Too fricking easy

Upon seeing this, which is someone posting at “amazonsellercommunity” forum the sidebar category “Larouche Corner”, I thought I may as well go ahead and break my “one month moratorium”. Also I need to make a mental note to change a few things with that. Originally, my thought was that that last internal demonstration spit out from the organization was that this thing was heading nowhere and could wait, added with other materials of interest, where I could pick back up with some added context on what, exactly, is developing within this flailing little organization.

As interesting as this all may be, where we see Lyndon Larouche adjusting to the fact the baby boomers in his NEC appear to have just walked out of the building and so he clings mightily to the Larouche Youth Movement he is trying to prime for their role in carrying on the faith past his death (and he should be able to die happy with that delusion, I suppose), and while one can dissect all of this any way one pleases — I note that there is no printing and the website malfunctioned last month… (yes, asking about why we can’t hand out literature so much is, how do I say, darkly amusing)…

I have a gut feeling the dozen dozen Larouche Youth Members and the dozen dozen fellow travellers are being readied for their college tour. And I have a further gut feeling that the focus is less likely to be on the Mortgage Crisis and Bear Stearns — while the economy is certainly affecting them by way of lack of immediate job prospects and adding to natural anxieties and furthering the destruction to student loans, they’re not losing their homes — and more onto what I spot as a decipherable shift of focus onto the evils of Barack Obama. More or less, Lyndon Larouche has concocted a storyline whereby he can situate him with the campaign of Hillary Clinton in saving civilization.

At first I would think that such a thing as the following could wait a month, one more item of manure onto a sewage pile that extends over four decades. News flash! Lyndon Larouche is Racist! Why — that’s the end of this man’s political career — never to be elected to anything! (Like so, the comment to the Washington Monthly article: “Next month — The Washington Monthly blows the lid off the Prohibition Party!”). But then there’s the title of that thread, “If You Have Teenagers, Watch Out for this Cult”. About the only power Larouche wields is that of inducing a handful, and mindful only a handful, of youngsters to join his fantasy world. I have seen Larouchies swivel around old quotations a bit, and something fresh with a more difficult job to hide behind “code words”, and right into its original context, probably would be beneficial.

Frankly, I am a bit surprised it took Dennis King a few days to post them up to his website. Anyway… um… what it is that is wrong with Barack Obama:

I mean: Obama is a racist. I mean, with an African father–he wasn’t much of an African father, but was an African father of Kenya. He was part of a British operation, which took over Kenya, through MI5’s operation. But this guy was away from Kenya, and he married a Margaret Mead type, a woman who had a number of successive husbands, like Margaret Mead did. Went out to the poor, brown people, in Asia, and had sex with them! It was called “Coming in Samoa.” [groans, laughter]
And she wore through a number of successive husbands, and by them, had various children. And therefore, you’ll find Obama’s ancestry, if you chase his family tree, everybody’s climbing and swinging from the branches there–from all over the world! All parts of the world! This guy is the universal man. Every monkey in every tree, from every part of the world, has participated in the sexual act of producing him. And he works for organized crime–which is a branch of British intelligence.

So why are people sucked into this thing? And what’s wrong with the way we react to this phenomenon, as it affects the population in general? It’s not just Obama. Obama is a disease, but he’s not the infectious agent that caused the disease. He’s a product of the disease, not a cause of it. (April 13, 2008)

Alrighty then. I note a few things. Number one: Webster Tarpley has a new book out. I want to ask the question of why it is that past his life in the Larouche organization, and even assuming he maintains the basic ideological framework including his version of that dastardly British Empire which continues to orchestrate such things as 9/11 and perpetual economic collapses, why his line always seems to remain with Larouche’s — including its attendent contradictions and contrivancies. But whatever, the one thing you can say about Webster Tarpley: he’s not stupid enough to run through the problems with Obama’s ancestory.

Another thought: a while ago I noticed the presence of a Larouche disciple at the leading White Supremicist website forum for His audience appeared to be a bit skeptical, and so he insisted they read the pamphlet “Christian Economics” which would show that Larouche had “love for the white man in spades.” If this fellow is reading this, perhaps he can profer this speech over there and garner his raising of funds or whatever.

3 Responses to “Too fricking easy”

  1. Justin Says:

    Well, this quote is now working its way around the Internet.

    Doggonit, I could have posted it, well… second.

  2. rachel holmes Says:

    As a good friend of mine once said, “Lyn is his own worst enemy. And that’s saying a lot.”

    He and I then laughed for five minutes straight.

  3. Justin Says:

    To address something “Goat” has been posting on various blogs:

    He is hitting onto a particular, I guess you can call it insecurity but that is not quite the right word, on my part. But it is one I shrug off almost completely. If you go back to March of 2007, you see that I essentially shout “AND…. DONE!!” with regards to my — specialization — with Lyndon Larouche. But the next time I looked over, I saw that, how do I put it, a man had jumped off a highway Intersection, and so I was dragged back — a little warily as evidenced by such commentary titles as “A Topic I’m slightly apologetic for carrying on with.”

    Skip forward to April of 2007. The NEC is in tatters — and I wish the long serving members there good luck — , and not for the first time I state that the topic is dead to me for a month. Then Larouche makes a point of his douche-baggery in a chummy address to his LYMers (who he is trying to work into some responsibilities in his cult and recounting his version of how they failed him and they must succeed) — and thus is born “Monkey – Gate”, words that should be propped into every card table shrine at every college campus they pop onto, and my thought being on why I had to trudge right back with this post, and another one shortly, basically an echo of:

    Snark aside, this diary is not meant to be a joke. I am amazed at the number of college-aged progressives who take LaRouche and his Kool-Aid drinking minons seriously. Oh well sure they are an little weird and I really don’t know who Lyndon LaRouche is but I’m glad they are saying something about Bush/Cheney is a all too common refrain. I hope this little tidbit (ie LaRouche calls Obama a monkey) will help to wipe the scales from the eyes of young but naive progressives.

    (Hey, revenire! “Man who killed Jeremiah Duggan”! Sic em, why doncha? EAT THAT BLOG FOR LUNCH!! AND… incidentally: see that X-Man writer funning about Lyndon?)

    Larouche is his own worst enemy: I report, you decide.

    But there is an echo here of when I blogged less seriously regarding Larouche, but nonetheless brought some stuff up every once in a while. So I posted something, I think relating to a local politician, and a Larouchie commented “Hey! Post more Larouche stuff. This other stuff sucks.” Interesting. A couple weeks later, I post something relating to Larouche and receive the comment, from the same poster, “What? Are you obsessed with the guy?” Really amusing.

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