, In 1967 LaRouche began teaching classes on Marx's dialectical materialism at New York City's Free School,[self-published source] and attracted a group of students from Columbia University and the City College of New York, recommending that they read Das Kapital, as well as Hegel, Kant, and Leibniz. Son père, Eli Maurice Orowitz, juif ashkénaze, décédé en 1959 d'une crise cardiaque, est directeur d'un théâtre ; sa mère, Peggy O'Neil, catholique irlandaise, décédée en 1981, est danseuse et comédienne. His news services and publishers included American System Publications, Campaigner Publications, New Solidarity International Press Service, and The New Benjamin Franklin House Publishing Company. LaRouche disputed the charges, alleging that they were politically motivated. Eugene Maurice Orowitz naît le 31 octobre 1936 dans le quartier de Forest Hills à Queens (New York). Une commune du Malibu's Bluff Park a été nommé "Centre Michael Landon" après sa mort. During the 1968 Columbia University protests, he organized his supporters under the name National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC). He opposed the Soviet Union and supported a military build-up to prepare for imminent war; supported the screening and quarantine of AIDS patients; and opposed environmentalism, deregulation, outcome-based education, and abortion. La série rencontre dès sa première saison un vif succès, succès que l'on explique notamment par les valeurs familiales et humaines qu'elle défend.  Three years later, LaRouche blamed his criminal indictment on the NSC, saying he had been in conflict with Oliver North over LaRouche's opposition to the Nicaraguan Contras. He described his decision to serve as one of the most important of his life. In 1977, he wrote, commercial reports on U.S. anti-apartheid groups were prepared by LaRouche members for the South African government, student dissidents were reported to the Shah of Iran's Savak secret police, and the anti-nuclear movement was investigated on behalf of power companies. Přidejte se na Facebook a spojte se s Marcel London a dalšími lidmi, které znáte. AIDS became a leading plank in LaRouche's platform during his 1988 presidential campaign. En tant que producteur de la série, Michael Landon fait jouer notamment 5 couples d'enfants qui sont, dans la vraie vie, frères et sœurs : Melissa et Jonathan Gilbert (respectivement Laura Ingalls et Willie Oleson), Lindsay et Sidney Greenbush (deux vraies jumelles qui se partagent le rôle de Carrie Ingalls, la troisième fille des Ingalls), Matthew Laborteaux et Patrick Labyorteaux (qui jouent respectivement les rôles d'Albert Ingalls et d'Andrew Garvey), Wendi et Brenda Turnbaugh (un deuxième couple de vraies jumelles qui tiennent le rôle de Grace Ingalls, quatrième fille des Ingalls), et Michele et Jenifer Steffin (troisième couple de vraies jumelles qui se partagent le rôle de Rose Wilder, fille de Laura Ingalls Wilder et d'Almanzo Wilder). George and Wilcox say neither connection amounted to much—they assert that LaRouche was "definitely not a Soviet agent" and state that while the contact with the Liberty Lobby is often used to imply "'links' and 'ties' between LaRouche and the extreme right", it was in fact transient and marked by mutual suspicion. For the founding of WYLM and the membership figures, see, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFSilva2006 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFTang2005 (. Why be nice? Az ebben a kategóriában található szócikkeket saját alkategóriái egyikében kellene elhelyezni. Légy tudatában annak, hogy a lap elavult lehet, és hogy ezen szerkesztőnek valószínűleg nincs kapcsolata a Wikipédián kívül semmilyen más, ezt a lapot tartalmazó weboldallal. He ran in every election from 1976 to 2004 as a candidate of third parties established by members of his movement. C'est à cette époque qu'Eugene Maurice Orowitz décide de devenir acteur.  Chestnut was interviewed in the Tuscaloosa News saying that when he met LaRouche, "I told him that he might as well be black and in Alabama. Jászai Mari-díjas magyar színművész, énekes, érdemes művész és kiváló művész.Lánya Csákányi Eszter Kossuth-díjas színésznő. ", "LaRouche Jury Gives $3 Million to NBC-TV", "Judgment is reduced in LaRouche-NBC Case", "NBC Gets a $258,459 Check To End LaRouche Court Fight", "Win by LaRouche candidate shocks national Democrats", "The links between LaRouche and New York corruption", "LaRouche Calls Critics Insane, Wants Regan Put in Jail", "LaRouche sees death plot by drug dealers Soviets", "LaRouche Gets 15 Years for Cheating His Backers, IRS: 6 Aides Also Get Prison Terms, Fines, "LaRouche Indicted in Conspiracy; Justice Dept. For an entry mentioning LaRouche in Quaker records, see Stattler, Richard. , Manning Marable of Columbia University wrote in 1998 that LaRouche tried in the mid-1980s to build bridges to the black community.  