When we saw Webster Griffin Tarpley speak in London last month, a few of his comments reminded us of his political ancestry - he was once a keen follower of US anti-semite Lyndon Larouche.
In the UK Larouche is perhaps best known for his rather eccentric views on the British royal family. Whilst many criticisms of the royals are valid, few would seriously accuse them of involvement in major drug dealing! Larouche has long attacked what he sees as Britain's unhealthy influence on world events.
Although WGT is no longer (as far as we believe) a Larouchite, it seems he is still more than influenced by his old masters tune. How else do you explain his truly barking comment in London that the US attacked Serbia in 1999 as Al Gore wanted to impress Prince Charles? Such rubbish is straight from the Larouche textbook.
Recently a website called Larouche Planet has been good enough to link to link to 9/11 Cultwatch's report on WGT in London. Interestingly, when referring to WGT, they call him an "ex" Larouchite. They define Larouche not as a political figure but as a cult leader, and the site is run by former Larouche followers. Why not check it out yourself?