Discussion:
OT: Anyone ever encounter a LaRouchite?
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Erica
2004-01-04 15:25:27 UTC
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I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.

Til yesterday.

Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.

I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.

On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."

In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."

It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.

And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.

So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?

Erica
Rv Cloim
2004-01-04 19:10:49 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
I've never heard the Jewish comments before, and never met any of his
supporters.

What I've heard (from his past political campaigns):

LaRouche: Solve the deficit problems by ordering the Fed to print more
money.

LaRouche: Solve the water problems in the west by draining Canadian
rivers.

That's all I need to know. The man's a kook.
ralph gibbons
2004-01-05 03:53:17 UTC
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Post by Rv Cloim
I've never heard the Jewish comments before, and never met any of his
supporters.
LaRouche: Solve the deficit problems by ordering the Fed to print more
money.
LaRouche: Solve the water problems in the west by draining Canadian
rivers.
That's all I need to know.
Wow! You don't seem to need to know very much. You are completely
wrong on the deficit issue; in fact, they are attempting to solve it
by printing money (or rather, creating it through more sophisticated
electronic means) even now, as we speak. LaRouche has warned that this
leads to Weimar-style hyperinflation.

LaRouche has advocated moving water around, as we did in FDR's time
with the Tennessee Valley Authority, but he hardly advocates "draining
Canadian rivers."

Has it occurred to the participants of this thread, that rather than
wasting bandwidth by repeating gossip, you can actually visit
LaRouche's campaign website, which is very comprehensive and
searchable? It is http://www.LaRoucheIn2004.net
Kermit
2004-01-05 04:25:07 UTC
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Post by ralph gibbons
Post by Rv Cloim
I've never heard the Jewish comments before, and never met any of his
supporters.
LaRouche: Solve the deficit problems by ordering the Fed to print more
money.
LaRouche: Solve the water problems in the west by draining Canadian
rivers.
That's all I need to know.
Wow! You don't seem to need to know very much. You are completely
wrong on the deficit issue; in fact, they are attempting to solve it
by printing money (or rather, creating it through more sophisticated
electronic means) even now, as we speak. LaRouche has warned that this
leads to Weimar-style hyperinflation.
LaRouche has advocated moving water around, as we did in FDR's time
with the Tennessee Valley Authority, but he hardly advocates "draining
Canadian rivers."
Has it occurred to the participants of this thread, that rather than
wasting bandwidth by repeating gossip, you can actually visit
LaRouche's campaign website, which is very comprehensive and
searchable? It is http://www.LaRoucheIn2004.net
This is a direct quote from his website:
"The central feature of all his activities, is emphasis upon those
sovereign cognitive powers of the individual human mind whose functions
are merely typified by validated discoveries of physical principle.
Since his original discoveries of the 1948-1952 interval, he has always
emphasized that the processes responsible for discovery of physical
principles are identical in nature with those responsible for the
composition of metaphor in great compositions in Classical forms of
poetry, music, tragedy, and plastic arts. This view he acquired in
rejecting Immanuel Kant's Romantic dogma for aesthetics. Accordingly, he
rejects the empiricist, cartesian, and positivist notions of both
"objective science," and the separation of science from art. He treats
science and art as intrinsically subjective, rather than objective, as
the subjective generation of objectively validatable new principles of
science, new ideas spawned as resolutions of metaphor."

He rejects empericist and objective science, eh? Kook.
--
Kermit
Remove _your_inhibitions_ to reply.
Erica
2004-01-05 08:55:03 UTC
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Post by Kermit
Post by ralph gibbons
Post by Rv Cloim
I've never heard the Jewish comments before, and never met any of his
supporters.
LaRouche: Solve the deficit problems by ordering the Fed to print more
money.
LaRouche: Solve the water problems in the west by draining Canadian
rivers.
That's all I need to know.
Wow! You don't seem to need to know very much. You are completely
wrong on the deficit issue; in fact, they are attempting to solve it
by printing money (or rather, creating it through more sophisticated
electronic means) even now, as we speak. LaRouche has warned that this
leads to Weimar-style hyperinflation.
LaRouche has advocated moving water around, as we did in FDR's time
with the Tennessee Valley Authority, but he hardly advocates "draining
Canadian rivers."
Has it occurred to the participants of this thread, that rather than
wasting bandwidth by repeating gossip, you can actually visit
LaRouche's campaign website, which is very comprehensive and
searchable? It is http://www.LaRoucheIn2004.net
"The central feature of all his activities, is emphasis upon those
sovereign cognitive powers of the individual human mind whose functions
are merely typified by validated discoveries of physical principle.
Since his original discoveries of the 1948-1952 interval, he has always
emphasized that the processes responsible for discovery of physical
principles are identical in nature with those responsible for the
composition of metaphor in great compositions in Classical forms of
poetry, music, tragedy, and plastic arts. This view he acquired in
rejecting Immanuel Kant's Romantic dogma for aesthetics. Accordingly, he
rejects the empiricist, cartesian, and positivist notions of both
"objective science," and the separation of science from art. He treats
science and art as intrinsically subjective, rather than objective, as
the subjective generation of objectively validatable new principles of
science, new ideas spawned as resolutions of metaphor."
He rejects empericist and objective science, eh? Kook.
From his Children of Satan II: the Beast Men soon-to-be pamplet.

"Children of Satan II: The Beast-Men

DeLay Is, After All, a Freak
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
[A timely reminder to some among my friends]

There is sometimes a tendency to forget, or overlook what should have
been recalled as the plain fact of a case.

Obviously, Tom DeLay is not a Christian; he is a freak salvaged from
Washington, D.C.'s political equivalent of "Skid Row"; he is a case of a
"zombie-like" synthetic personality taken over by something like the
psychopathological equivalent of "the body-snatchers from outer space"!
An important comparison which clarifies the significance of that
distinction for our national-security, is to set the deluded DeLay, and
kindred sorts of reprocessed cultural garbage disposed by the
Fellowship's "Frankenstein Factory," beside the 1970s trio from the
"Revolution in Military Affairs" project of Newt Gingrich, Al Gore, Jr.,
and Alvin Toffler. Gingrich was fully witting; pathetic Gore is nasty,
but his wits are somewhere else much of the time; but, DeLay, as U.S.
intelligence agent Edgar Allan Poe might have said, is a clear-cut
clinical case of the missing marbles."

"U.S. Intelligence Agent Edgar Allan Poe"? Whaaaat!?

And this about Newt Gingrich:

"Read Newt "Contract on America" Gingrich's 1995 "inaugural address" as
"Squeaker of the House." This was the speech which Newt delivered then
to his faithful "storm troopers" preparing for their triumphal march
into the House of Representatives. For any competent student of modern
history, Gingrich's equivalent of "Mein Kampf," delivered orally on that
day, was a confession of Newt's fully witting conversion to the original
form of the Synarchist International, the banker-owned Jacobin with
radical-right-wing intentions. On that occasion, Newt proclaimed himself
as re-launching the France-Revolution's model of a putatively left-wing
(e.g., "populist") 1789-94-style revolution against the principles of
the American Constitution represented by Bailly and Lafayette. He was an
incarnate, Phrygian-capped dionysiac en route to establishing a fascist
(e.g., Napoleonic reactionary tyranny) in the U.S.A. Newt was playing
"Beast-Man" Robespierre to Dick Cheney's "Beast-Man" Hitler-role."

He reminds me in some ways of a few of the folks here. He's fond of the
"neo-con" catchphrase, for one.

And Dick Cheney's has ultra conservative Israelis on his staff, you
know. The horror...the horror...

Enough facts for ye, boopsie? No more gossip for us. No siree. The truth
is MUCH more entertaining.
ralph gibbons
2004-01-05 15:31:10 UTC
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Post by Erica
No more gossip for us. No siree. The truth
is MUCH more entertaining.
Ah, Grasshopper. You are making progress.
Brainfried
2004-01-04 20:40:13 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Erica
Hi Erica,

I never have, but I found this link which I think you'll get a kick out
of.

http://www.rickross.com/reference/larouche/larouche5.html

That's how to deal with them.
ralph gibbons
2004-01-06 15:43:38 UTC
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Post by Brainfried
Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Erica
Hi Erica,
I never have, but I found this link which I think you'll get a kick out
of.
http://www.rickross.com/reference/larouche/larouche5.html
Actually, the whole site is very entertaining, although I was
disappointed that this page:
http://www.rickross.com/reference/scientology/Scien47.html

...doesn't explain the origin of the name, "Rick Rocks-in-the-box."
raven1
2004-01-04 22:12:18 UTC
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On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 09:25:27 -0600, Erica
Post by Erica
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
No, actually, he's probably crazier. I've talked with some of his
followers, and seen one or two of his cable shows. It's mostly nutty
conspiracy theories with the usual lack of any supporting evidence.
JTEM
2004-01-05 05:41:56 UTC
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Post by raven1
No, actually, he's probably crazier. I've talked with
some of his followers, and seen one or two of his
cable shows. It's mostly nutty conspiracy theories
with the usual lack of any supporting evidence.
I'd have to disagree.

A lot of his stuff is accurate, or at least based on fact. In
my experience he "enhances" his position a great deal
with wild speculation & misrepresentation.

For example, I can recall back when he still had the anti
drug scam going (and this was *Before* D.A.R.E. and
similar groups). I saw one of his "informative publications"
on the subject. Although I can't honestly recall a single
blatent fabrication, I do recall an issue with ages.

It had something to do with the age by which (what was
supposed to be) an alarming number of "kids" had tried
drugs. Instead of making up a younger age, what he did
was include a photo of children much younger than this
ever so shocking age by which a large number of children
would have tried drugs, and the text read, "Children only
a little older than these are using drugs."

Well, what's a "little older"? Five years? Eight years?
What?

Although there's only a mere four years seperating a
12 y.o. from a 16 y.o., you get a lot more *Shock*
value depicting 12 year olds when you're talking about
the age by which most "kids" have tried drugs.

Now take into account that the kids he depicted couldn't
have been older than 10... at the very most.

That was a long time ago though, and, if anything, he's
grown somewhat looser in accuracy.
Divin Marquis
2004-01-05 16:00:56 UTC
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Post by raven1
No, actually, he's probably crazier. I've talked with some of his
followers, and seen one or two of his cable shows. It's mostly nutty
conspiracy theories with the usual lack of any supporting evidence.
The problem is that a good part of his conspiracy theories are actually
true. The other part being what you usually mean by "conspiracy theory".

I think it's important to acknowledge this, because what makes some
perfectly sane people join that kind of movement is that they realize that
he has a point against the general opinion, and assume wrongly that
everything else is similarly true despite what most people believe.

IIRC he's big on the jewish conspiracy thing; think about it for a second.
It's true, and it's not antisemitic to say that groups supporting the
current racist gov't of Israel have huge influence in the White House, and
have had for a decade or two. It doesn't mean that every jew's in league
to enslave the whole world or something. But if you just don't know the
former, when you realize it, you might find yourself wondering if the
latter is not true, as well ...
Al Klein
2004-01-05 00:14:54 UTC
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On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 09:25:27 -0600, Erica
Post by Erica
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Yes. No. Even more. :)

The way to eliminate the deficit is to print money? Well, it would
work - so would decapitation to cure a headache.
--
"I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your
Christ."
- Mohandas Gandhi
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rukbat at optonline dot net
William Barwell
2004-01-05 03:25:25 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Yes, I have met La Rouchites before, they usually hung out at the local
post office.

You should have signed their stinky petition, while giggling.
La Rouche is a lot of fun, if you consider the election as a
Simpsons cartoon, La Rouche is Sideshow Bob. Being younger
than I, you almost assuredly do not remember La Rouche in his heyday
in the 80's. He was a real scream. He'd have these hour long
rants he'd buy time on TV for. It would start with La Rouche seated in a
large, overstuffed chair while classical music would play.
And he'd commence to rant. About politics, the parties, medieval history,
philospher Nicholas Cusa, economics, anf foreign policy. His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.

It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.

How many politicians do you know who can talk about the philosphy of
Nicholas of Cusa and find it important enough to explain to the ignorant
masses?

Here in Houston, for some years, his local organization would run
candidates for anything, Mayor, state Senator, Congressman.
They always lost badly at the polls.

One in particular, Susan Director, perennial candidate was
truely amazing. Rabid is too laid back for her style. She was
truely an over the top orator who was a joy to listen to.
Mussolini on angel dust. You listen to this over-excited woman
spewing rabid agit-prop and you'd just howl with laughter.
It was like a Saturday Night live parody of an over the top
fringe candidate.

The last time I saw the La Rouchites run ol' Lyndon, he was in prison,
and his program suffered a bit for it. Ranting about Nicholas of Cusa
over a bad phone connection in the federal penitentiary's day room
is not exactly awe inspiring. (He was there for credit card fraud).

Did you know that Lyndon La Rouche and Jimmy Bakker were
briefly cell mates in prison?

Frankly, the chance of 81 year old Lyndon La Rouce actually
taking more than .001% of the vote is slim to none, but he
is, or was at his peak, a true and inspiring monument to political kookery
and entertainment.
A human whoopy cushion.

And if he runs (and he will) and he manages to get enough $$$
to buy 30 minutes of air time, and put on another program,
DON'T MISS IT! With luck, he'll be back in the saddle and will
entertain us again. The spirit of Andy Kaufman lives!

There is, or was, a newsgroup, alt.politics.lyndon-larouche.
Dead for a long time, might be worth checking again.

Approached in the right manner, La Rouche is nothing to fear,
he is a in fact, a Living Slack Master, a man who has wandered off the
beaten track and is blazing a trail to ....somewhere not normal.
An inspiration. With preseverance, and a good lawyer, and
Nicholas of Cusa to guide us, we too can live a rich, abnormal lifestyle
and be infamous for 15 minutes also.


Now, if you really want to fear a political candidate, we have Bush.
For a truely dangerous political cult, google PNAC.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Rev. 11D Meow!
2004-01-05 03:33:41 UTC
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LaRouche gets $800,000 in taxpayer money

January 2, 2004

BY LIZ SIDOTI [AD]




WASHINGTON -- The government will give six presidential candidates $15.4
million combined in federal matching funds on Friday, less than half of the
amount it divided among presidential candidates during the same period in
2000.

Retired Gen. Wesley Clark will get $3.7 million, the largest amount. That's
followed by $3.6 million for Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, $3.4 million
for North Carolina Sen. John Edwards and $3.1 million for Missouri Rep. Dick
Gephardt. Perennial presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche will get $839,000
and Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich will get $736,000.

Taxpayers pay for the program by checking a box on their income-tax returns.

President Bush, and Democrats Howard Dean of Vermont and Sen. John Kerry of
Massachusetts all opted out of the public financing system.

Each candidate, to qualify, must raise at least $5,000 in each of 20 states
in donations of $250 or less and keep detailed contribution records,
including donors' names, addresses and employer information.

