Damnatio memoriae; the Damned, the Cursed, the Outlawed: Christophe Dolbeau’s Les Parias; Fascistes, pseudo-Fascistes et mal-Pensants

Book Review: Christophe Dolbeau, Les Parias; Fascistes, pseudo-Fascistes et mal-Pensants, p.600, (Akribeia, 2021).

The portrayal of the Fascist legacy has been in a full demonizing swing ever since the end of World War II. Despite their claims of objectivity, modern professors of political ideas bear resemblance to ancient Hellenic bards with their surreal mythmaking orations. Irrespective of their awe-inspiring plots, few believe nowadays in the veracity of the ancient Greco-Roman myths. By contrast, modern doubts about the truthfulness of similar modern accounts regarding the Fascist intellectual legacy must not be publicly voiced. History professors continue to boast about their “unbiased historiographic” approach, although the word “hagiographic” would be more appropriate in the description of their teaching and research endeavors. Mandatory school programs in Europe and the US resemble a curriculum in comparative demonologies. Former Fascist and National-Socialist protagonists as well as numerous pre-World War II fascist writers and artists are presented as extra-terrestrial monsters, as ever emerging multi-headed Lernaean Hydras, or worse, as howling Hitlerite hounds of Hades, all of them sharing the company of hordes of illiterate, dim-witted and weaponized (mostly German) cutthroats. Such a would-be scholarly approach in modern higher education only confirms that the word “fascism” has entirely lost its original meaning.

One must therefore welcome the second edition of the book Les Parias (The Pariahs) authored by the French scholar Christophe Dolbeau; a book that provides a critical addition to the life and death of once-prominent fascist political and cultural actors. Dolbeau focuses on the fate of dozens of well-known and lesser-known American and European artists, novelists and politicians who played a significant role in the rise and fall of Fascism; yet who due to the adverse intellectual climate, following the end of World War II were either forcibly removed from the public eye and/or whose literary works came to be caricatured as academic quackery. Dolbeau’s book, however, is by no means an attempt at political rehabilitation of those fascist individuals, nor is his book a revisionist apology of Fascism. Dolbeau solely attempts in this thick book—600 pages, replete with the dense bibliographic notes garnered from his Spanish, Argentinian, American, English, German, French, ex-Yugoslav and Russian sources, as well as from his numerous personal acquaintances with the relatives of some of those former political lepers—to provide a more nuanced perspective on their days of preeminence and their subsequent descent into eternal damnation.

Dolbeau’s book reads as a meticulous police dossier on two dozen Fascist politicians and intellectuals, offering the reader new information on their statements and encounters that were suppressed in official documents following the war. The survey of each individual actor is supplemented with dozens of additional names—names of their friends or sympathizers, or names of their military and judicial detractors—forcing the reader to keep a close track of a massive number of references and translated quotes. Overall, Dolbeau’s French prose is highly readable given that his impressive writing record has a long history of supplying his readers with similar contextual and interdisciplinary framework, always triggering a new level of suspense and …surprise.

Out of dozens of Fascist figureheads described by Dolbeau, one can here only single out a few. These are: the English profascist activist John “Jack” Amery (1912–1945), the English author James Strachey Barnes (1890–1955), the Palestinian cleric Mohammed Amin al-Husseini (1895–1974), and the two founders of Russian fascism, Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky (1907–1946) and the American-Russian activist Anastasy Andreyevich Vonsiatsky (1898–1965). Short of recommending reading this book in its entirety, it is impossible to review here the dozens of Polish, Flemish, Slovak, Norwegian, Canadian and Australian fascists and pseudo-fascists mentioned in the book, as well as in Dolbeau’s prior works.

The Outcasts

John Amery. Born into a prominent English family, his mother being of Hungarian-Jewish descent, John Amery, called “Jack”, developed very early a close insight to the wheeling and dealing of the English political class, which helped him later on in his own expatriate and propagandistic work on behalf of Franco’s Spain, Mussolini’s Italy and Hitler’s Germany. A good-looking young man and a womanizer, Amery was a man of high intelligence, albeit of moody behavior, always under the influence of hard liquor even when giving public speeches or having meetings with his high National-Socialist and Fascist sponsors. He spoke fluent French, which helped him set up a large network of like-minded colleagues all over pre-World War II Europe and foster close ties with fascist collaborationist authors in German-occupied Vichy France. During the war, at his speaking and public engagements, he advocated the formation of the English anticommunist military corps St. George designed to fight side-by-side with other European volunteers against the Red Army and local communist guerrillas.

