LaRouche Takes Over Vive Le Canada

Posted on Thursday, March 29 at 08:24 by eugene
They are racists. LaRouche spent years attacking black culture, believing in a banking conspiracy they are Anti-Semites, they are homophobic AIDs deniers, they believe in the Anglo-American conspiracy theories, etc. etc. In other words, they are a violent proto-fascist movement. "Evidence shows 'suicide' student was beaten to death" "Duggan, from Golders Green, north-west London, had become involved with the Wiesbaden followers of Lyndon LaRouche, an American millionaire with virulent anti-Semitic views. Unaware of the group's leanings, the former Christ's Hospital pupil told followers that he was Jewish. At 4.20am on 27 March, 2003, Duggan rang his mother. His voice was hushed: 'Mum, I am in deep trouble.'" Of course it doesn't help when anti-globalization publications like Michel Chossudovsky's Global publish LaRouche-sourced materials, giving them undeserved legitimacy. The LaRouche organization was also described by Norman Bailey, a former senior staffer of the National Security Council, as "one of the best private intelligence services in the world." Global Research refuses to publish neo-fascist white racists who oppose globalization but will publish LaRouche via his followers. It shows that Chossudovsky's conspiracy theory laden analysis of globalization is far closer to LaRouche than he cares to admit. In that same vein the proto-nationalism of Vive le Canada with its opposition to Deep Integration allows it to fall into the same ideological trap as the anti-globalizationists, accepting conspiracy theories from the left and the right as long as they appear reasonable. Folks, get your act together and start monitoring those posts! [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on March 30, 2007]

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