The thing that a supporter of Larouche aught to consider is that Larouche himself claims to support the Federal idea of competitive government, and if so, if that is true that he supports that idea, then why not support it on the level of this country?
This country started out as 13 Sovereign (competitive) Nation States with their own power to tax, or not tax, to defend, or not defend, to make money experiments, or not make money experiments, to join a Union, or not join a Union, to pay their Union dues, or not pay their Union dues, to secede if joined and if the Union becomes despotic, and even to execute the duties spelled out in The Declaration of Independence.
So why would Larouche support a Consolidated Nation State that destroys all the Sovereignty of each State in the voluntary Union which then makes everyone slaves to the One Legal Money Power that runs the One Monopoly of doing anything they want when they want because they say so and they use your stolen earnings to make you obey without question?
Why support that?
Huh, if you say Federation is a good idea, then put your money where your mouth is, and get this country back to a competitive, voluntary, Union of Separate Sovereign Competitive Constitutionally Limited Nation States voluntarily joined into a Democratic Federated Republic like it was under The Articles of Confederation when the Rebels defeated The British.
If Larouche hates the British so much than why does he harken back to the terms of Dictator George Washington who was merely Alexander Hamilton's Dog of War on a leash?
That my dear friends in liberty is this:
The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned.
Under the Articles of Confederation it was still lawful to overthrow a criminal government.
Now, only the criminals with badges can do that stuff.