Later on, the German propaganda services and German intelligence community, headed by the Berlin English section field officers, Dr. Fritz Hesse and Dr. Reinhard Haferkorn respectively, enabled him to make a series of anticommunist speeches on the Reichsrundfunk radio program during which he advocated the necessity of a peace agreement between the embattled UK and Germany. “I very frankly told Dr Hesse that I am not interested in the German victory; what is of interest to me is a just peace that can enable us to unite and counter a real threat to our civilization.” When captured along with his girlfriend by the communist guerrillas in northern Italy, in April 1945, he pleaded guilty at his later trial in England—but refused to recant his fascist beliefs. He, along with his colleague, the Irish-American radio host William Joyce, who had become a naturalized German citizen and with whom he had frequent personal squabbles, was hanged by the decision of the British court, on December 19, 1945.

Amin Al Husseini. The expression “Islamic Fascism” sounds like an oxymoron, except when used as derogatory name-calling, which seems to be quite trendy among many neocon and left-leaning journalists in America. Yet it is worth recalling that prior to World War II a large number of Muslim politicians and intellectuals all over the Middle East and central Asia showed a great deal of sympathy for the National-Socialist experiment in Germany. Even today, German businessmen and politicians when on a state visit to Arab and Muslim countries in the Middle East and Central Asia receive a much warmer official welcome than their colleagues from America, the UK and France, two former colonial powers that not long ago ruled over much of Africa and the Middle East.

The Palestinian politician under review in this book, Amin Al Husseini, was born into a respectable Palestinian family and soon became a household name in the Arabs’ anticolonial drive, adamantly opposing the arrival of European Jewish settlers in what was then the British mandate for Palestine and what was to become the state of Israel in 1948. Prior to World War I he was the main political spokesman for the pan-Arab cause, and later he advocated a military alliance with National-Socialist Germany. “He claim[ed] that the alliance of Muslims and the Reich is natural given that Islam and National-Socialism share the principle of discipline, solidarity and obedience in common.” In his numerous encounters during the WWII years with Hitler, Himmler, Mussolini and the Croatian profascist leader Ante Pavelić, he extoled “friendship, sympathy and adoration the Arab peoples have for the courageous German people and voiced support against the Anglo-Jewish coalition.”

In the last days of the war, Amin Al Husseini was residing in Germany, and unlike many local European fascist officials, or their sympathizers facing the Allied gallows, he was never arrested nor put on trial by the Anglo-American military authorities. After the war, he played a major role in endorsing the pan-Arab union and was the advisor to the future PLO leader Yasser Arafat, who attended his funeral in Beirut, in 1974.

James Strachey Barnes. James Strachey Barnes was a young English nobleman who converted to Catholicism, fully fluent in Italian and French. He started his career in the British intelligence service in 1919, yet became quickly disillusioned with British anti-German policies. Along with many English Catholic conservatives, he embraced fascist ideas and did not hesitate to put himself at the disposal of the Axis powers. Unlike his English Berlin-based rowdy compatriots William Joyce and Jack Amery, he was far more delicate in his public and radio appearances in Italy. As a personal friend of Mussolini and having close associates in the American expatriate poet Ezra Pound and the Italian-American pro-axis radio personality Rita Zucca, he became an important asset in Italy’s fascist propaganda targeting English and American troops. In his capacity as the Italian-based contributor to Father Charles Coughlin’s magazine Social Justice, which by 1939 had attained a circulation of over several hundred thousand copies, he wrote that “Italy is the hope of Europe, that is, of a civilized and Christian Europe.” And: “that one needs to expel all Jews from Europe.” By the end of the war, in April 1945, he was dismayed at the fate of his former mentor Mussolini, whose assassination and death he described as the “biggest crime since the crucifixion of Jesus.”

Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky and Anastasy Andreyevich Vonsiatsky. Usually associated with Italy and Germany, it is hard to imagine that Fascism could also have its second birthplace in Russia. After the Bolshevik takeover in Russia by the early 1920s, there were millions of anticommunist Russian refugees who fled the country and settled all over Europe, China and North America. The neighboring province of Manchuria in China became a breeding ground for the early Russian fascist militants who, with the help of the Japanese authorities, attempted to topple the recently established communist government of the Soviet Union. Dolbeau describes a young writer exiled from Bolshevik Russia, a staunch antisemitic pamphleteer, Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky, who founded the Russian Fascist Party and who collaborated with the war-time Japanese authorities in occupied Manchuria. However, his anticommunist projects went sour after the US had joined forces with the Soviet Union during the war. After the war he was captured and executed by the Soviet authorities.

His erstwhile Russian colleague Anastasy Andreyevich Vonsiatsky, who also fled Russia after the Bolshevik takeover, was more fortunate after the war, becoming a naturalized US citizen. Both worked briefly on the creation of a loose network of anticommunist organizations in Japan, Europe and the U.S. made up of Russian exiles, albeit with little success, weakened by internal disputes amidst Russian anticommunist expatriate circles. The U.S. and U.K. governments soon became close wartime allies of Stalin’s Soviet Union, and this had a negative impact on all fascist, anticommunist and conservative emigres the world over. As late as 1948, Edgar Hoover’s FBI kept under close surveillance thousands of German Americans and American anti-Communist sympathizers of East European origin. The Cold War against the Soviet Union reversed this policy, but for many American and European nationalists and cryptofascists of all sorts, redemption was still a long way off.

Dolbeau concludes: “These two chiefs, no doubt sincere and patriotic but also credulous, vain, delusional, and not always honest, were never up to the task. Nonetheless, despite its defaults and failures Russian fascism embodied in the 1930s a real desire for the renewal and a real effort to imagine Russia differently.”


After the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, and thanks to modern internet technology, the study of Fascism is increasingly becoming the subject of less condescending, hostile analyses. Political historiography after 1945 attempted to cement forever the founding myths of the liberal and communist order. It is now undergoing a revisionist process where the old verities are increasingly questioned.

At first glance Dolbeau’s book reads like a good archival source to the study of Fascism. With his encyclopedic knowledge of names and events surrounding the rise and fall of Fascism, Dolbeau did a good job of putting together a handy compendium for the study of anticommunism, and it is a great pity than none of his books have been translated into English. At the time of the publication of this book, he also published a well-annotated essay Des Américains au service de l’Axe, in the French periodical Tabou, where he deals in detail with the fate of numerous American and naturalized German-American and Italian-American professors, artists and journalists who harbored fascist sympathies, with many becoming later active participants in the Third Reich propaganda efforts. For example, he writes at length about, American profascist luminaries such as the above-mentioned Rita Zucca, as well as William Dudley Pelley, George Nelson Page, Jane Anderson, Douglas Chandler, Donald S. Day, Mildred Elizabeth Gillars, aka “Axis Sally,” Max Otto Koischwitz, including dozens of lesser-known Italian and German-American expatriates.

MoreoverDolbeau is the first French author to compose a comprehensive, encyclopedic work Face au bolchevisme: Petit dictionnaire des résistances nationales à l’Est de l’Europe (1917–1989) (Facing Bolshevism; A Small dictionary of national resistances in Eastern Europe; 1917–1988) in which he painstakingly traces every single anticommunist actor who took part in the world-wide anticommunist struggle during the course of the twentieth century, from Albania to Azerbaijan from Catalonia to Kazakhstan. Dolbeau’s earlier close ties with Croat post-WWII emigres in De Gaulle’s France, in Peron’s Argentina and in Franco’s Spain also prompted him to write several well-researched books on the rise and demise of the profascist state of Croatia. The state of Croatia remained the last ally of National-Socialist Germany, and after the communist takeover in 1945 it turned into the largest communist killing field in Europe, known later as Marshall Tito’s Federal Communist Yugoslavia.

In addition, Dolbeau’s book is also a good guideline for understanding our own present times. Contrary to widespread beliefs, we are not witnessing the end of history, nor the termination of the ideology of Communism. Quite to the contrary. The end of World War II in 1945 only came to a provisional close; it continues to rage on with communist ideas still holding ground, albeit under different signifiers and promoted by different actors. Worse than Weimar Germany, or for that matter worse than entire pre-war Europe, Europe and the USA today are sharply polarized along racial and gender lines, both waiting to implode with deadly consequences not yet seen in the history of the West. Dolbeau’s book will help us better understand the root causes of the coming catastrophes.  It is an important work on the recent intellectual and cultural history of the West, reminding us that there were many intelligent, morally upright people—now expunged from history—who advocated for a different outcome.

28 replies
  1. El Dragon
    El Dragon says:

    “I am not interested in the x, y…z victory; what is of interest to me is a just peace that can enable us to unite and counter a real threat to our civilization.”

    I wish we could convey that message to the Croat and the Serbs, and more importantly to the Russians and the Ukrainians.

    • Michael L
      Michael L says:

      Serbia’s aggressive actions against Croatia have never ceased since the 1991-1995 war and continue today in every conceivable form, except open warfare. Serbian officials continue to deny the legitimacy of the Croatian state and its rights to its historic lands. But the Croatian response to these hostile activities is completely non-existent to the point that one could speak of complicity of the Croatian political class. What more can Croats do to bring an end to Serbia’s imperialist ambitions over its neighbors, which have been going on ever since Serbia’s independence at the end of the 19th century after four centuries of Turkish rule?

      • El Dragon
        El Dragon says:

        If you’ve noticed I didn’t single out Croatia in my post. Besides that why shouldn’t Serbia continue with the hostility? They recognized Kosovo, and they are a member of NATO, an enemy organization with territorial pretensions against Serbia. If Croatia was really independent, detached from Brussels, two countries would still have quarrels but they would remain regional in other words they would remain “petty quarrels” in the words of Profesor Sunic himself. I object to Serbia’s insistence on the subject of Jasenovac – which is basically the main obstacle to normalizing a relationship. But they are still problems between the two independent Nations. So you missed the point about my message, Liberal-Imperialism i.e. Globalism poses far more danger to both Serbia and Croatia, than Ottoman Empire or even Communism ever did.

  2. Some White Guy
    Some White Guy says:

    I am reminded of the hollow emptiness of college philosophy classes which got as far as Nietzsche and then abruptly stopped with anything interesting and veered into hard left Marx based drivel. It was only later in life that I understood my dislike for these classes and professors, which was that they excised any and all thinkers related to Dolbeau’s book. Too bad I do not read French well enough and his writings have not yet been translated into English, as it sounds like an excellent read.

  3. Tim Folke
    Tim Folke says:

    It is interesting how certain words, especially in the West, have been bastardized to convey just the opposite of the original meaning. The word ‘gay’ comes to mind.

    Nowadays to be called a ‘fascist’ is tantamount to being called a Nazi, White Supremacist, and all the other liberal left’s loving labels.

    Yet a ‘fascist’ is simply someone who subscribes to or embraces Fascism. Fascism in turn simply means ‘strength in unity’ – an ideal embraced by many groups from all walks of life.

    The Fasces is the symbol of Fascism, and is symbolically represented by many small branches bound together to form strength in the whole. The Fasces has appeared on the reverse of the American dime for over 100 years now. How’s that for ten cents worth of racism?

    Oh, what the heck, it sure beats the six pointed star that has hovered over the eagle on the $1 bill since 1935.

    • SS
      SS says:

      I guess we can start the official date of the Zionist Occupation Government from that date in 1935, if not earlier.

    • Fran800
      Fran800 says:

      The symbol of the Fasces, including on the dimes, is formed by a bundle of sticks – bound together with an axe. It is an ancient Roman symbol representing both peaceful production as well as the power of the state, including in war.

  4. silviosilver
    silviosilver says:

    thanks to modern internet technology, the study of Fascism is increasingly becoming the subject of less condescending, hostile analyses.

