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Everyone keeps leaving out Walter Judd from the “Debs and Larouche” list..

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020

Ice Cube‘s tweet promoting a new music video, and if you are Lucero, running to complete Kamala Harris’s term, you chime in with a big ask…
Messsge me sir, my Senate campaign would like to meet with you ASAP. Much respect!
Since deleted, after responding to skepticism with…

That is also just the LATEST I have been involved in. I was PERSONALLY recruited to politics by L. H. LaRouche, Rev James Bevel, and the legendary Amelia Boynton Robinson in 1993. I then spent 15 yrs organizing in 25 different states. Obama should be envious.

For a snotty response “I don’t care if you helped Michael Jordan win a championship.”. (Say… where were you with Fulani?)

II. In all the election fraud dot connecting
And where Larouche is now referenced as scam artist to be emulatedor… with some irony
(Odd reference point.)

The ” Convicted Trump can run … Eugene Debs and Larouche ran” line gets one more name… Keith Judd. Nice catch! Interesting item here regarding his closest thing to a political triumph:
Judd, who did not qualify for any other primary ballots, contested the ballot count, alleging that ballot workers suppressed the actual total (which he said showed him in the lead) in an effort to cover up an Obama loss.
Another candidate… 2004’s Peace and Freedom Party nomination of Leonard Peltier.

III. Now appearing with the MAGA true-believers. (even though he is dead year and a half on). for a response of brush up on history.

What’s the thing with the British Empire? I saw similar signs in San Francisco about ten years ago, which seemed odd back then.. Have to find your stamp. Like Icke with the lizards, when you see lizard you know it is Icke… When you see the Queen, you know you have Larouche.
Then again, the two get entangled in people’s mind.

One tweet by one member of the ” Biden cheated ” right with a message to fellow protesters, regarding China.
You will have to listen to Bard’s Logic interviewing Obama era Larouchesuperstar Kesha Rogers on the stolen electipn and creation of a one party state (pretty unsuccesdful if that is the case, given how well the Republicans not named Teump did… Unless it is the Democratic Republican duoploly as one party and Trump as another party –) to decide if this China issue can be reconciled.

IV. one recollection of post offices.
a good way to meet chicks.. (oddly not a solo thought.)
one in the neighborhood.
dodged a bullet in college avoiding the lure of singing and math.
in the day.
one old guy hanging around the Student Union
fighting the Ruskies at the airport.
the same with addition of Jane Fonda.
a brief adide to Jeb Bush

Flipping meanings on heavy handed Star Trek Voyager political messages.
Curious commentary: I have to say, of all the rabbit holes to go down, I was not expecting to go down the one about Robert Beltran being a supporter/friend of Lyndon LaRouche.
I am not altogether opposed to the argument on current Star Trek moving into heavy handed politics, excepting that… Er… That was always the case. Leaving aside this debate… How do you drop Beltran as Larouchie into an argument for either political point?

savage with nunchunks over jazz
From what point do you consider the schismic splits of political sects? And is “gothmarxist” showing coalition building or an example of said? A historical review of the Larouchies’ place in schisms. (Probably now better fit for this group to merge and divide.
powerhouse in its own. (Occupy Ohio a big financial boon?)

Can’t argure with that logic.. Hey, get behind Ron Paul and NEVER see any real change made. LaRouche and many of his people served years in Federal Prison. Why? Because they were legit.

As for this comment on Alex Jones films being full of Larouche alumni, Tarpley is long gone.

V. novel explainer for Sidney Powell,

VI. Ximura Consulting LLC is a strategy and consultancy firm with expertise in Community Development.
Consulting with Larouche, it seems.
Many a job applicant.

VII. 23 signatures to the Schiller Institute’s call for …Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites (Coincidentia Oppositorum) … Which will hold to the legacy of Nicholas of Cusa, a man who fmously stood in opposition toward all coincidences.
How this correlates with Harley Schlanger’s enemy — — The Children of Darkness — I dunno. (I will have to watch the video to see if it relates to the Chemey era “Children of Satan”.)
One way of looking at it.

Speaking of circling the squares…
Pretending Trump’s four year posture on Iraq, and Iran, is anything other than what it was.

VIII. Philip Martin extrapulates the import of Larouche on current political dysfunction.
. I talked to him a couple of times in the ’80s, and he never broke character. He knew a lot and could read a room. There was nothing coherent about his political philosophy–swinging wildly from far-left to far-right positions from moment to moment–but he understood there were people out there desperate to have the confusion of the world explained away.
The problem is the world can’t be explained. And the more we know, the less we are able to believe.

Hey. An anti-Trump Larouchie!

IX. Diane Sare’s Senate campaign plucking up a lefty libertarian cause. We note Trump floated a Snowden pardon, and we note that he appears far down any list.

Daniel Burke wins 99.6 percent of New Jersey vote, British Empire fraudulently steals it.

Monday, November 9th, 2020

Meet the face of the anti-Biden Resistance, an every guy, easy for coastal elites to mock but the salt of the Earth. But herefor, a battle rages for his soul and loyalty. On one side, Alex Jones. On another side, there is… the Larouche org, who when npt in the streets directing the crowd to a cardboard table off on the side are holding these webcasts. Who will the guy gravitate to? The answer may come down to… Who would he rather have a beer with?

II. ate lunch with him in the 70s, movie ideas, and dream castings.
Gotta love the see nothing, hear nothing respnse to citations of inconsistency.
Nigel Farage, Supposed Trump “international nationalist” movement head for Brtain, (and compared to Larouche here) claims Biden as Foe of Brtish Empire.
Black larouche support in early oughts.
Sometimes the reason for Larouche success is just this simple.
One dollar donation proves dividends.
That’s one way of describing “Beyond Psychanalysis”.
Campaign stories from a one time campaign journalist, New Hampshire.
friend who dated a girl
Why Polls are off these days.
Community college memories.
University of Chicago.
Uber Driver.
Hammer and Scoreboard supposedly a “Larouche radio station”?
the colorful back history of one Larouchie.
Dem precint chair and Larouchies.
The post office tour had its results.
The current battle probably will get about same after-effects.
Dick Cheney remains the enemy.
Out in St Paul, shouting “freedom!” over and over. But, I thought he was dead.
and Trenton, nay … Isn’t Biden Irish?
At least they didn’t do the “the Ukraine”. Maybe not Putin lackeys after all.

III. Did not answer the question, but I guess they have answered the question by their post-election actions. No.
Then again, the Larouche org’s motives may just dovetail perfectly with Trump’s.
the campaign is soliciting donations for its “official election defense fund,” but the fine print shows half of the donations are to be used for another purpose: to retire the campaign’s debt. That’s a particularly conspicuous clause given Trump had previously said he might put up his own money for his reelection effort; even as he swears he has a legitimate legal case, he’s not just declining to use his own money, but he’s diverting half the money raised for it to another purpose tied to the winding down of the campaign. (The imbalance is even bigger for a related effort, with 40 percent going to the Republican National Committee and 60 percent going to retire Trump’s campaign debt.)
Such may be the real story of the silarity noted by Matthew Sweet.
Then again, Trump legal action is reminding people of Larouche at many a corner.

IV. New Jerseyans saw and noticed the Daniel Burke campaign.
It should be noted in at least one webcaster’s interview, he was identified as a “Larouche Republican”. But in his rally and “drop money at my table” speech he definitey provided an off-ramp. The news mefia settled on supporter of the late political extremist.

(Funny, Burke was not alone in his Larouche reference to this gop tweet.)

Also admired, the campaigning for Trump, “greatest revolution in history” and on, sure to be repaid by a post presidential appearance on an LPAC webcast after the current tireless efforts.

Final tally for Burke… Oh, point four percent of the vote. Probably the result of election fraud… He really won 99.6 petcent, you see.

V. 432. One guy speaks out. Counterpoint. Values to raise your kid by. To be fair, I had a similar problem with a lot of antiwar left wing groups, but it trended to that “Free Mumia” crap.
When the John Birch congressman fought Larouche on the floor.
Robbie Barwick.
LPAC versus Heaven’s Gate.
Neoplatonists versis Paleoplatonists.
Rock and Roll will never die. Though, male pattern balding will.
One theory.

