Brushing past Scott and into Kesha Rogers and Jacques Cheminade

I.  I don’t know that I’m all that interested in Scott Gaulke, who, if you’ve missed it, is a deplorable Internet Troll.    But here’s what I do find fascinating.
 LaRouche has been notified many times over about Scott Gaulke’s bizzare behavior. They have washed their hands of him. They suggest we do the same. Attornies are involved. All in time.

THIS is what I find interesting.  I think the evidence with factnet stacks up against such a proposition.   Still, it’s curious to see a suggestion of a disavowal.

While we witness to how larouche is greeted by a new audience:
 LaRouche is like Ron Paul mixed with neo-Nazi leader Frank Collin.
The man once set up a blog entitled “Justice for Jeremiah”, name matching the site that  which resembles his more permanent creep-tastic blog on a different subject than defending Larouche… 9 years later — Jeremiah Duggan.

II.  I note that KP George has left a message on this blog.  Which depresses me somewhat, as it suggests an element of responsibility in coming up with something substantial and meaningful to throw out there.  But I just don’t think KP George — assuming he campaigns at all — will lose to Kesha Rogers.

And the campaign goes as it does

Rogers is a part of a cult-like following of the LaRouche movement, which is led by failed Presidential candidate and convicted felon Lyndon LaRouche. His ideology has been mostly panned by every political expert as extremist,  socialist and anti-Semitic. LaRouche does not believe in issues that real Democrats believe in, and his own twisted thinking believes that impeaching President Obama would save us from a nuclear war and compares him to one of the worst criminals in the 20th century.
The Fort Bend County Democratic Party was embarrassed with Rogers’ win in 2010, and the Texas Democratic Party took the unprecedented step of disowning her. Kesha Rogers won because Democrats were not informed about her and her radical beliefs.
Rogers and her cohorts attended the Fort Bend County Democratic Party meeting on Monday, March 12, 2012. After giving her platform speech, which included her desire to impeach our President, Don Bankston made a motion that the Fort Bend County Democratic Party will not recognize the candidacy of anyone who is not in favor of the reelection of President Barack Obama. A quorum of precinct chairs was present. By a show of hands, all precinct chairs were in favor of this motion and none were opposed.
Democrats in District 22 need to be informed about Kesha Rogers, and we need the help of ALL MEMBERS OF FBCDP to pass out flyers to the Democrats in  District 22 before the Primary Election. Flyers can be picked up at the meetings of the Silver Democrats, Young Democrats, Sugar Land Democrats, and Southwest Suburban Democratic Women. You can also call 281-702-1091 to make arrangements to pick up flyers.

Also of note, the Kesha Rogers wiki editing gambits.  Actually, once you correct the typographical error, that is the reason she has for impeaching Obama.

I’m more distressed by New Jersey, and Diane Sare.  Why?  Well, she is campaigning… seemingly effectively… Howie G has a Diane Sare photograph.  And another.  AND more importantly…

Diane Sare –Given that the only candidate to even have a functioning website is the LaRouche Democrat, Diane Sare I’m not at all confident that they’ll be long lines at the polls come June 5.

That is a bad sign, isn’t it?  Yes, I know there’s this… Diane Sare not invited to candidates’ forum. … But… the signs are just a little too spotty for comfort.  Watching how much money the Larouchies let siphon into the Sare campaign.

In other “NOT Democrat” news… this.  And … complaining about Daily Kos — which is, a self described partisan blog… like it or not.  This is rather hperbolic:
In order to put the techniques used by the Daily Kos to quell dissent on their website into perspective, you have to understand that they are an extension of the Democratic Party media machine.  These types of manipulative media bursts are designed to distract readers or viewers from party dissent in order to keep loyalists in the fold.
No.  Mostly they’ll play standard tricks in usage of Larouche fools.   Looking over the sidebar at his blog here — Sinclair News –, I see a right of center Republican site.  Maybe this was just picked up for use here for that basic purpose (“Daily Kos Censored me!”) — from his website, which… is… if this means anything to larouche watchers out there — solonsays dot com.  Hm indeed.

III.   Jacques Cheminade updates.  The campaign continues.  I, uh, love the translations I’m picking up.

Jacques Cheminadeout of his whims and conspiracy theoriesis adamant: “We are openalways, in the crisis.” The evidence he said: “The tourniquet that requires Greece“.

Jacques Cheminade: ready to shake France.