    It’ll never be completely free of either condescension or hostility, however, because at bottom it’s a bunch of ultranationalist hogwash.

    Europe and the USA today are sharply polarized along racial and gender lines, both waiting to implode with deadly consequences not yet seen in the history of the West. Dolbeau’s book will help us better understand the root causes of the coming catastrophes.

    Understanding neither its causes nor its remedies relies on anything that fascists thought. One could very easily understand what is happening and one could very easily formulate remedies for it without ever consulting a single fascist tract.

    Far and away the main reason for trying to rehabilitate fascist thinkers is being a fascist oneself.

  5. Eric
    Eric says:

    Some interesting quotes:

    “It is a small, rootless, international clique that is turning the people against each other…people who are at home both nowhere and everywhere…who live in Berlin today, in Brussels tomorrow, in Paris the day after that, and then again in Prague or Vienna or London.” — Adolf Hitler

    “Germany’s unforgivable crime before World War II was its attempt to loosen its economy out of the world trade system and to build up an independent exchange system from which the world-finance couldn’t profit anymore.” — Winston Churchill, “The Second World War”

    “If the economic methods devised by Germany are successful and spread to other nations, and if Hitler succeeds in his policy of establishing permanent peace in Europe, the high financier will cease to be able to exist. It is therefore their main interest today to plunge the four powers into war in order to destroy Germany and Italy.” — Arthur Laurie, British chemist, “The Case for Germany”, 1939. p. 9

    “You let in the Jew and the Jew rotted your empire and you yourselves out-Jewed the Jew.” — Ezra Pound, commenting on the British empire, March 15, 1942

    “I believe now that Hitler and the German people did not want war. But we declared war on Germany, intent on destroying it, in accordance with our principle of balance of power, and we were encouraged by the Jews around Roosevelt. We ignored Hitler’s pleadings not to enter the war. Now we are forced to realize that Hitler was right.” — Sir Hartley Shawcross, senior Nuremberg prosecutor, March 16, 1984

    “When I passed near the chancellor, he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at him…Hitler did not snub me. It was FDR who snubbed me. He didn’t even send me a telegram.” — Black American athlete Jesse Owen, gold-medalist at the 1936 Berlin Olympics

    “Let us be under no illusion: the Jewish spirit, which was responsible for the alliance of large-scale capitalism with Marxism and was the driving force behind so many anti-Spanish revolutionary agreements, will not be gotten rid of in a day.” — “Fascist” Spanish dictator Francisco Franco

    “Communism is an instrument of international Jewish capitalism. It will be used to smash and afterwards rule the nations.” — Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera

    “The Jews have caused an epidemic of corruption and social unrest. They monopolize the press, which — with foreign help — flays all the spiritual treasures of the Romanians. To defend oneself is not anti-Semitism but a national and patriotic duty.” — Orthodox Patriarch Cristea

    “Through their international news agencies, they mold your mind, and have you look at the world, not as it is, but as they want you to see it. Through their cinema, they are the educators of our youth and, with just one film in two hours, can wipe out of a child’s brain what he has learned for six months in the home, the church or the school.” — Adrien Arcand

    “England is no longer controlled by Britons. We are under the invisible Jewish dictatorship, a dictatorship that can be felt in every sphere of life.” — Nesta Webster

    “The terms ‘fifth columnist,’ ‘traitor,’ ‘Nazi,’ and ‘anti-Semitic’ were thrown ceaselessly at anyone who suggested that it was not in the best interests of the United States to enter the war.” — Charles Lindbergh, Sept. 11, 1941

    “Israel is unsafe in an ‘America First’ world.” — Bret Stephens, Jewish New York Times columnist

    “A reaction against the Judaification of our culture is now building momentum among the common man. That movement is hardly perceptible today, but it is going to grow like an avalanche. That movement would be irresistible at this very moment if it weren’t lacking for a leader [‘Fuehrer’ in German].” — Georg Ratzinger (great uncle of Pope Benedict XVI), 1892

    “The only thing we know about Hitler is that he killed six million Jews who never existed in gas chambers which nobody ever saw.” — French Jew Roger Dommergue, interview with Ernst Zundel