VI. I personally have a hard time swallowing the facebook and twitter and youtube* “warnings” now seen on lpac material, though this is not necessarily the examples of where I would cite its problem, and I have less of a problem dumping it on elected officials — see D Trump. But nonetheless, when we see the right allies in the struggle against “big tech censorship”, as with Alex Jones and his bullhorn, they have at least some leeway and consistency in referring to a foreign example of whete this leads… China.
The current LPAC matrydom is against these private corporation ” disputed” notices, as opposed to how the Chinese government would simply wipe the message out, or disallow anyone from even seeing it Something the Bards Logic podcast appears to know, and that the Larouchie quoted and Larouchoe intervirwed apparently won’t argue against — there, at least. (The tables provide a big tent outlier for China attitudes, reciprocated in part and kind). It may be that their adoption of qanon phraings Wr Are Many, they are few momentarily obscures the difference.

Aso not brought up anywhere: the Larouche fight against Voter Improprietries in the 2004 presidential election on behalf of John Kerry, with ally Democratic Congressman John Conyers.

*Youtube has a somewhat more subtle disclaimer model than the tag on twitter that had LPAC declaring ” badges of honor” — a link right below the webcast on vote fraud conspiracies to detail how “robust safeguards help ensure the integrity” of results.

In one sense, we do see the larouchies block, fairly I supposr.

A comedian and his Biden Dream cabinet, following your Republican anti Trump loaded one.

VII. En route to Operation Mop Up.
A logical mid-point — the perenial use of the term “mass strike”, last deployed in citing Rosa Luxemberg for the Tea Party.
AND A logical end-point. (Or is it this?)
In all, McDuff talks of his conversion to Larouche thought.

VII. A National Revirw article by Robert Zubrin LPAC may want to crib while moving beyond into the ” funded by Soros and various Jewish surnames” line.

Intetesting, space was atbthe crux of what appears Daniel Burke’s most commented upon tweet.

IX. Rebuttal.
It is where the most common tweeter reference to Larouche is in reference to a Trump 2024 run and an imagined imprisonment with a reminder that ” Larouche ran from prison”.

Blast from Past name Christophet Earl Strunck, uh huh… follow at your leisure.

Binney now on Russian media, now skipping to one removed from lpac apparently. His associations and reputation proceed.

Final word comes from the ultimate in under-represented swing voters.

Daniel Burke woos the Zoomer and Boomer demographics

Friday, October 2nd, 2020

I. The Museum of Weird and Demented Religious Tracts of Bellaire, Ohio has a new exhibit.
will draw him, at least.

Why they couldn’t go with this one, dunno…

It is funny, as Lyndon gets tagged (incorrectly as the case may be) with that “neo-nazi” tag sometimes. Misnomers abound: What is this on “Obama in black face?. If it is that Joker image being referenced, that came from elsewhere — popularized in part by Alex Jones but not originated there.

This, on the other hand.

Just one of many… Worth noting, James Bevel was the guy at the time and he was guilty of the supposed sins the org was revealing.

Ii. A response that this twitter feed cannot make due to it being a fill in blank randomizer bot: it is all at the proper voice modulation.
In other bot stoppings: Bet you didn’t know he had a daughter. (Then again, he also apparently played Lou Reed’s most infamous album. (Can j-pop be recognizable at 432?)
Rmember seeing Labouche live?

Y’know, the funny thing is I think r cam might be serious. Explore the conspiracy starting with the question “Who profits?”

It comes up in the answer on “huh?”

the esoteric joke.

III. Election 1988 headlines… If the org had arbitrarily chosen the other partisan side, they coulda stuck with it for claims of prescience.
And now as a rejoinder to the lpactwitter war-room.

Here is the analogy of Bakker cell-mating with Larouche to… Trump joining Snowden in Russia in some fantasy future.

Oh, the company you keep, … For the life of me, a quick google search and I have no idea what the Mccrae – Larouche link is.
another “link” : Igor Kochran, though this one I have a better gauge for meaning.

Sure, but it clashes with quotes from 2008.

The Jews are responsible for all the assassinations.

Y’know, I don’t think the “Operation Northwoods! Operation Northwoods!” line ever came from Larouche. (And is she classifying Tarpley as Larouche?)
That being said…

For the life of me, I can’t make heads or tails of Larouche’s stated reasoning for support of O’Malley in 2016, except it contradicts the repeated rah rah cheerleading that came with that repeated Fox Business Channel quoting to line him up with FDR. Is this a case of deployimg that “noble lie” the org always placed on the Straussians?
Overall, I do sense a bit of knowledge with that “28 roommates” tweet.

Hey! One of those “memes”.

IV. Becoming a line o convention: Larouche Wright Brothers now QAnon Apollo Program.
But maybe this is why Daniel Burke saw fit to disavow them.

Skipping to the bottom line, which frankly appears to bein line with the current Larouche line that “God won’t let you destroy his leader”, or however that creepy meme goes.

V. To any and all issues, the larouchian response is “exonerate larouche too”.
Though these requests to any and all figures of renown on social media don’t deploy this religious baggage.
(Though, on answering where to go if you become disillusioned by fox news.
And why would someone be aiming to get an audience from the “Zog controls everything, Trump and Biden both” crowd?

We see the larouche twitter war-room deploy the meme weapon calling Larouche “cancelled before cancelled was cool”, sure to win over the burgeoning right wing Zoomer demographic. For the older righties, well, Harley Schlanger and the Band do that “edge of coup” prepper thingy. (Aways away from Daniel Burke in by-gone era… not Trump allies).

VI. saw em at tcu.
and in front of a Manhattan office
Voted for …
So That’s why Cathy Guisewite got cancelled.
Another supporter.
involved in a lawsuit. (On Mike Billigtopn.
Sudanese opinion
tried to recruit me
2008 yelling match
Meeting a veteran of Operation Mop Up.
no girls???
USYD mid oughts.
fun like the jehovah’s witnesses
THe modern equivalent to the olde “He’s still alive???” response.

As Trump touts the achievements of Space Force in remarks in Middletown, a number of supporters next to the press riser begin a chant of “Pelosi to the moon!”
Remarkably similar to supporters of Lyndon Larouche in late 80’s holding signs inside National Airport ‘Expand NASA’s budget, send Congress to Mars’. Peas in a pod….

VII. The people are lining up for the schiller institute youth web conference.
Reportedly, This past weekend there was an International Youth conference (the third since May) over Zoom by the Schiller Institute. I never saw more than 170 persons watching at any one time., which is 170 more than zero. Musta been drawn in by Joycelyn Elders.

what a weird degrees of separation and forced at that manner of disparaging a guy.

VIII. Interlude to other guy: Funny thing: Bob Avakian and his rcp has had a larger presence in this city, such as it is, than the Larouchies — who at least showed up once in a while during the Bush and … At least early Obama years.

Well, Bob Avakian has taken a fig leaf of strategy from the Larouchies and are campaigning for one of the two party selections, overthrowing forty-five years of sitting them out to back Biden against Trump. Counterpunch explores whether they (or os it “he”?) have any point in finding Trump fascist as compared to anyone else, or even if so if it follows Avakian prediction what breed of fascism it is supposed to be.

We await to see how much effect Avakian’s endorsement to vote for Biden has on the election. It has been noticed.. Funny, it dors read something of the initoal Larouche literature on Martin O’Malley.

IX. Here is one man weighing the New Jersey senate election options. (Any word on them following current palace politics?) Watch out for the spite vote, though.
Daniel Burke’s presence on the ballot encourages schemes of entryism infiltration. It will be interesting to see how the Larouche party does in comparison with Of By For, for example. (Intersting to see if either candidate complains of the “butterfly ballot” effect, claiming misvotes.)

Here we have Burke questing for votes… Where?

Up ballot still gets you… Maybe?

Win a vote,
Lose a vote.

One media interview with Burke is Caleb Maupin .
It’s extremely concerning that you’re platforming the LaRouche movement. You wrote about LaRouche in Workers’ World calling him a fascist back in 2009, cannot for the life of me figure out why you would platform this guy.

X. Chinese Democracy.

Concerning themselves with the this thingDid Xi pick up the b and r from larouche?. The John Birch Society weighs in.. (The John Birch Society, seen here quoting approvingly as a source Webster Tarpley.)

Maybe it is, sure, but back from the old days when it was something else.

And, Point. Counter-point.

Rounding up if we must and William Jones and eir don’t come up until the last paragraph. (William Jones … Don’tbring up Trump on this.

Trump allies responding to news of his coronavirus: Here is the Larouche org and here is Georgia Senate candidate Kelly Loeffler.

XI. Point: (lpac report of their presence at a right wing rally). Slogan of stopping a coup against the President,” accompanied by a photo of Obama and Biden with a shared Hitler mustache. Another, new sign read: “Donald Can’t Do It by Himself.”


