The Exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche and the New Normal
18 September 2019
LPAC—Why does Lyndon LaRouche, both the man and his ideas, urgently need to be exonerated? Because what are now understandably viewed as significant breakthroughs that the LaRouche movement has achieved over the last week — the leading role of Helga Zepp-LaRouche and Jacques Cheminade in bringing Lyndon LaRouche’s ideas to the Euro-Asia Economic Forum in Xi’an, China; the public dialogue between Kesha Rogers and NASA’s Jim Bridenstine over LaRouche’s proposals for the future of mankind’s space mission; the Schiller Institute’s International Days of Action with youth across the planet, where LaRouche’s systematic refutation of Malthusianism was presented on seven continents — would instead be part of an ongoing, normal strategic discourse around the planet, IF Lyndon LaRouche had not been unjustly incarcerated and his body of scientific work stigmatized and blacklisted.
Such discussion of LaRouche’s policy proposals would be normal and sane. After all, his ideas do provide the scientific basis for addressing and solving the central strategic crises facing the planet.
What is abnormal and thoroughly insane is rallying millions of youth internationally to commit mental and physical harakiri in the name of “saving the planet” (i.e., saving Wall Street); or promoting the end of the nuclear and the hydrocarbon era; or advocating that children must have the freedom to choose among 100 different genders. All of these are policies that the bankrupt City of London and Wall Street are promoting feverishly, trying to convince people that such extreme Malthusianism should be the new normal. Their battle cry is: stop eating, stop heating, and stop procreating.
Both green teen Greta Thunberg and Hong Kong yuppie provocateur Joshua Wong are in Washington, D.C. this week, to ply their respective wares on behalf of London’s agenda. And in New York City, the mobilization for FridaysForFuture got a big boost this week from the announcement by the New York City Department of Education (the largest school district in the U.S., with 1.1 million students), that they would allow students to have an “excused absence” and skip school this Friday, so that they can participate in the global youth climate strikes. The New York Times happily reported reactions from youth organizers: “This completely changes things”; “this changes the dynamic”; and “Holy smokes, this thing could get huge!”
The hope of the British promoters of this whole campaign, is that they will be able to use this ruse to get a massive turnout on Friday, and that this will contribute to the stampede for global green genocide that they will take to the United Nations starting early next week. But LaRouche movement organizers are finding in ongoing campus deployments, that there is not unanimity behind the Malthusian worldview among youth, and that there continues to be remarkable openness to LaRouche’s ideas — once the controlled environment is broken.
The LaRouche movement will also break up the attempted controlled environment at the UN this week, distributing in-depth material on London’s intended green genocide, and building support nationwide for events on October 5 promoting a return to space exploration and colonization, as the antidote to Malthusian pessimism and genocide.