AP
Post by William Barwell
Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Yes, I have met La Rouchites before, they usually hung out at the local
post office.
You should have signed their stinky petition, while giggling.
La Rouche is a lot of fun, if you consider the election as a
Simpsons cartoon, La Rouche is Sideshow Bob. Being younger
than I, you almost assuredly do not remember La Rouche in his heyday
in the 80's. He was a real scream. He'd have these hour long
rants he'd buy time on TV for. It would start with La Rouche seated in a
large, overstuffed chair while classical music would play.
And he'd commence to rant. About politics, the parties, medieval history,
philospher Nicholas Cusa, economics, anf foreign policy. His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
How many politicians do you know who can talk about the philosphy of
Nicholas of Cusa and find it important enough to explain to the ignorant
masses?
Here in Houston, for some years, his local organization would run
candidates for anything, Mayor, state Senator, Congressman.
They always lost badly at the polls.
One in particular, Susan Director, perennial candidate was
truely amazing. Rabid is too laid back for her style. She was
truely an over the top orator who was a joy to listen to.
Mussolini on angel dust. You listen to this over-excited woman
spewing rabid agit-prop and you'd just howl with laughter.
It was like a Saturday Night live parody of an over the top
fringe candidate.
The last time I saw the La Rouchites run ol' Lyndon, he was in prison,
and his program suffered a bit for it. Ranting about Nicholas of Cusa
over a bad phone connection in the federal penitentiary's day room
is not exactly awe inspiring. (He was there for credit card fraud).
Did you know that Lyndon La Rouche and Jimmy Bakker were
briefly cell mates in prison?
Frankly, the chance of 81 year old Lyndon La Rouce actually
taking more than .001% of the vote is slim to none, but he
is, or was at his peak, a true and inspiring monument to political kookery
and entertainment.
A human whoopy cushion.
And if he runs (and he will) and he manages to get enough $$$
to buy 30 minutes of air time, and put on another program,
DON'T MISS IT! With luck, he'll be back in the saddle and will
entertain us again. The spirit of Andy Kaufman lives!
There is, or was, a newsgroup, alt.politics.lyndon-larouche.
Dead for a long time, might be worth checking again.
Approached in the right manner, La Rouche is nothing to fear,
he is a in fact, a Living Slack Master, a man who has wandered off the
beaten track and is blazing a trail to ....somewhere not normal.
An inspiration. With preseverance, and a good lawyer, and
Nicholas of Cusa to guide us, we too can live a rich, abnormal lifestyle
and be infamous for 15 minutes also.
Now, if you really want to fear a political candidate, we have Bush.
For a truely dangerous political cult, google PNAC.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
William Barwell
2004-01-05 05:17:02 UTC
Permalink
www.larouchein2004.net

Wheeeeeeeeee!


Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!

"Children of Satan II: The Beast-men campaign pamphlet"

La Rouche Youth movement!
"Give me 10,000 youth by March and nothing can stop us!"
- Lyndon La Rouche

Wheeeeeeee!

"Democrat LaRouche to issue new blast at beastman Lieberman"

"The 'Maritones' A Tavern of Fascist prostitues."
WeEiIrRdD RaANnt! Wheeeeeee!

"Who is Lyndon LaRouche - Economist, Philospher,
World Leader, and Scientific Thinker"


Wheeeeeee!


Entertain us, Lyndon!
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
LaRouche gets $800,000 in taxpayer money
January 2, 2004
BY LIZ SIDOTI [AD]
WASHINGTON -- The government will give six presidential candidates $15.4
million combined in federal matching funds on Friday, less than half of
the amount it divided among presidential candidates during the same period
in 2000.
Retired Gen. Wesley Clark will get $3.7 million, the largest amount.
That's followed by $3.6 million for Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, $3.4
million for North Carolina Sen. John Edwards and $3.1 million for Missouri
Rep. Dick Gephardt. Perennial presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche will
get $839,000 and Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich will get $736,000.
Taxpayers pay for the program by checking a box on their income-tax returns.
President Bush, and Democrats Howard Dean of Vermont and Sen. John Kerry
of Massachusetts all opted out of the public financing system.
Each candidate, to qualify, must raise at least $5,000 in each of 20
states in donations of $250 or less and keep detailed contribution
records, including donors' names, addresses and employer information.
AP
Post by William Barwell
Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Yes, I have met La Rouchites before, they usually hung out at the local
post office.
You should have signed their stinky petition, while giggling.
La Rouche is a lot of fun, if you consider the election as a
Simpsons cartoon, La Rouche is Sideshow Bob. Being younger
than I, you almost assuredly do not remember La Rouche in his heyday
in the 80's. He was a real scream. He'd have these hour long
rants he'd buy time on TV for. It would start with La Rouche seated in a
large, overstuffed chair while classical music would play.
And he'd commence to rant. About politics, the parties, medieval history,
philospher Nicholas Cusa, economics, anf foreign policy. His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
How many politicians do you know who can talk about the philosphy of
Nicholas of Cusa and find it important enough to explain to the ignorant
masses?
Here in Houston, for some years, his local organization would run
candidates for anything, Mayor, state Senator, Congressman.
They always lost badly at the polls.
One in particular, Susan Director, perennial candidate was
truely amazing. Rabid is too laid back for her style. She was
truely an over the top orator who was a joy to listen to.
Mussolini on angel dust. You listen to this over-excited woman
spewing rabid agit-prop and you'd just howl with laughter.
It was like a Saturday Night live parody of an over the top
fringe candidate.
The last time I saw the La Rouchites run ol' Lyndon, he was in prison,
and his program suffered a bit for it. Ranting about Nicholas of Cusa
over a bad phone connection in the federal penitentiary's day room
is not exactly awe inspiring. (He was there for credit card fraud).
Did you know that Lyndon La Rouche and Jimmy Bakker were
briefly cell mates in prison?
Frankly, the chance of 81 year old Lyndon La Rouce actually
taking more than .001% of the vote is slim to none, but he
is, or was at his peak, a true and inspiring monument to political
kookery and entertainment.
A human whoopy cushion.
And if he runs (and he will) and he manages to get enough $$$
to buy 30 minutes of air time, and put on another program,
DON'T MISS IT! With luck, he'll be back in the saddle and will
entertain us again. The spirit of Andy Kaufman lives!
There is, or was, a newsgroup, alt.politics.lyndon-larouche.
Dead for a long time, might be worth checking again.
Approached in the right manner, La Rouche is nothing to fear,
he is a in fact, a Living Slack Master, a man who has wandered off the
beaten track and is blazing a trail to ....somewhere not normal.
An inspiration. With preseverance, and a good lawyer, and
Nicholas of Cusa to guide us, we too can live a rich, abnormal lifestyle
and be infamous for 15 minutes also.
Now, if you really want to fear a political candidate, we have Bush.
For a truely dangerous political cult, google PNAC.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
2004-01-05 06:21:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
--
"Throw me that lipstick, darling, I wanna redo my stigmata."
+-Jennifer Saunders, "Absolutely Fabulous"
William Barwell
2004-01-05 06:58:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.

From his website above.

"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political Leader,
Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!

Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"

If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?

Ranting so angry it soon breaks down into spittle choked, animal grunting
incoherency.

He's also mad at George Soros.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
2004-01-05 16:36:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political Leader,
Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
It would be a mistake to just say that every thing he says is wrong. The
similarity between diverting Alaskan rivers, fusion reactors, a manned
mission to Mars and what have you is that they are all over the top.
Larouche isn't restrained by reality, which doesn't restrain to be
truthful a lot of folks, but he's got a following. Some of the stuff he
says is insane; some of the stuff he says is just before its time.
ralph gibbons
2004-01-06 15:11:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political Leader,
Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
It would be a mistake to just say that every thing he says is wrong. The
similarity between diverting Alaskan rivers, fusion reactors, a manned
mission to Mars and what have you is that they are all over the top.
Larouche isn't restrained by reality, which doesn't restrain to be
truthful a lot of folks, but he's got a following. Some of the stuff he
says is insane; some of the stuff he says is just before its time.
Actually, no. You forget that he's older than you are. The plan to
divert Alaskan rivers was proposed by the Ralph Parsons engineering
firm of Pasadena, California, in the early 1960s. It was called the
North American Water and Power Alliance. It was narrowly voted down in
the US Senate in 1964.

