Looking Into the American Abyss

August 26, 2008 at 9:56 pm | Posted in Political | Leave a comment

“As the prospect of a U.S. Presidential election-campaign of Senator Obama against Senator McCain most strongly suggests, it is not this or that prominent individual, but the very adopted culture of a people, which is the actual authority which impels leaders and led alike into wreaking their common doom upon themselves. So, it is in each of the cultures presented in Shakespeare’s tragedies; it is the common folly which sweeps the relevant culture from the top to its bottom, which carries all, like the floating objects in a great flood, to that common destruction to which the entirety of that culture conveys its leaders and ruled alike.” — Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. August 25, 2008

Watching the Democratic Party’s national convention in Denver, CO, one cannot help but see the very tragedy gripping our nation within the clutches of self-doom.

The creative deficit this nation quite evidently faces — judging by the calls coming from the pathetic weaklings allowed to take the stage — cannot be repaired with $150 billion spent over ten years on technologies better left behind in the 12th century.

My children, the party of windmills is but the “Dutch” branch of a grotesque tragedy whose face you will better know these next four years; and the party of wildcat finance whose work over fifty years has turned a once-free People into vile, murderous slaves is the same tragedy’s “Anglo” wing.

Tories! Every last one of them…

Obama … McCain … whom do you choose?

Accept neither! But if you must, write in the name Abraham Lincoln. Call yourself into battle against those who seek to make this the Land of the Slave and the Home of the Dead.


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