Moonies, Neo-Nazis & Lyndon LaRouche Unite!
So the Washington Times has a column called “Embassy Row,” where they ostensibly cover the intrigue behind the scenes of Washington’s diplomatic circles, as passed on to them by whomever condescends to give a an interview to the paper, which is run by crazy people.
Today, “Embassy Row” interviews a guy described as a “leading political opponent” of President Chavez, who wants the American people to know that “there is no electoral solution to the Venezuelan crisis," and advocates bloody insurrection or something. This “opponent,” is Alejandro Peña Esclusa, who hilariously turns out to be the former leader of a Lyndon LaRouche sect in Venezuela, a guy who has long advocated for the violent overthrow of the Venezuelan government.
But wait! Even LaRouche thought this guys was nuts, kicking him out of the fold a few years ago after “his conversion to extreme religious kookery and overt association with Synarchist fascist leaders, including Spain's Franquista thug Blas Piñar.” Kookery!
Then the Times goes and promotes the website of Peña’s organization, you know, for “those interested in the situation in Venezuela.” Turns out the organization is listed by the Stephen Roth Institute of Tel Aviv University as one of Venezuela’s primary anti-Semitic hate groups.
Way to go Washington Times!