To the Editor:

I want to show my respect to Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., the world's greatest political-economic statesman, who died Feb. 12.

While America stagnates from a debt overload brought about by succumbing to the Anti-American British Free-Trade policies of looting based on devastating speculation, usury and gambling that have always been the enemy of this Republic, many nations are joining China's Belt and Road Initiative which is based on LaRouche's World Land-Bridge concept he developed over 40 years as the way to world peace and prosperity.

Neither President Trump, nor anyone else, will ever make America the most admired, loved and prosperous nation in the world without LaRouche's Four Laws Economics program. Trump can't make America great again without LaRouche's economics program.

Thirty years ago, LaRouche and a group of associates were railroaded into prison with lengthy sentences for crimes they did not commit. The frame-up and jailing of LaRouche, facilitated by years of lying media vilification of LaRouche and his movement, which continues to this day, was carried out by the same British-run political apparatus - in many cases, by the same individual hit-men including Special Counsel Robert Mueller - that today is out to topple the president.

Because they were able to carry out that injustice against LaRouche, despite massive opposition nationally and internationally from prominent civil rights and human rights leaders, elected officials and legal scholars, they are at it again, today on a grander scale. With LaRouche's jailing, America and the world were deprived of the ideas of our most illustrious statesman and economist.

It's time that the damage done by LaRouche's incarceration be repaired, not only because such a terrible injustice was done to LaRouche the man, but because that injustice has emboldened the British Empire to use the same methods against a sitting President, which endangers all humanity. What better way to defend America and all humanity than to exonerate LaRouche, ensure that his policies are at last adopted and recognize his ideas for what they are: the acts of one of history's greatest geniuses, affording him his rightful place in history?

Ron Wieczorek

Mount Vernon