"There is a mass-based fascist movement on college campuses, today," LaRouche said, identifying it as presently the greatest threat to the survival of our nation. This threat, he said, has three faces:
*MySpace, directed by Rupert Murdoch
*Facebook, directed by Bill Gates
*Computer games, particularly the homicidal maniac versions.
If you allow an entire youth generation to be destroyed by these things, LaRouche said, there will be no future for the United States.
Therefore, these three things, presently dominating our culture, must each be destroyed, just as a contagious killer virus or bacteriological disease must be properly diagnosed, and cured. This disease, of course, is not a biological one, per se, but a mental and cultural disease. Our diagnosis, and a pathway towards a cure, is what follows.
And, although the contents of this pamphlet will be immediately painful to the minds of those readers, who might be intricately involved in "all the rave" about MySpace, Facebook, and computer games, the joy of being freed from mental slavery, thus engaging in solving our present world's dangerous problems, will, in the longer term, greatly outweigh the short-term pain, of tearing yourself from a beloved, but deadly, folly."
In an interview where LaRouche calls Obama a lizzard, a babbler, a puppet, no good, not reasonable, a clown, from the summer of 2008, he also attacks the Facebook and My Space:
"MySpace and Facebook typify that problem. You have something like mindless zombies coming out of the Black Lagoon, and that's the phenomenon. What you have is a break from relevance. The characteristic of MySpace and Facebook is what? You're not in the real universe. And this goes together with the killer games, which are less in the press nowadays, but they're still the same phenomenon out there. The killer computer games. People who are divorced from any connection with reality, who don't see the social process in which they're involved as a social process, as having any meaning, and they act like goons, or Black Lagoon types, coming out of the swamps."