Category Archives: Metaphor

A Tale of the U.S. Congress and Barack Obama, with a Nod to Francois Rabelais’ Sheep of Panurge

A Tale of the U.S. Congress and Barack Obama, with a Nod to Francois Rabelais’ Sheep of Panurge A little piece of humor Courtesy of François Rabelais: A Tale of the U.S. Congress and Barack Obama, with a Nod to … Continue reading

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RABELAIS’ TWO RIVERS OF PARIS, AND HOW OBAMA IS PISSING IT ALL AWAY!

RABELAIS’ TWO RIVERS OF PARIS, AND HOW OBAMA IS PISSING IT ALL AWAY! Master Rabelais has preserved two worthy historical accounts of two great floodings of Paris during the lives of the heroic giants whose deeds he preserved. The first … Continue reading

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The tale of how a President ends up in jail.

Listen, my children, and hear this, the tale Of how a President ends up in jail. by Bill Ferguson As World War Three drew near and nearer on, In quiet, sleepless fear lay Washington. But at the White House, they … Continue reading

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LaRouche PAC Weekly Report: The New Paradigm For Mankind – Wednesday, November 13, 2013

– WE CHALLENGE SENSE-PERCEPTION – Watch the discussion here or listen to the MP3 Audio Transcript as follows: MEGAN BEETS:  Welcome. Today is Nov. 13th, 2013.  My  name is Megan Beets of the LaRouche PAC  Scientific Research Team, and I’m joined … Continue reading

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Poet Robert Frosts’s Advise to JFK: “Be More Irish than Harvard”

In Robert A. Strong’s article in the 28 October Irish Times article “John F Kennedy applauded poetry as a potent antidote to power”, he discusses JFK’s speech at Amherst  College fifty years ago in honor of the poet Robert Frost,  … Continue reading

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JFK and The Lament for the Death of Eoghan Ruadh O’Neill

Reference to the poem JFK recited in a St Patrick’s Day speech is made in the video interview with EIR History Editor Anton Chaitkin. The poem is Lament for the Death of Eoghan Ruadh O’Neill, by Thomas Davis. The  remarkable 1956 … Continue reading

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LPAC Weekly Report: The New Paradigm for Mankind – October 9th, 2013

Watch the discussion here or listen to the MP3 Audio And here is an excerpt: JONES:  Yep. And as you’re saying, it’s — in a sense, the mind is able to change the space-time relations that man has to the universe, … Continue reading

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Contemporary Pseudo-Morality by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The seemingly obvious was, actually, never true! Contemporary Pseudo-Morality by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. September 21, 2013 What is human sense-perception, as distinguished from the denizens of the animal kingdom in general? How, and why, is this so? In the … Continue reading

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To the U.S. Congress, Dáil Éireann and all lawmakers who have betrayed their citizens and humanity

At The Round Earth’s Imagined Corners By John Donne. At the round earth’s imagined corners blow Your trumpets, angels, and arise, arise From death, you numberless infinities Of souls, and to your scattered bodies go, All whom the flood did, … Continue reading

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Metaphor: What Artificial Intelligence Will Never Understand

The human species has dramatically changed its mode of life over the past thousands of years, while no animal species has done so. Understanding that quality which sets us apart (called by such names as “intelligence,” “reason,” “rational thought,” or … Continue reading

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