In 1980, the congress unanimously passed the Magnetic Fusion
Engineering Act of 1980, also known as the McCormick Fusion bill. It
mandated a schedule of prototypes leading to a commercial fusion
reactor by 2000 (this schedule was ignored by subsequent
administrations.)

The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.

The point being, that American popular culture made a turn toward
extreme pessimism regarding science and technology, and LaRouche
didn't.
Dunter Powries
2004-01-06 16:06:23 UTC
Permalink
OT? Just out of curiousity and, frankly, not much of that...

What are the standards for determining that a subject is off-topic for
alt.slack?
Klyf Fenderson
2004-01-06 16:16:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by Dunter Powries
OT? Just out of curiousity and, frankly, not much of that...
What are the standards for determining that a subject is off-topic for
alt.slack?
Will it fit in an 18 x 24 x 36 inch box and weigh less than 75 pounds?
--
Rev. St. Klyf "Not Max Cannon" S²³-M257 the Not-Quite-Sane
Remove 'TURNIP' from address when replying.

"Ain't no sin to take off your skin
and dance around in your bones."
--Tom Waits "The Black Rider"
William Barwell
2004-01-07 01:26:20 UTC
Permalink
Post by Dunter Powries
OT? Just out of curiousity and, frankly, not much of that...
What are the standards for determining that a subject is off-topic for
alt.slack?
If its by Purple, 11D Meow, crossposted to alt.white.power,
begs us to give our lives to Jesus,or Allah, or is an angry blast at
somebody making fun of Bush or Lush Rimjob, its probably off topic.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
William Barwell
2004-01-07 01:23:48 UTC
Permalink
"Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )"
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained
(from his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the
rivers in Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48
states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political
Leader, Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
It would be a mistake to just say that every thing he says is wrong. The
similarity between diverting Alaskan rivers, fusion reactors, a manned
mission to Mars and what have you is that they are all over the top.
Larouche isn't restrained by reality, which doesn't restrain to be
truthful a lot of folks, but he's got a following. Some of the stuff he
says is insane; some of the stuff he says is just before its time.
Actually, no. You forget that he's older than you are. The plan to
divert Alaskan rivers was proposed by the Ralph Parsons engineering
firm of Pasadena, California, in the early 1960s. It was called the
North American Water and Power Alliance. It was narrowly voted down in
the US Senate in 1964.
In 1980, the congress unanimously passed the Magnetic Fusion
Engineering Act of 1980, also known as the McCormick Fusion bill. It
mandated a schedule of prototypes leading to a commercial fusion
reactor by 2000 (this schedule was ignored by subsequent
administrations.)
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got on that band wagon and
beat that bandwagon's horse to death. The Larouchites made pests of
themselves at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mag among
other nonsense. Those of us that read scientiofic literature knew full
well that fusion was going to take a few decades, if it worked out at all.
The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.
Yes, and once again, that was what was funny about it.
It was way, way back burner, but Larouche picked it up and
went ape with it.
Than Bush 'n Danny Picked it up and we had the beautiifully
insipid quotes from Quayle as he tried to explain why we had to go to Mars
when we were running $300 billion deficits.
"Well we can see Mars has canals, and where there are canals there is
water...".

Bwahahahahahahah!

I remember that day well, cause at work, we were involved in
planning to make a full size mockup of the shuttle that was
to be used in conjunction with the International Space Station.
The guy in the desk in back of me and I heard Quayle's
scientically illiterate verbiage and we both about laughed ourselves
physically sick. We also laughed at times at Larouche's also scientific
illiteracy, though the Larouchites' goofiness was not as bad
as Quayle's.
Any reasonably bright ten year old could have spotted Quayle's
errors.

We also were deeply involved in oil industry projects
and laughed ourselves sick at the local Larouchites' turgid
plans to pull Houston out o the oil business doldrums
after the OPEC collapse and Houston's collapse when the
oil bizness went bust big time, to convert the oil industry
into making Star Wars weaponry.
Since anti-missle-missles are round and since drilling pipe is round, and
since we used to make round pipe, maybe we could make round
anti-missle-missles instead.

Well, no.....

Amazing technological ignorance.
These people were an exciting source of inadvertant
humor to us tech geeks who were elbow deep in stuff
they were posing as experts at.

I guess you had to be there.
The point being, that American popular culture made a turn toward
extreme pessimism regarding science and technology, and LaRouche
didn't.
No, we had lots of enthusiam and optimism. Our shuttle mockup was
wheeled to NASA two years later, a two day job to move 35 miles.
The problem with a Mars mission was Reaganomics tripled our
national debt. No money left over for Mars.

And we know what happened to the shuttle.....

But they still have the mockup.
Next week, we are starting a model for future enginnering discussions
elsewhere.
Not full scale, just 1/10th actual size.

And Spain just lost the bid for EU's next generation Fusion reactor.
Cause they hauled Bush's water in Iraq. Looks like France has a good shot
at building it. Bush is pissed and Larouch hasn't seemingly been
interested in fusion ebergy as of the last few years.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
2004-01-07 02:05:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Barwell
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got on that band wagon and
beat that bandwagon's horse to death. The Larouchites made pests of
themselves at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mag among
other nonsense. Those of us that read scientiofic literature knew full
well that fusion was going to take a few decades, if it worked out at all.
We should be trying harder with the fusion but it's clear that just
ignoring fission power is truly sad. By building fission farms
underground, we could provide not only the low cost electricity that
would be of great benefit to the economy and environment, but also
nearly free heat. Entire major cities could literally be heated with
this excess heat at almost no incremental cost.
Post by William Barwell
Post by ralph gibbons
The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.
Yes, and once again, that was what was funny about it.
It was way, way back burner, but Larouche picked it up and
went ape with it.
That's what I was saying, Larouche is always over the top and totally
impractical. Why not go back to the Moon and build a permanent base
there? That is something within the reach of practicality.
Post by William Barwell
Than Bush 'n Danny Picked it up and we had the beautiifully
insipid quotes from Quayle as he tried to explain why we had to go to Mars
when we were running $300 billion deficits.
"Well we can see Mars has canals, and where there are canals there is
water...".
Bwahahahahahahah!
I'm not sure what you think you are laughing at. There very much could
be water caused features on Mars. We don't know. The currently operating
lander is in a region with what looks like some sort of alluvial fan.
What caused that?
--
"Throw me that lipstick, darling, I wanna redo my stigmata."
+-Jennifer Saunders, "Absolutely Fabulous"
Rev. 11D Meow!
2004-01-07 01:59:22 UTC
Permalink
Bill Bonde?

How much do 'they' pay you per character typed for your lame shit?


"Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )"
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got on that band wagon and
beat that bandwagon's horse to death. The Larouchites made pests of
themselves at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mag among
other nonsense. Those of us that read scientiofic literature knew full
well that fusion was going to take a few decades, if it worked out at all.
We should be trying harder with the fusion but it's clear that just
ignoring fission power is truly sad. By building fission farms
underground, we could provide not only the low cost electricity that
would be of great benefit to the economy and environment, but also
nearly free heat. Entire major cities could literally be heated with
this excess heat at almost no incremental cost.
Post by William Barwell
Post by ralph gibbons
The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.
Yes, and once again, that was what was funny about it.
It was way, way back burner, but Larouche picked it up and
went ape with it.
That's what I was saying, Larouche is always over the top and totally
impractical. Why not go back to the Moon and build a permanent base
there? That is something within the reach of practicality.
Post by William Barwell
Than Bush 'n Danny Picked it up and we had the beautiifully
insipid quotes from Quayle as he tried to explain why we had to go to Mars
when we were running $300 billion deficits.
"Well we can see Mars has canals, and where there are canals there is
water...".
Bwahahahahahahah!
I'm not sure what you think you are laughing at. There very much could
be water caused features on Mars. We don't know. The currently operating
lander is in a region with what looks like some sort of alluvial fan.
What caused that?
--
"Throw me that lipstick, darling, I wanna redo my stigmata."
+-Jennifer Saunders, "Absolutely Fabulous"
ralph gibbons
2004-01-07 07:31:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
Bill Bonde?
How much do 'they' pay you per character typed for your lame shit?
"Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )"
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got on that band wagon and
beat that bandwagon's horse to death. The Larouchites made pests of
themselves at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mag among
other nonsense. Those of us that read scientiofic literature knew full
well that fusion was going to take a few decades, if it worked out at all.
I wrote no such thing. Please try to be less sloppy with your
snipping.
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
We should be trying harder with the fusion but it's clear that just
ignoring fission power is truly sad. By building fission farms
underground, we could provide not only the low cost electricity that
would be of great benefit to the economy and environment, but also
nearly free heat. Entire major cities could literally be heated with
this excess heat at almost no incremental cost.
Post by William Barwell
Post by ralph gibbons
The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.
Yes, and once again, that was what was funny about it.
It was way, way back burner, but Larouche picked it up and
went ape with it.
That's what I was saying, Larouche is always over the top and totally
impractical. Why not go back to the Moon and build a permanent base
there? That is something within the reach of practicality.
That is precisely what LaRouche proposed, as an interim step. Why not
learn more about LaRouche, before commencing your rant? See:
http://www.schillerinstitute.org/educ/sci_space/wom_mars.html
Rev. 11D Meow!
2004-01-07 08:06:15 UTC
Permalink
FUCK THE peeResident!

and his hadn-job wooden-prick dickless one two tree/oil whore

"Frank Macaque" so eloquently spewed...
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
Bill Bonde?
How much do 'they' pay you per character typed for your lame shit?
"Bill Bonde (DUH-Soaked SPORK up DUH ASS)"
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got it on with Bill Bonde
and
Ralph Gibbon felt the urge to indulge Dickless Cheney in acts of anal
selflessisms at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mugs
amongst
other nonsensical plagiarisms. Those of us that read scientioffic
literature
know full-well that fuckshunismsisticalostomys aren't going to warp
plasticism
after they've been working mirrored-asses in the X-tian laboratories
for eons.
I wrote anal-sucking things. Please try to be more directionanaly
relational toward
directly proportional exponential sniping.
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
We shouldn't be trying harder with the fuckshun for it's clear that
just
ignoring DICK-power is truly Maddening. By building Clitoris farms
underground, we could provide not only the upper-crust's electricity
that
would be of great benefit to the doinkness all around, but also
nearly heat-free DUH sleet. Major Glad Nesticulated cities could
literally
pro-fund school riots after this excess heat exhumes no incremental
cost.
The mission to Mars is funded as an integral part of the original
Stalin Space Program as announced in the early 20th squeeze-turdle.
Yes, and once again, that was what was so gosh-darn "BOB"ed about it.
It was way, way back-burner, but Diskless and Boosh-Baby picked it up
and went ape-over-bananas with it.
That's what I was saying, Johnson is still under the pig-slop and
totally the
splortedly gum-muscled one. Why not go back to D. Fucking Rumsfeld and
build a permanent Zionist base in DC? That is something within the
reach
of porcinesque scrotomostopical vomitorium?
That is precisely what Clitdom proposed, as an interim step. Why not
http://www.subgenius.com
LICK CONNIE!



Before You Kiss Your Ass Buh DUH Bye?
v***@hotmail.com
2004-01-07 22:01:48 UTC
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Post by ralph gibbons
That is precisely what LaRouche proposed, as an interim step.
Um because I've already seen enough of his stuff to know he's a
mentally ill huckster?

_______
"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that
we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only
unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American
public."
-President Teddy Roosevelt
Travis Pahl
2004-01-07 23:19:42 UTC
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Post by v***@hotmail.com
Post by ralph gibbons
That is precisely what LaRouche proposed, as an interim step.
Um because I've already seen enough of his stuff to know he's a
mentally ill huckster?
You mean you are opposed to building giant useless railroads across every
continent in the world for the hell of it? :)

Travis
****************************************************************
Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the
government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the
government of others? Or have we found angels in the forms of
kings to govern him? Let history answer this question. --
Thomas Jefferson, First Inaugural Address
****************************************************************
Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
2004-01-07 22:55:30 UTC
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Post by ralph gibbons
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
Bill Bonde?
How much do 'they' pay you per character typed for your lame shit?
"Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )"
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
That is what was funny about it. Larouche got on that band wagon and
beat that bandwagon's horse to death. The Larouchites made pests of
themselves at airports aggressively selling their fusion energy mag among
other nonsense. Those of us that read scientiofic literature knew full
well that fusion was going to take a few decades, if it worked out at all.
I wrote no such thing. Please try to be less sloppy with your
snipping.
No one claimed you wrote that. Don't you know how to read attributions?
Post by ralph gibbons
Post by Rev. 11D Meow!
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
We should be trying harder with the fusion but it's clear that just
ignoring fission power is truly sad. By building fission farms
underground, we could provide not only the low cost electricity that
would be of great benefit to the economy and environment, but also
nearly free heat. Entire major cities could literally be heated with
this excess heat at almost no incremental cost.
Post by William Barwell
Post by ralph gibbons
The manned mission to Mars was an integral part of the original
Kennedy Space program as announced in the early '60s.
Yes, and once again, that was what was funny about it.
It was way, way back burner, but Larouche picked it up and
went ape with it.
That's what I was saying, Larouche is always over the top and totally
impractical. Why not go back to the Moon and build a permanent base
there? That is something within the reach of practicality.
That is precisely what LaRouche proposed, as an interim step. Why not
http://www.schillerinstitute.org/educ/sci_space/wom_mars.html
--
"Throw me that lipstick, darling, I wanna redo my stigmata."
+-Jennifer Saunders, "Absolutely Fabulous"
Tribaltech
2004-01-05 17:14:09 UTC
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I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political Leader,
Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
Ranting so angry it soon breaks down into spittle choked, animal grunting
incoherency.
He's also mad at George Soros.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
v***@hotmail.com
2004-01-05 20:07:45 UTC
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Post by Tribaltech
I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
Here's a few more LaROuche gems, this guy is insane:

Listening to the economic theories of a guy who thinks politics is a
factor of sexual impotence (which he promises to personally cure)
would seem a waste of time. LaRouche is a crackpot. Unfortunately he
is a wealthy crackpot who has managed to parlay his wealth into a
cult
following (not unlike Sun Yung Moon). His message has changed
continually to adapt to the times to keep followers writing checks.
there is no consistency to his message except that it seeks to
separate people from their money based on his broadcast paranoid
conspiracy theories.

http://www.publiceye.org/larouche/nclcmain.html#TopOfPage

A LaRouche Sampler


This "LaRouche Sampler" of LaRouchian quotes was first published in
the Chicago Lawyer newspaper, April 1986

It was compiled by writer Chip Berlet, editor Rob Warden, and other
staff who relied exclusively on primary (original) documents and
transcripts.

Defenders of LaRouche are urged to explain and defend the following
statements...

Impotence

"To the extent that my physical powers do not prevent me, I am now
confident and capable of ending your [NCLC members'] political - and
sexual - impotence; the two are interconnected aspects of the same
problem."

"The Politics of Male Impotence", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., (under pen
name L. Marcus) NCLC Internal Document, August 16, 1973

Warmongers

"Who is pushing the world toward war? is the forces behind the World
Wildlife Fund, the Club of Rome, and the heritage of H.G. Wells and
the evil Bertrand Russell."

"An Open Letter to President Brezhnev", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Executive Intelligence Review, June 2, 1981

Judaism

"Judaism is the religion of a caste of subjects of Christianity,
entirely molded by ingenious rabbis to fit into the ideological and
secular life of Christianity. In short, a selfsustaining Judaism
never
existed and never could exist. As for Jewish culture otherwise, it is
merely the residue left to the Jewish home after everything saleable
has been marketed to the Goyim."

"The Case of Ludwig Feuerbach", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., (under pen
name L. Marcus), The Campaigner, December 1973

"America must be cleansed for its righteous war by the immediate
elimination of the Nazi Jewish Lobby and other British agents from
the
councils of government, industry, and labor."

"A War-winning Strategy", Editorial, New Solidarity, March 1978

Jazz

"Jazz was foisted on black Americans by the same oligarchy which had
run the U.S. slave trade, with the help of the classically trained
but
immoral George Gershwin and the Paris-New York circuit of drug-taking
avant-garde artists."

"The Racist Roots of Jazz", Back Cover, The Campaigner,
September-October 1980

Zionism

"Zionism is the state of collective psychosis through which London
manipulates most of international Jewry."

"Zionism Is Not Judaism" Editorial, The Campaigner, December 1978

Harold Washington

"Washington was elected with a strong homosexual vote, backed by the
pro-drug, pro-pornography Playboy Foundation."

"AIDS is More Deadly Than Nuclear War", Authorized Statement,
National
Democratic Policy Committee, October 1985

The Beatles

"The Beatles had no genuine musical talent, but were a product shaped
according to British Psychological Warfare Division (Tavistock)
specifications, and promoted in Britain by agencies which are
controlled by British intelligence."

"Why Your Child Became A Drug Addict" Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Campaigner Special Report, Copyright 1978

Adolf Hitler

"The first, and most important fact to be recognized concerning the
Hitler regime, is that Adolf Hitler was put into power in Germany on
orders from London. The documentation of this matter is abundant and
conclusive."

"Humboldt Versus Hitler", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., The Campaigner,
August 1978

The Rockefellers

"The Rockefeller designs for fascism are essentially identical with
the Hitler and Mussolini forms of the past."

"The Conceptual History of the Labor Committees", Lyndon H. LaRouche
Jr., (under pen name L. Marcus), The Campaigner, October 1974

"Nelson A. Rockefeller is a raving fascist presently pushing as
rapidly as he is able to impose a fascist police-state in the U.S.A.
before the 1976 elections."

"The Guts Needed to Survive", Editorial, The Campaigner, August 1975

Britain

"Britain has in fact two governments, the first a parliamentary
charade for the edification of the credulous, the other the real
monarchial government."

"The Secrets Known Only To The Inner Elites" Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
The Campaigner, May-June 1978

"We shall end the rule of irrationalist episodic majorities, of
British liberal notions of 'democracy.'"

"Creating a Republican Labor Party" Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Citizens
for LaRouche Policy Statement, c. 1980

History

"History as it is taught in leading American universities today is a
deliberate systematic fraud. History textbooks in our public schools,
in particular insofar as they pertain to the American Revolution and
the issues leading up to the Civil War, are total frauds."

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Radio broadcast, WGPR, Detroit, March 20,
1979

The Philippines

"First, we have the situation in the Philippines, where the State
Department is virtually campaigning to give the islands to Moscow.
The
major source of complaints about 'human rights' in that island nation
is now the same circle of U.S. senators, newspapers, and State
Department Bureaucrats who were responsible for bringing down the
Shah
of Iran."

"The Dangers of the Summit Obsession", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Executive Intelligence Review, November 8, 1985

Journalists

"A journalist not on someone's intelligence-service pad is the rarest
of all species, perhaps as rare as the Dodo."

"A Rebuke to Senator Percy", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., National
Democratic Policy Committee Statement, November 26, 1981

Milton Friedman

"Friedman's good repute among American conservatives is a result of a
monstrous hoax. ... Friedman has admitted, without the slightest sign
of embarrassment, that his economic doctrines are a resurrection of
those of Nazi Economics Minister Hjalmar Schacht....Dose Friedman
himself propose to murder some tens of millions of 'useless
eaters'?...It is not merely that the inner content of his economics
is
fascist, but that he demands the destruction of every criterion of
reason that might hold us back from the horrifying final consequences
of his policies."

"The Ugly Truth About Milton Friedman", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and
David P. Goldman, New Benjamin Franklin Publishing House (1980)

Henry A. Kissinger

"Under Henry A. Kissinger's two terms as Acting President of the
United States, agencies committed to genocide were made institutions
of both the National Security Council and State Department."

"The Frameup of Harrison Williams", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Executive
Intelligence Review, September 22, 1981

"Episcopagans"

"The inner hierarchy of the Episcopagan church is properly viewed not
merely as something within the established Church of England, but as
a
coordinating agency for an array of forces with arms not only among
Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern autocephalic denominations....It
controls, with complicity of Venice, Libya's psychotic Colonel
Khadafy, and most of the New York Council on Foreign Relations, as
well as the psychological warfare and assassination arm of British
intelligence, the London Tavistock Institute."

"Why the Anglicans Want to Eliminate the Pope", Lyndon H. LaRouche,
Jr., Executive Intelligence Review, June 2, 1981

Harvard and MIT

"Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
are among a handful of leading centers of fascist social engineering
research and development throughout the post-war U.S. Other
universities of comparable status include Columbia University,
Cornell
University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Michigan,
University of Chicago, University of California at Berkeley, and
Leland Stanford University."

"What Happened To Integration", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., The
Campaigner, August 1975

The FBI

"From its beginnings under Quaker-linked Attorney General J. Mitchell
Palmer, the FBI was intended to become a political 'Gestapo,' serving
the interests of foreign supranational powers dedicated to subverting
and taking over the United States."

"Why Reagan Must Purge the FBI", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Executive
Intelligence Review, February 3, 1981

Self-assessment

"Apart from those accomplishments which are as much an organic
product
of the U.S. Labor Party as my own efforts, my principal
accomplishment
is that of being, by a large margin of advantage, the leading
economist of the twentieth century to date. That distinction can be
most easily defended, since it is not quantitative, but qualitative."

"The Power of Reason - A Kind of an Autobiography", Lyndon H.
LaRouche, Jr., New Benjamin Franklin Publishing House (1979)

Israelis

Can one punish sheep for being sheep? The Israelis have behaved with
monstrous, worse-than-Nazi bestiality. But are not sheep bestial? Are
not the Israelis behaving with the bestiality of terrified sheep,
driven to homicidal psychosis by their won bestial fears? What can be
done with such bestial Israelis, except to transform them from
bestial
sheep, to take them out of the kibbutz sheep-pens of psychosis, and
employ the method of the Platonic dialogue to transform them into
genuine men and women of reason?"

"Despite What Israel Has Done" Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., The
Campaigner, March 1978

AIDS

"So far, the world's leading experts see no way in which the Soviet
biological-warfare apparatus could have created AIDS in a test-tube.
However, it is in the strategic interests of Moscow to see to it that
the West does nothing to stop this pandemic; within a few years, at
the present rates, the spread of AIDS in Asia, Africa, Western
Europe,
and the Americas would permit Moscow to take over the world almost
without firing a shot."

"The Lesson of the Merchant of Venice", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Executive Intelligence Review, November 1, 1985

The Jones Cult

"The two official U.S. government agencies most directly responsible
for the Symbionese Liberation Army and the Jones Peoples Temple cult
are the U.S. Air Force Intelligence and the Office of Naval
Intelligence (ONI). Until the massive BritishZionist controlling
penetration of those two elements of the Pentagon's intelligence
establishment is cleaned out, untold horrors will continue to
proliferate in the United States."

