some of his "operatives," reported the Associated Press, Feb. 5.