The Berlin Conference Reprised

Clicking around, I see that Alex Jones had posted up 5 minutes of Larouche, using the words “friendly friends” and then carries off onto the tangeant of Death Camps, and how everyone is preparing to kill.  Within the week.  Never mind the predicted Inflation — everything has a kernal of truth somewhere, I suppose.

Amazingly, Alex Jones has disappointed me here.  I thought he had standards — rather odd standards, but standards nonetheless.  I always thought he stopped at around Webster Tarpley — mouthing much the same thing, I suppose.

It is time for an update on the wikipedia article on Jeremiah Duggan.  I have already expressed a measure of skeptism about it puttering forward any legal action, but nonetheless this conference is a significant development that needs to be added to this article.  Reading over the wikipedia article, I ponder what the objections from a Larouchian might be, aside from its very existence.  I’m sure they’re pleased with the German ruling, but the most damning item in the whole thing for Larouche and company is this.:

In November 2006, LaRouche issued a statement saying the allegations were a hoax stemming from a campaign orchestrated by Dick Cheney, the Vice-President of the United States, and Cheney’s wife.[20][19] In March 2007, he said the campaign was led by the “British Fabian friends of Dick Cheney and Al Gore,” and was aimed at discrediting him over his opposition to the Iraq war and his criticism of the man-made global warming hypothesis.[21]

A strange pick for the most damning item here, particularly as it comes straight from the larouchepac website response, and does not directly relate to the death scene.  But that’s the point.  Similar to Ruth Tuttle’s description in Younger Than That Now (go to part 3), wherein a street altercation is immediately blamed on a nefarious plot by Nelson Rockefellar to disrupt the organization.  At which point Tuttle decides to exit stage left.  But I don’t know who the “friendly friends” are conjectured to be in the cases of Duggan (perhaps the German police?) or the Rockefeller incident.  The imaginary power has enlarged.  Or maybe not, as evidenced by the threat of assassination posed by the Russians (now their friendly friends) in the 1980s.  The problem encountered in 1974 was limited becauses those were just street canvassers.  Jeremiah Duggan does not exist so much as an imaginary battle between the Dick Cheney / Al Gore tag-team and Larouche.  It does make me wonder what this person was thinking in terms of testing herself.

As the Alan Osler blog post about the Duggan conference features comments about the — er — seminal piece of work that was “Dope, Inc”, this dopers’ story might amuse someone.  And add to a misguided sense of righteousness amongst a group that celebrates and commemerates the highest reaches of culture, pooh-poohing gutter-level pop-culture.

Incidentally, a reminder for college scenes such as this one.  Don’t much overdo it — it’s not worth it — but this is pretty relevant at this moment.:

“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.”

But you already knew that.

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