    “Among the Jews all things are profane that we hold sacred. On the other hand, they regard as permissible that which to us seems immoral.” — Tacitus

    “Contrary to what Ted Cruz thinks, prepubescent twerking does not make a movie illegal.” — Jewish senior editor Jacob Z. Sullum, Reason Magazine, Sept. 14, 2020 (tweet from @reason)

    “I hope the Jews did kill Christ. I’d do it again in a second.” — Jewish “comedian” Sarah Silverman

    “Aren’t the Chicago 7 all Jews?” — President Richard Nixon

    “The troublemakers in Hungary are the Jews. They demoralize our country. And they are the leaders of the revolutionary gang that is torturing Hungary.” — Cardinal Mindszenty

    ” When it comes to Mexico, the promoters of communism were the Jews. Everywhere, communism brings the Jews on top, and this is not by chance.” — Adrien Arcand

    “The rest of the Jews are the fatherland of the Jew; and so he fights for them as he would pro ara et focis, and no community on earth sticks so firmly together as does this. It follows from this that it is absurd to want to concede to them a share in the government or administration of any country.” — Arthur Schopenhauer

    “Does the thought not occur to you that if you give to the Jews, who are citizens of a state more solid and powerful than any of yours, civil rights in your states, they will utterly crush the remainder of your citizens?” — Johann Fichte, 1793

    Fascism is a rejection of Jewish infiltration, communism, capitalism, liberalism, democracy, internationalism and cosmopolitanism. It favors traditionalism, nationalism and populism. Today it would reject multiculturalism and the mass immigration of alien races, as well as job offshoring intended to profit large industries.

    The national-socialist version of fascism is racialist. Its “nationalism” is based on race as well as on nation and culture. But all versions of fascism are based on “blood and soil” — the traditions, culture and identity of a given people. In contrast to capitalism and communism, which exploit the common man while claiming to better his lot, fascism forbids such exploitation and values even the poorest members of society. In that sense, it is “socialist”. Fascists are not all the same. Franco was a conservative Catholic. Mussolini started out as a conventional socialist. Hitler was a pan-German nationalist.

    There is no necessary conflict between fascism and individual rights and freedoms. Police states happen when nations are being attacked from without and within. Hitler, Franco and Mussolini faced such attacks. Police states also happen when one group or person in society seeks to lord it over everyone else. For example, the Jewish-controlled United States as it exists today. .

    Fascists find different ways to remove their nations from the system of Jewish international finance. But that’s a topic for a different discussion.

    • charles frey
      charles frey says:

      01 Every citation you gave is dead on, as is your own summation.

      02 Your obviously wide and deep study gives you a wonderful, enviable and rare Fingerspitzengefuehl.

      03 Churchill was right, in his usual hindsight, that ” Germany’s unforgivable crime BEFORE WW II ” , was Hitler’s mooning of Wall Street, by inaugurating an international BARTERING SYSTEM, wherein trade commodities were set off by their value, on a simple current account, rather than either nation being obliged to buy foreign exchange from the Jews, with commissions added on.

      [ Actually, the rapidly growing Second Reich world-wide commercial preponderance was already determined in 1911 at a Western conference to be necessarily wiped out. By any means. ]

      04 I’ll exit here, with the hope, that KM will personally hand-copy your complete comment on the now necessarily oversized Christmas card, he will surely send Cofnas.

      • Tim Folke
        Tim Folke says:

        My professional background being in finance (CPA, CMA) I appreciate these observations about Hitler’s economic policies. In a nutshell, he made a moral distinction between productive capital and speculative capital, embracing the former and rejecting the latter.

        There are a lot of things about National Socialism that I admire, such as care for the environment, affordable housing for young families, banning of pornography, keeping people safe from perverts, architectural beauty, kindness to animals (including humane hunting laws), youth programs, citizenship based on ethnicity and therefore Natural Law, preservation of the family farm, universal health care, and so on.

        But first and foremost I admire the economic model, which could be adopted by any country that keeps to the moral high ground. Obviously this upset some people who thought it worth starting a war over.

