(lyndonlarouche.org - Dennis King) for a summary of anti-semitism
and the LaRouche movement.
It says; "Notorious antisemite Lyndon LaRouche, who shifted
from left to right yet ran as a Democrat, has appeared on the presidential
primary ballot for decades, attracting tens of thousands of votes
in some states."
"...antisemitic ideas and conspiracy theories once circulated
almost exclusively by German Nazis and their neo-Nazi offspring
entered popular culture, mainstream political debate, and even broadcast
television series, especially in Islamic and Arab countries in the
Middle East. These even included a revival of the false allegations
from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. These conspiracy
allegations moved into more mainstream circles through bridging
mechanisms that often mask the original overtly anti-Jewish claims
by using coded rhetoric about "secret elites" or "Zionist
cabals." The international organization run by Lyndon LaRouche
is a major source of such masked antisemitic theories globally.
In the U.S. the LaRouchites spread these conspiracy theories in
an alliance with aides to Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation
of Islam. A series of LaRouchite pamphlets calls the neoconservative
movement the "Children of Satan," which links Jewish neo-conservatives
to the historic rhetoric of the blood libel. In a twisted irony,
the pamphlets imply the neoconservatives are the real neo-Nazis."
Source Citation: Hearst, Ernest, Chip Berlet, and Jack Porter.
"Neo-Nazism." Encyclopaedia Judaica. Eds. Michael
Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik. Vol. 15. 2nd ed. Detroit: Macmillan
Reference USA, 2007. 74-82. 22 vols. Gale Virtual Reference
Library. Thomson Gale.
for a factsheet on La Rouche and antisemitism.