In 1964 he began an association with an SWP faction called the Revolutionary Tendency, a faction which was later expelled from the SWP, and came under the influence of British Trotskyist leader Gerry Healy. Join Facebook to connect with Marcel London and others you may know. , Robert J. Alexander writes that LaRouche first established an NCLC "intelligence network" in 1971. En juin 1991, il fait la couverture de Life Magazine, après avoir accordé au journal une interview exclusive sur sa vie personnelle, sa famille, et son combat pour la vie.  By the late 1970s, members were exchanging almost daily information with Roy Frankhouser, a government informant and infiltrator of both far right and far left groups who was involved with the Ku Klux Klan and the American Nazi Party. Flanked by bodyguards, he said, "If Abe Lincoln were alive, he'd probably be standing up here with me today," and that there was no criticism of him that did not originate "with the drug lobby or the Soviet operation ..." He said he had been in danger from Soviet assassins for over 13 years, and had to live in safe houses. Party officials would decide who each member should live with, and if someone left the movement, the remaining member was expected to live separately from the ex-member. Elle interprète enfin, dans la dernière saison, l'institutrice du village de Walnut Grove, Etta Plum. He identified an emotionally charged issue, conducted in-depth research into it, and then proposed a simplistic solution, which usually involved restructuring of the economy or national security apparatus. The NCLC was at first called the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) Labor Committee. "LaRouche Filings: Plots, Spies; Judges Tomorrow to Sift Myriad Motions Filed by Corps of Lawyers," John Mintz. This called for the establishment of a federal agency that would "place federal- and state-chartered banks under protection, freeze all existing home mortgages for a period of time, adjust mortgage values to fair prices, restructure existing mortgages at appropriate interest rates, and write off speculative debt obligations of mortgage-backed securities". De même, lorsque le budget de ses séries était excédentaire, il divisait la somme entre les membres de toute son équipe. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. An NPR obituary is titled Conspiracy Theorist And Frequent Presidential Candidate Lyndon LaRouche Dies At 96. ), Estimates of the size of LaRouche's movement have varied over the years; most say there is a core membership of 500 to 2,000. , The LaRouche campaign supported Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). The charges stated that they had attempted to defraud people of millions of dollars, including several elderly people, by borrowing money they did not intend to repay. A CIA spokesman said LaRouche met Deputy Director John McMahon in 1983 to discuss one of LaRouche's trips overseas. The reports said an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service would lead to an indictment, and quoted Irwin Suall, the Anti-Defamation League's fact-finding director, who called LaRouche a "small-time Hitler." Also see Rose, Gregory F. "The Swarmy Life and Times of the NCLC", harvnb error: no target: CITEREFMintz1985 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFFosterJanuary_1982 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFAlexander1991 (, For LaRouche saying he acted in self-defence, see, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFPerlman1984 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFLerman1988 (, For Mitchell Werbell saying he had ties to the CIA, see, LaRouche hired WerBell as a security consultant for protection against an assassination threat and to train his security staff; see, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFDonnerRothenberg1980 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFTourishWohlforth2000 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFJohnson1989 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFDonnerRandall1980 (, harvnb error: multiple targets (2×): CITEREFMichael2008 (. "Plenty of weirdness in 2007,". In Architects of Fear (1983), Johnson compares LaRouche's view to an Illuminati conspiracy theory; Johnson writes that after he wrote about LaRouche in The Minneapolis Star, LaRouche's followers denounced him as part of a conspiracy of elitists that began in ancient Egypt. In addition to the National Caucus of Labor Committees, there was the Citizens Electoral Council (Australia), the National Democratic Policy Committee, the Fusion Energy Foundation, and the U.S. Labor Party. Il débute au théâtre en 1950, à l'âge de treize ans, dans la pièce The Bat mise en scène par Avery Hopwood et Mary Roberts Rinehart. Other periodicals under his aegis included; New Solidarity, Fusion Magazine, 21st Century Science and Technology, and Campaigner Magazine. , His campaign included a paid half-hour television