Here are two contrasting answers:
Lyndon Larouche was first noticed by US surveillance agents as a member of the Socialiast Workers Party in the 1940s. He has been a thorn in the side of the Western establishment ever since, organizing resistance to postwar neocolonialism and creating a political party premised upon an economic model at odds with the postwar credit-based system. His contrarian organization has remained remarkably resilient even during and after his incarceration and recent death.
An example of the sort of nonsense it opposes: