Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Saint Francis the Prescient

It all sounds familiar.

Read here. Emphasis added.
I have just returned from the Convention in Los Angeles. I see now why you did not feel any urge to go. You already known, apparently, that which I had to find out—viz. that the movement in this form and under this leadership is devoid of a future. 
Hey, that sounds like Ted Sallis talking about Der Movement. Inc. Was Yockey “crazy and bitter” as well?  Dementia praecox, indeed!
The magazine, the newsletters, the World New Service which Lohbeck and I are founding—these indeed are valuable, but of themselves they are not politics. At most they are useful adjuncts to politics.

I met Smith—in company with his wife and with Lohbeck—and he delivered a speech at the lunch table. He had not read Imperium nor the London “Proclamation,” because, as Lohbeck tells me, he reads nothing. 
Sounds like Trump.
Immediately after the speech, Smith delivered one of his own, attacking me, and saying that Americans love democracy, that he would not unite with me in my hatred of the Jew…
Was Smith a HBD race realist Alt Wronger?
...nor in my love for the Western Civilization, but only in the principles of Jesus Christ. Exactly what that means I do not know, but perhaps it was only a way of calling attention to the fact that I had not mentioned Christ. The entire Convention was primarily Christ and Christianity, and secondarily anti-Jewish, mostly on the basis that the Jews are anti-Christ.
Christianity – or, should we say, Christinsanity – must be mercilessly destroyed.
Such morbid suspicion could arise in a case like Elmhurst’s, for he has indeed suffered long and hard persecution, and he lives in the environment of New York, where, he says, Jews are constantly trying to poison him. 
Oy vey!  Don’t eat those gelfite fish!
I thought that you should know these things, for the future.
Yockey’s future is our present.  Nothing much has changed in the ludicrous clownshow of the “movement,” has it?
I do not believe Elmhurst did much damage to the relations between Smith and me, since I believe Smith’s attitude did not change, that he is not yet ready for the kind of political thinking that I brought to him, and that, in any event, he is not political. In his beliefs, he is undoubtedly sincere, but in his actions, so to speak, he is not. His person, his family—in every speech he mentions his wife, mother, and father at least ten times—“the clean loins of my father, and the pure womb of my mother who carried me,” etc.—and himself at least thirty times—his security, physical and financial, are of the very highest importance to him. He lacks entirely what we call in Europe the heroic world-outlook. He explained to the audience at one point that he does not live in St. Louis because there was a plot to kill him in St. Louis, and that under these conditions, his mother could not visit him in his home, nor could he enjoy peace and quiet with his wife. One of the strong points which he makes to his audiences is that he and his wife are as happy a couple as could be found in America. In the closing speech of the Convention, he talked for four minutes about his stomach, his digestion, and the fact that he does not need to take laxatives.
Being around the “movement” for any length of time should sufficiently sicken anyone so that they will have a copious gastrointestinal flow without the need for any laxatives.
Jews and other guks who tried to intervene were silenced by the audience. Guk, by the way, is our new word for anyone who does not belong to the white race and Western Civilization. It is our word corresponding to the Jewish word Gentile or goy—any non-member. It is the word American soldiers use to designate all Koreans, north and south. Gannon will introduce the word in England, and it must enter all languages.