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    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.: 1922-2019, A Talent Well Spent

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    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., philosopher, scientist, poet, statesman, economist, died on Tuesday, February 12, at the age of 96. It was Lincoln’s birthday, an American President Lyndon LaRouche loved and celebrated in his writings.

    Those who knew and loved Lyndon LaRouche know that humanity has suffered a great loss and, today, we dedicate ourselves anew to bring to reality the big ideas for which history will honor him. For those who did not know him or have only recently come to his ideas, there is no better guide to this unique personality than LaRouche himself. Here is how he spoke about life here on earth in a speech at a conference in 1988, in the midst of a political prosecution similar, in striking respects, to that which we encounter against an American president in the United States today:

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    The spirit passes but his ideas live on. I only discovered his work a little over a year ago, and he quickly became one of the most important philosophers and intellectuals I’d ever read—very similar to Joseph Farrell in tone, but with deeper connections on the world stage and more political experience behind him.

    There’s a couple of his works that really stand out to me...

    The Economics of the Noosphere
    The Secrets Known Only to Inner Elites

    And of course his legacy work, The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land Bridge, which is like a guidebook for the next phase of humanities evolution and development over the coming centuries.

    A pivotal figure, whose guidance and wisdom will be missed. A reflection on the continuance of life after death, in his own words...
    Those of us who find ourselves in Gethsemane—a Gethsemane where we are told that we must take a role of leadership with our eye on Christ on the Cross — often experience something which, unfortunately, most people do not. We tend to look at things from a different standpoint. Before trying to situate how I see the recent period, and the period immediately before us, I should try to communicate what my viewpoint is, a viewpoint which I know is shared in some degree of very close approximation by everyone who has gone to Gethsemane with the view of the Cross in his eyes, saying, 'He did it, I am now being told that I must, too, walk in His way.”

    "What I suggest often, in trying to explain this to a person who has not experienced it, is to say: 'Imagine a time 50 years after you're dead. Imagine in that moment, 50 years ahead, that you can become conscious and look back at the entirety of your mortal life, from its beginning to its ending. And, rather than seeing that mortal life as a succession of experiences, you see it as a unity. Imagine facing the question respecting that mortal life, asking, "Was that life necessary in the total scheme of the universe and the existence of mankind, was it necessary that I be born in order to lead that life, the sum total of that number of years between birth and death? Did I do something, or did my living represent something, which was positively beneficial to present generations, and implicitly to future generations after me?" If so, then I should have walked through that life with joy, knowing that every moment was precious to all mankind, because what I was doing by living was something that was needed by all mankind, something beneficial to all mankind.'"

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    Default Re: Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.: 1922-2019

    He was a one-man-army. Certainly a fantastic worker and freedom fighter, providing in-depth analyses on a great variety of topics, and through his outlets giving a voice to experts that were negligently dismissed by the mainstream media and academia. When researching an issue, I regularly find great insights in the extensive online archive of Executive Intelligence Review.

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    I liked some of his ideas. And he did create a very unique entity, a cult based on economics. I wonder what will happen to that group now that he's gone?

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    Default Re: Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.: 1922-2019

    @Christian

    thank God you still contribute to this website- one of the few Germans who does-

    nur zu!

    Larry :-)

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    Interesting take on the cause of climate change being agricultural practices world-wide. And that the implementation of modern agriculture would have circumvented that effect.

    One, of many, interesting statements, paraphrased: The drought in Uganda was caused in most part due to the cutting down of the Amazon rain forest...

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    Default Re: Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.: 1922-2019

    Thanks for letting us know..Grateful for the forum and you all for such things.

    I came across him and his group many years ago. Via Michael Tsarion mentioning him and his group. I had a fascination at the drug history of our world. Where their book 'Dope Inc' really gets into the establishment aspects of it. Daniel Hopsiker is another teacher in that realm also. Where for instance drug cartel money laundering from Mexico to the US helped with liquidity issues during the 2008 financial issues at the time. It is the biggest or 2nd biggest industry after or with arms for example. To me to do what he did on the level of stage he did, getting arrested for his pursuit of truth is phenomenally brave. To be in the public trenches at that level for so long is he was able to.

    Dope Inc:
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