Daniel Burke writes off the qanon vote

I. I do not know from what fever swamp the much mocked statements from Trump

“A person was on a plane, said that there were about six people like that person, more or less, and what happened is the entire plane filled up with the looters, the rioters, the anarchists, people that were obviously looking for trouble and the person felt very uncomfortable on the plane,” […]

“No. People that you haven’t heard of. They are people that are on the streets, they’re people that are controlling the streets. We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend. And in the plane, it was almost completely loaded with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms with gear and this and that. They’re on a plane.”

comes from, from whence he picked it up. The go to place for lazy punditry these days is qanon, but a smattering jump over to Larouche. The one person who provides some marginally substantial reference to this one is… Matthew Sweet. Well, he does have a book to hawk, and a couple hobby horses to observe.

II. Hillary Clinton chimes in her twitter space, and it is then only a matter of counting to see a comment reply of… “Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.” Interesting thing, back in the day the Larouchies were selling their variant of the right wing conspiracy in support of the Clintons — seems to date back to at least 1993 — some names in the Democratic Party narrative, then tossing some more in, to get to all Jewish financiers everywhere and at all times.

III. So. What does the Larouche Movement think of qanon anyway? We turn to Senate candidate Daniel Burke

Qanon using strategy of Larouchies, pick an issue with mass agreement at surface level. But this may be a CIA plot to smear the Larouchies by aping them. (Or maybe every one of the orgs are Russian.

And Daniel Burke’s run for the Senate continues to make an impression.

I am a bit puzzled by this podcaster inviting ubi opponents on his show for debate, then accepting Burke … Who promises to say nothing about ubi. For Burke, this campaigning adds up to something, I suppose.

Will Ryan Derks be Burke’s ally in The Housr?. What does that mean about the ideological reference point for the Larouchies?

A not good spokesperson for Freeing Assange. (As they graft to the cause.)

IV. The most high circulation news the Larouche Movement has received in print media in some time, and they are barely mentioned. Roger Stone said something at a Larouche webcast.
Say… What does Roger Stone think of qanon? Good place to grift from.
And… I don’t quite know what this isIs this a good description?

Hey. A qanon-er is running Bill Binney’s twitter account? More deep state connections for Burke to untangle.

In a different world this could be the line the larouchies would take on Steve Bannon. Instead “good news for the republic”.

V. Experiences recalled. The legacy of Lyndon Larouche — how the movement has affected people on the ground.
Permanent picket outsode alma mater, and a lesson in cults, more mystical thinking the higher up the ladder you go.
Voted for Larouche in 2nd grade class… Today, this person would get a text message trying to recruit.
or do they wait until 5th grade to recruit?
She liked the Black Israelites, but not the Larouchies.
Accidental defense of a Larouchie.
Some people’s 90s tv nostalgia is Friends and Seinfeld, others is Farrakhhan and Larouche.
Positive affirmation and love / agape vibes all around
the price of working in newspapers
the perils of being a cab driver
stuck on a bus
Gotta check your cc’s..
when phoned in by a larouchie…
laughed and walked away.
Zeitgiest and Larouche equal Socialism, apparently. (Is this move apt to result in the same attitude L Ron Hubbard had toward Non-paying Scientology “squirrels”, or is this good infiltration strategy?)
We were obsessed with Larouche and Gravel, 95 – 99…
watched the infomercials.
probably never read it
Foucault meets the nclc
They probably did think the petition signing accomplished something.
a footnote to Lubbock’s battle with Churchill.
How Larouche ran in 1984 versus Mondale. (a reference to the grain cartel barb.
Did the Larouchies ever kick the neo-nazi out?
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Larouche???. (odd, conidering).

And the how I woulda voted game.
If that doesn’t do it for you, thete’s the “How some cartoon characters woulda voted game.

When Star Trek Voyager made an anti-conspiracy theory message.

The British Plot finally explained.
What is this book?

VI. Wow. The Larouche movement is making a concerted effort to UP THEIR GAME in meme warfare. So comes… whatever this is. Too Aristotlean for me.

Looking for that “excellent sense of humor” from the late Larouche?. Well, there is this “joke”

(Make what thou willst — he is not quite on larouche script).
I do not think Larouche woulda stood for this one, but maybe he had some contrarian attitudes in 69.

Eyes Wide Shut Larouchie propaganda?

A comparison of design sense with chief competitors shows they may be winning this war. (Mental note: Look into Prona.

Observations on generational gains in Laroucheland.

VII. Somebody has chimed in on the whole c note controvetsy, leading to a smattering of reminders of Lyndon Larouche. The Larouche Movement mocking in the same way they once did twitter and facebook.

Wait… Is this the reason they picked up this cause?. Someone chime in, please, to lend credence or throw cold water on this explanation.

How the game is played:Larouche predicted the Bubonic Plague, which somehow transmogrifies into covid so that Larouche was right. (A Lesson if this person is serious.)

VIII. Moderately interesting point to discuss Were the Anarchists of the Russian Revolution who were then devoured by the Bolsheviks… Basically… Asshole Larouchies?. Discuss.
another historical analysis.

IX. the people are hungry to hear

served in ww2 (heh), so his Britain did it explanation on the Atomic Bombs over Japan has… Credence?

X. Each passing year sees fewer notings in google’s news aggregator of Larouche’s birthday. This year we get… one.

Larouche does get the paragraph notable treatment with rememberences of whete his political machine touched down — notably Illinois 1986, and here the memorials for Governor James Thompson explain why he had an easy re- election. And one interesting but flawed supposition in the comments section that the Larouche victory was somehow a Republican dirty trick. Partisan conspiracy mongering reminiscent of Clyburn comments when Alvin Greene won a Senate nomination.

XI. Ron Wieczorek convinces South Dakota that Larouche is the Way.

XII. According to William Jones to China media, all that stuff Trump has said about China — he don’t mean it. Why, the Democrats’ entire obstruction has from day 1 been about stopping Trump’s friendship outreach with Putin and Xi.
More Chona propaganda, and a predictable line on the petsecution of the Uighurs.
All goes to this question.

Who’s speaking in Pakistan?
The 9/11 trutherism of the Larouche movement, and current stpries in the Arab world.

Harley Schlanger does the x22Report. Paul Glamez does his General Welfare appearances. And gold currency is sold along with prepper c-rations.

XIII. Someone with a bee in her bonnet, excited to see some connection with Larouche and “cultural marxism“, to send out the warning in her twitter missives and demolish all who dare tread on the academy and pc-ness — as though either down the scale or adjacent there isn’t a point, or the basics of even the most horrid See hete for someone who apparently thinks Larouche invented political correctness as a conspiracy theory. (On the decline of Marxism and the rose of post-structualism or if the right have their terminologies warped.)

Does Christian Parenti’s new book extolling Hamilton necessarily mean it is taken from the reverence bestowed by Larouche? Some may see a faux left in glamorizing Hamilton, a weird proto-neoliberalism.

the cec has been accused of being … Etc.

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