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LaRouche Berlin Webcast - World Crisis on The Eve of the U.S. General Election - Oct. 31, 2006 from Berlin
You know the worst and best moments in history come to most people, of the time, as a surprise. And that is going to be the case with what's happening in the world now. We are now at the end of an entire period of history. During the middle of September, in the U.S. and other parts of the world affected directly by the U.S., there was the beginning of a new downturn in the world economy. This is somewhat complicated by the fact that there is an election campaign, so-called midterm election, now occurring inside the United States. The party in power is losing power, that is, losing power in terms of support from the people. It is preparing to commit great electoral fraud in the United States, to try to keep some of that power. It is prepared to go to war, to try to preempt the situation, the political situation, to retain power. But it also has long-term intentions to establish world dictatorship, called globalization, which would mean a disaster for all humanity.
Jimmy Carter: "Maybe Mr. Bender can get a spot in the closet of presidential losers."
Bob Dole: "Bob Dole needs company. LaRouche won't stop with the knock-knock jokes."
from what I read he got the screw job pretty hard & ended up in prison.
Cheney Behind Press Campaign - Duggan Hoax Rewarmed Again
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
November 8, 2006
London sources tied intimately to both U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney and his wife, Mrs. Lynne Cheney, have once again launched a press campaign on behalf of a repeatedly discredited hoax concerning the causes and circumstances of the suicide by a young, emotionally troubled British national, Jeremy Duggan, who, as the official forensic evidence showed beyond doubt, threw himself repeatedly against moving automobiles on a highway near Wiesbaden, Germany.
The Independent (London) 28 August 2003
Some have accused him of running a political cult. His followers are disciplined and young. "Give me 1,000 more youth leaders like these,'' he told the LaRouche Youth Movement in a recent webcast, "and I'll take over the country.'' There have been claims by ex-members of his "cadres" that emotional manipulation is used to bind people to the cause. In Germany his political party, the EAP, was in 1996 decreed by the government to be a "political sect".
In 1973, the predominantly White LaRouche group, the National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC), attempted to take over the Black-led National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO). When the Communist Party USA (CPUSA), objected and tried to assist the NWRO, LaRouche's followers in NCLC were ordered to brutally assault members of the CPUSA. When members of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP), helped defend victims of the attacks, they were added to the enemies list. NCLC thugs used bats, chains, and martial arts weapons in a campaign to establish "hegemony" over the American revolutionary movement. There were many injuries and some persons required hospitalization.
"Our hearts were not in it," a former NCLC member says about his participation in Operation Mop-Up. "But with LaRouche it was all or nothing; the attacks were supposed to harden the membership." Forcing student intellectuals into violent confrontations was an exercise in self-degradation which cemented their loyalty to NCLC, ex-members say, Their working-class Marxism gave way to an unquestioning, cult-like devotion to LaRouche. "Most of us now find the whole thing was crazy," says a seven-year NCLC veteran who left the group in the mid-1970's.
"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
A 60's Socialist takes a hard right
In the summer of 1965 I headed a small group of Trotskyists, the American Committee for the Fourth International (ACFI), which had split from the SWP in September 1964. LaRouche and his new wife, Carol, left the SWP and joined our small group. For about six months thereafter I met with LaRouche almost everyday.
...LaRouche churned out lengthy typewritten documents. He had already developed many of the basic ideas that flowered in his days as an independent leftist and that he later adapted to his rightist politics.
LaRouche had a gargantuan ego. Convinced he was a genius, he combined his strong conviction in his own abilities with an arrogance expressed in the cadences of upper-class New England. He assumed that the comment in the Communist Manifesto that "a small section of the ruling class cuts itself adrift, and joins the revolutionary class..." was written specifically for him. And he believed that the working class was lucky to obtain his services.
In 1999, an article in the LaRouche-controlled Executive Intelligence Review accused senior advisers to the Royal family and MI6 of planning to assassinate him, after a British women's magazine called Take a Break published a critical article about him. 
On August 2, 1999, Debra Hanania-Freeman, national spokeswoman for LaRouche, issued the following statement about the alleged threat: "After consulting with security experts familiar with the modus operandi of British intelligence networks, we are treating the piece as a cover for an MI6 order, probably with direct backing from someone in the royal household, to assassinate Lyndon LaRouche.... The inflammatory article ... reflects a growing hysteria around Buckingham Palace, over the growing global influence of LaRouche's ideas and his continuing exposé of the British oligarchy...
"We are also passing the information on to the White House so they can assess whether the article also constitutes a threat to the security of President Clinton." Source
In "An Open Letter to President Brezhnev" (June 2, 1981) LaRouche identified those pushing the world toward war as "the forces behind the World Wildlife Fund, the Club of Rome, and the heritage of H. G. Wells and the evil Bertrand Russell." Source