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|Testimony by Charles Tate in the LaRouche trial|
|Q. Did Mr. LaRouche think of himself as some kind of mathematician?|
|A. Well, Mr. LaRouche thought of himself as a universal genius; and since mathematics is a subject about which universal geniuses think, he thought himself a mathematician.|
|Q. Did he have any training in mathematics besides high school algebra?|
|A. Well, he didn't even finish his first term in college, so my guess would have to be no.|
|Q. But it didn't stop him from speaking about this subject at some length?|
|A. Nothing stopped him from speaking about almost any subject.|
LaRouche's secret genius:
From "A Christmas Message to All", By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Morning Briefing, Dec. 25,1990.
LaRouche's "method" creates "geniuses":
LaRouche's genius proved when creating his "organization" (i.e. the Labor Committees):
Yet, this "genius" can't even calculate his own... age!
From Morality and Former Associates:
So, if our maths are right: 15 + 65 = 80. LaRouche, being born on Sept. 8 1922, was 87, not 80!
To summarize; LaRouche's "genius" is his ability to make someone to believe he is a genius...
Interested? You can still apply for:
1. THE SECRETS KNOWN ONLY TO THE INNER ELITES, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., in The CAMPAIGNER, Vol. 11, n°3-4, May-June 1978.
2. LAROUCHE'S SDI POLICY CRACKED THE SOVIET EMPIRE;, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.; EIR;, June 29, 1990.