|"Napoleon is always right."|
|Animal Farm (Chapter 6) , by George Orwell|
|At the apex of the pyramid comes Big Brother.|
|Big Brother is infallible and all-powerful.|
|Every success, every achievement, every victory,|
|every scientific discovery, all knowledge, all wisdom, all happiness,|
|all virtue, are held to issue directly from his leadership and inspiration.|
|Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell|
LaRouche claims (basically) to be the best forecaster ever:
|"THE RECORD ON MY FORECASTING IS CLEAR: I'VE ALWAYS BEEN RIGHT, AND THE OPPOSITION HAS ALWAYS BEEN WRONG." (1)|
There is a strange feeling of "deja vu"... Here is a blast from the past:
"MUSSOLINI HA SEMPRE RAGIONE"
"MUSSOLINI HA SEMPRE RAGIONE" (Mussolini is always right) was one of the most famous slogans of fascist Italy, and was plastered on walls and buildings everywhere in the country. This slogan also appeared as part of the "Fascist Decalogue," or "Ten Commandments", issued by Mussolini.
"Napoleon is always right!"
When Orwell wrote "Animal Farm" he clearly portrayed "Napoleon" after Mussolini. Could have applied to LaRouche, had he known him.+]
"DER FÜHRER HAT IMMER RECHT"
"DER FÜHRER HAT IMMER RECHT." (The Leader (i.e. Hitler) is always right)
Wochenspruchen der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterparte (NSDAP) [weekly slogans of the Nazi Party].
Feb. 16-22, 1941
1 Poster: Black & Red; 35 x 25 cm
|Goering once told Schacht "If the Fuehrer wishes it then two times two are five."|
|Not surprisingly, by choosing Goering as Plenipotentiary of the Four Year Plan for German rearmament (1936-39) to 'de facto' take control of the German economy, Hitler favored Goering to Schacht who should have known better: "2 x 2 = 5" !|
Joseph Goebbels, the Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany (1933 – 1945) fiercely worked under the motto: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it”.
Goebbels wasn’t the first politician in history to rely on the power of spoken words repetition in shaping attitudes and beliefs. Vladimir Lenin (communist revolutionary and Soviet Union Premier from 1922 till he died in 1924) used the technique of achieving belief in lies or half-truths as absolute truths also. His motto was: “A lie told often enough becomes truth“.
1. LAROUCHE WEBCAST: "The Great Change of 2009" (Nov. 11, 2009) and larouchepac.com
2. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE LAROUCHE SAYS U.S. ELITES ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE FASCISM, by Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.; in The Washington Times; Feb. 21, 1990