Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr., was born in 1922 to Quaker parents and grew up in Lynn, Massachusetts (1 ). Lyndon was bullied in school but his Quaker parents forbid him to fight back. He turned to Philosophy as a weapon and dismissed his tormentors as "unwitting followers of David Hume." (2 ).
He entered the Army in World War II as an conscientious objector. He served as a medic in Burma (3 ).
Lyndon enrolled then dropped out of Northeastern University in Boston because he couldn't believe his teachers accepted truths. He wrote his instructors "lacked the competence to teach me on conditions I was willing to tolerate." (4).
He joined the Communist party, then in 1949 he joined the Socialist Workers party (SWP). He was a member of SWP for 17 years. His first wife (Janice Neuberger) was a also a member of SWP and after they filed for Divorce. He lived with another party member (Carol Schnitzer ) they stayed together until the early years of his National Caucus of Labor Committees. During his time in the SWP he was contentious and restless. In 1966 Lyndon was expelled from the SWP (5 ).
Lyndon LaRouche on drugs
LaRouche, and his supporters have also denounced CIA involvement in drug smuggling "Drug Legalization: Who Is Fooling Whom?" October 18, 2002 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. Even though well qualified people claimed its true. People like, John Stockwell CIA Agent, among Mr Stockwells accomplishments are a tour in Vietnam, and the director of the agencies Angola task force(6 ).
Another believer is the DEA's main agent in El Salvador DEA Agent Michael Levine who served in South America and Guatemala Celerino ``Cele'' Castillo (7 ).
The Larouche organization has its own ties to people involved in drug smuggling.
LaRouche's estate is surrounded by security trained Mitch WerBell of Georgia (8). WerBell was indicted on drug smuggling charges in 1976 (9).