Left image: LaRouche's Campaigner magazine "The racist roots of Jazz" (Sept./Oct. 1980). These "roots" come from the British and the Jews against America.
Right image: Nazi propaganda poster. This grotesque figure became the Nazi symbol for all they considered "degenerate" (Entartete) in the arts: "Black" music and Jews.
Yes, for LaRouche "German classical culture" is a Uber Alles culture... All others are inferior.
LaRouche is therefore actively opposed to any "Modern music" as a British/Jewish operation against America. He believes the roots of "Black music" come from British/Jewish slave trade, not from the African-Americans... LaRouche implicitly denies any "African roots" to so-called "Black music" which he associates to "slave culture".
In reality, LaRouche et al. hate "African culture" and especially African music and dance, considered as far inferior to German classical culture and music.
LYNDON LAROUCHE: NO FRIEND OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY
LaRouche parading with Amelia Boyton Robinson.
In the LaRouche organization, the "Blacks" play the same role as the Jews: they are used to defend LaRouche from any suspicion of racism as his relation with the KKK or South Africa's Apartheid regime might suggest.
After Obama's historic victory in 2008, not surprisingly, LaRouche couldn't contain his hatred:
LaRouche compares Obama's ancestors to MONKEYS:
"If you chase his [Obama's] family tree, everybody's climbing and swinging from the branches....Every monkey in every tree, from every part of the world, has participated in the sexual act of producing him."
From MORNING BRIEFING of Sunday, April 13, 2008 LYNDON LAROUCHE: NO FRIEND OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY at lyndonlarouche.org (D. King)
"...the Mesopotamian polymorphic, pro-bestial images of their pagan deities, for example, tell us much which is most essential--and essentially disgusting--about that culture. Hence, those who, like unreconstructed relics of the Confederacy, argue that "black" persons of African origins are an inferior species of beast-men, are intrinsically immoral believers in the bestial nature of man, themselves included. " Source: Information Society: A Doomed Empire of Evil by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (April 13, 2000)
LaRouche's hypocrisy and opportunism: