By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "Convict him or kill him!" was the slogan of the "Get LaRouche" task force, whose operations began as early as 1973, continued in 1986, and led up to LaRouche's imprisonment on trumped-up charges in 1989. The same forces behind those earlier assaults are excluding LaRouche from the Democratic Party's electoral process in this year's Presidential election.
A chronology of the events by which LaRouche's successful intervention into the events of national and global policy in 1982-83, brought the Soviet reaction which led to his imprisonment.
FEC Figures Show LaRouche
With Broadest Base of Support
The call by Harvard's Samuel Huntington for a clash of civilizations war against Hispanic immigrants, points to an underlying fascist economic policy, which goes under the name of "immigration facilitation and workers' remittances."
A Fanatic of Cultural War
Battle Lines Drawn in Argentina-IMF Showdown
Documentation: From Argentine President Néstor Kirchner's March 1 speech to the Legislative Assembly.
`Argentina Must Grasp The Global Crisis'
An interview with Lyndon LaRouche on Argentine radio.
Stop Playing Football with
Korea Powderkeg, Says Russia
The Six-Power Talks on Korea adjourned in stalemate, as a result of the U.S. demand that North Korea simply give up all nuclear programs, including peaceful nuclear power. Russian spokesmen warn that this could "could raise the possibility of military intervention."
Legality of Iraq War Challenged in Britain
Attempt To Trigger Civil War Fails in Iraq
Why Afghanistan Is
Becoming a Narco-State
Palestinians Need Viable Political Solution
Dr. Hanan Ashrawi speaks in Washington.
Saakashvili's Roses Not Yet
Wilted in U.S. Visit
Build a Future for 6 Billion People
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairman of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity political party in Germany, gave this keynote speech to the party's national convention on Jan. 25, to outline the perspectives for the party's participation in the European Parliament elections.
Benjamin Franklin Was No `Practical Man'
Benjamin Franklin, by Edmund S. Morgan; and Benjamin Franklin, an American Life, by Walter Isaacson.
Smithson and Adams:
The Will to Promote American Science
The Stranger and the Statesman, by Nina Burleigh.
LaRouche: For Fair Elections,
Ban Computer Voting Now!
The idea, LaRouche said, is "to eliminate the use of computer-controlled voting devicesabsolutely!" This is necessary because computerized voting machines, by their nature, cannot be audited.
As LaRouche Forecast, the
Race Is Now Down to Kerry and Him
Subpoena Threats Haunt Cheney
and White House
From `War on Terror' to `Climate Warfare'
A new psychological warfare campaign from the utopian Pentagon shop of Andrew Marshall.
Rohatyn, or LaRouche?