Telegraph:   Now daytime viewers can learn perhaps more than they ever wanted to about maverick candidate Jacques Cheminade’s plans to build a “thermonuclear corridor” between the Earth and Mars. Rules apply until April 21, a day before round one.

Making Waves
Fortunately, there is Jacques Cheminade . This type, which is a repeat offender, managed to get through the cracks sponsorships. He finds himself an official candidate, with exactly the same space of media exposure that the outgoing president. […]

And then there’s mind-boggling stuff. Colonize the moon and Mars, or build a large Eurasian land bridge, it’s so wacky that pinched by believing dreaming. Yes, this is a candidate for the presidential election in France. But if there was it. His program is filled with pearls like this : “The acceptance of others and defining with it a desire to live together is the foundation of all human society.” Receive every man with a beautiful face, “says Treaty Avot (Fathers), I, 15. It is from this right foot that Jaures saw in secularism, which postulates originally a common human reason, “the end of the damned” “or” The real purpose of this project is to create conditions for a click culture through which any citizen can stand on the border of his own identity and of human knowledge. As such, the spirit who presides over cultural project and the educational project is the same. One and one are just two sides of a single stone. “

How not to laugh out loud? This is even more fun than the speech sounds in my ears like a pastiche, ultimately very successful (voluntarily or not, I do not know) the style of some quarters who use and abuse of jargon. Cheminade is not more incomprehensible than them. Some proposals are demagogic, but when we look at other programs (even those candidates of the governing parties) we realize that Cheminade simply just to make tons, but many of his proposals can be found at most low doses, in other programs. The character itself is a clown, but again, this is one of degree, not of nature, with its competitors. It is no different, it’s just “over”.

Sigh.  Newt Gingrich got this same treatment.   will not have shaken off his reputation as the wacky candidate, even if he revealed a knowledge of culture and science that few other candidates could match. With undisguised relish his questioners asked about his proposal to fund a space programme aimed at colonising the planet Mars.  “That’s only 20 pages out of 368 in my programme,” he pleaded. “It’s much more important to end speculation.”  But most viewers will probably remember the plan to conquer the cosmos … and the blown-upcover of the Tintin book Destination moon looming over the studio while the matter was discussed.

Making waves.  Jacques Cheminade, the candidate of Solidarity and Progress, is to overlook a detailed answer: he simply has not enough support to react in time before April 22 as he explains in his letter.

Jacques Cheminade SPEAKS OUT!
Except for some few honest journalists, most of national and international media are spending their time to make French voters believe that I’m a weirdo or an extremist.  […]  The media tries to misinform the people about me and my program but it is now backfiring against them.
point five percent, right?
Four million French viewers tuned in last Thursday to see Cheminade appear on a special election edition of “Des paroles et des actes” (“Words and Actions”), a political TV show on the public network France 2. Later that evening, it was Trotskyite Nathalie Arthaud’s turn to present her party platform. Arthaud wants to abolish the free market economy, and sings the praises of the dictatorship of the proletariat.
Both are Trotskyite sects, aren’t they?

IV.  TOUR.  Spanning the Globe.

Haha loser, so when is La Rouche going to win the US Presidency and send us back to the Bretton Woods monetary system?
You’re just a lunatic who wants billions of dollars spent on themselves for some frivolous reason – be it NBN porn or some jobs boondoggle
I receive emails from the cec, they’re always good for a laugh.
Here’s some highlights:
STOP the British drive for WORLD WAR III!
Does the Queen’s personal bank push drugs?
Netanyahu to ignite a thermonuclear WWIII?
More U.S. patriots fight back against Obama war drive
Isherwood: I support the Greek people against fascist banker tyranny
Those deadly, Green Nazi solar panels
And on and on and bloody on…


College administrators said earlier this month that the rules were drafted after several students complained about supporters of Lyndon LaRouche setting up a table in front of a college bookstore in November 2010. LaRouche is a perennial presidential candidate who has likened President Obama’s health-care law to the work of the Nazis. According to college officials, the students felt they were being harassed.
Dateline Sierra Madre …
Actor Barry Schwam took a one man stand against the hatred being spead by the Lyndon LaRouche campaign and makes some compelling arguments why we should not listen to such propaganda:
“Everyone has a right to protest and to state their opinion; that goes without saying. But the Laroush psychotics (really, that is what they are; psychotics) are as brainwashed as their message. You cannot argue with them, as the basis for their arguments are not in truth, but belief in their “god” Lyndon LaRouche. LaRouche is an ungracious, charismatic loudmouth, full of hate. And that is the perfect leader for a psychotic. And it would be funny, if it weren’t so degrading to the Presidency, that they equate President Obama to Adolf Hitler. It is funny, because their own “leader” LaRouche, is followed blindly by them, in much the same way the Hitler youth followed Hitler.
My wife is a psychologist, and I understand psychoses. It is a mental disease that weakens the soul and the mind, and is the basis for so many of movements and campaigns of all sorts, that run our society.
So stand strong everybody, and hold on to your common sense. Know what you know, and see what you see. All will balance out in the end.”

