Sunday, August 27, 2006
This essay on Bush and the disarray in this administration and the insanity at the top shows that Jeffrey Steinberg should be one of the heirs to the LaRouche Democrats without LaRouche. There is too much here for me to do a good digest.
To expand on my previous post, LaRouche has been better than many credit at diagnosing the problems, but his solutions require authoritarian Fascism and his rhetoric, when deciphered, is over-the-top Protocols of the Elders of Zion repackaged with "British speculative financiers" and similar code words substituted for "Jewish bankers."
If followers of LaRouche veer from his old-style Fascism or National Socialism methods and embrace non-authoritarian and Democratic solutions they have a future and influence in American politics.
I think the title of this piece points in two directions, with LaRouche being less nuts than Bush.