LaRouche's Antisemitic Conspiracism

by Chip Berlet

While often described merely as conservative or extremist, the
LaRouche organization and its various front groups are a fascist
political movement with echoes of neonazi ideology.

For a lengthy essay on "LaRouche and Antisemitism," go here

Here are several LaRouchite texts that help illustrate this claim:

"From Ezra onwards, and even before, Hebrewism was an assimilationist doctrine developed to provide special juridical status (and ideological self-image) for a caste of merchant-userers within a pre-capitalist society."

"Judaism is not a true religion, but only a half-religion, a curious
appendage and sub-species of Christianity."

"Judaism is ideological abstraction of the secular life of
Christianity's Jew, the Roman merchant-userer who had not yet evolved to the state of Papal enlightenment, a half-Christian, who had not developed a Christian conscience."

"Judaism is the religion of a caste of subjects of Christianity,
entirely molded by ingenious rabbis to fit into the ideological and
secular life of Christianity. In short, a self- sustaining Judaism
never existed and never could exist. As for Jewish culture otherwise,
it is merely the residue left to the Jewish home after everything
saleable has been marketed to the Goyim."


The entire LaRouche discourse above is designed to show that Jews are
a "caste of merchant-userers" who have not yet developed a
whole "Christian conscience" through "Papal enlightenment."



Sources:

"The Case of Ludwig Feuerbach", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., (under pen
name L. Marcus), The Campaigner, December 1973.

"Should Anthropology As Well As Sociology Be Eliminated from
University Payrolls?" Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., The Campaigner, September
1979, p.3.

"The Secrets Known Only To The Inner Elites," Lyndon H. LaRouche,
Jr., The Campaigner, May-June 1978.

"Zionism Is Not Judaism" Editorial, The Campaigner, December 1978.

An ad in the July-August 1977 The Campaigner, "Next in Campaigner From
Babylon to Jerusalem."

LaRouche, speech, "Our Fight for the Christian-Platonic Method in
Science," The New Federalist, September 16, 1991, p. 9.

For a lengthy essay on "LaRouche and Antisemitism," go here

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