LaRouche Leesburg Road Tour Guide 2007
Here is a map you can follow. If you hit the bypass, you went too far.
The office buildings across Cardinal Park Drive from the Honda dealer are where the LYM is registered as a LLC . I hope they paid their ovedue fees. As you pass the buildings start to wave goodbye to it just as Ed Spannaus and Lyn did many years ago.
"McDonald's had the Golden Arches and Lyn had his 'Golden Souls,' and the bookstore--I was told--was not going to carry any books by Lyn's illusory enemies."
Next we proceed on Route 7 to Leesburg and under the overpass and eventually you will run into South King Street. Look for 27 South King and park the car. Before you turn it off, make sure you packed the jumper cables. We bought that building and put a boatload of money into remodeling it to be used as a bookstore. That sounds not too bad, but when the store becomes a card table shrine on steroids, then watch out. McDonald's had the "Golden Arches" and Lyn has the "Golden Souls" and the bookstore I was told was not going to carry any books by Lyn's illusory enemies. Well, that pretty much means that virtually anyone who ever lived is on that list. So imagine a big retail space with nothing but piles and piles of Lyn writings and a town where Lyn and the LC insulted everyone and accused the local notables of being KGB agents, and you can guess the rest.
Instead of discount flyers and special sales or showing the new store and inventory, the whole event revolves around Lyn accusing Kissinger of wanting to assasinate him and accusing everyone of being KGB agents. Excuse me, agents of influence.
For some reason, which maybe Ed Spannaus and the other deadenders can explain, the bookstore went under, but was reborn a few blocks down the street at 107 S King. Now we had a worse store in a worse location and a few more episodes of Larouche insanity I will mention later.
Still, the 27 South King Street store really was a nice building and later it had a few other businesses in it. Now here is something quite funny to think about. A former member who said FU to the cult opened up an antique business in the 27 South King Street bookstore and ran a prosperous business. So the only LCer who had enough business sense to make a buck in the building was an ex-LCer. Imagine walking into an antique store to buy something and the first thing the owner tells you is that Henry Kissinger is out to assassinate him. Only in the Bizarro world of Larouche is that a sales greeting.
The bookstore today is in the hands of Public Enemy number one of Lyn's. How do you think he feels knowing that his bookstore is now known as the "English Manor Gardens and Interiors"?
So much for Lyn's grand expertise as a business consultant.