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Larouce: Collapse Of Global Financial System - Sep 2006

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Lyndon LaRouche has been a US economist for several decades. His articles are ususally considered trustworthy.

Below are excerpts of his article about the oncoming collapse of the world financial system.

http://www.larouchepub.com/lar/2006/3321cities_of_plain.html

GOVERNMENTS ARE COLLAPSING

The Cities of the Plain

"During the second quarter of 2006, entire chunks of the world became, conspicuously, subjects of an accelerating and spreading pattern of collapse among leading and other governments. The most notable examples include the Blair government of the United Kingdom, the Chirac government of France, and the Bush-Cheney government in the United States."

"In response to the imminent crash, the choice of the leading speculators, has been an accelerated "gold-rush fever"-style plunge into hoarding of control over the bulk of the world's available primary commodities, such as petroleum and precious and industrial metals"

"Were operating parameters of the world market not altered by one among several acceptable ways, the system as it is operating now would be due, presently, to come down by approximately September 2006. This should be obvious from considering the present specific, shock-wave-like, hyperbolic rate of rate of increase of hyperinflation in primary commodities."

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Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr. (born September 8, 1922) is an American politician, and a perennial candidate for President of the United States. While he associates himself with the Democratic Party, he has never been that party's nominee for office and he is not accepted within the mainstream of the party, although he has won the acceptance of Democratic Party mavericks such as Senator Eugene McCarthy and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark. He has also won some non-binding Democratic state primaries, including North Dakota in 1992 and Michigan in 2000. He believes that a monetary-financial crisis akin to the Great Depression is imminent, and was a candidate in the 2004 US Presidential Election. In his early political career LaRouche often used the pseudonym Lyn Marcus.

His political views are extremely controversial and are characterized by his belief in a number of complex conspiracy theories, involving global plots to establish a frightening New World Order, involving such figures as the British Royal Family (especially the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh), George P. Shultz, and George H. W. Bush and other circles of international bankers engaging in what he has characterized as a "synarchist" political movement of the oligarchy. A typical claim is that the government of East Germany-- with the complicity of U.S. government and private organizations! -- attempted to frame him for the murder of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme. According to LaRouche followers, this claim was corroborated on Swedish national radio in August of 1992, by a leading former East German Stasi officer, Dr. Herbert Brehmer. LaRouche's opponents on the political conservative right have characterized him as a fascist and a communist, his opponents on the political liberal and socialist left have characterized him as a fascist, Bonapartist, and a right-wing populist. LaRouche currently characterizes himself as an Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democrat.

Please, no more flyiing saucer watching, men in black suits/helicopters, crap.

The guy is a few seats short of a majority, and is more in need of a padded cell than being called 'trustworthy'

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Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr. (born September 8, 1922) is an American politician, and a perennial candidate for President of the United States. While he associates himself with the Democratic Party, he has never been that party's nominee for office and he is not accepted within the mainstream of the party, although he has won the acceptance of Democratic Party mavericks such as Senator Eugene McCarthy and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark. He has also won some non-binding Democratic state primaries, including North Dakota in 1992 and Michigan in 2000. He believes that a monetary-financial crisis akin to the Great Depression is imminent, and was a candidate in the 2004 US Presidential Election. In his early political career LaRouche often used the pseudonym Lyn Marcus.

His political views are extremely controversial and are characterized by his belief in a number of complex conspiracy theories, involving global plots to establish a frightening New World Order, involving such figures as the British Royal Family (especially the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh), George P. Shultz, and George H. W. Bush and other circles of international bankers engaging in what he has characterized as a "synarchist" political movement of the oligarchy. A typical claim is that the government of East Germany-- with the complicity of U.S. government and private organizations! -- attempted to frame him for the murder of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme. According to LaRouche followers, this claim was corroborated on Swedish national radio in August of 1992, by a leading former East German Stasi officer, Dr. Herbert Brehmer. LaRouche's opponents on the political conservative right have characterized him as a fascist and a communist, his opponents on the political liberal and socialist left have characterized him as a fascist, Bonapartist, and a right-wing populist. LaRouche currently characterizes himself as an Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democrat.

Please, no more flyiing saucer watching, men in black suits/helicopters, crap.

The guy is a few seats short of a majority, and is more in need of a padded cell than being called 'trustworthy'

This is a straw man argument which detracts from the issues I raised. Not everything LaRouche says is hotair - there are a number of useful charts and graphs showing hyperinflation, housing bubble, commodity prices and the disintegration of the US auto and tool sector.

If you gave me facts, that would be another thing, you're just giving me speculation because his views may not harmonize with yours.

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This is a straw man argument which detracts from the issues I raised. Not everything LaRouche says is hotair - there are a number of useful charts and graphs showing hyperinflation, housing bubble, commodity prices and the disintegration of the US auto and tool sector.

If you gave me facts, that would be another thing, you're just giving me speculation because his views may not harmonize with yours.

So LaRouche is (famously) nuts, but he has some nice charts and graphs <_< Sounds like he has all the makings of an HPC icon. :)

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Is he the U.S. version of David Icke?

Yes - hes an idealogue, a populist, an idiot.

And anyone foolish enough to believe his rants should

Remember Jeremiah Duggan.

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Larouche is a fruit-cake, but even a fruit-cake can be right now and again.

Doesn't he claim that the Queen runs the world through the Illuminati? If so, maybe Britain will come out of the global depression OK :).

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Larouche is a fruit-cake, but even a fruit-cake can be right now and again.

Doesn't he claim that the Queen runs the world through the Illuminati? If so, maybe Britain will come out of the global depression OK :).

Not sure about the illuminati, but apparently he says the Queen is a major player in the international drugs trade.

I notice he's a big fan of the gold standard though - but that's probably one of his less fruitcake moments :rolleyes:

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Well, even David Icke is right about Tony Blair being an alien lizard... :).

That's true.

I should probably take more time to read the rantings of nutsos to see what else I can pick up. I generally prefer it if the Knights Templar and aliens are involved somewhere along the line. :)

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