address, which allowed him to air his views before a national audience, something that became a regular feature of his later campaigns. Les derniers épisodes ont été tournés à la fin de l'année 1988 et diffusés entre mai et août 1989. , In March 1986, Mark Fairchild and Janice Hart—LaRouche National Democratic Policy Committee candidates—won the Democratic primary for statewide offices in Illinois, bringing LaRouche national attention. Around the same time, according to Blum, LaRouche was telling his membership several times a year that he was being targeted for assassination, including by the Queen of the United Kingdom, Zionist mobsters, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Justice Department, and the Mossad. It was the first of eight consecutive presidential elections in which he took part between 1976 and 2004. LaRouche wrote that many GIs feared they would be asked to support British forces in actions against Indian independence forces and characterized that prospect as "revolting to most of us". On 6-10-1969 Marc van der Linden was born in Vught, The Netherlands. LaRouche said his new home meant a shorter commute to Washington. NBC won a countersuit, the jury awarding the network $3 million in damages, later reduced to $258,459, for misuse of libel law, in what was called one of the more celebrated countersuits by a libel defendant. He refused to answer a question from an NBC reporter, saying "How can I talk with a drug pusher like you?" This was done by people who set out in a deliberate way to subvert the United States. LaRouche founded the Worldwide LaRouche Youth Movement (WLYM) in 2000, saying in 2004 that it had hundreds of members in the U.S. and a lesser number overseas.  The aim of the NCLC was to win control of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) branch—the university's main activist group—and build a political alliance between students, local residents, organized labor, and the Columbia faculty.  The NCLC's internal activities became highly regimented over the next few years. Qazwini referred to him as the spiritual father of the revival of the new Silk Road or Eurasian Landbridge, which aims to link the continents through a network of ground transportation. He previously worked as Acquisition & Asset Manager Hospitality at Orco Property Group Senior Analyst at CBRE Hotels, and an Auditor at PwC. Alors que son père s'enferme dans le mutisme, la mère de Michael multiplie les actes déséquilibrés et dangereux ; à plusieurs reprises, elle fait mine de se suicider devant son fils, par exemple en enfouissant sa tête dans le four ou en tentant de se noyer alors que la famille est en vacances à la plage ; c'est Michael qui sauve sa mère de ce qui aurait pu devenir un drame, mais cette dernière n'a aucune réaction et enchaîne les mauvais traitements à l'égard de son fils ; lorsqu'il fait une bêtise, pour le punir, elle lève sa Bible et appelle le mal contre lui et lui répète souvent qu'elle ne l'aime pas. No more will the United States tolerate the British system, whether colonial or neo-colonial. She went on to work closely with LaRouche for the rest of her career, standing for election in Germany in 1980 for his Europäische Arbeiterpartei (European Workers Party), and founding the Schiller Institute in Germany in 1984. I will be posting little films that I have made with my GoPro 3+ Black Edition and GoPro Hero 4 Silver edition. They do get to talk to prime ministers and presidents." Il obtient son étoile sur le Walk Of Fame de Hollywood en 1984, en reconnaissance de son travail pour la télévision. Adolescent, Michael montre une réelle aptitude au lancer de javelot et réalise d'excellentes performances avec l'équipe de sport de son lycée, battant même des records dans la discipline. , In the 1996 Democratic Party presidential primaries, he received enough votes in Louisiana and Virginia to get one delegate from each state, but before the primaries began, the Democratic National Committee chair, Donald Fowler, ruled that LaRouche was not a "bona fide Democrat" because of his "expressed political beliefs ... which are explicitly racist and anti-Semitic," and because of his "past activities, including exploitation of and defrauding contributors and voters." At least 60 assaults were reported. LaRouche believed that many of the world's ills result from the dominance of Aristotelianism as embraced by the empirical philosophers (such as Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, and Hume), leading to a culture that favors the empirical over the metaphysical, embraces moral relativism, and seeks to keep the general population uninformed. A 1975 party memo spoke of uniting with these groups only to overthrow the established order, adding that once that goal had been accomplished, "eliminating our right-wing opposition will be comparatively easy". , LaRouche founded the U.S. Labor Party in 1973 as the political arm of the