|"To the extent that my physical powers do not prevent me, I am now confident and capable of ending your [NCLC members'] political - and sexual - impotence; the two are interconnected aspects of the same problem.|
|"The Politics of Male Impotence" by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., (under pen name L. Marcus) - NCLC Internal Discussion- Aug. 16 1973 or at publiceye.org (Chip Berlet)|
Q Failures of the fundraising. You used the term
"sexual impotence" or "sexual problems" ?
Q Those are your words, is that right?
A That is correct.
Q Isn't it a fact that what was being discussed was psychosexual impotence? You heard that?
A Yes, I heard that.
Q Psychosexual impotence has a completely different meaning, does it not, in terms of the message conveyed than simply to say sexual problems?
A Psychosexual impotence is definitely a different word and different concept.
Q Isn't that in fact what Mr. LaRouche said on occasion, and in some significant detail, and in fact elaborated on the meaning and psychological underpinnings of the concept psychosexual impotence?
A He elaborated on the concept, but that is not what he said. Many, many times he said sexual impotence, sexual problems. Those were his words specifically. Also the emotional content was there, not academic psychosexual.
Q What does psychosexual impotence mean?
A You would have to ask an expert on that. I don't have any idea.
Q You never studied psychology?
A No, not at all.
"It's sort of a case of a mass commitment to ejaculatio praecox: It's called a Baby Boomer. Instant gratification. And instant frustration." (from http://www.schillerinstitute.org/lar_related/2004/april-june/lar_cadre_EC.html)
"Revolution, She Wrote" (Chapter: "LaRouche: Sex Maniac & Demagogue") by Clara Fraser (Red Letter Press- 1986)
LaRouche: Aristotle is the root of the evil we confront today; EIR September 13, 1991. LaRouche's then-obsession with "buggery" (1991: he was in jail at the time...)