I do not believe that this is a very good one of these things. I posted a couple of paragraphs from each of my previous bunch of blog posts, and came up with a different author each time. I suppose “blogging” is not writing, or it is a type of writing which will bias everyone to certain authors over others — David Foster Wallace is an obvious skew, the footnotes within footnotes in Infinite Jest essentially a type of hyper-text. Wallace is the first author who showed up twice.
My last post about Lyndon Larouche and the organization that surrounds him? HP Lovecraft! That seems appropriate somehow.
Regarding the Tea Party “Lenin, Obama, Hitler” sign controversy —
— leave it to prison planet to provide commenters deploring the cowardice of the movement for taking the sign down.
Also not always that difficult to find a fusion point for Larouche Inc.
I wonder how long they had to search for someone who didn’t actually agree with the sign?
So, I went over and contacted Adolf Hitler for comment on the “Lenin, Obama, Hitler” sign.
He responded with such a fury upon seeing the sign, that I had to run out of the room in fear of my life. Quite a spectacle. I don’t speak German, so I didn’t quite get what he said.
Such a thing as “neo-cons” and “paleo-cons” exist, don’t they? Also, quite a lot of the politically left/progressive people posting on the countless Internet forums based in the United States who use language like ‘NeoCon’ and ‘Zionist’ and ‘PaleoCon’ are either Lyndon LaRouche acolytes or have been unwittingly influenced by LaRouche’s propaganda without being entirely certain of where they picked up that language and ideology. Any time you read an Internet posting where the OP sounds like Rosie O’Donnell with a conspiracist opinion about everything, you’ve basically entered LaRouche-land.
Reaches a frustration point.
Noteworthy. Rick Barber. The Republican Congressional Candidate who ran a campaign where he told various Founding Fathers that “He would impeach” Obama. He lost the nomination — 60 to 40. Discounting intimations surrounding Darrell Issa — which remain intimations, albeit of a type you can probably find with, say, Bob Barr in 1994 — that leaves Kesha Rogers in the “Impeachment” Caucus.
… Breaking News! …
Okay, we’re done with the breaking news, we now return to regularly scheduled programming.
Update on the Summer Shields campaign!
As they were packing up, Joe E. boasted that they’d interested many locals in the LaRouche platform during their afternoon stint in front of the Post Office. They loaded up their literature and umbrella and were off to retrieve two other true believers who had been posted in a small foothill town for the day. In our thirty minute discussion Joe continually tapped his finger on one of LaRouche’s books as if it contained Biblical prophecy; their candidate, Summer Shields, seemed barely an afterthought.
Today’s wikipedia updates.
Well, first of all, I knew full well what this question was getting at.
But is the current picture the best we can do for this movement or is this picture a fair representative of the movement’s Political Advocacy? Weaponbb7 (talk) 17:08, 28 June 2010 (UTC)
It might be surprising that I’m not a fan of the image for that purpose, though I don’t know if the mass choral singing will get the Larouchies any better propaganda points.
Anyway, looking at Weaponbb7’s profile — I guess he’s not your HK sock puppet. But this is the reason the Larouchies would hate that photograph use.
Face front and smile. Maybe wikipedia can get permission for that photograph? I don’t know.
Wikipedia is currently stumbling on how to cover the activity surrounding Obama.
Meantime, Marshal MacMahon has been removed for “Sock Puppetry“. He’s a big fan of Stanislav Menshikov, and resents a description of the word “blather” to describe his praise for Larouche.
And this seems a bit self-serving a “solution“.
If you were to move this section because there is an article devoted to LaRouche’s views, wouldn’t you also have to move the sections on the US Labor Party, Jeremiah Duggan and Kenneth Kronberg as well, because there are articles about them? That might actually be a good idea, because this article is too long. Marshal MacMahon (talk) 12:47, 14 July 2010 (UTC)
Wikipedia presents some problems on certain topics. Here’s an issue with Webster Tarpley, for instance. By any reasonable measure, the “Kennebunkport Warning” controversy should be covered in the Wesbter Tarpley topic, as it was a demonstration of his methodology in trying to claim credence from anti-war activists such as Cindy Shehan, and in the recripocal relationship whereby anti-war activists such as Shehan ask Tarpley to buzz off. Yet, it was a controversy which existed in a very limited universe — the 9/11 Truth land — outside mainstream media not noting it. There was this strange instigation from this cartoon published by rense, and rense.com served up several articles on this. So, there you go : it exists in the weird virtual space that Webster Tarpley resides in, and can shuffle things away whenever he pops his head out of the ground.
So we get this as an explanation for its deletion.
Is that right? We passed another Crash Point of Hyper-Inflation?
Another world-historical Lyn-forecasted “crash” was to occur, too. Crash, Crash, Crash. I am for skin. For skin. No more knife fights.
I thought July 16th 2010 was date certain and with interest. He has NEVER been wrong. Never. I thought I had lived THIS history. This is living history? Is this living? Living this is, or should be.
Does bread cost $100,000 in your area today? I bought hot dog rolls last night and got a good deal — two eight-packs for $1.50. Sale price. A two-fer right before Weimar. Wow. And in see-through plastic bags. Oil was used, somewhere.
You know, David Lindsay is really odd.
In fact, LaRouche’s theory of a nefarious global Anglophile network is also held by neoconservatives. And there is more than a touch of New Labour about him, with his hysterical hatred of Britain and his incessant abuse of the Queen.
Tony Blair and Gordon Brown hate the Queen?
Anyway, while I’m trying to create a political coalition as described by David Linday, it seems a moot point. The End Game is ON!!!
More centered here. Oh, yeah. Dark Ages round the Bend! Dark Ages for Everyone! It’ll be fun.
LaRouche (with his following) seems a throwback to the early 20th century; wherein scientists like the Huxleys also mused upon spiritualism. LaRouche claims descent from Vladimir Vernadsky, specifically. […] Vernadsky and LaRouche remind me of Ayn Rand and other such holistic, secular prophets. LaRouche, perhaps more Randian in his interest in politics.
It’s enough to follow this: voiceofelijah2012 Says: July 14th, 2010 at 4:45 pm economy is tanking, the system is failing, but make sure you spend your money on this guy and make him rich. lol foolish people.
look my way through email spam.
My grief counselor suggested I make a list of things that might fill the sudden – but expected – void in my existence. […]
Clear out e-mail; send credit card information to Nigerian prince and Lyndon Larouche.
Help us, Commander Chakotay. Only he can save us from the Impending Dark Ages Interval.
I went to a LYM meeting once they yelled about Cheney and then tried to get me to come back with promises of Commander Chakotay from Star Trek Voyager at the next meeting. I would have gone for Riker.
I confused LaRouche with LaVey for a second and got pretty excited over the OP but then I read on and was rather disappointed.
i wanna meet a larouche nut so i can tell him to stick a square up his rear end and double it.