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'Shoot the neighbor's Cat!'
By Lyndon H. LaRouche,
|Frankly, the 24-hour brainwashing
network, CNN, has gone over the edge. The terror-bombing and mass-killing
have pushed CNN, and many others into state of mind of the man, who,
returning home to find his house has been robbed, takes out a shotgun and
obliterates the neighbor's cat. Indeed if his wife had said, "Henry,
it's just the neighbor's cat," the maddened fellow would have
threatened her, "Don't get in my way, or I might have to kill you,
The United States has been surprised by a mass-murderous attack from rogue
forces deployed from within the U.S.A. itself. Since no foreign power has
the ability to do to us what was done this past Tuesday, some rogue
element operating within our military-security establishment is the only
possible principal author of what has just occurred. That mass-murderous
rogue is the burglar, who is presently lurking from within the U.S.A.,
preparing for his next strike, which he certainly intends to deliver soon.
We must defend ourselves, our nation, against that rogue; anything we do
to shift the blame to foreign forces which were not capable of organizing
Tuesday's attack, simply makes our nation more vulnerable to the rogue
from within who has just done this, and is lurking ready to do more.
Cowardly lunatics like the CNN organization, prefer to obliterate the cat,
"for revenge," rather than mobilize to defend the nation against
the rogue from within. CNN thus expresses the form of cowardly cowardice
which the military vocabulary calls "flight forward:" the man
cowering in his foxhole, filling his pants with fear, who charges the
burping machine-gun fire, "To get it over with."
It is time to make certain that the advisors of President Bush are not the
sort of cowardly cowards who would rather obliterate helpless, innocent
brown-skinned people, in various distant parts of the world, than face up
to the awful reality of the murderous menace of the rogue lurking within
our own ranks, where he smirks, waiting to strike us again. Are you so
afraid of that enemy, that you therefore prefer to pretend he does not
exist, while taking vengeance by shooting down the kid with the
pea-shooter next door? Do you seriously consider yourself sane at this
Let the real generals, in the tradition of General Douglas MacArthur take
over the job of advising the President. Get the new-fangled,
Clockwork-Orange strategists back into their Crackerjack boxes, and let
serious professionals develop a winning strategy and program of national
The Risk of Vengeance
On the record of history, wars and similar operations conducted for
the purpose of "revenge," of "retribution," are the
most stupid policies any government, or its people have ever conducted.
The "blow-back" of such policies, especially when conducted
under the pretext of religious wars, has destroyed repeatedly the very
nations which launched such policies.
Let us stop being stupid now. Consider the consequences of using nuclear
weapons of any scale, against the nations which veteran mass-killer Henry
Kissinger, the proverbial Jack-the-Ripper of modern diplomacy, has just
proposed. According to reliable sources who saw him on German television,
Kissinger, in a press conference at the Frankfurt Airport this week,
listed Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Libya (and possibly other countries)
as countries to be targetted.
Think for a change! Ask yourself: What would be the effect of hitting any
or several among that list of nations, with or without the use of
mini-nuclear bombardment? Examine this in two successive steps. First, the
application of mass-destructive force against some of the nations on
Kissinger's hit-list, with or without including nuclear bombardments.
Second, the very distinct effect of including the use of nuclear weapons.
The world in general hopes desperately that the United States will not
proceed to exact terrible and continuing "retribution" on the
nations arbitrarily selected as victims of the current CNN blood-lust. The
rest of the world will consent tacitly to such atrocities by the U.S.A.
only because they are afraid to do more than politely suggest restraint.
Suppose the U.S.A. then proceeds as Kissinger has proposed. Suppose it
succeeds in inflicting awful destruction upon the brown-skinned people of
those poor nations. When that has happened, what comes next?
In the meantime, the world's present monetary and financial system will
disintegrate as a result of the current policies of the U.S.A. and some
other influential nations. The problem here, is that the self-deluded
idiots in the U.S.A. are clinging to the hysterical belief that by
establishing dictatorial measures they could save the system. Belief will
not turn the Moon into delicious green cheese. What next, little man?
Take the second possibility: the included use of nuclear-weapons
bombardment. Here, one might say, "Never mention psychology in the
house of the mad!"
Since Hiroshima and Nagasaki 1945, especially since professed pacificist
and mad nuclear bomber Bertrand Russell published his call for
"preventive" nuclear attack on the Soviet Union, in September
1946, through and beyond the 1962 missile-crisis, the world has been
terrorized increasingly by the mere word "nuclear." The politics
and ideology of the world at large have been shaped and misshaped by awe
of that word.
Some people were mad enough, perhaps, even to propose to remove the
ominous nucleus from all atoms. Every sinew of politics and most of
popular ideology has been saturated with the lust to suppress
nuclear-fission and fusion effects, everywhere and forever.
Naturally, people who are as incapable of looking into their own mental
processes, as the CNN crew is, will tend to overlook some of the things
lurking in the bottle where their unconscious mental processes reside. The
use of nuclear weapons of any type, in warfare, at this time, particularly
to target entire nations for crushing blows, will unleash the waiting
genie from the bottle. Woe to him who is blamed for unleashing that genie
upon the planet.
The trouble is, there are too few people on this planet today, especially
in my own country, who have both the knowledge and the guts to tell the
truth about such matters. That is why I am a leader among my nation's
celebrities, and some others who pretend, or are even elected to be
leaders, are not.
As for the current global monetary and financial crisis, which defines the
environment of what happened on Tuesday, I have warned you about it. Many
of you rejected my warnings, including the leading candidates for the 2000
U.S. Presidential election. You were wrong; they were terribly wrong. Now
the devil against which I warned you then is here. I know how to get us
safely out of this monetary and financial crisis. I do not know who the
treasonous rogues are, who did what happened on Tuesday, but I know we can
defeat them if we come to our senses soon enough. Have courage. Stop
looking for retribution against those who have been proven guilty of no
crime. Face up to what you have lacked the courage to face up to now.
Then, together, we shall build this nation out of this horrible nightmare.
I can propose; what you do about what I propose, is up to you. You can
reject my warnings, but you cannot escape the consequences of your own
folly. For a start, turn off CNN!
The author is a US Presidential candidate for 2004.