What's wrong with my family?
What's all "friend's" claptrap about perfect strangers?
Little "friend" may or may not be a stranger--and may or may not be stranger--but perfect?
Not even close.
In Another Part of the Forest
Was tickled to see that this thread remains the most read on Factnet.
Just goes to show that if you build a better mousetrap, the world will beat a path to your door.
Herm there is a galaxy of difference between you and I.
That said, you know as well as I do this forum runs on hate. It is "led" by Paul, Molly, dking, and the occasional outburst from the sick Peter. Do you believe it is fighting a cult? LOL Really? With 3-4 regular posters? The same ones over a decade now?
Herm you yourself come here to troll. When I wasn't around you went for Peter's throat. I smiled when I saw that.
The only hate I see is yours. And there you go again, hypocrite, attacking strangers.
Peter is right. Looking at your actions and those of LaRouche allows one to clearly see what a gnarled gaggle of hideous - if insignificant - trolls you all are.
All you LaRouchites are devoid of shame and decency. If I were you, friend, I would worry about saving my own soul rather than saving the galaxy.
More Honors for Larouche as card table shrine set up on street named after Lyn?
I wonder what brought that about?
Larouche is Right 2012!
-We go from the EIR endorsement of mass murder at a Holy Shrine
to Diane Sare starring in a "Larouche Chorus Line" to where it all ends for members, the card table shrines. This one is funny to read because the card table shrine now has playing cards.
Fringe Group Plays Hitler Card in Foster City
LaRouche group gathered signatures in support of impeaching President Obama in front of a doctored poster of Obama wearing a Hitler mustache. NAWAPA official says Holocaust survivors who take offense "don't understand history."
A fringe political group headed by a right wing activist who has openly supported accused Nazi war criminals, among others, held a signature gathering in support of impeaching President Obama in front of the Foster City Post Office earlier this week under a doctored poster of Obama wearing a Hitler mustache.
And despite his ties to extremist groups - Lyndon LaRouche has gone to bat for accused concentration camp guards and hired Klansmen as political consultants - a North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA) official suggested that the controversial former presidential candidate’s group isn’t peddling the Hitler comparison in a good way.
“What we’re saying is that Obama is a tool of the British Empire and that he was put in by the British to carry out a genocidal policy, no different than Hitler,” NAWAPA spokeswoman Angela Vullo told Patch in a telephone interview on Tuesday.
LaRouche, a perennial presidential candidate from 1976 to 2004, garnered 22 percent of the vote in a 2000 presidential primary in Arkansas.
He served five years in prison for a 1989 fraud conviction.
Although denounced by leaders of virtually every political stripe, LaRouche accurately predicted that unregulated speculation would lead to a financial crisis years ahead of the 2008 economic meltdown.
The NAWAPA organizers in Foster City were affable enough as they gathered signatures in support of impeaching Obama on Monday, a Patch reader who asked not to be identified said.
Vullo dismissed the notion that playing the Hitler card might offend Holocaust survivors or relatives of those who’d been killed in Nazi Germany.
“I’d say that they don’t understand history and they don’t understand the policy of Obama and the British Empire,” Vullo said.
“Right now we’re on the verge of a thermonuclear world war, and if that takes place, that will exterminate more people than Hitler, not to mention that we’re in the biggest financial and economic crisis ever.
“LaRouche is addressing that.”
-Same card table shrine in Foster City Ca. Now how funny is it to read that Damien Yule declares himself a "volunteer" for the past 10 years. Good job Lyn. In 10 years one can earn a degree and then move onto a Masters program like some ex members and the ex members offspring have done. Ask around Leesburg.
Political organizers at Foster City Post Office draw residents' ire
Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Two LaRouche PAC organizers who set up a small stand outside the Post Office on Monday drew the ire of local residents and even a councilman, who were upset at large photos depicting President Barack Obama with a Hitler-style mustache.
Damien Yule, 27, of Daly City, set up a small table with books and information about the controversial LaRouche Political Action Committee, which advocates impeaching Obama, warning about the potential of a third world war and reinstating a law called the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 that separated investment and commercial banking but was repealed in 1999.
Yule said he collected about 50 signatures from people interested in the movement, and that it's only the second time the group has set up a table in Foster City.
“I was livid,” said Madge Myers, 81, a Foster City resident who was running errands at the Post Office at around 9 a.m. “I could not believe it.”
“This is why we have elections,” an exasperated Myers told The Lagonian. “If you don't like somebody, you vote them out. You don't put big huge massive pictures with a Hitler mustache drawn in and say, 'Hitler is Obama.'”
According to another resident who did not want to be identified, a woman yelled, “You people are disgusting,” before driving away but some passersby stopped by the table to sign the protestors' petition.
The anonymous witness, who was at the Post Office at around 1 p.m., said that a Post Office employee had asked the protestors to leave because their customers were upset at the display.
At the City Council's March 5 meeting, Councilman Herb Perez called the display an “embarrassment” that “bordered on hate speech” but acknowledged that it was allowed under free speech rights. He said he had received “a bunch of phone calls” about the incident.
Police also received calls that day, according to Foster City police Capt. Jon Froomin, the department's public information officer.
“Our main thing is keeping the peace,” said Froomin.
When asked about the pictures of Obama with a Hitler mustache, Yule said, “the truth hurts.” He described LaRouche as an “FDR-Lincoln-Hamiltonian Democrat.”
“We're definitely thinking of coming back to Foster City at some point,” said Yule, who has volunteered for the Bay Area LPAC movement for about 10 years. “ A lot of people wanted us to come back.”
by Alexa Hemken
-Do the anti cult Gods have a wicked sense of humor? What a way to end our Friday together. Notice how we have two LYM members who probably dropped out of college to promises of running the economy are now card table shrining in Larouche's home town on The Lynnway ! I suggest that the asphalt be torn up and a MAGLEV be installed on The LYNNWAY to honor Larouche in his home town.
State Police remove Lynnway protesters By Cyrus Moulton / The Daily Item
LYNN — State Police moved two protesters affiliated with nationally known political extremist Lyndon LaRouche, a Lynn public school graduate, from the Lynnway this morning after the local police received several complaints of the youths carrying posters of President Barack Obama with a Hitler mustache.
“They think this brand of sensationalism is productive, but it’s highly offensive,” City Councilor at Large Daniel Cahill said.
Cahill said he saw the protestors illegally affixing a sign to a city light pole and called the city. “People have a right to voice their opinion, have a First Amendment right, but there is a time, place and manner restriction … Some things to me are just despicable — invoking Adolf Hitler should never be used in any debate.”
Callers reported two protesters outside the Honey Dew Donuts at the intersection of Shepard Street and the Lynnway at around 11:30 a.m. Thursday, according to Lynn Police Lt. Christopher Kelly. One of the protestors also called police, claiming he had been shoved but did not want to press charges or give his name to police.
Nor were they willing to talk to the press.
“We’ll give them my name, not you,” one replied when asked if he did not find it disingenuous to ask residents to sign their name to receive campaign information when they were not willing to identify themselves publicly with the materials they were distributing.
Angela Vullo, a LaRouche PAC spokesperson reached by phone in Leesburg, Va., said volunteers and were working on a campaign to impeach Obama. She said Obama was a puppet of powerful banks of the British Empire, taking orders from the Queen of England and trying to get a World War started with Russia.
Asked to explain the connection to Hitler, she replied in an email that “Obama was put into office by the same Wall Street- and London-affiliated banks, which constitutues [sic] the British Empire, to carry out a Hitler policy, of genocide and dictatorship.”
The group has been criticized by the Anti-Defamation League among other organizations and individuals across the political spectrum.
Kelly said protesters were subsequently removed by State Police because told they were on Department of Conservation and Recreation property.
LaRouche, an eight-time candidate for U.S. President — seven times vying for the Democratic Party’s nomination — graduated from Lynn English with the Class of 1940.
Cyrus Moulton can be reached at email@example.com.
Have a great weekend and we all wish a hearty congratulations to Larouche for earning the coveted spot of "Cult of the quarter" on Factnet.org
Same post again from Paul.
Maybe next time be can attack Labor Committee members with cancer, as he did Susan Schlanger.
Or suggest organizers have "bloody feet" and he will get them all shoes.
Happy "hate" Friday.
Particularly amusing is Peter's statement he was kidnapped by LaRouche in the 1970s:
No charges. Not even a police report. This reminds me of Helga's castle. Paul never produced any photos of the fabulous castle. It must be a very tiny castle. Perhaps a girl's toy castle? No, even that would allow photographs. Maybe it a castle in a micro-galaxy and only special anti-matter cameras can take photos of it?I then became extremely anxious: Too much had happened too quickly. Where was I? What had happened to my brother? Why had he abandoned me with these hostile, perhaps even dangerous, people? What would happen if I did not cooperate? Would my sister be killed, would I be killed, or my mother or father? Perhaps my brother would be killed.
