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Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96

I guess its official...heard something yesterday

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3727586/posts

Lyndon LaRouche, the quixotic, apocalyptic leader of a cultlike political organization who ran for president eight times, once from a prison cell, died on Tuesday. He was 96. His death was announced on the website of his organization, La Rouche/Pac. It did not specify a cause or say where he died. Defining what Mr. LaRouche stood for was no easy task. He began his political career on the far left and ended it on the far right. He said he admired Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan and loathed Hitler, the composer Richard Wagner and other anti-Semites,...

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/13/obitu...-dead.html
(02-13-2019, 06:18 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: [ -> ]Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96

I guess its official...heard something yesterday

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3727586/posts

Lyndon LaRouche, the quixotic, apocalyptic leader of a cultlike political organization who ran for president eight times, once from a prison cell, died on Tuesday. He was 96. His death was announced on the website of his organization, La Rouche/Pac. It did not specify a cause or say where he died. Defining what Mr. LaRouche stood for was no easy task. He began his political career on the far left and ended it on the far right. He said he admired Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan and loathed Hitler, the composer Richard Wagner and other anti-Semites,...

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/13/obitu...-dead.html

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I almost became a LaRouchie....settled for being a quasi-LaRouchie.

Chuckle

Roger Waters is just as good as Beethoven IMO....

But he was correct about most of what he supported, especially in later years....

Here's a weird blast from the past:

The Man In The Iron Mask

In 1991, a video was made to document the vicious campaign over more than a decade by various people and agencies to destroy the political movement led by Lyndon LaRouche and silence him. The legal frameup is detailed...





Weird stuff, blaming Bush Senior, and even Michael Aquino as well.....^^^^

More recently:
FIREWALL in Defense of the Nation State

The history of the current crisis and what MUST be done to save us...(2007 financial crash)





And for you Trump backers....he's one of ya...

https://larouchepac.com/

Check the archives, they ripped Mueller a new one....

Chuckle
Wow, I remember him, I think he was an economist too.  

He wanted a new Bretton Woods agreement with all the nations





Thanks for posting, I always kind of found him interesting, especially with all those runs for President.
PPMR!
Awww. RIP.
I read his publication, sometimes, it was free at a stand in the Uncle Johns Pancake House, something to read with coffee...

I remember the Bush Sr, loves little boys expose, done much earlier than by anyone else...

He must have got all the good scoops before the internet allowed more outlets to publish...

I read his Mueller story...

Thank You Mr. LaRouche, a great mind, great writer...

Sleep well...
(02-13-2019, 06:53 PM)sivil Wrote: [ -> ]Wow, I remember him, I think he was an economist too.  

He wanted a new Bretton Woods agreement with all the nations





Thanks for posting, I always kind of found him interesting, especially with all those runs for President.

LPACTV: JOHN HOEFLE ON THE TRIPLE CURVE

Economist John Hoefle explains LaRouche's updated triple curve. This is how to understand the nature of the present economic breakdown. - - Early LPACTV



(02-13-2019, 08:09 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-13-2019, 06:53 PM)sivil Wrote: [ -> ]Wow, I remember him, I think he was an economist too.  

He wanted a new Bretton Woods agreement with all the nations





Thanks for posting, I always kind of found him interesting, especially with all those runs for President.

LPACTV: JOHN HOEFLE ON THE TRIPLE CURVE

Economist John Hoefle explains LaRouche's updated triple curve.  This is how to understand the nature of the present economic breakdown. -  - Early LPACTV




Yeah, now that I think of it, it was Lyndon that I first heard that the United States had quit publishing the M3, or money supply numbers.
I'm sure there was some deceptive reason to discontinue the practice.
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