Dateline Shrewsbury

The fliers they handed out asked to impeach Obama because of his recent attack on the Supreme Court, where he told the justices to leave Obamacare alone.
You have to earn respect. This man is an usurper in the white house, hes lied and violated the constitution, he must go

Dateline Hopatcong
“World War 3 will kill a lot of people,” he said. “If we get into a nuclear conflict with Russia, it’s going to be a hell of a lot worse than World War 2.”



Prison Planet uses reference to EIR conspiracy.  Because… Alex Jones… hearts Lyndon Larouche.
Sean Stone alongside Alex Jones returns the love.   Skipping over it, I jump to Stone narrating over Obama welcoming the British Prime Minister with “The President sides with the British Imperialists”.  And so goes the man who introduced Jones to Larouche… so he said.
And we see the “Obama Circle of Death” conspiracy mongering.  Andrew Breitbart didn’t like Obama.  Now he’s dead.  Coincidence?  I think not.

Mossad Did it part … five million.  Iran TV.  Russia TV.

Hm.  WTF?

Mike Billington of the Executive Intellligence Review informed me that… uh huh.
The following material was sent to us by Elizabeth Alcega, who disseminates materials and debates promoted by Lyndon LaRouche, on the shifting, complex and critical situation facing the planet todayUgh.

To elaborate more, here is a portion of the article written by Mike Billington from the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) :  “Now, Aquino and Obama are implementing the basing policy through outright dictatorial means, attempting to castrate the Supreme Court while preventing the issue from even being discussed in the Congress (which is largely controlled by the President, especially the House). The entire nation is caught up in the melodrama of an impeachment trial now going on in the Senate, and there is virtually no discussion of the illegality of the blatant move to establish the U.S. bases.”

I haven’t looked over it in a while, but wikipedia naseau continues, where we see:
The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject
Huge in France, as we see with the Jacques Cheminade campaign.
Interestingly, I think the Sexual Impotence of Puerto Rican Socialist Party is one of the two or three most important work in the movement’s history.   But the org apparently wants to cut it down.

4 Responses to “Brushing past Scott and into Kesha Rogers and Jacques Cheminade”

  1. rachel holmes Says:

    On Scott Gaulke, have the LaRouche folks dumped him? Or are they simply giving that out in order not to have to take responsibility for whatever pro-LaRouche venom Gaulke lets loose?

    If Gaulke is in fact the troll, or one of the trolls, trolling around as ace, revenire, friend, etc., he certainly seems rather well informed concerning internal LaRouche org lore and history–especially if he’s just a guy out there in the Pacific Northwest somewhere.

    Is it too much of a stretch to think he might be centrally deployed from L-burg, Virginia?

  2. Justin Says:

    especially if he’s just a guy out there in the Pacific Northwest somewhere
    Curious geographical perspective. Milwaukee, Wisconsin is not the Pacific Northwest. I take this as a measurement of how you peg Mr. Gaulke’s import on the issue and matter.

  3. rachel holmes Says:

    perhaps I got him confused with the Scott Gaulke that lives or lived in Seattle–which one ran for office way back when? As a LaRouche enthusiast?

    I guess the fact that various posters refer to him as the Disgusting Wisconsin Cyber Stalker answers THAT question. (just did a little googling.)

    So okay, he doesn’t come from the Pacific Northwet. He comes from the Back of Beyond.

    Also, you’re right, it does measure how I evaluate his impact, etc. But I must say, if he was/is/will be the Factnet troll, he’s a pretty unpleasant character.

  4. Anon. Says:

    A little late in reply, but yes, Scott Gaulke was Ace and is now “Friend” on

    He lives in/near Milwaukee Wisconsin, and was a member of LR/at least ran for seats from 1985-1994.

    Voter records indicate he last gave LR $200 in 2002.

    Is he broke now, or did he really leave the cult? Doubtful from what he says at Factnet.

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