The LaRouche Case: Robert Mueller’s First Hit Job
21 June 2019
With LaRouche’s jailing, America and the world were deprived of their most illustrious statesman and economist.
Because LaRouche’s policies for replacing the deadly looting of Wall Street and the City of London with a just New World Economic Order of universal, high-tech development were not implemented, hundreds of millions of people around the world remained in poverty and tens of millions perished unnecessarily. It has only been with China’s recent adoption of policies very similar to those proposed by LaRouche up to 50 years ago, that the genocide has stopped in at least large parts of the planet.
It is time that the damage done by LaRouche’s incarceration three decades ago be repaired—not only because such a terrible injustice was done to LaRouche, but because that injustice has emboldened the British Empire to use the same methods against a sitting President of the United States, which endangers all of humanity. What better way to defend the United States of America and all of humanity than to exonerate LaRouche, ensure that his policies are at last adopted, and recognize his ideas for what they are, the acts of one of history’s greatest geniuses, affording him his rightful place in history?
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In Memoriam: The Triumph of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Introduction – Dennis Speed
Prologue – Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Lyndon LaRouche in His Own Words
Hall Johnson (arr.): “When I Was Sinkin’ Down”
Hall Johnson (arr.): “I Don’t Feel No-Ways Tired”
J.S. Bach: “Jesu, meine Freude,” BWV 227
The Third Trial of Socrates
Roland Hayes: “They Led My Lord Away”
Roland Hayes: “Crucifixion”
Johannes Brahms: “Dem dunkeln Schoß der heil’gen Erde”
Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata for Violonello and Piano, Op. 69
Ludwig van Beethoven: “Adelaide,” Op. 46
Johannes Brahms: “Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer,” Op. 105, No. 4
The Triumph of Lyndon LaRouche
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “Ave verum corpus,” K. 618
J.S. Bach: Chorale
“Taps” for Lyndon H. LaRouche.