Fear of a LaRouche Planet  By David Weigel (Slate)
Visitors From Planet LaRouche – The New York Times  By ROBERT MACKEY (the lede)
“When Rep. Barney Frank was asked by a woman at a health care town hall meeting, “Why do you continue to support a Nazi policy?” the Massachusetts Democrat had a ready reply. “On what planet do you spend most of your time?” he shot back at the questioner, who was toting one of the now-infamous Obama-as-Hitler posters. Frank explained that he would not discuss the issue with her, since it would be like “trying to argue with a dining room table.” Source: Fringe Group Pushes ‘Nazi’ Analogy
Nathan Guttman – Forward – September 2, 2009. Founded in 1897 as a Yiddish-language daily, the Forward soon became a national paper, the most widely read Jewish newspaper anywhere

The ‘Planet of LaRouche’ is a mad and dangerous place to visit.

It can be compared to the 1994 American supernatural horror film directed and scored by John Carpenter: ‘IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS‘.

It tells me story of John Trent, a freelance insurance investigator and ardent skeptic who is sent to inquire on the mysterious disappearance of a successful author of horror novels named Sutter Cane.

During his investigation, Trent ends up in the sleepy little town of Hobbs End, a fictional location in several of Cane’s books but nowhere to be found on real maps.

The fact that this fictional town exists is only the beginning of Trent’s problems. There he witnesses this town collapsing into madness, murder, and monstrous transformations: the fantastic horrors of Sutter Cane’s novels played out in front of his eyes. Trent begins to question his sanity as the lines between reality and fiction are being blurred: the map has become the territory.

Eventually, Trent meets Sutter Cane face to face in this fictional place, and to tell him ‘I’m not a piece of fiction’! Cane replies: ‘I think, therefore you are…’ to reveal him that he is just a pawn, a character in his latest book.

Trent then follows Cane’s written script to return the manuscript of the book so it can eventually be published. Once done, the whole world is going mad for Cane’s books. Quite literally and furthering the end of humanity.

At the end of the book, Trent walks into a movie theater where a film of the book is being played. Trent begins to laugh and cry hysterically, when he realizes he was just a fictional character now watching a film of himself watching a film where he’s watching a film of himself… He is stuck ‘In the Mouth of Madness’.

Like Hobbs End, the LaRouche planet is as fictional and deadly. Like Trent, larouchies are stuck ‘In the Mouth of Madness’. Like Sutter Cane, Lyndon LaRouche was evil.