Lyndon LaRouche, conspiracy theorist and perennial presidential candidate, dies

Lyndon LaRouche, conspiracy theorist and perennial presidential candidate, dies

Lyndon LaRouche, a conspiracy theorist who ran for president in eight consecutive national elections, died Tuesday. He was 96. Head of the La Rouche/Pac organization, LaRouche espoused several conspiracy theories, most notably that the IMF was ’engaged in mass murder’ by spreading AIDS, amongst others. He ran for president from 1976 through 2004.

KCooper
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Der Rikmeister
Der Rikmeister 1 year

I remember all the LaRouche PAC people on my college campus. Given how much they were convinced of his prophetic powers, I wouldn't be surprised if they established a second coming for him.

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