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LE QUOTIDIEN SUISSE RECONNAIT QUE Lyndon LAROUCHE EST AU CENTRE DE
L'ELAN ANTI-STRAUSSIEN. Deux tiers d'une page du Neue Zuercher Zeitung sont
occupé par un article dont le titre est "Traditions de Conspiration dans
Amérique - - Leo Strauss, LaRouche et le Neo - Conservatrice Cabale."

Source: Neue Zuercher Zeitung, June 13]
LEADING SWISS DAILY RECOGNIZES LAROUCHE AT CENTER OF ONGOING
ANTI-STRAUSSIAN MOMENTUM. Over two thirds of a page in today's
issue of the {Neue Zuercher Zeitung} are occupied with an article
headlined, "Traditions of Conspiracy in America -- Leo Strauss,
LaRouche and the Neo-Conservative Cabal."
The author, the daily's former Washington DC correspondent
Hans-Rudolf Kamer, notes that the Bush Administration is under
the suspicion that it has gotten under the control of neo-con
hardliners, who staged the war against Iraq and secretly aims for
world domination. The current accusations over the missing WMD's
in Iraq get interwoven with traditional conspiracy theories,
Kamer writes, then going onto a whole convoluted piece of what
neo-cons are and aren't, with the main claim that those that are
said to be neo-cons in the Bush Administration allegedly are no
neo-cons in the "classical" sense.
As for the "conspiracy theory" trends, Kamer notes Hillary
Clinton's lashing out against a rightwing conspiracy at the time
when Bill came under impeachment threats. Thanks to coverage of
such conspiracy theories in the {New York Times} and the {New
Yorker}, these charges have resonance also in Europe now, Kamer
says. Of course, there is also Lyndon LaRouche, he adds, who
published a pamphlet called "The Children of Satan," just a few
weeks before the NYT and the New Yorker ran their articles.
LaRouche talks about the "Nietzschean fascism of Leo Strauss" and
the "world government utopies" of Bertrand Russell and H.G.
Wells, which he combines with the new American pre-emptive war
strategy. Moreover, LaRouche claims that 9-11 was a new
"Reichstagsbrand."
LaRouche, Kamer says, is a mixture of Kant and
anti-Semitism, paranoid tirades against everything from British
empiricism to Ollie North. But isn't it strange, indeed, that
politics currently makes strange bed-fellows, and of course,
Prof. Strauss is not a fascist, Kamer claims, but a "good
democrat," who now is under attack from "neo-socialists like
LaRouche."
[Source: Neue Zuercher Zeitung, June 13]
LEADING SWISS DAILY RECOGNIZES LAROUCHE AT CENTER OF ONGOING
ANTI-STRAUSSIAN MOMENTUM. Over two thirds of a page in today's
issue of the {Neue Zuercher Zeitung} are occupied with an article
headlined, "Traditions of Conspiracy in America -- Leo Strauss,
LaRouche and the Neo-Conservative Cabal."
The author, the daily's former Washington DC correspondent
Hans-Rudolf Kamer, notes that the Bush Administration is under
the suspicion that it has gotten under the control of neo-con
hardliners, who staged the war against Iraq and secretly aims for
world domination. The current accusations over the missing WMD's
in Iraq get interwoven with traditional conspiracy theories,
Kamer writes, then going onto a whole convoluted piece of what
neo-cons are and aren't, with the main claim that those that are
said to be neo-cons in the Bush Administration allegedly are no
neo-cons in the "classical" sense.
As for the "conspiracy theory" trends, Kamer notes Hillary
Clinton's lashing out against a rightwing conspiracy at the time
when Bill came under impeachment threats. Thanks to coverage of
such conspiracy theories in the {New York Times} and the {New
Yorker}, these charges have resonance also in Europe now, Kamer
says. Of course, there is also Lyndon LaRouche, he adds, who
published a pamphlet called "The Children of Satan," just a few
weeks before the NYT and the New Yorker ran their articles.
LaRouche talks about the "Nietzschean fascism of Leo Strauss" and
the "world government utopies" of Bertrand Russell and H.G.
Wells, which he combines with the new American pre-emptive war
strategy. Moreover, LaRouche claims that 9-11 was a new
"Reichstagsbrand."
LaRouche, Kamer says, is a mixture of Kant and
anti-Semitism, paranoid tirades against everything from British
empiricism to Ollie North. But isn't it strange, indeed, that
politics currently makes strange bed-fellows, and of course,
Prof. Strauss is not a fascist, Kamer claims, but a "good
democrat," who now is under attack from "neo-socialists like
LaRouche."
[Source: Neue Zuercher Zeitung, June 13]
LEADING SWISS DAILY RECOGNIZES LAROUCHE AT CENTER OF ONGOING
ANTI-STRAUSSIAN MOMENTUM. Over two thirds of a page in today's
issue of the {Neue Zuercher Zeitung} are occupied with an article
headlined, "Traditions of Conspiracy in America -- Leo Strauss,
LaRouche and the Neo-Conservative Cabal."
The author, the daily's former Washington DC correspondent
Hans-Rudolf Kamer, notes that the Bush Administration is under
the suspicion that it has gotten under the control of neo-con
hardliners, who staged the war against Iraq and secretly aims for
world domination. The current accusations over the missing WMD's
in Iraq get interwoven with traditional conspiracy theories,
Kamer writes, then going onto a whole convoluted piece of what
neo-cons are and aren't, with the main claim that those that are
said to be neo-cons in the Bush Administration allegedly are no
neo-cons in the "classical" sense.
As for the "conspiracy theory" trends, Kamer notes Hillary
Clinton's lashing out against a rightwing conspiracy at the time
when Bill came under impeachment threats. Thanks to coverage of
such conspiracy theories in the {New York Times} and the {New
Yorker}, these charges have resonance also in Europe now, Kamer
says. Of course, there is also Lyndon LaRouche, he adds, who
published a pamphlet called "The Children of Satan," just a few
weeks before the NYT and the New Yorker ran their articles.
LaRouche talks about the "Nietzschean fascism of Leo Strauss" and
the "world government utopies" of Bertrand Russell and H.G.
Wells, which he combines with the new American pre-emptive war
strategy. Moreover, LaRouche claims that 9-11 was a new
"Reichstagsbrand."
LaRouche, Kamer says, is a mixture of Kant and
anti-Semitism, paranoid tirades against everything from British
empiricism to Ollie North. But isn't it strange, indeed, that
politics currently makes strange bed-fellows, and of course,
Prof. Strauss is not a fascist, Kamer claims, but a "good
democrat," who now is under attack from "neo-socialists like
LaRouche."





 
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