LaRouche is dead but still alive because his movement carries on and his writings are still available.

It’s like a virus. It has often been questioned whether a virus is alive or dead. It is certainly not living in the everyday sense of the word. Viruses cannot reproduce by themselves. Technically speaking, they are dead. Yet they are everywhere and multiplying. To ‘live’, viruses need to ‘hijack’ living cell as their hosts. When a virus infects a host cell, it uses the cell’s machinery to make copies of its own genetic material in a process called replication. To ‘live’, viruses must use host cell machinery (processes) to replicate and propagate.

Laroucheism is like a ‘mental virus.’

LaRouche’s modus operandi was Trotskyist ‘entryism’ which is the infiltration of a political party by members of another group, with the intention of subverting its policies or objectives.

So larouchies enter with masks concealing their real toxic motives. They can pretend to be antifascist yet act as real fascists. Being against brainwashing yet brainwashing you. Being ‘pro-China’ yet been anti-China for decades. This is entryism and being an opportunist.

This ‘mental virus’ concept was explored in Rhinoceros, a play by French Romanian author Eugène Ionesco, written in 1959. Over the course of three acts, the inhabitants of a small, provincial French town turn into rhinoceroses. The play is often read as a response and criticism to the sudden contagion of Fascism and Nazism.
Laroucheism is a ‘mental virus ‘ that turns infected victims into ‘rhinos’, in zombies otherwise known as ‘larouchie‘ (larouchebag).

So the Laroucheplanet website is necessary to carry on and acting as mental vaccination (information and education) and as recovery for the future generations.