"Now, Do You Sleep With One Eye Open?", Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.,
Campaigner Special Report, Copyright 1978
Post by Tribaltech
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political Leader,
Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
Ranting so angry it soon breaks down into spittle choked, animal grunting
incoherency.
He's also mad at George Soros.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
_______
"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that
we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only
unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American
public."
-President Teddy Roosevelt
polar bear
2004-01-06 07:33:36 UTC
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Post by v***@hotmail.com
Post by Tribaltech
I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
snip
Post by v***@hotmail.com
The Beatles
"The Beatles had no genuine musical talent, but were a product shaped
according to British Psychological Warfare Division (Tavistock)
specifications, and promoted in Britain by agencies which are
controlled by British intelligence."
Well, he got that one right. Check it out:
http://uberkinder.5u.com/paul/

I am the polar bear
Rev. 11D Meow!
2004-01-06 08:21:39 UTC
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Post by polar bear
Post by v***@hotmail.com
Post by Tribaltech
I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
snip
Post by v***@hotmail.com
The Beatles
"The Beatles had no genuine musical talent, but were a product shaped
according to British Psychological Warfare Division (Tavistock)
specifications, and promoted in Britain by agencies which are
controlled by British intelligence."
http://uberkinder.5u.com/paul/
I am the polar bear
Yeah, saw that before, wouldn't believe it then.



Then I saw the profile with the ear->chin difference this time.



PHEW! S'nough pour moi!



PAUL IS DEAD!



LONG LIVE PAUL!
Rev. 11D Meow!
2004-01-06 08:35:07 UTC
Permalink
The CON Got To Jimi Also!

The Jimi that sings 'Angel' & 'Belly Button Window' on 'Cry Of Love' most
definitely aint the Jimi that 'sings' on 'BLUES'!
Post by polar bear
Post by v***@hotmail.com
Post by Tribaltech
I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
snip
Post by v***@hotmail.com
The Beatles
"The Beatles had no genuine musical talent, but were a product shaped
according to British Psychological Warfare Division (Tavistock)
specifications, and promoted in Britain by agencies which are
controlled by British intelligence."
http://uberkinder.5u.com/paul/
I am the polar bear
William Barwell
2004-01-06 00:15:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by Tribaltech
I remember LaRouche also once declared the Queen of England to be the
antichrist. What a loon!
An one of the masterminds of "Dope Inc".


A master loonie.
I mean Larouche, not the queen.

Todays paper:
Princess Anne's terriers are going to go to therapy because they
killed one of the Queen's corgis.

I shit you not.

I always had the hots for Princess Anne.
But the corgis are horrible little animals.

Cheerful Charlie
Post by Tribaltech
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
From his website above.
"Who is Lyndon Larouche? - Economist, Philosopher, World Political
Leader, Scientific Thinker".
How can we not vote for such a genius?
He knows who Nicolaus of Cusa is!
Check out the rants on his website.
"The Children of Satan II: The beast-men campaign pamphlet"
If he's such a genius, such a philospher, why do his campaign
pamphlets read like they were composed by a drunken committee
made of usenet's worst psychotic flamers and kooks?
Ranting so angry it soon breaks down into spittle choked, animal grunting
incoherency.
He's also mad at George Soros.
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Critic
2004-01-08 05:15:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
What no one seems to remember is that before he became a Democrat, Larouche
was the leader of the so-called U.S. Labor Party, which, while clearly a
cult, was also openly communist.
William Barwell
2004-01-08 05:38:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Critic
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
What no one seems to remember is that before he became a Democrat,
Larouche was the leader of the so-called U.S. Labor Party, which, while
clearly a cult, was also openly communist.
LaRouche was raised by commie parents and had a radical leftist leaning
as a youth. In the 60's he tried to take over several far left
organizations and organized goon squads of his followers to use
violence to get his way.
Rebuffed, he had an epipheny and swung right.
But mainly he was just crazy. Its a political cult alright. I need to ask
my brother if he still has the biography of LaRouche that was out a decade
ago. It had a lot of poop on Crazy Lyndon's early days.

For some years, he made $$$ gathering dossiers on many Americans which he
sold to the CIA and FBI by which mechanism they got around the legal
strictures against spying on Americans without good cause and warrants,
or domestic spying in the case of the CIA.

Scum o' the earth.

Wonder what political cultist Fulani is up to nowadays?
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?

Cheerful Charlie
Erica
2004-01-09 03:46:13 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Barwell
Post by Critic
Post by William Barwell
Post by Bill Bonde ( the oblique allusion in lieu of the frontal attack )
Post by William Barwell
www.larouchein2004.net
Wheeeeeeeeee!
Larouche in 2004 announces 5 half hour TV spots!
Wheeeee!
They can be kinda interesting. I remember one where he explained (from
his prison cell I think it was) how we should divert all the rivers in
Alaska so that the fresh water comes down to the lower 48 states.
Back in the 80's he was strongly pushing for a manned mission to Mars.
After that, a year later, Bush and Quayle picked that up.
Twas funny.
LaRouche suggested the collapsed US oil industry revive by
shifting from manufactoring oil field equipment to Star Wars military
equipment. And was strongly pushing for fusion reactors.
What no one seems to remember is that before he became a Democrat,
Larouche was the leader of the so-called U.S. Labor Party, which, while
clearly a cult, was also openly communist.
LaRouche was raised by commie parents and had a radical leftist leaning
as a youth. In the 60's he tried to take over several far left
organizations and organized goon squads of his followers to use
violence to get his way.
Rebuffed, he had an epipheny and swung right.
But mainly he was just crazy. Its a political cult alright. I need to ask
my brother if he still has the biography of LaRouche that was out a decade
ago. It had a lot of poop on Crazy Lyndon's early days.
For some years, he made $$$ gathering dossiers on many Americans which he
sold to the CIA and FBI by which mechanism they got around the legal
strictures against spying on Americans without good cause and warrants,
or domestic spying in the case of the CIA.
Scum o' the earth.
Wonder what political cultist Fulani is up to nowadays?
--
Bush! Chimp or chump?
Cheerful Charlie
Sort of reminds me of Charlie Guiteau in a way. Hope that doesn't mean
anything in the long run.

gold leaf
2004-01-05 04:51:13 UTC
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Post by William Barwell
Approached in the right manner, La Rouche is nothing to fear,
he is a in fact, a Living Slack Master, a man who has wandered off the
beaten track and is blazing a trail to ....somewhere not normal.
An inspiration. With preseverance, and a good lawyer, and
Nicholas of Cusa to guide us, we too can live a rich, abnormal lifestyle
and be infamous for 15 minutes also.
I'd *love* to hear LaRouche or someone close
to him on a future Art Bell show. On right after
Richard 'face on marz' Hoagland....talk about a
radioerrection?

(Note: Hoagland will be on with Art Bell on C to C
live in an hour or so from now.)

R.H. online: http://www.enterprisemission.com
("First Mars Odyssey Data Provides Stunning Confirmation of Hoagland's Mars
Tidal Model")

L.La.R. online: http://www.larouchepub.com/
("LaRouche: If the Democratic Party doesn't include me, it's dead meat" )
Has Your Neighbor Been Brainwashed About Lyndon LaRouche?
gold leaf
2004-01-05 04:56:18 UTC
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Post by William Barwell
And he'd commence to rant. About politics, the parties, medieval history,
philospher Nicholas Cusa, economics, anf foreign policy. His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
"A Contribution for Nicolaus of Cusa's 600th Birthday" (NOTE: tinfoil hat
zone)

http://www.larouchepub.com/hzl/2001/may_6_bad_schwalbach.html
Unclaimed Mysteries
2004-01-05 09:25:43 UTC
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Post by William Barwell
His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
I get high just contemplating the vision of the Queen shoveling MOUNDS
and MOUNDS of COCAINE around on her royal desk.
Post by William Barwell
Now, if you really want to fear a political candidate, we have Bush.
For a truely dangerous political cult, google PNAC.
Oh. Have fun in GITMO, terrorsymp. The Red Zone does not need your kind
around.
--
It Came From C. L. Smith's Unclaimed Mysteries.
http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net
polar bear
2004-01-05 11:54:39 UTC
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In article <r4aKb.9492$***@newsread1.news.atl.earthlink.net>,
Unclaimed Mysteries
Post by Unclaimed Mysteries
Post by William Barwell
His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
I get high just contemplating the vision of the Queen shoveling MOUNDS
and MOUNDS of COCAINE around on her royal desk.
Not that far out of character. Do a web search on Opium Wars.
Queen Victoria was the 19th Century Pablo Escobar.