Daniel Burke writes off the qanon vote

Friday, September 11th, 2020

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.

Daniel Burke never at war with eurasia

Sunday, July 12th, 2020

I was trying to find a couple ad images that I see popping up from Trump’s re-election campaign, “make america great pac” or maybe from Trump’s campaign itself. One is “Trump versus Antifa”, which I take to be a theme with which Trump hopes to gain traction. The more pertinent one here has that slogan “Biden is weak on China”. Which, we see that theme hereabouts.

Meanwhile, wasn’t there once a group called the “Club for Life”, which woulda criticized or opposed such Chinese state policies?

Number Two: A foe has passed on… rip Lester Grinspoon. Nixon didn’t like him, and neither did Larouche.

A “friend” … Or “co-thinker” distances himself and calls Larouche a Freemason and Hapsburg – Rothschild spy for the EU. (He is also a self described victor over larouche – tarpley.) Ironic, as Larouche convinced the multitudes he was against the Hapsburgs— but such is the dealings of a double agent.

Andrew Woods also has a clarification to not use Larouchian explanations on what he wrote.

Number Three: Ron Wieczorek breaks in his take on a matter that is surely a hot topic around the water cooler with South Dakota farmers, Sweden’s closing of the Olof Palme investigation.
(Not too much coverage in the USA, though the Washington Monthly had an article, eliciting broadly speaking the same comment responses I would expect from South Dakota farmers.
Why of any relevance to Larouche: Early supects and persons of interest and the sea of inflammatory rhetoric the cult put out on Palme at the time.
Certain irony in this conspiratorial website praising. (Ignore the misspelling of the name, and common mistake of not placing “former”).

Deanna Wieczorek has suggestions for Trump, none of which appears to interest him. (even as the masses mobilize.)

Y’know… It strikes me that I am not seeing the Larouche movement go to bat for Trump appointments who are criticized for speaking at some Larouche conferences in the past. William Perry Pendley can’t be a cause?
Or are we just dumping 21st Century Science and Technology into the dust heap of history?

Number Four: What do you suppose Queen Elizabeth would have done had it been Lyndon Larouche?
Anyways, the ever controversial and acerbic President what he thinks of the lady. We will find out if it alters their rhetoric.

Number Five: So we see Charles Kirk weigh in on Plato v Aristotle, and twitterers note the Hey!. Larouche did it already. If differences abound.
Debate? Or is it enough they are both on Team Trump?
One bottom line on the Larouchian contribution to this debate. and another. if differently.
(Was this the company he kept?. (Or this?). action figures?. The Office?

Number Six. For anyone interested in election minutiae, a map for countywide 3rd place tallies in the 1988 presidential election. And analysis / guess-work on why Larouche “carried” Iowa.
Statistical pointlessness. (How does this video game work?

Be sure to map out these candidates’ results.

Lame Claim to Fame, a 2004 party at the home of Larouche.
And what do the kids think of Larouche?

Today we find bots randomly spitting out lpac fec report data and people marvelling over said fec data. We do see photos of overpass signs and a gathering of three (or was it four?) somewhere or other, so thete is that.

Number Seven: First thing that popped into some twitterers upon the smashing of the Pike statue: Hey!. Remember? Lyndon Larouche? Huh?.
(To be sure, the two are following seperate historical understandings.). Though, these were the political aims.
And curious: Who suggested the idea to whom?

Interesting to see Matthew Sweet disparage “cancel culture” with reference to Larouche, which — with other allusions to Trump supporters and parts of the gop to the cult, presents a great deal of alienation for the left and right.
(See the somewhat dishonest rejoinder regarding a Matt Taibbi editorial. Granted, Larouche inc took it to probing Angela Davis… And is now prone to the rhetorical bombast “Get their knee off of Larouche’s Neck”. (Classy).

I believe they have the culprits behind the “Next Step” wrong. But maybe the rcp took the name too.

Here’s another new book which apparently plugs the larouche memo generator.

Number Eight: Assessing news sources.

When last we saw Sean Stone in these parts, he had served as a laison to bring first Jeffrey Steinberg and then Lyndon Larouche onto Alex Jones, despite a few disparaging comments between them previously. Now we see Dennis Speed on the Stone podcast, pumping up a statue which Fredrerick Douglas reportedly had private misgivings regarding even as he was beginning to become more reverent to Lincoln as a political aim to goad the Republican Party at the time as of moved away from Reconstruction.

Michael Billington does Iran’s Press TV, happy to play two sides against the middle, probably wouldn’t be happy with Evan Siegal’s request.

Jacques Cheminade does China.

Helga made noise about the Daily Coin running an eleven year video of Lyndon. To which begs the question… What is The Daily Coin?

EIR vs Spiked, regarding apes and primates. Of course, it needs to be pointed out, primates were very much on Larouche’s mind during the Obama administration.

Bards Logic for Blog Talk Radio brings Bob Ingraham to you.

Number Nine: Triggering memories of Boston usedta happens.
lost youth photo.
Is there some sort of plaque.
Airport Memories.

Memories of Temple U. did this tp a larouche table, fondly lol.
What was Noam Chomsky up to in 1976?. (Same thing as instrumental classical musicians, I guess.
How to handle canvassing larouchies.

1986 saw people waving Larouche in circle with line crossed out sign. Well, they were pedfling Soviet propaganda.

Number Ten: Fresh off of recording Christian themed music with Kenny G — because he’s just trolling everyone now — and now… Because he announced a presidential run, Kanye West gets to be called the next Lyndon Larouche.

KW Miller, congressional candidate in Florida. Absent a Beyonce conspiracy thepry no one woulda paid him any mind. Would they?. Is the other stuff enough to get him noticed?.

Scott Adams garnered a small handful of “heh heh just like larouche” comments.

And beyond that it is the old standbys of public figures.

Number Eleven
Land bridge ideas, train routes, etc etc etc handed in college.

what happens after the org corners the market on politico with hitler mustache, like the South Park episode “Simpsons Already Did It”.

“outsider artstrange company

Number Twelve: The thing is, Dennis King or Chip Berlet would agree with the sentence by Alan Osler. Just short of this. (hm), hm,
Actually, the time has come at long last to fact check this cartoon. He brought up Luxemberg favorably when courting the Tea Party in 2009- 2010, so how would it all change in 2045?
In the meantime, it does dawn on me that I too see more RCP material about than Larouchian these days. Wheat-pasted on bridges, mainly.

Good for acid trips?

Number Thirteen. The requisite Senate candidate round-up coverage in the news media, representative most of what will come in the newspapers. In social media… Well, The Daniel Burke Senate campaign impresses and impresses and embracing that Simpsons joke. Still needs work on photoshopping together memes, thoigh.
And any day now, having commuted the Roger Stone sentence, Trump will move to doing whatever it is the larouchies think he should do for Lyndon. (Skip to the last sentence William Jones has here, and… Erm… Not only does Larouche “require no pardon”, bit it is an impossibility.)
If Trump doesn’t “exonerate Larouche”, after taking his step with Stone … Well, I guess Burke will sadly announce he was a Chump for Trump.
Apparently taking a page from Lindsey Graham — who endorsed Ted Cruz’s presidential bid even after saying some horrible comments — Burke has called on Rand Paul to join the Larouche Movement even after Larouche called him a “Nazi” and “Enemy of Civilization”. But maybe Burke is just trying to create political distance from Larouche? AS it were, we will see any day now, Rand Paul join the Larouche Movement… Any Day Now…

Number Fourteen. Larouche versus Chapo Felix, because Larouche ceased watching entertainment with The Man From Uncle, or whatever… And moved onto creating his own realness.
Now waiting for the moment in an ultimate battle and apparently with alliances of conveniences to spare.

But… He hobnobbed with spooks.

Raise your hand if you knew that there was a “Larouche Citizens Committee of Mexico, which seems to send out press releases from Leesburg (or is it Germany these days?) with “Open Letter to Lopez Obradar” written above it. It seems to be part of a renewed focus on “Ibera-America”, as we see the org now pumping routine diplomatic comments between Trump and Obradar.

Number Fifteen: The AVP reports Larouche as the source of a popular in leftwing circles notion that Israel originated “Deadly Exchange” on interactions of police tactics with the war versis Palestinians.
Prompting this rejoinder.

Has Bob Avakian taken over the Larouche org?

