LaRouche : Italian Econmics and Industry Minister Giulio, le 12 Juin

Invité

Membre Expert
#1
Pour information
LaRouche a recueilli une force internationale capable de mettre à bas la
nouvvelle cabale fasciste,
L'Economist a joint le Journal De rue De mur et le Neue Zuercher Zeitung en
désignant LaRouche comme l'auteur des maintenant - irrépressibles
révélations à propos des menteurs impériaux Straussiens . etc...
On y rapelle l'article du quotidien suisse Neue Zuercher Zeitung , celui du
Wall Street Journal
et du the Economist

i[source: The Economist, June 19, "Lexington"]
THE ECONOMIST HITS LAROUCHE AND THE STRAUSSIANS -- THE LEADING FINANCIAL
PRESS OF LONDON, ZURICH AND NEW YORK HAVE ALL DROPPED THE BAN ON THE L-WORD.
Facing the reality that LaRouche has garnered an international force capable
of bringing down the new fascist cabal, the Economist has joined the Wall
Street Journal and the Neue Zuercher Zeitung in naming LaRouche as the
author of the now-irrepressible revelations behind the Straussian imperial
liars. The Economist's version is titled: "A strange waltz involving George
Bush, ancient Greece and a dead German thinker," with a cartoon of Strauss
reading a book of Plato, while dangling a puppet of George Bush from his
left hand. It begins:
"From the moment George Bush moved into the White House, the search has been
on for the man (or woman) who is pulling his strings. Is the puppeteer Dick
Cheney or Donald Rumsfeld? Karl Rove or Condoleezza Rice? Big Oil or
old-time religion? Each has had their spell in the spotlight. But now all
are forgotten in the fuss about the most surprising suspect of all: Leo
Strauss, a political philosopher who died in 1973 and wrote such
page-turners as {Xenophon's Socratic Discourse}.
"In March the {Executive Intelligence Review}, an eccentric web site run by
Lyndon LaRouche, posted a profile of Strauss entitled Fascist Godfather of
the Neo-Cons. You might have thought that the article's overheated language
and conspiracy-mongering would have killed the argument. But since then a
flotilla of respectable publications, from the New Yorker to Le Monde, have
jumped on the bandwagon. Who on earth was Leo Strauss?"
The article briefly reviews Strauss's history and his nest of students in
power today, downplaying the importance of both. It then asks: "So is the
flap about Strauss a pointless waltz? Arguably, Mr. LaRouche and the New
Yorker have been looking in the wrong place. The true impact of all these
Straussians walking the corridors of power is not really to do with telling
noble fibs in diplomacy; it has to do with domestic policy."
The key is that Strauss was virtuous! "The rise of the Straussians suggests
that American conservatism has shifted its focus from liberty to virtue."
Ronald Reagan and Newt Gingrich were libertarian and against big-government,
but "Mr. Bush is an intensely religious man who has no qualms about using
big government to improve people's behavior. Strauss was an agnostic, but he
also stressed the cultivation of personal virtue, and his followers (perhaps
traducing him, and certainly outraging Plato) have argued that organized
religion is a necessary buttress of civilization. Strauss's paternalist side
would have warmed to the way that Mr. Bush has expanded the Department of
Education, has started promoting marriage through the Department of Health
and Human Services and has toughened America's drug policies. Straussians
such as Mr. Walters and Mr. Kass have helped to clothe Mr Bush's Christian
instincts in the non-religious language of moral philosophy and practical
policy."
And, finally, the Economist reports that Europeans can take pride in the
fact that, "Despite all their bile about Old Europe, the American right has
repeatedly found its inspiration in European thinkers. A few years ago, it
was an Austrian libertarian called Friedrich Hayek. Now it is a German Jew
who regarded ancient Greece as the fountain of all wisdom."
This hardly hides their panic at the thought that Americans have "found
their inspiration" in one specific {American} thinker, whose name can no
longer be concealed. [mob -- for the full article, see a3255mob002]

[Source: upcoming EIR article]
ITALIANS ANTICIPATE PASSAGE OF LAROUCHE-STYLE INFRASTRUCTURE
PLAN. On June 12 Italian Econmics and Industry Minister Giulio


 
Haut