pb
Douglas Berry
2004-01-05 13:03:40 UTC
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Lo, many moons past, on Mon, 05 Jan 2004 09:25:43 GMT, a stranger
called by some Unclaimed Mysteries
<***@unclaimedmysteries.net> came forth
and told this tale in alt.atheism
Post by Unclaimed Mysteries
I get high just contemplating the vision of the Queen shoveling MOUNDS
and MOUNDS of COCAINE around on her royal desk.
I always loved the rants about the Grateful Dead being British agents.
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Ezekiel 13:20 "Wherefore thus saith the
Lord GOD; Behold, I am against your pillows"
polar bear
2004-01-05 10:56:45 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
snip
What you encountered is the front end of their operation, which is all
about fund raising. The kookiness is part of the strategy. You don't
recruit rabid devotees by sounding all balanced and reasonable. On the
other hand it doesn't win elections, so what's the agenda? A cynic
would say it's just a job - the political version of a televangelist.
That's probably true for some of his flock, but I doubt that's what
drives Larouche.

To get a handle on what he's about, you have to look at his foreign
activities. His following in the US is minor compared to his
popularity in places like Mexico, Brazil, Russia and Iran. Running for
president opens doors. It gives him a platform to address these
audiences.

To give one example:
http://www.rense.com/general30/SDGH.HTM

***
What Wall Street did not expect, was that a voice for LaRouche's
policies in the country, Dr. Eneas Carneiro of the national Party for
Rebuilding of National Order (PRONA), would win an unprecedented,
historic mandate in his race for Federal Congressman from the most
populous state in Brazil, Sao Paulo. Dr. Eneas, as he is known,
received almost 1.6 million votes. Not only was this the highest vote
won by any Congressional candidate in this year's race, but never
before in the entire history of Brazil has a Congressional candidate
received so many votes. Not in absolute numbers, nor in percentage
(about 8% statewide in Sao Paulo).
***

Take a look at some more of his overseas activity and the pattern
starts to emerge:
http://larouchein2004.net/pages/01presscoverage02h1.htm

He doesn't talk much about Israel or the Queen of England in these
venues. His message is simple and to the point: The US dollar/IMF
system is collapsing, so you'd better start looking for ways to protect
yourself. This message has a much wider audience abroad than in the
USA. The Asian crisis, Russian bond default and the collapse of
Argentina made a big impression on his foreign audience. A lot of
fence sitters came over to Larouche after those events, not merely
because he predicted them, but because he seems to offer a solution,
and when you're desperate... well, you'll clutch at any straw that's
offered.

I see LaRouche as a modern Don Quixote. The IMF, Federal Reserve,
international banking cartels - these are his windmills. He's made
some progress too, but you'd expect that because as Mao pointed out,
revolution is simply kicking in a rotten door.

The trick to kicking in a rotten door of course, is to not have it fall
on you when it collapses. I doubt if any of us, including Larouche,
can avoid that fate this time around. It's just too big a door.

pb
polar bear
2004-01-05 11:22:22 UTC
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In article <3ff8d6fd$0$127$***@news.mylinuxisp.com>, William
Barwell <***@mungged.mylinuxisp.com> wrote:
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Post by William Barwell
You should have signed their stinky petition, while giggling.
La Rouche is a lot of fun, if you consider the election as a
Simpsons cartoon, La Rouche is Sideshow Bob. Being younger
than I, you almost assuredly do not remember La Rouche in his heyday
in the 80's. He was a real scream. He'd have these hour long
rants he'd buy time on TV for. It would start with La Rouche seated in a
large, overstuffed chair while classical music would play.
And he'd commence to rant. About politics, the parties, medieval history,
philospher Nicholas Cusa, economics, anf foreign policy. His great
bete noir was "Henry-Kissinger-Agent-of-Soviet-Influence", this spoken
between clenched teeth as one word as La Rouche would grasp his
chair arms and have rise out of his chair.
It was mind blowing funny, a true example of political conceptual art.
I remember those! Damn, they were hilarious. He never said atomic
bomb, or nuclear attack. It was always "Advanced Fission Weapons" or
"General Thermonuclear War" Guy had a way with words. We even started
imitating him for a while, it was so much fun.

pb
Olrik
2004-01-05 04:22:39 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks?
Yes and no. I saw "Larouchites" Dec 30 at a subway station. They had a
little stand with "Larouche for President" and were handing out leaflets
of some sort.

My first thought was : "He's still alive???".
My girlfriend first thought was : "WTF?".

So I explained to her what I remembered about these people. Then she
said : "But what are they doing here?", to which I replied : "Well, I
really don't know. Why they campain in a Montreal secondary metro
station in the heart of the French community is a mystery to me!".
Post by Erica
Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
I think they're insane. Just look where they campain!
Post by Erica
Erica
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George Burnt
2004-01-05 21:41:03 UTC
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Funny how a so called ATHETIST doesn't like someone for their supposed
anti-jewish slant. I thought atheists were against religion? Why are
they so servile towards jews?

Maybe it's because being an atheist is albout showing that you're
"politically correct" instead of "open minded"...
Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
Going into the library, a woman was trying to get people to sign her
petition. I will usually at least stop for such people and let them give
me their shpeel. But as soon as I heard that Lyndon LaRouche was the
candidate she was trying to get signatures for, I gave her an abrupt
"No, thank you" and went into the library.
I informed the staff that they had LaRouchites in front of their
library. They said that as long as they were on the sidewalk and not on
the steps to the library, they could do nothing, even though they too
were of the opinion that LaRouche is a fruitcake.
On the way out, the woman had been joined by a man who was more of a
hard seller. I've told you how much I just LOVE to be approached that
way. Without looking at either petitioner, I just said no thank you
again to their question (apparently, the first forgot she'd already
asked me.) Then the man piped up with "Don't you want to teach Bush how
to read?" I again replied "Nope. Sorry."
In answer he said, "I know you are, but that's beside the point."
It was about then I lost a bit of control and shouted back, "The trouble
is, mister, I actually know who your candidate is. He's a kook! A
big-assed kook." Not terribly coherent, mind you, but I don't think very
well when I'm that angry. I looked back to see the man was giving me a
patronizing smile.
And with that I sorta shook my way back home. I don't confront well, and
neither to I raise my voice easily. I usually get a case of nerves
afterward.
So...what do y'all think? Has anyone else ever met these folks? Am I the
victim of untrue anti-LaRouche propaganda? Or is he just as crazy as I'd
always been told?
Erica
raven1
2004-01-05 21:48:00 UTC
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Post by George Burnt
Funny how a so called ATHETIST doesn't like someone for their supposed
anti-jewish slant. I thought atheists were against religion?
There's a difference between opposing a religion and hating its
adherents. Now be a good little Nazi, and fuck off.
Peacenik
2004-01-07 02:10:43 UTC
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Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
I met some spreading their word in the Minneapolis Airport. This was back in
the mid-80s. He was a right-wing nutcase then, and he remains a right-wing
nutcase.

--
Peacenik
Erica
2004-01-07 02:13:45 UTC
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Post by Peacenik
Post by Erica
I'd been told about them in school: the anti-Jewish stance, the weird
theories involving Israel and the Queen of England, the general
kookiness. But I'd never met one.
Til yesterday.
I met some spreading their word in the Minneapolis Airport. This was back in
the mid-80s. He was a right-wing nutcase then, and he remains a right-wing
nutcase.
--
Peacenik
Strange thing is, one of the groups of people he rails against are the
"neo-cons". A right winger against other right wingers. That IS crazy.
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