NCLC. , During the discussion of U.S. health care reform in 2009, LaRouche advocated a single-payer health care bill and took exception to what he described as Barack Obama's proposal that "independent boards of doctors and health care experts [should] make the life-and-death decisions of what care to provide, and what not, based on cost-effectiveness criteria." , By 1961 the LaRouches were living on Central Park West in Manhattan, and LaRouche's activities were mostly focused on his career and not on the SWP. In 1996, he got 5% of the total nationwide vote in Democratic primaries. , Beginning in 1994, LaRouche made numerous visits to Russia, participating in conferences of the Vernadsky State Geological Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), the RAS Institute of the Far East, and other places. He wrote that, between the ages of twelve and fourteen, he read philosophy extensively, embracing the ideas of Leibniz and rejecting those of Hume, Bacon, Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, Rousseau, and Kant. Johnson characterizes LaRouche's views as follows: the Platonists include figures such as Beethoven, Mozart, Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci, and Leibniz.  According to a LaRouche publication, a court-ordered search of North's files produced a May 1986 telex from Iran–Contra defendant General Richard Secord, discussing the gathering of information to be used against LaRouche. He advocated testing anyone working in schools, restaurants, or healthcare, and quarantining those who tested positive.  In the same year, LaRouche was able to raise enough money to purchase 14 television spots, at a cost of $330,000 each, in which he called Walter Mondale—the Democratic Party's presidential candidate—a Soviet agent of influence, triggering over 1,000 telephone complaints. In the U.S. the LaRouchites spread these conspiracy theories in an alliance with aides to Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam. "Jeremiah Duggan's death and Lyndon LaRouche,", harvnb error: no target: CITEREFMontgomery1979 (. George Johnson argued that King's presentation failed to take into account that several members of LaRouche's inner circle were themselves Jewish. , In 2007, LaRouche began a national lobbying campaign to restore the Glass-Steagall Act, saying that it would be possible to save the U.S. banking system by reorganizing it under bankruptcy protection. , A month later, LaRouche held a press conference to accuse the Soviet government, British government, drug dealers, international bankers, and journalists of being involved in a variety of conspiracies.  By 1973 the NCLC had over 600 members in 25 cities—including West Berlin and Stockholm—and produced what LaRouche's biographer, Dennis King, called the most literate of the far-left papers, New Solidarity. LaRouche wrote in 1999 that this comment had "openly declared ... a policy of malicious lying" against him. Mais une grave déchirure des ligaments de l'épaule vient compromettre la carrière de sportif à laquelle il se destinait certainement : il allait même entamer une scolarité sportive à l'Université de Californie du Sud. La première fois, il avait malencontreusement écrasé un chat en se rendant au restaurant. , American political activist and founder of the LaRouche movement, Twenty to thirty students would ... sit on the floor surrounding LaRouche, who now sported a very shaggy beard ... LaRouche gave them esoteric assignments, such as searching through the writings of, Teaching and the National Caucus of Labor Committees, 1973: Political shift; "Operation Mop-Up", 1973: "Ego-stripping" and "brainwashing" allegations, 1974: Contacts with far right groups, intelligence gathering, National Democratic Policy Committee, "October Surprise" theory, 1983: Move from New York to Loudoun County, 1984: Schiller Institute, television spots, contact with Reagan administration, 1985–1986: PANIC, LaRouche's AIDS initiative, 1986: Electoral success in Illinois; press conference allegations, 1986–1988: Raids and criminal convictions, 1989: Musical interests and Verdi tuning initiative, Imprisonment, release on parole, attempts at exoneration, visits to Russia, 2000–2003: Worldwide LaRouche Youth Movement, September 11 Attacks, presidential run, 2003–2012: Overseas press coverage, financial crisis, History as a struggle between Platonism and Aristotelianism, Disputed record as economist and forecaster, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFMontgomery1974 (, For the parents' religions and other details, see, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFWitt2004 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFLaRouche1979 (, For spending time alone and identifying with philosophers, see, For the particular philosophers he read, see, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFLaRouche1987 (, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFTong1994 (.