Thursday, 19 June 2014

Francis Parker Yockey, "Proclamation of London..." (1949)

Yockey's pamphlet, a proclamation by the European Liberation Front, is an inflammatory anti-Semitic, anti-American screed that advocates for a Pan-European movement that will move away from materialism, capitalism, liberal democracy, communism, and feminism. He suggests instead that Europeans should 'return' to values of faith, authority, and power.

Having broken with the Union Movement, a political organization founded in 1948 by Sir Oswald Mosley, former head of the British Union of Fascists and recently freed British political internee, transplanted American Yockey founded the European Liberation Front.

Fuller comments will follow eventually.

The full text can be found in a multitude of online locations, such as

If this text interests you, see also my comments on Ben Klassen's Letters (Vol. 1 & Vol. 2), and William Pierce's Turner Diaries and Hunter.

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