Since Lyndon LaRouche, Jr., died on February 12, 2019, the response from leaders and citizens throughout the world and here in the United States has been to recognize that a great mind has been in their midst, a political genius who dedicated his life to build a movement around the same principles which accompanied the American Revolution, the Italian Renaissance, and other great leaps forward for the human race.
Many have begun to recognize that he was not some special treasure, known only to them but not more widely known because of his enemies’ concerted defamation campaigns. In fact, many knew him as their special friend but could not imagine how widely he was treasured or the number of people who carried his ideas close to their hearts and souls.
We will also print his obituary which honors his great life here on earth. We do so, in the hope that recognition of the broad and deep support for his ideas will spark their actual full realization in this world, the only real way to honor a true historical genius.
We have also launched a campaign for his exoneration from the criminal frame-up by the same forces now attacking Donald Trump and the U.S. Constitution. We do so to deny his enemies one tool they have used in attempting to bury or distort his ideas. Let them then come out of the shadows and propose a better alternative for the world for the next 100 years. It is impossible for them to do so. Their limited minds and decadent ideas blind them to the future. Robert Kennedy once said,
“Some men see things as they are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were, and ask why not.” Lyndon LaRouche not only persistently asked, “why not?” He discovered the fundamental principles and laws animating successful and creative human societies and economies and their coherence with the fundamental laws of our universe.