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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

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about the LaRouche organiza-
tion," Levin said. "They're abso-
lutely withering under the heat
of exposure." Of Robert Bell, his
opponent, Levin said, "I don't
know anything about him. He
called me one day and started
talking about Panama, Jesse
Helms and the president of
Panama."
"Sander Levin has been in
office too long," counters Bell, 66,
a retired Detroit city worker.
"He's voting his own mind, not
what the people want."
Bell, who said that he has been
a member of NDPC for ten years,
discussed the whole cluster of is-
sues on the LaRouche agenda:
the Strategic Defense Initiative
(LaRouche is in favor), AIDS ("I
want controls for the AIDS vic-
tims. They should be protected,"
said Bell), rearmament and re-
industrialization ("Michigan
should again be the arsenal of
democracy," said Bell), and the
International Monetary Fund
(IMF), which LaRouche casti-
gates. Arguing that the
LaRouche organization is not
anti-Semitic as has been charged,
Bell said,
"When we go after the IMF, it
just so happens that there are
quite a few Jewish financiers.
That doesn't make us anti-
Semitic."
Explaining his mentor's
bizaare and apparently irrational
pronouncements, Bell said,
"LaRouche is called a nut be-
cause he says the Queen (of
England) is a dope pusher. What
he actually said is that the Queen
can say to the British people, 'I
want dope pushing stopped,' and
it can be stopped. She has the
moral authority to castigate the
British people for pushing dope.
"LaRouche does go overboard,"
Bell agreed. "He does make mis-
takes. This is where LaRouche
doesn't use good judgement."
"One can find sensible
LaRoucheites here and there,"
admitted Mary Ryan Taras. "But
they are kooky."
"Our primary line of attack is
to make sure that our candidates
run good races," said Rick
Wiener, Democratic state party

chairman. "There's a growing
awareness that the LaRouchies
are almost a cult-like political
organization, and who the
mainstream Candidates are."
Besides the NDPC, LaRouche's
various guises include the Na-
tional Caucus of Labor Commit-
tees, the U.S. Labor Party, New
Solidarity, Fusion and Executive
Intelligence Review magazines.
Other LaRouche operations in-
clude the National Anti-Drug

Sander Levin: "No
one in the district
likes extremists."

Coalition and the Lafayette
Foundation for the Arts and Sci-
ences. Funds collected from this
network are channeled toward
enhancing LaRouche's influence
at the polls and behind the
scenes.
"The way you handle them is to
defeat them at the polls," said
Mary Ryan Taras.
One Democratic incumbent
who may have cause for worry is
Rep. Robert Carr of the 6th Dis-
trict. He is being challenged by a
LaRoucheite named Steven Carr.
"I hope people realize that it is
an obvious gimmick,"! Taras said
of the similarity of names.
Statewide, Governor James
Blanchard faces a challenge from
NPDC member Henry Wilson.
According to the Anti-
Defamation League of the B'nai
B'rith, Wilson was twice con-
victed on firearms violations, has
a string of five traffic and driver's
license violations and has had his
license suspended 19 times in the
last five years.
Gerald Carlson, a white sup-
remicist who filed as a Republi-
can candidate in Westland for the
State House of Representatives,
was ruled ineligible because he
did not meet residency require-
ments. Carlson embarrassed
Michigan Republicans in 1984 by
winning the Republican primary
in the primarily Democratic
Downriver district of Rep.
William Ford.

Get Tough With LaRouche
Journalist Warns

11■•■•••■

MARK JOFFE

Special to the Jewish News

A

merican Jews, the news

media and the Demo-
cratic Party must do
much more to expose Lyndon H.
LaRouche Jr. and prevent his
followers from gaining influence
in America, according to a
nationally recognized authority
on the virulently anti-Semitic
extremist movement.
"If LaRouche is not fought in
a sophisticated way, he could
build a semi-permanent, grass-
roots network in this country
that would make life a lot more
difficult for American Jews,"

journalist Dennis King said in
an recent interview.
"Only a vigorous and vigilant
political effort on the part of
Jews, blacks, the labor move-
ment, principled conservatives
and everyone else opposed to
fascism will stop him," he said.
King, who has written more
than 40 articles on the La-
Rouche movement, was espec-
ially critical of the news media's
"lack of clarity" in reporting
about the LaRouche organiza-
tion. In particular, he decried the
"mealymouthed" words the
press has used to characterize
the movement's ideology.
"The man is ideologically a
nec-Nazi," King said of the

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