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

I.  Justin Amash, Republican turned Independent turned Libertarian member of the U.S. Congress, had announced a bid for the Libertarian Party Presidential nominee.  Then he made an abrupt about face and dropped out.  Notwithstanding the party members’ fatigue over three straight races headed by ex Republicans and Amash maybe not knowing how to answer the question of whether everyone can set up oil rigs as individual island nations or whatnot, what might account for Justin Amash’s decision?

Is it possible he was scared off after seeing social media mocking him with the potent insult in American politics — “another Larouche”?  He was dying so badly by the insult he saw no other way but to withdraw?

The repercissions in the election ate staggering. Though, Larouche would not come in fourth.

Over a year after his death, which those who care know, and the question is… How long will Larouche be tossed as this insult? (And segue into this ). (Hey! The Caveman show is probably available by streaming.

II.  The answer may lie in the success of Helga and the Bunch in their “Larouche Legacy Project” and the publication of the writings and sentences of Lyndon Larouche into leather-bound diamond encrusted gold plated volumes, sure to set the world afire, taking their place in any showcase book shelf.  Just leaf and you will find — he was talking about viruses in 1978!  So ahead of the curve.  And … He had a plan to colonize Mars — Was with China on the moon. if we had just listened to him instead of jailing everyone 2 degrees separate from him (Roger Stone, for example) we’d have populated all of Mars… and stopped the Pokemon menace.
apparently the most important figure not taught in schools
In the meantime, those that care relegate him to “Alex Jones of his generation”.

iii.  Diane Sare has thrown her hat into the rimg, running for Senate … For New York in… 2022.  Or so a blip on her facebook page has it.  I spoke any campaigning for Daniel Burke for New Jersey in 2020 counts as campaigning for her seat.  They are missing a golden opportunity — they ought have fun both candidates for the same seat, one as a Republican the other  Democrat.  That way of one wins the nominatipn, why then they can appeal to disaffected supporters of the losing candidate to win in November. To be fated for recount request possibilities. (Seem stuck in New York area and South Dakota now.)

Surprising they don’t take up election reform…, considering…

As were, Sare has herself running as an Independent (and has already lost herself one vote), and Burke appears to be the same, even though he did have himself as a “Larouche REPUBLICAN” in an appearance on the powerhouse “Blog Talk Radio”, where…

IV.  From his perch as a regular on Blog Talk Radio’s “Bard’s Logic” podcast, Daniel Burke was shuffled in on an episode exploring “Should China pay restitution?”  (In February we are a debate with Michael Billington over who the greatest threat to the U.S. Is… China or the Deep State… I suppose here we can see a little head fake and get to common ground in dealing on the Deep State, though I wonder if the tone will darken a couple month’s forward.)

But maybe thete is a rightwing “nationalist” source that toes to their China stance. OR not here.
Astounding Schizophrenia otherwise. (Hm hrm).
They have to create their own, though it seems like an echo of the youtube channel.

Bill Jones does his best to excuse Trump to Chinesr media. (I wondet how Cliff Kincaid squares the circle in lombasting the China connection.)

I half think this is a trolling of Burke. Lest, why bring in Israel? (It is a double loop.

V.  Ron Wieczorek commences his letter to the editor campaign.  2 swift rebuttals in the comments section, but he does have the print audience all to himself.  How it will reshape South Dakota politics remains to be seen.

VI.  Daniel Estulin, whose books are composed two thirds of parochial footnoted material, is slammed when he deviates.
Find out later for whoever, your conduits for such things as… Oh… The Bill Gates depopulation agenda of anti-vax machine.

VII. A coup sends Helga out?. Bob Avakian has taken over. It would explain some things.

Another guy who thinks the larouche movement has sold out. And one who thinks they’ve lost theor mojo.

Actually, this tweey from Helga suggests a knowing wink. 3 blokes and a statue declared to be “The Four Powers”. It’s as though she is preemptively offering the punchline some poster at factnet would go with to… profit?

VIII. Long time Supporter?  Possible supporter!. maybe? Until we get to the hang ups in Debating the aristotle line. (Or maybe it was here.
If only the org were still around they may have new means to recruit.

Unsuccessful recruitment attempt. (Pleasant debating society. (Not for everyone)
Will Helga allow this?. Does she support this?. Did some punk band adapt his name?. (not so insane an idea<) Big in Japan?. (Psuedo Christian Rock?. Does Creed have it in for the beatles? Supporting actor. Remembering the lym.(The org’s list includes most of humanity. (for fifty year spells. including… if only one anyone name checks.

flashback. Bark bark. watched em in some state. Chicago lore. Just four years back. Mail boxes. Posters. Drag queens can be larouchies, can’t they?. (not as bad as qanon?
Lame Claim to Fame. and again.


IX. Reading King’s book. Answer: no real demand, also will suffer through attack as British agent by remaining group.
Possible next book?. Skip this one.

I am reasonably certain the larouchie asking for a source and getting one is not clicking the link. (Counterpoint of sorts.
the damned british. again
If Doc Brown were…
There is irony in this post which is maybe where Matthew Sweet is pointing generally. if mote specicically hereabouts. (Times change.
Conspiracies ulterior motives.

X. rip her, if not her political master, but I gotta wonder on the role of a “larouche elector”. I know the guy won scattered delegates in blind opposition fashion (the vote which inflated Bernie Sanders’s total in 2016), but the party strips this vote at the convention rules.
IN 2020, I am hoping Bill Weld can hang onto the one he somehow won in Iowa, but I doubt it.

XI. Getting a bit of attention, the nomination of a Republican senate candidate in Oregon, no chance in the general, who follows and believes qanon. I think there is a tad less then meets the eye — it was either her or a non qanon spouting wingnut for the honors of losing big in November. I have not looked in comments sections of national news sites, but I imagine some references to Larouche pop up, as in twitter, and more specifically the 1986 Illinois<> primary results. Notably, the more recent election victories of Kesha Rogers… are not cited or recalled. The peaks and valleys diminish.

XII. Despite a change in name, “citizen’s electoral council” still predominates media coverage.


Wherein i pursue the twitter and see the larouche used mostly as political insult, but that is at least something.

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

The idea of holding a conference with Bill Binney on “Rescuing the public from the surveillance state” from a group who… Well, you can read about their surveillance state in “Why We Left”… Dark irony, no?

We’ve been down the Russia disinformation campaign regarding viruses and whence they came. The question before us… Are the larouchies in strong enough to spread any line these days, as they were in the 80s in their big AIDS scare? (They defend China’s response, ax is their nature, already taking a line in opposition to staunch Trump supporters,). Or maybe it’s a lame question. (incidentally…)
They’re on it.

I see with twitter that … Hm… Larouche does enjoy his afterlife as reference point of allusion of politico insult. (or punchline). And occasionally people note he still has his followers. (and internet hobbyists)

To insult Trump. and his supporters and Republicans. maga. Or, Lodged by Trump supporters. such as.

Funny to see larouche pegged as ant-communist cold warrior.
George Wallace…

See too The larouche trump team promoting to the right. (gate-keeping against qanon), some background history. Hey! Here’s Daniel Burke reaching out to a Waco memorialist. (And arguring with a Hayek advocate.
He missed a prospect, though. (never miss a chance to sic your critics.). Interesting to see him chasing Geraldo Rivera, as according to the Matthew Sweet book so did Molly Kronberg back in the day.. (as he desperately tries to reach the president.) (apparently anyone he’s retweeted.). We do see them reach one notable, if to no grand effect.
he’l be right on it i’m sure. (particularly after buttering him up.) (part four of a four srep plan?. (Newt Gingrich sure to swing in any minute now.)
Say… depending on the moment, reagan framed larouche.
tart message to the gravel institute.
Carl Osgood reaches the masses the old fashioned way — letters to the editors. So, twitter is for reaching out to elite opinion and more specialized micro opinion targets, this is more broad.

I guess this guy was with the larouchies in the obama years but not now during trump? (what violation of pc culture did he violate now?.

QAnon. (who this guy probably also sees as part of a jew commie conspiracy)– right alongside David A Clarke, jr.
Trots. jbs by way of dissing yang and tulsi.
Y’know, to say “the lyndon larouche of the 21st century” is to suggest larouche died in the twentieth century. (news is often slow to travel anyway.)

Koch Bros.
klugmauer tv?
any mass of conspiracy figures.
Joe Biden. and again.

Tulsi Gabbard‘s sliminal campaign is mocked. (and again.) again. unusual supporters, with some theorizing on electoral manifestations.
Similarly, Joe Biden’s early primary results. See too Elizabeth Warren. (and again.). (supporters spoke too soon). berners,… ghost of larouche better than biden, apparently. hardehar. I guess.

Biden and Bernie share a thing in common.
and warren, sanders…

Messages from the likes of Adolf Stalin. a jest for the sake of jests. or two. three. four. five. six. seven. eight. nine ten twelve. thirteen, thirteen and a half., And actually this one may be serious. Is there such a thing as a serious troll? hard to tell on that one. Or if ‘beam theory’ really wants to know what weird al yankovic thinks of larouche — a joke, right?

the Larouche campaign of beer twitter“.

Pete Buttigieg’s sanctimony. (funny). (dunno what this is supposed to mean.
ain’t this crude?

Beto O’Rourke.
Rudy Giulini.

poor jill stein. Jill Stein.

Who is Willy Wimmer, supposed identity of “larouche person” in that Steele dosdier. Is this just bloviating, or is this an accurate diagnosis of that reference?
One immediate answer to the question posed here is because he’s dead.

Ron Paul.
Ron Paul, Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon Larouche???
Cue Billy Joel and We Didn’t Start the Fire.

Ralph Nader. lodged with stein.
political candidate followers in general. anti biden democrats. someone just banned by twitter.

Bernie Sanders supporters. unless it’s ron paul. (cynical much? Berners. . and again. and (Or Bernie including at Howard his self.). boo!. and his merchandise. bernie bro equals lym… Who you could not avoid in boston between 2003 and 2010, which begs the question– what about now? (Larouchies don’t have broadband?)
and campaign videos.
I doubt Larouche ever drew 10,000 people, but someone can clarify.. For that matter someone can clarify the huge wings in Germany and owning many businesses.
I guess if you’re worried about the perennial campaign thing, we need to note larouche’s 1976 outing had him much younger than Bernie in 2016.. So, as pointed out here. .
card tables in 10 years.

Or, as counterpoint, the Bernie as gatekeeper model, the real stuff is… Er1984 larouche. (Hypothehtical postulations. More electoral conspiracy theorums.

Or, as other counterpoint: more productive evolution in politics. (I think its more in reference to the rcp.
you do get the feeling there is a wear you out strategy, but i guess once you find one prospect you can’t relent. (lest you’re stuck in the funk of occupy infiltration botches.

The heat of a primary campaign presents odd formulations: Larouchies sent by Bernies, you say?. (Seems to be her fixed idea.

My thought on this, wherever you land in considering Bernie’s political trajectory, starts with pointing to his 70s election campaigns in gadfly land. Once elected Burlington mayor, he slides into your mode of “sewer socialism”, losing some support from old radical pamphleteering cohorts (later run against him in his senate days) as he wins support from the city’s public by a performing admirably during the Big Snowstorm — some conservative-ish deciding that if the roads getting cleared is the first step of the feared proletarian revolution, we remain aways off, or if maybe cleared words is that workers paradise we’re supposed to fear alonside dodgy cable access commentary on the Sandinista cause– so be it– we can live with that cable access program.
(model of historical precedent.

Trotkyite micro-sects. (Sparticists count or are they too big?
Counterpoint: In defense of trots. (further counterpoint.
But… didn’t they disband?. (guess not.)

conspiracy talking cab driver.
Is there an implied conspiracy theory here?. (Oh, wait. it’s a discrediting). When talking about music turns insane. (attempted dose of sanity.

neonazi candidate.
Rocky de Fuente I and II.
Stassen and Paulson. Cellmates with whom?
vox or moveon though infowars is not apt to get retweeted by larouche. (Ye get em.

Guy shouting at congressman.
Hyper partisan nit picker and rhetorician.
overstuffed meme creator.

The DSA. to be sure. again. socialists more mainly.

3rd party default insult.

math degree drop-outs.

Better to be a Moonie than a Larouchie. (Is he sure he’s remembering the right airport based org?)

Wistful memories in Boston. Or Houston voting. 2000 election primary results. The Illinois Democrats of 1986. (in more detail.). Or nuclear activism. 1992 primary results. 1996 primary race voting. the connecto conspiracism. Mark Benson has a Lame Claim to Fame.
Remember the Natural Law Party?. 1970s crash and smash at a Jarvis Tyner event. nawapa. 1980s inner-city (black) docu-narration. reagnites. history of george soros as boogey-man.

anti climate activists.

Unfortunately, Fiona Hill is dragged into the smear, (the giddy stumvle upon convenient disqualifying half-truth, spit it out everywhere immediately school of research) fixed as everyone is in the political tribalism it is hard to extract her in some people’s minds. (Larouchies try to defend their guy). Across the aisle, the dollop infers larouchies in trump land.
A warning to activists of specific noble causes. Warning about use of insult.

Attempting to make hay over the nazi flag showing up in screen at a Bernie Sanders rally — fraud history repeat once, and and again, here, ask the illinois dems in the 80s or the texas dems of last decade. or. (hm. And, dowd recalls reagan on dukakis again.)

A curious request, but so is this one.

Out with larouche, in with vermin supreme

Thursday, February 27th, 2020

I.  Can’t the Larouche org get any respect as a short hand for politico flotsam?  Consider how the New Republic references scenarios of politically undesirable candidates:
Vermin Supeme style stunt candidate, Larouche supporter, or a libertarian.

This Vermin Supreme guy — the new face of the Presidential Fringe. Note this book makes no mention of Larouche… How the mighty have fallen, indeed.

Though, at least one person from Port Townsend still goes to them.,
PTPD received a report about two men selling a box of “Larouche 2020” t-shirts at the post office.
Yeah, well… the campaign has takers, campaign results, defectors, and not takers.

Still shorthand to pummel Phyllis schafly, so they gots that. [As too merging to john birch to get to qanon. 40 years ago? getting there.)
floats about still.

II. The legacy of the Larouche movement: airport after thought to Hare Krishnas. Someone needs to create some retro-futuristic dystopian Mad Max ish sci fi where the future is revealed as Hare Krishnas vs the Larouchies for global dominance.
Crazy marxist dad did some haranguing, all back in the day. Well, consider the company he kept. (hm…
He has been exonerated after all.

III. Webster Tarpley refers to a “Tyrant Xi” on twitter. Thouugh that is part of why you see former fans turn on him and think he may be compromised by the deep state.
Not that I want to side with the people he has abandoned to align with ant Trump lefters, but his line is not consistent, being the one who rallied crowds calling Putin a force for Peace.

And Michael Billington sells the deep state on blog talk radio, leaving Tarpley… ?

IV. Interestingly, Jeffrey Steinberg, not Lyndon Larouche is the man listed in the 12 Americans against the British Royal Family. These days, Steinberg has… I guess… quit the org to pusue other other more comic book efforts.

I suspect a conspracy, where the powers that be are flooding headlines of peoples who share their enemies’ names to keep the public from this source. The British have some dude named Alex Jones we can make a story out of. See too the new director of… The Schiller Institute. Steinberg?

Confusion reigns in all corners. This blast from the past…and I could be wrong, but it does not read like Larouche.
More recent examples have clearer thoroughlines.

V. All about Stepping from the brink and mobilizing for trump, xi, putin.

Helga Zepp emerges as a social justice warrior, fighting microaggressions  on any pun laced headline or allusion to kung fu or bat soup. Maybe this is the play to a student activist core that have not been there in the era of Trump?

“Absolutely Heroic Response”, sayeth the Helga Zepp Xi Booster Movement. woo!.  (Lawrence Freeman thinks Ghana should be like China.

All the while, Trump fails to heed the call of the Helga Zepp Plan.

VI. It does appear you can blend the deployment Trump rally outreach with coverage of Burke’s 2020 New Jersey Senate bid.

As far afield as Ohio. Stop the coup; colonize mars

What I don’t understand is how Daniel Burke can get the stop the coup and colonize mars message into this nrws article without promoting his Senate aspirations, or the Larouche Movement for that matter. But I guess this predominates at a Trump rally. (Burke does the blog talk radio, and identifies as a… “Larouche REPUBLICAN”. Is that… official?

VII. Harley Schlanger looks to be emerging as the face of the Larouchian Movement. See “national spokesperson for Lyndon larouche”. [Hrm. He speaks for a dead guy?]
Sputnik News is
the place to go if you want answers and debate on whether Trump is winning Mega or winning Ultra, or
Obama getting ready to slam Bernie publically. Oddly, speculated in the National Review, but dismissed with the premise that he’s too much a wimp.