        Many say WWII started because Germany invaded Poland, causing France and England to declare war on Germany. But what many forget is that while Germany invaded Poland from the west, the USSR invaded Poland from the east, and nobody declared war against the USSR.

        • charles frey
          charles frey says:

          01 To your ” affordable housing for young families ” you may add, that mortgages institutionally lent to young families were forgiven after so and so many children: the cancellation being carried by the state.

          02 He started the very first governmental cancer research and discouraged smoking.

          03 He forbade kosher butchering, i.e. without first stunning the animal.

          04 He built first rate schools with adequate space, sports facilities and greenery when possible.

          05 We are all familiar with his VW and the Autobahnen to drive it on. The latter employing millions of unemployed.

          06 He was an admirer of the British, racially related Empire and even offered German troops to help secure it.

          07 Like the Kaiser in 1916, when the British had time and material to bomb Dublin, he made many peace offers, which were regularly kept from the public and are still under wraps, I think. [ Until 70 years after the death of all involved ? — the definition of feted democratic transparency ].

        • Carolyn Yeager
          Carolyn Yeager says:

          You are a good commenter here and I like you. With all respect therefore, I tell you that you’re a beginner with regard to understanding Nat. Soc. in relation to Germany and Adolf Hitler. Allow me to add to your understanding.

          Hitler’s economic policies cannot be separated from his ‘weltanschauaang’ as a whole and still carry Hitler’s intention, which was to unite the German people together as a race and nation strong enough to survive the onslaught that always came from other, usually European, nations. He was not just trying to make a showcase of Germany. Thus the overall importance of the Nuremberg Laws, and the dire warnings that race-mixing (he tended to call Germans a ‘race’) would destroy the good qualities of their nation, just as it had led to the fall of strong, dominant civilizations through history. He looked for a financial-economic policy that would allow Germany to carry on without being subject to the gold standard-banker’s interest system controlled by their WWI enemies who still had their foot on Germany’s neck.

          In other words, the economic model cannot/could not be separated from the social and racial model, as many people seem to think, or want to think. You say this economic model “could be adopted by any country that keeps to the moral high ground,” without defining in any way what this ‘moral high ground’ would be. Is this because you want to take pieces and parts from NS Germany, and try to sell it as non-Hitler?

          Please describe to me what this ‘moral high ground’ would entail, in your view. How extensive, or far-reaching, would it have to be?
          On Poland: the most ignored essential information debunking German guilt for the *invasion* of Poland is not that the Soviet Union also invaded 2 wks later, but the existence of heaps of solid evidence that Poland *instigated* that invasion — made it impossible for Germany to refrain from invading!
          This is a very important point, which, by evading, you’re assisting in the whitewash of Polish guilt … along with British, French and American. Do you have any understanding of that?


    • Pierre de Craon
      Pierre de Craon says:

      A very welcome comment overall, with the most pertinent part of all being the penultimate paragraph. A fact that democracy’s cultists and absolutists simply refuse to come to grips with is that a society that fails to place rational limits upon the false gospel of “individual rights and freedoms” is a society where rights, freedoms, and especially justice quickly become illusions for all save (((the richest and most powerful)))—in other words, a society such as that of today’s USA, wherein scoffing at the idea that the number of genders surpasses Heinz’s famous 57 varieties will certainly cost a man his job and perhaps his liberty.

      At least as a diagnostician, Thrasymachus was right all along.

      • TJ
        TJ says:

        We’re being ruined by too many rights? Rights are going down the drain by too much statism. You should be horsewhipped for writing that stuff. The last century was a monument to the first commie- Playd-oh. [Plato]

