STRANGE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN LYNDON LAROUCHE'S
AND NAZI ALFRED ROSENBERG'S WORLD OUTLOOKS
LaRouche's apparently anti-Nazi stance is contradicted by the most important ideologue of the Nazi party: Alfred Rosenberg.
In his major book "The Myth Of The 20th Century"(1930) , Rosenberg's Manichean world-outlook was based on the mythology of two opposed gods, civilizations and races: the god of light, that is Western civilization (i.e. Greek, German) and white race (i.e. Aryan) vs. the god of darkness, oriental (semitic) civilization (i.e. Levantine, Babylonian, Jewish...) and darker (mixed) races.\\
In fact, contrary to Nietzsche but like LaRouche, Alfred Rosenberg opposed Dionysos (symbol of mixed, inferior races) and took side for Apollo (or Prometheus), symbol in Rosenberg's mind of the Western superior white race and civilization.
It indeed resembles closely to LaRouche's post-1978 world-outlook based on a mythical fight between Prometheus vs. Apollo/Dionysos. LaRouche only needed to swap Rosenberg's Apollo with Prometheus.
The evil civilization was Oriental (near-eastern that is: Babylonian, Jewish, Levantine) and matriarchal as opposed to the Western (Greek, German) and patriarchal civilization.
Here is a list of entirely new ideological points that characterized the post-1978 LaRouche organization and which can all be found in Rosenberg's "Myth of the 20th Century"...