VIII. Ronald Wieczorek, Mount Vernon on Why you must defend this strong presidency

British MI6 launched this now years-long attempted coup against Trump, and our intelligence agencies and mainstream media joined in. These traitors don’t want to allow (any) president to cooperate with Russia or China or end the wars. They don’t want to allow (this) president to handle a financial crisis, because a strong President could adopt LaRouche’s Glass Steagall and national credit policies.
Glass Steagall pursued in one way or another by Trump… Any minute now…

IX.  Exiting the year 2019, entering 2020, a smattering of

memorial obituary;  notices, Gets to be called “influential” you see, and a return for a quick clip at the one year death announcement anniversary. capturing an essence, I s’pose.

X. While I was not looking, the citizen’s electoral council became the Australian Citizen’s Party.

Also, against the barrage of Neocon propaganda against china, and see too that neo-cons did it; not Trump
The Progressive socialist party of Ukraine is headed by one of those “Schiller party co-thinker”s. However one co-thinks.  Ossenkopp is associated with the Schiller Institute … International think tank.

XI. Somewhere Lyndon LaRouche says, “Hillary Clinton is crazy.” {larouche supported hillary in the 2008 primaroes, thpugh not so much afterward.}

Or is it Gabbard?. {Tulsi}.

“It’s not like she has a ton of places to go after this,” the operative said, likening Gabbard’s position in the current Democratic Party to perennial candidate and convicted fraudster Lyndon LaRouche. “She can do remote hits from Hawaii for the next five years—who wouldn’t want to do that?”

XI. abuse of power…

Steve Hassen has a book out.. Larouche barely figures.

“Pathological lying is characteristic of destructive cult leaders – saying things in a very confident way that have nothing to do with facts or truthfulness – blaming others and never taking responsibility for his own failures and faults – shunning and kicking out anyone who raises questions or concerns about his own behavior – his use of fear-mongering [calling] immigration a horrible thing… [saying] the press is the enemy of the people. That’s what Hubbard would say. That’s what Moon said. That’s what LaRouche said. Why? Because they’re demagogues.”

Ronald Wieczorek disagrees.

Back when Bloomberg’s positions had him living in colonial New York City, the LaRouche Political Action Committee created a stir there by portraying him as “Mousolini”—he shares policies with the Italian…

Bloomberg is currently getting slammed for cozy business and rationalizing China’s government.  Oh, and there’s a bit of authoritarian suggestions thrown about. Hm… the infomercial on viral epidemic tactic is familiar, ain’t it? (Buttitieg’s exit has implications for them all.

XII. Back in the day, the lym would spout “boomer” as a perjorative in Larouche’s internal politicking. Oh how everything changes..

On November 3, Massachusetts’ renown politicians Senator Ed Markey and Representative Jim McGovern convened a town hall open to the public at Clark University’s very own Atwood Hall to discuss the Green New Deal. […]

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, the House passed a set of procedures to govern the president’s impeachment inquiry. “What is happening to the president is a witch hunt,” said a woman named Jennifer, who identified herself with LaRouche, a pro-Trump super political action committee founded in the name of Lyndon LaRouche, a political activist, convicted fraudster, and cult leader.

Jennifer was quickly booed by audience members who shouted things like “this is about climate” and “OK, boomer.”
Ah well. They can always turn to choruses to balm the sting.

XIII. It isn’t set in the D.C. of K Street or Georgetown, or even the Lyndon LaRouche crazies hanging around DuPont Circle. It’s in the projects and town houses, the late night liquor stores and neighborhood baseball courts.
I guess someone else will have to write the Washington DC of the Larouchies.


And a standard Trump hires someone contributed once or twice to Larouche publication story.

IX. The Post Office tour returns.
They had sandwich boards set up between the sidewalk and Fulton Avenue. The signs and accompanying literature supported Trump’s policies that align with those of past political activist Lyndon Larouche, and decried the Green New Deal proposed by U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

By 1 p.m., however, City of Middletown police officers informed the pair that their signs were violating city ordinances regarding temporary signs. Under the threat of a summons, the demonstration became a single table of literature with a sign attached to the top of it.

the insult legacy.

ell, it has finally happened! The Lyndon LaRouche-like, tin-foil-hat-wearing, gender-deluded, pecksniffian Democrats, in a continual state of psychotic rage, have proven the truth of H. L Mencken’s statement that “democracy (and politics) is the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage. …. The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed … by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”

Counterpunch considers “executive intelligence review” a Spooky sounding name.

That Time Donald Trump & son and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were in Agreement

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Wikimedia mania!

Here’s how someone or other is addressing the matter of spotting Larouche’s politics.

LaRouche is now a strickly right wing movement, devoted to licking Trump’s butthole. Also, Bubby C. Is dumb and doesn’t understamd the internet.

Didn’t get the memo.  Then again, as late June 7th we got the question of “Is he actually dead?“…

Also, with a dead personality as personality cult leader, where we sometimes don’t differentiate actors from the leader, well… the statement stands.

II.  After five decades in the trenches, this tweet is the final by-product of the Lyndon Larouche Movement.  (Or maybe this conceptual artwork.  See?  They are leading a new Renaissance in Art.)

 It’s one of those days where you wake up, pull up Twitter, see “EatTheBabies” is trending, and know you’re going to spend the rest of the day wondering if it’s too early to start drinking/crying in public. You know, typical Friday stuff.

I fully assumed this was trollery by O’Keefe, who loves the theater of the absurd, or some other outfit.

Since the election of Donald Trump, the Larouche Movement (or sometimes expressed as simply “Larouche”, for the two become synonymous) have made the news cycling three times.  First, as a footnote for the dodgy dossier alleging the Russian government having video of Trump getting urinated on.  (To be sure, in the deepfake era, someone probably does.)  That doesn’t garner a lot of analysis as most coverage didn’t get far enough beyond that headline because… good taste prevailed after all.

The second time was at his death, which came with a few (understandably) flawed obituaries and some casual remembrances of seeing them (them = him) at airports and the like.

Now we have the third big Larouche headliner of the Trump Era.  This one I had been expecting for a while, wondering how it would play out, and now that it’s played out — I can say with utmost confidence that it’s something that played out.  It’s an old tactic they’d surely get some mileage out that would help kick their moribund organization in the teeth — say something crazy at a controversial politician’s town hall, garner notice, declare victory.  I wouldn’t have known who they’d be sending out for the task — except for the certainty that it would be swastika adorned Jovi Val — too many swastikas.  I did have the better than 50 percent odds that their focus would be Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, because of geography and that everyone is watching her.

Bottom line is that we have the Trumps — The Donald and son — tweeting in basically a “Ha!  Ha!  Check out that crazy woman!” AOC is way too woke for that, so her comment is the “Show some compassion for this mentally ill person”.  Upon declaration from the Larouchies that they were pulling a performance stunt, she refurbished it to a “Still not sure, that’s up to the doctors to decide”.

Comparing responses to the closest parallel of tactics and coverage — Rachel Brown with Barney Frank — Frank’s quip garnered the conservative media reaction of Bill O’Reilly tsk-tsking Frank’s meanness — while craftily packaging footage spotlighting a brush-off with an earlier town hall antagonist and excising Brown in relaying his exchange to her.  AOC’s more sedative response draws the reaction from partisans — “Note she didn’t reject eating babies!” — showing both angles of response won’t fully win … fully.

And the partisan wrangling lands on the standard lobbing to both “sides” — “Trump Supporter” or “He ran 7 times as a DEMOCRAT!”  Curious to note one comment that has Larouche as an Obama supporter, either deliberately or unintentionally (at either rate conveniently) cutting his history to spotlight the Larouchies’ brief flirtation to Obama following the 2008 election and before they jumped to the Obama – Hitler Mustache caper in exploiting the fight against his Health Care policy.

Lastly, we have one new twist here, wholly unexpected.  They appear to be aiming to fill the organization’s shaky coffers by selling a line of t-shirts with the “Eat the Babies” sloganeering — sure to appeal to the Hot Topic shopping whatever it is the latest amalgam of goth, emo, punkish youth culture are called — slide next to their Emily the Strange t-shirt wear.  It may suggest a new direction for the Larocuhies, a turn away from politics — next up the “New Dark Ages” key-chain — think of the Oneida Utopia Community’s turn to selling silverware.  Maybe they can market some “Double the Square” contraptions.  It’ll make a mint, I’m sure of it!

Their defense:   Sometimes, only satire works. … Though, only if anyone anywhere can figure out contexts.  For all you new fans of Lissie, go to 1:37:20, and we’ll get the fight against people who view Man as Animal, and the problem of people who think going to clubs is fun.  (“Going to Clubs isn’t find, making discoveries that have never been made before is what’s fun!”)
There’s your crisis actor you’ve all been desperately looking for.