Peter goes on (this is riveting):
Then from EIR:He had no warmth; he seemed robotic, as if his soul had been removed. Note, crucially, that at the two or three-day conference, I saw the young man who initially threatened to kill my sister unless I joined them. Sometimes he was right behind me, looking over my shoulder,other times he trailed me, but in a surreptitious way. I tested to see if he was trailing me and caught him, multiple times, especially when I went to the bathroom. I was being monitored, continuously.
Volatile? Yes, a man who suggests his own brother take a leap could be called volatile. I am praying for Peter. It is sad to see things end like this.Many of Molly's fans on the FACTnet LaRouche discussion board were never in the LaRouche movement. Yet, they spend a substantial amount of their waking hours obsessing about LaRouche. These include Christine Wellman, a frustrated Robert Beltran groupie and former IRS employee, who has attempted to demonize the former Star Trek actor's friendship with LaRouche; Justin Sharman, who writes a blog entitled Skull/Bones hosted at struat.com; Dennis King; and the volatile Peter Tennenbaum. Tennenbaum openly speaks of his worship of Erica Duggan. He is the obsessed brother of Jonathan Tennenbaum, who, unlike Peter, once was, actually, in the LaRouche movement. Demonstrating his obsessions, Peter issued a famous call on FACTnet for Jonathan Tennenbaum to commit suicide, because Jonathan suggested to Erica Duggan that she seek psychiatric help.
Has Erica taken Jonathan's advice I wonder?
As a matter of fact, I think that pictures of “Helga’s castle” have been posted—either directly on Factnet or on a site whose link has been placed on Factnet.
Remember the LaRouche Real Estate Tour? About the only man in Loudoun County who managed to invest in land all over the place and lose his shirt while land prices were soaring?
Mr. Cardinal Park?
Anyhow, bellyaching about a claimed lack of evidence (claimed, I stress) is kind of a stretch for a crowd that took the form letter from Princess Diana’s staff to Scott Thompson as evidence that Diana was personally interested in and supportive of LaRouche’s analysis of, and undying enmity toward, the House of Windsor. [For which see the EIR Special Report, The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor. I guess it’s still coming? Because it hasn’t gotten here yet.]
Here’s the intro to that Special Report, for those who have forgotten just how urgent it all was.
The offprint you are holding in your hands comes from an expanded issue of the weekly Executive Intelligence Review, which rushed this special report on "The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor," into print on an unusually short timetable to be published for a cover-date of Oct. 28, 1994.
What you are about to read is the result of a team effort of EIR's internationally and nationally based intelligence staff under the direction of Founding Editor Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. The team of researchers on three continents who assisted in preparing material for the articles, charts, and maps in this Special Report includes: Joseph Br--, Mark Burdman, Carlos Cota Meza, Linda d H--, Allen Douglas, William Engdahl, Manuel Hidalgo, Ken Kronberg, Hugo Lopez Ochoa, Rogelio M--, Marcia Merry, Silvia P--, Ana Maria P--, David Ramonet, Raynald R--, Michael Sharp, John Sigerson, Dennis Small, Gretchen Small, Jeffrey Steinberg, Geraldo Teran, Scott Thompson, Charles T--, and Anthony W--. Other collaborators contributed information from Asia, Africa, and Ibero-America. The project editor was Susan Welsh.
The timing was chosen to maximize the impact on the Nov. 8, 1994, midterm elections in the United States. Both the American electorate, and responsible citizens and policy making elites around the world, must base their political choices on the primary fact which LaRouche underlines in his concluding article: that the breaking economic and financial crises now gripping the entirety of this planet reflect the close of an approximately 500-year cycle in European history. The fall of the Berlin Wall five years ago in October 1989, was but the first fissure in an edifice of oligarchical control which shaped the 20th century as an era of holocaust, genocide, and war. President Clinton's break with the U.S "special relationship" with Britain, announced during his visit to continental Europe in July 1994, marks an inflection point for a potentially new foreign policy.
We contend that the case presented in these pages is irrefutable. We also believe that this report makes it clear that no serious intellectual, political or religious leader, or economic decision-maker can afford to be without the uniquely authoritative, and effectively presented, intelligence picture of the weekly EIR.
Having read that, one is in an excellent position to evaluate the general trustworthiness of EIR—the source of “friend’s” recent quote about “Many of Molly’s fans….”
Someone tried to demonize Robert Beltran’s friendship to LaRouche!
Fiends! What will they try next?
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