The ultimate American politician and conspiracist is dead—at least according to Twitter. It's hard to know where to begin, really. This video summarizes LaRouche's thoughts on Walter Mondale and is as good a place as any to start. The waters run deep and wide; I cannot but suspect Prince Philip is pleased to outlive him.
UPDATE: His PAC made an official announcement. The New York Times posted an obituary:
Defining what Mr. LaRouche stood for was no easy task. He began his political career on the far left and ended it on the far right. He said he admired Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan and loathed Hitler, the composer Richard Wagner and other anti-Semites, though he himself made anti-Semitic statements.
He was fascinated with physics and mathematics, particularly geometry, but called concerns about climate change "a scientific fraud."
He condemned modern music as a tool of invidious conspiracies — rock as a particularly British one — and found universal organizing principles in the music of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart.