Lyndon LaRouche Organization Compiles Its Video Game Rants

The Lyndon LaRouche organization has thoughtfully collected all of its wacky attacks on video games on a single page.

The chronology dates back to 1996 and contains some real classics including:

July 2, 1999: EIR cover story leads with Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., "Star Wars and Littleton," in which he emphasizes that "this murderous rampage will persist . . . whether or not the producers and distributors of cult-films and Nintendo-style video games intend that specific effect."

Feb. 20, 2000: Helga Zepp-LaRouche gives a speech on "The Mark of the Beast: American's Children Are in Mortal Danger..." She reviews the influence of Pokemon and Anime videos, as well as violent movies, on young minds, pre-teen as well as teen.

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