So… descriptors:  A fringe political group claimed responsibility for a strange stunt.  A Pro-Trump conservative group.

Odd analysis from Russia Today:  The truth is that both sides got played.
An odd pro-life abortion angle.

They posted images on Fb on Wednesday of LaRouche PAC members who they mentioned had been ‘difficult college students with a polemical marketing campaign, “Eat the Children,”…to scale back the planet’s inhabitants one baby at a time!

How did it backfire, exactly? The troll got their airplay. Even if REAL media outted the plant later, the EatTheBabies hashtag has already trended.  And you place it in the past tense.

When confronted by an obvious fruitcake, the reaction of mature adults is to wait a bit for them to run out of steam, then ignore them and get on with business.

Nay… they exploited the Meme-topia Agethough, really just for a 15 minute burst.  And a bunch of pop culture references lobbed about.

Both stories proved irresistible fodder for Twitter, and understandably so. The bizarre baby-eating outburst was entertaining, although some on the right genuinely seemed to assign it news value for Ocasio-Cortez’s response, in which she did not condemn cannibalizing infants.

Neither Trump has apologized or removed their factually incorrect tweets.

But even these doomsayers rarely advocate anything more extreme than shifting to renewable energy. The baby-eating stunt implies that there is some deeper, destructive side to environmentalism.
For what it’s worth, the latest New Republic covers the “eco-fascist” community.  Which I guess will be fodder for smearings.

The woman referenced Magnus Söderlund, a Swedish behavioral scientist who recently raised the possibility of human flesh as a sustainable food source. Söderlund, however, is simply a single person without any connection with Ocasio-Cortez, and not even he was making the proposal in full seriousness.

Yuck. I thought we cured LaRouche disease years ago. Is this a new antibiotic resistant form? AOC handled that clown show elegantly and like the jujitsu-ista she is, turned it around against the stupid’s. While there are a couple issues I don’t see eye to eye with her on, I remain a steady fan of our modern day La Passionara! Go AOC!

POINT:  This was a masterful troll. It was beautifully implemented and a thing that should be admired at least on some level. ALL of the great or even good memery and trolling seems to be coming from the right, these days. What happened on the left? Has the identitarian outrage culture left you completely devoid of creativity and humor?
COUNTERPOINT:  No, this was a bad troll that was obviously a troll from the get go. No none actually believed that the nutter was an AOC supporter, at best they thought she was just severely mentally ill, then she was escorted out and no one really engaged with her dumb “ideas”. Set your bar higher.

AOC can be seen trying to calm the woman down, repeatedly saying “it’s ok,” and ignoring the comments about babies. While the woman’s reference to “bombing” Russia may seem odd, the group supports both President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., wow, there’s the name of a screwball that I had not thought of in a long time.

Between those fools and the Hare Krishnas, they added more obstacles to air travel in the 80s than TSA did post 9/11- they would jockey for the prime real estate at stairwells and escalators to ‘engage’ people who just wanted to run away..

I thought Ocascio-Cortez had better security than this. She needs it. She is near the top of the list of Congresswomen the right wants to assassinate.

BreibartWhile some members of the group have expressed support for President Trump –  (As in all of them,)  citing his “favorable economic policies” – many mainstream outlets are describing to the extremist cult-like group as simply a “pro-Trump group.”  I suppose you can pivot to the “Don’t Be a Chump for Trump” campaign ad.

And and and and … So So  So.

The connection of this stunt to LaRouche was first noted by London-based Matthew Sweet, author of the book Operation Chaos, which looks at conspiracy theorists of the late 1960s, including Lyndon LaRouche Jr.,

(blink)… Er… not quite the premise of the book.  Also, for what it’s worth, the connection was probably noted before on factnet larouchie watchers…

the late cofounder of the group. LaRouche, who was perhaps best known for his antisemitic conspiracy theories, died this past February. LaRouche claimed that Jews were actually funding the KKK and said that the Queen of England wanted to have him killed.
“It is textbook stuff,” Sweet told Gizmodo via Twitter DM, referring to yesterday’s bizarre stunt. “They have been in this game for decades.”
Sweet notes that the group did something similar to 1988 presidential candidate Michael Dukakis, spreading leaflets that he was mentally unwell and had visited a psychiatrist. The campaign made national headlines and Dukakis was forced to release medical records refuting the claim.
Aside from yesterday’s outburst, LaRouche PAC has been trying to get “eat children” satire out in other street-level engagements to discredit the environmental movement. The group posted photos to Facebook on October 2 that includes a message about eating children, as well as other more earnest messages in support of Donald Trump.

Sam Sedar talks to El Chapo at 1:45… “These are the Obama Hitler Mustache People” (same pointed out by rightwingwatch)…
(The next exchange regarding Jacob Wohl perhaps more interesting, frankly.)

One last word:  The Chinese already eat fetus soup!
And you know who likes the Chinese government?  I mean, besides the NBA…

III.  Allowing Rush Limbaugh to remark his memories that … he’s still alive?  Well… no.
And concerted memory:

John Frary of Farmington:  I first became an activist Republican in 1979, on behalf of Ronald Reagan. That’s when I had my first personal encounter with the LaRouche cult. An elderly Republican party official visited me at home with happy news about an anti-Carter Democrat named Cohen who had come from Washington to coordinate with New Jersey Republicans. He had given the activist a stack of his organization’s newspaper, “New Solidarity,” for distribution. After I explained the LaRouchian origin of his newspaper the old guy wanted to give young Mr. Cohen a piece of his mind. I suggested it would be more productive to ask for more stacks on New Solidarity and then take them to the dump. So it was done.

Rutgers University seemed to have a significant group of cultists back in the eighties. Posters appeared there regularly. The art work was pretty good and the texts described the vast conspiracy controlled by Nelson Rockefeller, Queen Elizabeth, the CIA, the KGB, the New York Police Department, and the Anthropology Department at New York University. As it happens I knew a grad student who subscribed to the cult’s glossy magazine at $360 a year. Turns out the conspiracy went all the way back to the Byzantine Empire and incorporated Frances Merovingian Dynasty. Very convincing, it was illustrated by, among other things, a photo of the tomb of Dagobert I. Yessir, an actual photo of Dagobert’s tomb. Can’t argue with a picture.

Rutgers students appeared at Middlesex County College every spring to set up a LaRouchian table with copies of New Solidarity and other inspiring literature. The first few years they dressed counter-culturally. Then orders came down from the Leader and they begin to show up dressed like Mormon missionaries.

TOWARD FUSION.  See, they’re environmentalists, right?  Also… given their reputation — Like LaRouche himself, the CEC is perpetually on message, preaching imminent crisis. — they’re not the ones to try to parody chicken little environmentalist politics.

IV.  Bob Baker at Kansas Cattlemen’s Association will host annual convention and trade show in Newton.

V.  When a telephoned bomb threat disrupted a lecture by Congressman Paul Findley, a critic of Israel, we continued the presentation in a stairwell. When followers of radical Lyndon LaRouche tried to break up a meeting, we removed them from the premises. We never, ever gave in to bullying.

VII.  Some even go as far as to say that 440Hz can incite fear and/or anger, and was a ploy devised by the Nazis in the Second World War.

Richard A. Blacka long-time member of The Schiller Institute in New York… feeds Chinese media outlets.

VIII.  While Larouche gets a photograph here, Jim Jones, David Koresh, and Charles Manson get headline notices.  Steve Hassen and the “cult” line in politics — goes back to some commentary on Obama (by no less than infamous right wing Republican hack Paul Krugman), and before in one way, and in one way always a little true — if it’s even more true now, you can discuss.  As Steve Hassen credentials himself.

Is the new Campus Tour “Days of Action” placed in the “Committee of Correspondence” framework?

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

I.  From “Everything Trump Touches Dies”, the Republican strategist anti Trump pundit figure surveys about and finds

Of course, in the Trump era, no conspiracy is complete without an appearance by Roger Stone. Clad sometimes in a black T-shirt and beret, Stone frequently appears on Infowars, looking like a member of the Gray Panthers’ Viagra Liberation Front and sounding as if he’s mainlining Red Bull, steroids, and the ghostly ectoplasm of Lyndon LaRouche.

1.  So Rick Wilson connects Roger Stone to his appearances with Alex Jones, and not the Lyndon Larouche movement — never mind we have Roger Stone when asked about Larouche giving the “railroaded by Bush” line.
2.  Larouche resides as disconnected insult.
3.  Wilson appears to suggest Larouche as dead in a book published August 2018.

II.  Is there any evidence of such a thing having happened?
To bring about the necessary policy discussion on the collapsing British system, their fascist proposals on display at Jackson Hole, and most importantly the policy measures needed to bring about a classical New Paradigm, the international LaRouche Movement will hold Days of Action on university campuses in the first part of September, both across the United States and in close to a dozen countries internationally. This initiating deployment will be, in the words of Zepp-LaRouche, “an appeal to the youth of the world to transform the human species, by making sure that the human species becomes a space-faring species, and that there are principles which mean that this Green fascist stuff is completely wrong.”

Hm…  Not getting much news action on this front, but apparently the “College Tour” circuit was back on.   Was it?  I don’t see any college newspaper clippings on it, or social media reportages.  While there were a scattering through Obama, this was last a product in the Bush Administration years — where they sought recruitment by railing against Cheney and offered to double the square — that last one prompting students to believe that they were Beatnik collectives.  Much has changed since that time… first of all, it’s not student aged talking to student aged — we’d be getting to the point where the Larouchies are aged at competing as counterprogramming education to their professors.

Not sure what they’d be going for in the current age of Trump.  Perhaps, they’ll be seeking a “viral moment” — the Internet’s conservative side is full of the stealings and ripping off of the heads of MAGA hats.  The dilemma is that there’s not much a backing of college Republicans ready to zoom in on unceremonious Larouche table overturns.

In the current era, how do they respond to “Lyndon Larouche?  Isn’t he dead?”  (Breitbart appears to be the only media outlet of major note — for good or ill — that reports his birth still — for good or ill.)

III.  “Blog Talk Radio” … I’m not going to listen to any much — beyond the opening “Soldiers” song — but I guess given the link to the “sign the petition”… if  Trump gets us to the Moon, he’ll win California?

IV.  We figure out the true purpose of the CEC.

Even if the cash ban is introduced, which seems likely, the debate has provided the CEC with invaluable publicity for fundraising, which is one of its core skills. Last year it declared an income of $1.8 million, a huge sum for a party with no MPs.

Also seen with the CEC, a love of petitionsAndand

They need to stay active as possible in response to the big question posed

Will the organisation of his Australian followers, the Citizens Electoral Council (CEC) – whose political influence has been in decline for some time – survive his demise?

Did it … survive his life?

The CEC has stood candidates in successive federal elections for nearly two decades, during which time it has been consistently and spectacularly unsuccessful. In 2004, the party ran candidates in 95 seats nationally and polled last in 80 of them. It received 42,349 votes, representing 0.36% of the total. It has fared little differently since then, except that it has fielded steadily fewer candidates. In the most recent federal election in May, the CEC only stood candidates for two lower house seats, who garnered a mere 2,834 votes nationally (0.02%).

As climate change comes back into focus as an issue, we’ll see smatterings of their other work:

The book was written by Lorenzo Carrasco, a Mexican immigrant to Brazil, and published in 2001 by the Washington-based Executive Intelligence Review, which was founded by the controversial U.S. conspiracy theorist and climate denier Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.

While Green Mafia might seem inconsequential — reserved to the chat groups of conspiracy theorists — it may have left its mark on Brazilian far-right and conservative theories of environmentalism at the time.

And… UH OH.  Where’s the other Schiller Institute heading on environmental issues?

V.   The Washington Post is truly haunted by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
So claims the Larouche Movement.  Why?  Because they published an obituary of Albert V. Bryan, Jr. — which noted that he was the judge during the trial that brought Larouche to prison.  It’s not the main thrust of the focus of his career — that comes after noting him as running a “Rocket Docket”.  Indeed, in the comments section for the Washington Post article, the main focus point comes in debating the merits of his approach.  No one seems to care about the prosecution of Larouche.

(The Boston Globe, for whatever reason, not haunted?…)

V.  Three Republicans “of note” have thrown their hats into the ring for the Republican Primary race against Donald Trump.  I’m not one to judge what a “win” means for their efforts to exert some definition of Republicanism against that pronounced by Donald Trump, but due to the nature of these things… Larouche’s name will come up as a measuring stick of some kind…

Because Donald Trump is Donald Trump, people seem to have assumed that the normal laws of politics don’t apply. But if you had been handed a sheet with the president’s name crossed out and just the various polling numbers on it, then you would have expected at least one serious candidate—by which I mean “not Lyndon LaRouche”—to challenge the sitting president this cycle.

A few points of interest on Larouche as a precedent.  In either 1996 or 2000 (don’t know which), Larouche won a delegate thereabouts — delegates refused to the convention rules.  Toss in the mix the participants in the Democratic nomination fight of 2012 against Obama, and we have what you see with rules governing the three Republicans running.  Not quite the precedent set with states that alloted delegates and shut down the primary against Pat Buchanan in 1992, (South Carolina notably with Sanford in 2020), but in dealing with Larouche, we’re dealing with footnotes.

But, if the Republicans running want to use Larouche as a precedent

In 1992 the California Secretary of State excluded Lyndon LaRouche from the Democratic presidential primary ballot. LaRouche sued in state court and won. In response to the court decision, the Secretary of State promulgated new standards: she will place anyone on the primary ballot who either campaigns in California, or who has appeared on the ballot in at least twenty other states, or who appeared in fifteen states and contested at least five caucuses.

VI.  The Washington Times focuses on the coming electoral meanderings of the Larouche Movement

“I don’t know what we’ll do in the future, but we will probably get into some independent expenditures,” she said. “We’re looking at the whole picture, especially in the Midwest. That’s our homeland; that’s traditionally been our stomping ground.”
It’s not clear how much stomping LaRouche did in the Midwest or other regions.

They failed to sell the Senate bid of … um… hm… I know they’re running someone for Senate, but I forgot who.  It would be nice if when a news media asks them about their current electoral plans, they would … maybe… promote who they say they’re running.

The PAC took in $2.1 million last year, but virtually all of it went to administrative costs and a donation to the LaRouche Policy Institute.

“When you see them transferring big amounts of money to entities that are basically another arm of themselves, it really doesn’t give you any clue what the money is being spent on,” said Andrew Mayersohn, a PAC analyst at the Center for Responsive Politics.

The little sums, on the other hand, show that they spent a couple bucks at McDonalds and Starbucks and the like…

While noting that everything is legal and abides by Federal Election Commission regulations, Mr. Mayersohn, who identified the PAC in question without being told, said, “I’m not aware of any other PAC that operates that way.”

That’s because… THEY’RE REBELS.  They play by their own rules of reality.  And the Larouchie running in 2020 can only hope to equal past successes… still the stuff of notes on looming elections such as

John Cornyn’s last election was against a billionaire who just squeaked by a “Larouche Democrat” through a run off primary.


VII.  Say what?

 The Queen is no stranger to accusations of serious crime. Lyndon Larouche, a prison time-serving Nixon aide and habitual joke presidential candidate, claimed she was the mastermind behind the entire global drugs trade.
You know… I was always a little surprised I didn’t see notice of Larouche’s death in gay publications.  We just see tricklings of “California history” popping up here and there.

VIII.  So, we got William Jones for China selling “the BRI”.  Also in the Global TimesAnd here’s Ghana news bite.

A letter to the editor from Doug Mallouk taking in the “neo-Malthusian” motives of the El Paso shooter.
Also, more Trump support and British bashing from Doug Mallouk.

IX.  c=256, baby!

50 years ago, on July 20, 1969, America landed Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon, a victory for all mankind. America intends to return to the moon, and woman and a man, in five years.  Join us for an evening celebrating these historic milestones and the beginning of a new era! Reception to follow.
Free Concert: Mozart’s Solemn Vespers and Songs about the Moon from around the World. Presented by the Virginia Schiller Institute Community Chorus.

X.  Guilt by association of idea.

More recently, the idea of such a bank was promoted by Lyndon LaRouche. He was a self-trained economist who ran for president eight times, once, as the New York Times noted in his obituary, from a prison cell. LaRouche died earlier this year at age 96.
Angela Vullo of Virginia, a member of the pro-bank coalition, told the council that “misinformation” linking the group to the LaRouche organization is false. Stuart Rosenblatt, another member of the coalition, declined to comment before the meeting on any LaRouche connections.

XI.  At the Left forum… factnet post factnet forum

but it is the former where he explicitly outs “LaRouchies” for work they did as CIA lackeys in weakening the socialist movements of the 70s. His brief remarks on the matter commence at around 1:28:10 through 1:28:40.