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This editorial appears in the February 22, 2008 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Mass Murder Starts with the Mind

In the 1960s, it was "tune in, turn on, drop out." In the first decade of the 21st Century, it is "plug in and take them out." In both cases, the satanic British gamemasters have created a culture of pessimism and death, which is deliberately intended to destroy populations to the point that they will accept the imposition of global fascism.

In the latest mass shooting and suicide in the United States, this time at the University of Illinois, six people, including the shooter, are dead. While not as dramatic as the mayhem at Virginia Tech last Spring, the event was one of four known school shootings in the United States during the same week. When combined with the international wave of murder-suicides, or Internet-based suicides, this atrocity underscores the seismic phase shift in motion which can obliterate what we have come to know as modern civilization. Without determined action, the horrors will only increase.

What mankind currently faces, as Lyndon and Helga LaRouche both stressed at the recent BüSo conference in Munich, Germany, is nothing less than a global fascist dictatorship. In Europe, this dictatorship is poised to take shape with the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty, a sovereignty-crushing update of the European Constitution. Every possible means of preventing the European population from learning about, much less rejecting, this scheme is being used.

But don't think for a minute that this new dictatorship is just planned for "over there." The new European dictatorship is intended to be implemented hand-in-glove with the imposition of a Mussolini-style dictatorship in the United States as well—currently planned to be put into effect with the "election" of Michael "Benito" Bloomberg as President of the United States. Bloomberg has precisely the same kind of fascist austerity program, as the banking establishment which is behind the Lisbon Treaty.

The consequences of the British-led bankers' success will be global, and deadly. Whole continents, starting with Africa, will die, in the process of the world's population being reduced to 1 billion, or less.

How do the international bankers think that they are going to get the American population to embrace such a program? The answer to that question brings us back to the question of the culture which is dominating the youth generation, and leading to an epidemic of mass murder and suicide.

As outlined in the groundbreaking LaRouche PAC pamphlet "Is the Devil in Your Laptop?", the drive for fascism today is based upon the destruction of the minds of the population, particularly the youthful generation of 18-to-25 years old. This destruction is possible through the spread of a digital culture which literally destroys the sense of reality, and the powers of mind. If this young generation, the age group which historically leads mass movements for social justice, can be prevented from acting to create a new economic-financial system to replace the current bankrupt order, the global fascists can hold on to power—at least until the world collapses into total chaos.

"There is a mass-based fascist movement on college campuses today," Lyndon LaRouche has said. Its faces are MySpace, directed by Rupert Murdoch; Facebook, directed by Bill Gates; and computer games, particularly the homicidal maniac versions. These three things are destroying our culture like a killer virus, and they must be stopped.

The Baby Boomer generation, already largely hopelessly corrupted by the anti-industrial, anti-human ideology of the 1960s counterculture, has basically shown its unwillingness to stop the global fascist threat we face. Virtually no one of stature, outside the LaRouche movement, will fight "globalization," the euphemism for global fascism. So, the impetus to prevent this evil must come from the youth. Ah, but youth with what ideas?

For lawful reasons, the ideas of cyberculture lead to nothing but death and destruction. Yet there is a clear alternative to these ideas, in the Renaissance being created by the LaRouche Youth Movement, around the economic and scientific solutions to today's crisis put forward by Lyndon LaRouche. Turn to your copy of "Is the Devil in Your Laptop?" and do what every serious citizen today had better begin to do: Think.

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