  6. Edward Harris
    Edward Harris says:

    The jew side of my family were, and as far as I know, still are, London bankers. My maternal grandfather was disowned for being a communist. His eldest daughter married the son of an owner of the Bank of England . The other sisters married well.
    I tutored the grandson of an Indian Prince. The Prince was very friendly and the last time I talked to him told me his youngest son was a friend of a well known financier whose son married the daughter of a well known banker who was a friend of a banker who was a friend of my family.
    The Prince visited Germany in the mid 1930’s and told me it was the happiest country he ever visited. It did not make him any friends but it was the truth.
    At 18 I was told by my mother that I had been jewd.
    The Rabbi had travelled across Germany by train in 1939 with no problems.
    When it was time for circumcision a jew sitting next got up and found
    that all the lavatories were occupied. He returned and crapped on the floor, pulled up his trousers, and threw the mess out of the window.
    My mother nearly thew up over the Rabbi and me. She grabbed me and ran outside with me under her arm. Outside she vomitted. She returned and apologised to the Rabbi. I was circumcised by the village doctor because someone knocked over a paraffin stove and the roller skating hall burned down.
    Some of my ancestors were rabbis and I was offered a warm welcome and a flat in Jerusalem. I told my mother to give the flat back to the Palestinians they stole it from. I also reminded her that Jesus was given a warm welcome in Jerusalem before they murdered him and if they did that to a good man like him I don’t know what they would do to me when they found out I loath Israel and the East Europeans who call themselves jews but are not jews.

    • Former Liberal
      Former Liberal says:

      Thanks. My dad’s side of the family is Jewish, but he never cared for that religion or the people. Just like me. I think military service changed both of us, his in World War Two, and mine in the late eighties and nineties. I was exposed to Christianity and Judaism as I grew up. I heard the “everyone hates us for no reason” and about the holocaust constantly. I no longer believe the official tales of the holocaust, nor that Germans were totally evil during that time. The total lack of insight I’ve seen in Jews as to why people would dislike them just amazes me sometime. Recent case in point: I live outside Nashvle, TN., USA, and a popular hat store is being targeted, because God forbid, the owner had an Instagram photo of himself wearing a yellow star saying ” Not Vaccinated”. Can’t mock the sacred holocaust of course.! My dad’s side of the family did lose people in World War Two, but then again, lots of other people died, too. I’m personally embarrassed by and disgusted with Jews always portraying themselves as the ultimate victims.

  7. bruno
    bruno says:

    Another excellent post by Tom. I always relish reading his thoughts. As a kid I started school where they utilized the French language. I was never proficient in it and after an MI and CVA a lot was lost. He brings me back to many memories. I hope he lives 100 years and retains cognitive ability.

  8. Edward Harris
    Edward Harris says:

    In my above post “his eldest daughter” should read “his eldest sister”.
    The family contacted me by means of a former ADC to a Governor General who told me that in the club people like him are called “useful peasants”.
    I never really liked him. Neither did the family. If it had not been for his advice I am sure the family would have given me an allowance.
    The useful peasant told me that Lenin was funded by the Bank of England. Was Stalin? I should have asked. He used to live in London. Why?
    What a farce! My maternal grandfather and great uncle were disowned for being a communists so that their eldest sister could marry the son of one of the owners of the Bank of England which funded Lenin (and perhaps Stalin).

  9. Diego
    Diego says:

    Sounds like an interesting book. The left-wing subversion of Academia is well-known.
    What should be well-known are the lesser-known ways that a host population can be covertly subverted, influenced, and perhaps damaged. There must be counter-measures once these mechanisms are known.

    For instance, check out “Montebank’s Monster and his Mom,” a chilling claim about what happened in Scarsvale. Any pro-white researcher should archive it.

    Also, see https://americanbuddhist.net/2019/08/19/military-thought-experiment-part-1/

    • TJ
      TJ says:

      Do jews control Montebank? I would not be shocked.

      a person who deceives others, especially in order to trick them out of their money; a charlatan.
      swindler · charlatan · confidence trickster · confidence man · fraud · fraudster · impostor · trickster · racketeer · hoaxer · sharper · quack · rogue · villain · scoundrel · [more]

    • Bob
      Bob says:

      A lobotomy using a syringe filled with ethanol can be performed in a very short time by a goon with minimal training. The fate faced by the author of Mountebank’s Monster has probably been done many thousands of times, if not more, to take out talented young men and boys before their adult lives even begin. I agree that there should be countermeasures but have no idea how to get them. Very few minds are able to consider such base tactics as widespread poisonings and psychosurgery as part of a multigenerational strategy to destroy a nation, an entire people.

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