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Here is a site that tracks, monitors and reports on The YAF Friends of Timmy Gratz and their progeny...

http://YAFWatch.blogspot.com

Read the article about the recent YAF sponsored Nick Griffin visit to Michigan State University. He is from the UK and a member of the British National Party, BNP, and is one of their primary Holocaust Deniers, joining the ranks of others from IHR like Reems, Duke, Rarick, Lane

and Prouty, too. Remember what the rightists have said about Prouty to me in a private conversation at a COPA conference:

"He is just like us on all the N**ger issues." I STILL STAND BY THIS CITED STATEMENT AND ALWAYS WILL. ALWAYS.

Also from L. Fletcher Prouty: "One of the first enemies we have in this country is usury".

Here are four citations from http://www.nizkor.org Search for Prouty or Carto....

(1) Col. L. Fletcher Prouty has maintained a strong relationship with the Liberty Lobby for years. During the lengthy legal battles surrounding the Mermelstein lawsuits against the Liberty Lobby and Willis A. Carto, Prouty and fellow PAC advisory board member Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz were "prepared to testify as character witnesses on behalf of Liberty Lobby founder Willis A. Carto." (Spotlight, 10-7-91, 12)

So was Otto F. Otepka... NOW are you beginning to see the light? The Spotlight of The Liberty Lobby? Hope so.

(2) Prouty has been a guest on the Liberty Lobby sponsored Radio Free America program dozens of times. (I understand that the Pacifica Radio folks also broadcasts a syndicated "Radio Free America" program, which should not be confused with this one.) Prouty was a featured speaker at the 35th Liberty Lobby Board of Policy convention were he said "If anybody really wants to know what's going on in the world today, he should be reading 'Spotlight'" and explained that "one of the first enemies we have in this country is usury". (Spotlight, 10-8-90, 14)

(3) John Rarick has been "a willing enough ally of the Liberty Lobby" for years. (Mintz, 155) Rarick was a prominent activist in the segregationist white Citizens Councils.

(4) Robert Weems was the founding chairman of the Populist Party. Weems was a "voting member of party's national executive committee" in 1988, when the party nominated David Duke. (Spotlight, 3-28-88, 4) Also the founding national chairman of the PAC, Weems was a Mississippi KKK leader. (Ridgeway, 131)

Here are what I consider to be links into the JFK Assassination from the Linda Wayne NEO RIGHT directory in Canada cited just below...

1) The Pioneer Fund

Harry Weyher

Wickliffe Draper

Jesse Helms

Thomas Ellis

J. Phillipe Rushton

Paul Fromm

2) Ronald A. Gostick was on a tour of Southern Canada in early 1964 with Eric D. Butler, Pat Walsh and Vonsiatsky

3) William F. Buckley, Jr. the YAF founder, mentioned in The Manchurian Candidate...

4) Bernard Ben Klassen and The White Man's Bible

possibly from Dick Russell's TMWKTM "WHITE" and "BIBLE" references

Klassen, Ben American Independent Party (US) chair when George Wallace was running for President in 1968

Church of the Creator (US) founder which had Dr. Revilo P. Oliver as a founding director. He appeared before the WC and was in ManCand

John Birch Society former member mentioned in The Manchurian Candidate

Nature's Eternal Religion author and The White Man's Bible author

5) Cline, Ray S. in the Manchurian Candidate

Georgetown Center for Strategic & Internat. Studies, CIA, CSIS

When you realize how many current or former YAFers and friends of Wickliffe Draper of The Pioneer Fund or Willis Carto of The Liberty Lobby and IHR are mentioned in this Nick Griffin YAF article you will be amazed, like Paul Fromm and J. Phillipe Rushton and John de Nugent. Then when you see that Willis Carto's Liberty Lobby, and the Institute for Historical Review and their Holocaust Denial diatribes are repeated here you will be justifiably concerned. Finally the mention of David Duke his Populist Action Committees brings to mind his IHR and/or KKK supporters and friends like L. Fletcher Prouty, Robert Weems with WCC and KKK roots, and John Rarick of the White Citizens Councils from Mississippi.

Finally look at the Canadian NEO Right Directory in a subsequent link and you will find most if not all of the attendees at The Richard Giesbrecht Winnipeg Airport Incident from February of 1964 plus more of The Pioneer Fund crowd like those from the Jesse Helms organization from the 1960s to the present like Ronald Gostick, Patrick J. Walsh and Eric D. Butler, all of whom ended up in the Canadian delegation to the World Anti Communist League. When you count in the YAFers or WACL members referenced in The Manchurian Candidate like Senator Strom Thurmond, Charles Willoughby, Robert Morris, Larrie Schmidt, William F. Buckley, Ray S. Cline and Edward Hunter you have a Reich Wing parlay of the first magnitude.

And the Stormfront presence at this MSU speech is reminiscent of George Lincoln Rockwell and his American Nazi Party the forebears of Stormfront, which I have posted on recently at this Forum. Finally check out the attached link from http://www.Nizkor.org which describes the association of L. Fletcher Prouty with Reems and Rarick from Mississippi where Wickliffe Draper of The Pioneer Fund and Frank Wisner from Laurel, Mississippi cut their eye teeth with The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission, Senator James O. Eastland from The Genetics Committee of Draper via SISS and The Pioneer Fund, The Ghosts of Mississippi involving Byron DeLa Beckwith, Eastland's nephew and the Assassination of Medgar Evers, Jr. and The Mississippi Sun of Mary Cain.

YAF Watch West Michigan blog Media Mouse has done an in depth report into the Stormfront entourage that came to YAF's Nick Griffin Speech. ...

yafwatch.blogspot.com/ - 75k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this YAF Watch: YAF against freedom for MuslimsYoung Americans for Freedom has consistently shown an intolerance for freedom of religion. In particular Islam has repeatedly been attacked by the group. ...

yafwatch.blogspot.com/2007/08/yaf-against-freedom-for-muslims.html - 74k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this

[ More results from yafwatch.blogspot.com ]Lancaster UAF: Student hate group bringing ultra right wing ...http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2007/10/22/racist-british-party-leader-on-american-college-speaking-tour/ More information is at http://yafwatch.blogspot.com ...

lancasteruaf.blogspot.com/2007/10/student-hate-group-bringing-ultra-right.html - 111k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this overview by joelrw (on business)</H2>Michigan YAF (Young Republicans) Receives More White Supremacist Support [politics] (yafwatch.blogspot.com). 1 point posted 2 days ago by joelrwcomment ...

business.reddit.com/user/joelrw/?t=month - 43k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this overview by joelrw (on politics)Michigan YAF (Young Republicans) Receives More White Supremacist Support (yafwatch.blogspot.com). 0 points posted 7 days ago by joelrwcomment ...

politics.reddit.com/user/joelrw/?count=25&after=t3_5z77d - 40k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this<H2 class=r>SBC Watch: Thursday, October 25th: Richmond a Town Divided</H2>http://yafwatch.blogspot.com Recently we reported on Young Americans for Freedom ... http://yafwatch.blogspot.com/2007/10/is-msu-yaf-anti-semitic.html ...

sbcwatch.blogspot.com/2007/10/thursday-october-25th-richmond-town.html - 99k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this<H2 class=r>The State News: Police Brief 10/30/07</H2>http://yafwatch.blogspot.com/2007/10/ commentary-chasing-yaf-members.html. It's 'Rashomon' on the Red Cedar! Who's telling the truth… ...

www.statenews.com/index.php/article/2007/10/police_brief_103007 - 27k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this<H2 class=r>yafwatch.blogspot.com — Technorati Search</H2>66 reactions to yafwatch.blogspot.com .... searching for: yafwatch.blogspot.com; sort by. freshness, authority. Search time: 0.404 seconds ...

search.technorati.com/yafwatch.blogspot.com - 21k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this<H2 class=r>Controversial British politician to speak at MSU</H2>His talk is being criticized by many, including those in the Jewish community, according to the blog, YAF Watch, http://yafwatch.blogspot.com/. ...

www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071026/NEWS06/71026032 - 61k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this

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Michigan "Stormfront" Members Attended Nick Griffin Speech at MSU

November 3 2007

In advance of a speech at Michigan State University (MSU) by British National Party (BNP) member Nick Griffin, there was some discussion about how Griffin's speech was being promoted on various websites associated with the racist right, including those of American Renaissance and the Council of Conservative Citizens. In addition, the event was promoted on Stormfront, a prominent racist message board used by the racist right and its sympathizers.

The discussion of Stormfront was largely used to bring further pressure on MSU's chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), with an example being postings on a blog tracking Young Americans for Freedom called YAF Watch. Following the speech, there was a little discussion on both YAF Watch and Media Mouse about Griffin's associate Preston Wiginton who is a contributor to Stormfront.

However, Media Mouse has learned that in addition to Wiginton, at least three Stormfront members from Michigan were in attendance at Griffin's speech. Three individuals came from the east side of the state and boasted of eating dinner with Griffin and other Stormfront members in the following post by an individual using the name "Tactical Mastery" (his profile image contains a swastika):

Looking through video footage from the event and postings by "Tactical Mastery", it is clear that the user was present:

The user known as "Tactical Mastery" has postings similar to what can typically be found on Stormfront, including complaints about African-Americans in the media:

Racist statements towards African-Americans living in his metro Detroit region:

Weighing in on important controversies like dating people that are not white:

and even expressing concerns over his own "whiteness:"

"Tactical Mastery" said that he attended with other Stormfront members, including those going by the names "David Starr Jordan" and "Ypsilanti NA". Looking through posts, we were able to find conformation that "David Starr Jordan" was there, as shown in the following screen grab from the event and post from Stormfront:

Earlier discussion of Stormfront members attending the Griffin lecture has previously been used primarily to discount MSU's Young Americans for Freedom chapter, rather than as a vehicle for discussing how YAF and Nick Griffin fit into a larger rightwing context. The presence of these individuals should not be used simply to discount YAF, but rather to show that Nick Griffin is firmly rooted in the racist right and that his speech would be of interest primarily to racists.

On Stormfront, a common topic of discussion is how many posters are not willing to be "active" in the racist movement, instead spending most of their time on the Internet rather than doing organizing or educational work. The Stormfront members who were present at the Griffin event are active participants in the racist right. In the picture above, "David Starr Jordan" and "Tactical Mastery" were shown preparing leaflets for distribution on Eastern Michigan University's campus. The leaflets came from a group called "The Nationalist Coalition" a so-called "white activist organization" that calls for a "White living space... completely free of non-Whites" as one of its "goals." The leaflets were distributed as part of an event organized by Stormfront members called "Night of the Flyer" in which members were encouraged to distribute "pro-White" material in their communities. In addition to Ypsilanti, flyers were also distributed in Muskegon by another Stormfront member.

Aside from the leafleting at Eastern Michigan University, it is worth noting that "David Starr Jordan"--who's name appears to be "Evan Thomas" based on several posts and articles attributed to him on Stormfront--is an active member of the organized racist movement at the national level. This year, Thomas spoke at a gathering of white supremacists in New York, where he was described as one of the "up-and-coming leaders of a new wave of white supremacy" by the Village Voice.

Indeed, Thomas has a long history of involved in the racist movement and has organized several events in Michigan. He was involved with the European American Association, a group that has brought Canadian racist Paul Fromm and John de Nugent (who has been affiliated with the Holocaust denial organization known as The Institute for Historical Review) to Michigan. Moreover, Thomas has been involved in a number of racist groups including the European American Unity and Rights Organization, the National Alliance, the League of the South, the National Vanguard news website, and his own Soldiers of the Confederacy discussion board:

In addition, through his organizing in Michigan and involvement in organized racism, Thomas has connections with prominent racists, including David Duke and his self-proclaimed "friend and mentor" John de Nugent:

On Stormfront, Thomas has written fairly extensively and while a considerably more detailed post would be needed to fully explore his ideology, the following posts show that he is a "white nationalist" and a possible Holocaust denier:

Finally, another member identified as attending the event with Thomas and "Tactical Mastery" was "Ypsilanti NA". That poster also has been involved with organized racism and has been active with the National Alliance and attended a recent meeting organized by the Council of Conservative Citizens that featured prominent racists Jared Taylor and J. Philippe Rushton:

By inviting Griffin to campus, these are exactly the type of people that Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) could have expected to attract. Griffin--more than any of YAF's other speakers--has direct ties to the organized racist movement. It seems impossible that YAF could have been unaware of Griffin's racism (even if they did perceive them to be "allegations" rather than specific examples) and now it is clear that their event brought not only a racist to speak, but members of the organized racist movement to Michigan State University's campus.

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THE CANADIAN (NEO) RIGHT DIRECTORY, THE JFK ASSASSINATION AND

NICK GRIFFIN'S YAF SPONSORED SPEECH AT MSU last week...

Here are what I consider to be links into the JFK Assassination from this list just below...

1) The Pioneer Fund

Harry Weyher

Wickliffe Draper founder of The Pioneer Fund and sponsor of The Bell Curve research

Jesse Helms

Thomas Ellis

J. Phillipe Rushton

Roger Pearson from Western Destiny and WACL leader

Paul Fromm from Western Ontario

Frederick Osborn from A Certain Arrogance by George Michael Evica and the 2nd President of The Pioneer Fund

Harry Laughlin founder and 1st President of The Pioneer Fund

William Shockley from California

J. Phillipe Rushton from Western Ontario

Arthur Jensen from California

2) Ronald A. Gostick on a tour of Southern Canada in early 1964 with Eric D. Butler from Australia, Patrick J. Walsh and Vonsiatsky

3) William F. Buckley, Jr. the YAF founder, mentioned in The Manchurian Candidate...

4) Bernard Ben Klassen and The White Man's Bible

possibly from Dick Russell's TMWKTM "WHITE" and "BIBLE" references on the Willoughby pages

Klassen, Ben American Independent Party (US) chair when George Wallace was running...

Church of the Creator (US) founder friend of Dr. Revilo P. Oliver who appeared before the Warren Commission

John Birch Society former member mentioned in The Manchurian Candidate

Nature's Eternal Religion author and The White Man's Bible author

5) Cline, Ray S. in the Manchurian Candidate

Georgetown Center for Strategic & Internat. Studies, CIA, CSIS, MKULTRA and later WACL

6) H. Smith Richardson Foundation funding for MKULTRA and Dr. Hans J. Eysenck via Pioneer Fund

The following is a directory of far-right groups and their academic link-ups in and around

the University of Western Ontario.

INDIVIDUALS:

Andrews, Donald * secondary school teacher

Edmund Burke Society co-founder

Nationalist Party leader

Western Guard co-founder

W.Droege (supports)

see P.Fromm

Ankney, Davison * U.of Western Ontario

Intelligence journal board member

SAFS board member

see A.Jensen (thanks in work)

see P.Rushton (thanks in work)

Baker, Steve pseudonym

see Steve Dumas

Balch, Stephen H. * CUNY

Campus Coalition for Democracy head

Barrett, Harry F.

CAFEpresident '83

Cornerstone Alliance advisory committee

see P.Fromm

see M.Ross

Bauer, Mark Aryan Resistance Movement leader

Canada Awake! producer

Beattie, W. John British People's League

Canadian Nazi Party founder '65-78

see M.Weiche

Bewley, Judge Les C-FAR contributor

see P.Fromm

Bloom, Alan * U.of Chicago

Olin Foundation funding

Brimelow, Peter C-FAR contributor

Forbes assoc. editor

The Financial Post columnist

see P.Fromm

Brown, Grant * U.of Lethbridge

Fraser Institute contributer

Buckley, William F. Combat bulletin

National Review publication '68-72

Young Americans for Freedom founder '60

Burdi, George

Church of the Creator head CDN chpt.

Heritage Front member

RaHoWa lead singer

Rev.Eric Hawthorne (pseudonym)

P.Fromm (supports)

B.Klassen (supports)

J.R.Taylor (supports)

E.Zundel (supports)

Butz, Arthur * Northwestern U. prof. engineering

Hoax of the Twentieth Century author

Institute for Historical Review member

Journal of Historical Review editor

Cameron, Elinor alias

see Ann Hartmann

Chisholm, Robert Mackenzie Institute contributor

Christie, Doug Canadian Free Speech League

C-FAR contributor

Up Front contributor

Western Canada Concept founder

D.Irving (legal counsel for)

J.Keegstra (legal counsel for)

E.Zundel (legal counsel for)

see Heritage Front

Cline, Ray Georgetown Center for Strategic & Internat. Studies

CIA

CSIS

Csorba, Les Acuracy in Academia executive dir.

see R.Irvine

see J.LeBoutillier

Dashko, Fernando Opus Dei spokesperson

Dooley, D.J. * U.of Toronto

Opus Dei (supports)

Draper, Wycliffe Pioneer Fund founded '37

US House Un-American Activities Com. '50s see H.Weyher

Droege, Wolfgang Heritage Front founder '89

Knights of the Ku Klux Klan member

Northern Foundation (supports)

Reform Party expelled member

Western Guard former member

P.Manning (bodyguard - 2 occations)

see D.Andrews

see A.Hartmann

see J.McQuirter

D'Souza, Dinesh American Enterprize Institute member

Madison Center for Educational Affairs funding

Olin Foundation fellow

R.Reagan (sr. domestic policy analyst for '87-88)

SAFS (keynote speaker 1993)

see Collegiate Network

see W.Simon

see Note after Organizations Directory

Duke, David Knights of the Ku Klux Klan founder '75-80

Nat.Assoc. for Advancment of White People founder

Up Front columnist

J.McQuirter (supports)

see Heritage Front

Dumas, Steve Steve Baker (pseudonym)

Heritage Front member

Northern Foundation research officer

Up Front columnist

see A.Hartmann

see Heritage Front

Ellis, Thomas Fairness in Media founder

J.Helms (former strategist for)

Pioneer Fund former dir.

Fletcher, Joseph * U.of Toronto prof. poly sci

Heritage Front (invited into classroom)

Fromm, Paul * secondary school teacher

Alternative Forum secretary

Cafe Quarterly publication

Campus Alternative publication '73

Canadian Assoc. for Free Expression (CAFE) founder

Catholics Against Terrorism

Christians Against Terrorism

Church of the Creator (?)

Church Watch tabloid

Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform (C-FAR) co-founder

Committee to Stop Bill 7

Cornerstone Alliance advisory committee

Countdown publication '72

Down the Drain? co-author

Edmund BurkeSociety co-founder '68

Heritage Front (supports) '90

Metro Separate School Board trustee '76-78

Ont. Secondary School Teachers Fed. Dist.10 chair

PC-Metro (forced to resign)

St.Mikes Coll. Student Admin. Coun.(impeached)

Social Credit member

K.Hilborn's The Cult of the Victim (wrote preface)

Western Guard co-founder

W.Shockley (supports)

World Anti-Communist League

see D.Andrews

see G.Burdi

see J.Hull

Furedy, John J. * U.of Toronto - psych

Fraser Institute contributor

Gendron, Gilbert C-FAR contributor

see P.Fromm

Gostick, Ron

Canadian League of Rights leader

Canadian Intelligence Publications

A.Butz (supports)

Griffin, Des Emissary Publications owner

The Throne of the Anti-Christ co-author O'Driscoll

see O'Driscoll

Gruhn, Ruth * U.of Alberta

Fraser Institute contributor

Gross, Barry NAS treasurer

SAFS - attended conference '93

Hartmann, Ann Elinor Cameron (alias)

P.Hartmann (spouse)

Rita Ann Kelly (maiden name)

Northern Foundation president

Real Women of Canada (director)

Reform Party expelled member

see G.Burdi

see W.Droege

see S.Dumas

Hartmann, Eric Heritage Front member

Northern Foundation (supports)

Up Front contributor

A.Hartmann (mother)

Hartmann, Paul Cornerstone Alliance member

Western Guard treasurer

see D.Andrews

see H.Barrett

see P.Fromm

see A.Hartmann

Hawthorne, Rev.Eric (pseudonym)

see G.Burdi

Hilborn, Kenneth * U. of Western Ontario

Canadian Journal of History contributor

C-FAR contributor

Freedom Council of Canada member

Human Events contributor

London Free Press contributor

Mackenzie Institute member

Queen's Quarterly contributor

SAFS member

Washington Inquirer contributor

World Anti-Communist League member

see

Fromm

Hodgkinson, Christopher * U.of Victoria

Fraser Institute contributer

Hull, James P. Alternative Forum meetings dir.

Campus Alternative publication president

C-FAR co-founder and director

CAFE exec. committee

Down the Drain? co-author

see P.Fromm

see G.Robinson

Irvine, Reed Accuracy in Media founder

Accuracy in Academia founder '85

World Anti-Communist League former member

see Les Csorba

see J.LeBoutillier

Irving, David UK revisionist

see D.Christie

see Heritage Front

see T.Long

Jarvis, Robert C-FAR contributor

see P.Fromm

Jensen, Arthur * U. of California-psych.

Mankind Magazine contributor

Pioneer Fund funding

see D.Ankney

see R.Pearson

see P.Rushton

Keegstra, Jim denies affiliations

see D.Christie

Kimura, Doreen * U. of Western Ontario

Fraser Institute (financial assist. '93)

Royal Society of Canada member

Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship founder

see D.Ankney

see SAFS

Klassen, Ben American Independent Party (US) chair

Church of the Creator (US) founder

John Birch Society former member

Nature's Eternal Religion author

The White Man's Bible author

see D.Burdi [sic]

see G.Wallace

Klatt Heinz-Joachim * U.of Western Ontario

Kristol, Irving Institute for Educational Affairs co-founder

Olin Foundation funding

see W.Simon

Lane, David Silent Brotherhood (US) member

The Order (US) (supports)

Laughlin, Harry * Heidelberg U. Hon.Phd in eugenics

Pioneer Fund incorp. '37

see Osborn

LeBoutillier, John Accuracy in Academia president

US Congress former member

World Anti-Communist League leader '85

Lefever, Ernest W. Ethics & Public Policy Center founder '76

Long, Terry

Aryan Nation leader

Christian Defence League president

Western Canada Concept member

D.Irving (supports)

see D.Christie

Macdonald Ian D. CDN Knights of the KKK policy adviser

Society for Free Expression member

see J.McQuirter

Mason, Gen.Suarez World Anti-Communist League chair '80

(Argentine army leader during Dirty War)

McQuirter, James CDN Knights of the Ku Klux Klan founder

Western Guard member

W.Droege (supports)

J.R.Taylor (supports)

see D.Andrews

see D.Duke

Metzger, Tom White Aryan Resistance (US) leader

John Birch Society member

California Knights (US) founder

Mukerji, Suman Foundation for Culture and Ed. controller

Opus Dei (supports)

Newcombe, Pat C-FAR contributor

see P.Fromm

O'Driscoll, Robert * U.of Toronto prof. english

The Throne of the Anti-Christ co-writer D.Griffin

The New World Order in N.A. co-writer J.R.Taylor

"Another Voice of Freedom" (interviewed)

see J.R.Taylor

see E.Zundel

Osborn, Frederick Pioneer Fund incorp. '37

see Laughlin

Pearson, Roger Mankind Magazine editor

Pioneer Fund funding

World Anti-Communist League member

Ratcliffe, Marjorie * U.of Western Ontario

SAFS

Riche, W.Harding le C-FAR contributor

see P.Fromm

Robinson, Greg Alternative Forum president

Young Americans for Freedom CDN

see W.F.Buckley

Ross, Malcolm CAFE (is supported by)

The Real Holocaust author

Spectre of Power author

Web of Deceit author

R.Gostick (is supported by)

see P.Fromm

Rushton, Phillipe * U. of Western Ontario

C-FAR contributor

Mankind Magazine contributor

Pioneer Fund funding '82-83

SAFS member

A.Jensen (cites in work)

see D.Ankney

see P.Fromm

see R.Pearson

Sasakawa, Ryoichi self proclaimed fascist

York U. accepted $1m donation '90

Scott, Ralph * U.of Northern Iowa, prof. ed.psych

Pioneer Fund funding '70s

Shockley, William * Stanford U.

Pioneer Fund funding

Simon, William Institute for Educational Affairs co-founder

Olin Foundation president

Treasury Secretary US former

see I.Kristol

Smith, Leigh Reform Party member

Edmund Burke Society former member

see D.Andrews

see P.Fromm

Swan, Donald * U. of Southern Mississippi assist. prof.

Mankind Magazine contributor

Pioneer Fund funding

World Anti-Communist League member

see R.Pearson

Taylor, John Ross Aryan Nation former leader

British People's League

Canadian Nazi Party (supports)

Western Guard former leader

His Excellency J.J.Wills pseudonym

R.O'Driscoll (wrote 2 chpts for)

see D.Andrews

see P.Fromm

see T.Long

Walker, Michael Faser Institute executive dir. '93

Wallace, George American Independent Party member

see B.Klassen

Weber, Mark * Indiana U. former teacher (denied by U.)

Journal for Historical Review editor

National Youth Alliance former member

Weiche, Martin Canadian Nazi Party leader '67

Church of the Creator (?)

Western Guard member

see D.Andrews

see G.Burdi

see P.Fromm

Weyher, Harry W.Draper (legal counsel to in '50s-60s)

Fairness in Media (legal counsel to)

Pioneer Fund pres. '94

see T.Ellis

Wilkinson, Paul Mackenzie Institute

Yaqzan, Matin * U. of New Brunswick assist. prof. math

M.Ross (supports)

C.Paglia (is supported by)

J.Van der Linde (is supported by)

Zundel, Ernst "Another Voice of Freedom" radio/tv program

CAFE (is supported by) "Did 6 Million Really Die?" author

Up Front contributor

J.Keestra (supports)

see H.Barrett

see

D.Christie

see P.Fromm

see Heritage Front

ORGANIZATIONS DIRECTORY:

Canadian Intelligence Pubs

- Canadian Intelligence Service pub

- On Target publication

Campus Coalition for Democracy

- IEA funds

Church of the Creator (COTC)

- Racial Loyalty publication

Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform (C-FAR)

- World Anti-Communist League affiliate

Collegiate Network

- IEA founded and funds

- Olin Foundation funding

- runs network of 64 college & university newspapers inc. Dartmouth

Review (the first), Berkeley Review

Edmund Burke Society

- Western Guard (renamed)

- Straight Talk publication chapters at:

- U.of Toronto (central)

- York U.

- Concordia U.

- Carleton U.

- McGill U.

Ethics & Public Policy Center

- IEA funds

Front National (France)

- Renouveau Etudiant

- Collectif Nationaliste Etudiant

- Group Union-defense

Heritage Front

- Northern Foundation conf.'89 (est. at)

- RaHoWa (played at founding rally)

- Up Front publication

- D.Irving (supports)

Heritage Foundation

- Scaife Foundation funds

see Note

Inst. for Educational Affairs (IEA)

- funded pub.s at U.of Toronto, McGill,Queens

- Olin Foundation start-up funds

- Scaife Family Trusts start-up funds

- JM Foundations start-up funds

- Smith-Richardson Found. start-up funds

- doners inc.: Betchel, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemical, Ford Motor Co., General

Electric, K-Mart, Mobil, Nestle

see MCEA

see Heritage Foundation

Inst. for Historical Review

- Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust

Inst.for the Study of Conflict (CSIS)

- CIA (founded by)

National Assoc. of Scholars (NAS)

- Olin Foundation funds

- Smith-Richardson funds

- founded '87

- caususes in American Sociological Assoc., American Historical

Assoc., MLA

Madison Center for Edu. Affairs (MCEA)

- formerly IEA to '90

Rand Corporation

- US Airforce (private think-tank)

Resistance Records

- Aggravated Assault (signed)

- Aryan (signed)

- Nordic Thunder (signed)

- RaHoWa (signed)

- Voice (signed)

Society for Academic Freedom & Scholarship (SAFS)

- NAS (start-up funds)

World Anti-Communist League (WACL)

- founded in South Korea '66

- CIA start-up funds

see WLFD

World League for Democracy

- formerly WACL

*Note: The four largest think tanks in the US are:

Heritage Foundation

CSIS

American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

Hoover Institution

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The rest of my posts to this and the Watergate forum will be deleted incrementally over time and are being posted elsewhere.

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The rest of my posts to this and the Watergate forum will be deleted incrementally over time and are being posted elsewhere.

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John B and Ashton G degrade this forum with their cartoon silliness.

And Hihn B has just duplicated a post that is now on page 2, presumably to eliminate my comments.

What kind of a farce is this?

But if you want to see people who more than TALK about anti-Semitism (which of course is cheap) see my thread:

"You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?"

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And Hihn B has just duplicated a post that is now on page 2, presumably to eliminate my comments.

And just WHO is Hihn B pray tell? I can tell when you are fulminating when you can't even type straight.

As steam spews from your ears... Eh Whats Up Doc?

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Willis Carto, L. Fletcher Prouty and the IHR

Political Organizations & Activities

National Youth Alliance

In his book "Brotherhood of Murder," Martinez mentions the National Youth Alliance, which had its beginnings as "Youth for Wallace," and was formed during the Wallace Presidential campaign of 1968. He notes that Dr. William Pierce, whom he describes as a "Nazi," along with several founders of George Lincoln Rockwell's National Socialist White People's Party, joined the organization in the late Sixties.

The information he provides which relates to Carto's involvement in this group is sketchy, to say the least:

The behind-the-scenes power in the NYA was Willis Carto, head of the far right-wing, Washington, D.C.-based Liberty Lobby, publisher of an anti-Zionist magazine called 'Spotlight' and also publisher of a book that teaches terrorist urban warfare tactics.

Martinez continues with "After wresting control of the group from Carto..." and no further references are to be found. (Martinez, 33)

The neo-Nazi group The National Alliance grew out of "The National Youth Alliance," and is now controlled by Dr. William Pierce.

I would appreciate receiving any additional, documented, information regarding Carto's involvement with this group, and invite your contributions. ("Brotherhood of Murder" tells of Martinez' involvement with The Order, the neo-nazi organization responsible for the murder of Denver talk-show host Alen Berg and others.)

The Populist Action Committee (Richard Hatch, May, 1993)

In 1991, the Populist Action Committee (PAC) was "formally launched by the Liberty Lobby, the Washington-based populist institution that publishes The Spotlight." (Spotlight, 6-3-91, 1) The PAC is intimately tied to the Spotlight, which is "a prime mover behind the PAC." (Spotlight, 9-9-91, A-3) Unlike conventional political action committees, the PAC will not give money directly to candidates for office, but rather will "promote and publicize populist candidates, urging patriots to make direct contributions to these candidates." (Ibid)

The Kick-Off

The featured speaker at the kick-off meeting was "English populist" John Tyndall of the British National Party. (Spotlight, 6-3-91, 1) Tyndall is a British "former" National Socialist who has been quoted as saying "The Jew is like a maggot feeding on a body in an advanced state of decay." (Knight, 47) The selection of Tyndall as featured speaker for the founding meeting is an indication of the political direction of the Populist Action Committee. Tyndall was a founder of the British National Party in 1960. (Hill, page??) The original BNP was "pro-nazi and anti-semitic" and later merged with other far-right groups to form the National Front in 1967. The NF promoted the exclusion of non-whites from England. (Fielding, 67-68)

Tyndall resurrected the old BNP name when he founded a new party after the collapse of the National Front. As noted in a "Spotlight" interview, the BNP publishes _British Nationalist_ and _Spearhead_. (Spotlight, 6-24-91, 16-17) The name "Spearhead" is a throwback to the paramilitary organization in which Tyndall was active during the original BNP days. Tyndall, who sported Nazi-style stormtrooper attire in those days, was "gaoled" for his involvement in this paramilitary group. (Hill, 61)

Promoting "Populist Candidates"

According to Liberty Lobby founder Willis Carto, the PAC "will be promoting populist candidates." (Spotlight, 6-10-91, 11) The PAC does this in part by publicizing the activities of such candidates in the "Spotlight".

In one such case, the "Spotlight" directed readers to Joe Fields who in 1992 was running for a California State legislature seat under the banner of the American Independent Party. Fields is a notorious far-right activist from Southern California who in 1987 "identified himself to reporters as a member of the National Socialist American Workers Party." (Los Angeles Times March 11, 1988, 30, section 1)

Art Jones was singled out for publicity in a special PAC "wrap" addition to the Spotlight. (Spotlight, 3-9-92, A-2) The PAC identified Jones as one of "seven viable candidates for public office who are dedicated to the principles of populism...With your help, there is a chance to elect candidates unbeholden to special interests now plunging our country into ruin." Apparently, this was as far as the PAC could go, since the special PAC "wrap" noted that the "Populist Action Committee is a research and education entity not registered with the Federal Election Committee and does not endorse any candidate." (Spotlight, 3-9-92, A2) An earlier PAC report in the "Spotlight" described Art Jones as a candidate who "puts America first." "Spotlight" went on to note that "Jones has been connected to far-right nationalist groups in the Chicago area by the local media." (Spotlight, 2-24-92, 7)

In fact, local media reports had identified Jones as a leader in the American Nazi Party. (Chicago Tribune 1-20-89, 3) Jones was active in overt Nazi agitation as far back as 1979, when he was photographed at a Chicago rally wearing the swastika armband. He later became briefly involved with Civilian Military Assistance (CMA). CMA was part of the "private" support network for Reagan's contra war in Nicaragua. (Bellant, 120-122) In 1989, Jones was vice chairman of the American Nazi Party. He achieved some notoriety when he was photographed shaking hands with David Duke during Duke's run for governor of Louisiana. Even Duke, attempting to shake off his own past, called Jones a "Nazi kook." (Rose, 64)

Populist Personnel

The make-up of the advisory board of the PAC gives an idea of why such "populist candidates" would be promoted by the PAC. The members (and their descriptions) as of March 9, 1992 included:

Abe Lincoln Austin (Monetary Scientist) Mike Blair (Investigative Reporter)

Ken Bohnsack (Founder, Sovereignty)

Robert Brock (Black Nationalist)

Howard Carson (Publishing Consultant)

Capt. G. Russel Evans (Historian)

Lt. Col. James (Bo) Gritz (US Army, ret.)

Dr. Martin A. Larson (Author)

Roger Lourie (President, Devin-Adair publishing)

Donald A. MacPherson (Constitutional Attorney)

Pauline Mackey (Treasurer, ret. David Duke for President)

Tom McIntyre (Former Chairman, Populist Party)

Eustace Mullins (Author)

John Nugent (Financial Consultant)

Lawrence Patterson (Editor & Publisher, Criminal Politics)

Col. L. Fletcher Prouty (US Air Force, ret.)

John Rakus (President, National Justice Foundation)

John Rarick (Former Congressman, D-Louisiana)

Vince Ryan (Editor, The Spotlight)

Sherman Skolnick (Chairman, Committee to Clean Up the Courts)

Maj. James H. Townsend, Ret. (Editor & Publisher, The National Educator)

James P. Tucker (President, National Media Services)

Tom Valentine (Host, Radio Free America)

Raymond E. Walk (President, Rayan Associates, Inc.)

Robert Weems (Founding Chairman, Populist Party)

Some biographies may be useful in illustrating the caliber of advisors to the PAC...

Mike Blair ("Investigative reporter") is a long-time reporter for Spotlight.

Robert Brock is a "black nationalist" who promotes the repatriation of Black Americans and supports the so-called Pace Amendment to that end. This amendment would cause untold upheaval as it calls for the compulsory repatriation of most minorities in a period of one year. The Pace Amendment would establish mechanisms by which one's race would be judged by "a combination of blood type, ancestry, and appearance." (Aho, 261-263)

Brock's unusual sense of humor was revealed in a surprise appearance at Pete Peters Identity Christian camp in 1988. Brock entered the meeting hall dressed in a KKK robe and revealed himself, at the podium, no doubt to hearty guffaws. (Scriptures, Vol. V <1988>, 20) Brock also organized a 1992 Holocaust revisionist "First

Amendment" conference in Southern California (Los Angeles Times 2-2-92, 1, part B) Institute for Historical Review regular Mark Weber spoke, as did Joe Fields, now with the Populist Party, and his Afrikaner-born wife Dee Fields. Joe proclaimed his belief in "the purity of the races... and the desirability of segregation."

"Bo" Gritz was "featured at two Liberty Lobby conventions in 1987 and 1990." (Spotlight, 10-26-92, 5) Gritz is a regular on the Christian Identity/Patriot/Liberty Lobby circuit. Rudy Proctor, who Gritz met while attending one of Pastor Pete Peters' Christian Identity camps, paid for tapes and press releases to be sent to radio stations as part of Gritz Khun Sa publicity campaign. (Gritz, 485-486)

Gritz has also worked with another prominent Christian Identity activist, Richard Flowers, of Boring, Oregon. Flowers heads up the Christian Patriot Association (CPA), which publishes "The Patriot Review" and sponsored a Gritz campaign trip to Oregon. Flowers believes that "Blacks in general have a lower IQ than whites, and most just want to come in and take over without establishing anything themselves." (The Clackamas County Review, week ending June 3, 1992, 1-2)

The CPA distributes an array of literature and audio/video tapes through their 76-page book Catalog. (CPA Book Publisher Book Catalog 1992-1993) There are whole sections devoted to "Christianity - Race - Religion" and "The Jewish Issue." Audio tapes by old stand-bys of the Posse Comitatus movement, such as James Wickstrom, are available. (See Ridgeway, James. Blood in the Face. Thunder's Mouth Press, 1990, 133 for an example of a Wickstrom tape message)

Holocaust revisionists are well represented with tapes by David Irving and books by Arthur Butz and Austin App. Gritz has had a direct working relationship with the CPA through the National Coalition to Reform Money and Taxes (NCRMT.) Gritz's Center for Action and the CPA, as well as a number of other "patriot" organizations are allied in this project to repeal income tax, return to the use of gold and silver, etc... The January 1992 edition of "The Petitioner" newsletter, which reports on the activities of the coalition, approvingly interviewed Gritz and his campaign manager Charlie Brown and reported on Gritz's participation in the coalition. Gritz also participated in at least one Patterson Strategy conference in October 1991 (See entry for Patterson, below) (Criminal Politics, July 1991, 29)

Martin Larson's column appears practically every week in the "Spotlight." Larson writes primarily on economic matters, but manages to throw in enough other tidbits to make things interesting. For example, he feels that "the powers that be are doing everything they can to encourage breeding among welfare recipients." (Spotlight, 3-9-92, 18)

Roger Lourie's Devin-Adair company is a long-time source of right-wing publications. In addition, "Devin-Adair and Regnery published the greater part of those World War II revisionist studies which faulted the Roosevelt administration for intervening against the Axis powers." (Mintz, 48)

Tom McIntyre was chairman of the Populist Party when they nominated "former" Klansman David Duke as their Presidential candidate in 1988. (Gritz was nominated to run as Vice Presidential candidate--see above for Gritz.) (Spotlight, 3-28-88, 4)

Eustace Mullins is the author of the virulently anti-Jewish book "The Biological Jew" (Faith and Service Books, Stauton, VA, 1968). Mullins, in this lengthy comparison of Jews with biological parasites, wrote:

The Jew has always functioned best as a panderer, a pornographer, a master of prostitution, an enemy of the prevailing sexual standards and prohibitions of the gentile community....

We must remember that there is no Jewish crime per se, since the existence of the Jewish parasite on the host is a crime against nature, because its existence imperils the health and life of the host...

This religious ceremony of drinking the blood of an innocent gentile child is basic to the Jew's entire concept of his existence as a parasite, living off the blood of the host...

The Jews do not want anyone to know what Nazism is. Nazism is simply this--a proposal that the German people rid themselves of the parasitic Jews. The gentile host dared to protest against the continued presence of the parasite, and attempted to throw it off. It was an ineffectual reaction, because it was emotional and ill-informed...

Mullins' writings are a standby on the Klan/neo-Nazi circuit. A recent Sons of Liberty book list included Mullins titles such as "Jewish TV: Sick, Sick, Sick," "The Jewish War Against the Christian World," and "Easter," which the catalog tells us give a "look at the 5,000 years of history in the ongoing war between the Satanic-Jewish forces and their Babylonian religious system and the rest of humanity." (Sons of Liberty Fall 1992 catalog, New Christian Crusade Church)

Lawrence Patterson addressed the national committee of the Populist Party in 1988 when they gathered for the David Duke nomination. Patterson's "Criminal Politics" newsletter carries warnings of a "Zionist Trilateral Party" conspiracy to merge the United States, the USSR, and Europe. This conspiracy is "anti-American, anti-religious, atheistic, anti-Christian, anti-Catholic, and anti- Protestant." (Criminal, 07/91, 6) Patterson's newsletter, which went for $15 an issue in 1991, listed Eustace Mullins (see above) as contributing editor. Eric Butler and Ivor Benson were listed as correspondents. Butler has been a long time leader of the Australian League of Rights and is "considered a mentor by active racists and anti-semites throughout the English-speaking world." (Knight, 23) Similarly, Benson -- Information Advisor to the former Rhodesian government -- was a staunch supporter of apartheid in South Africa. (Ibid, 153)

Pauline Mackey is another veteran of the David Duke campaign.

Col. L. Fletcher Prouty has maintained a strong relationship with the Liberty Lobby for years. During the lengthy legal battles surrounding the Mermelstein lawsuits against the Liberty Lobby and Willis A. Carto, Prouty and fellow PAC advisory board member Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz were "prepared to testify as character witnesses on behalf of Liberty Lobby founder Willis A. Carto." (Spotlight, 10-7-91, 12)

Prouty has been a guest on the Liberty Lobby sponsored Radio Free America program dozens of times. (I understand that the Pacifica Radio folks also broadcasts a syndicated "Radio Free America" program, which should not be confused with this one.) Prouty was a featured speaker at the 35th Liberty Lobby Board of Policy convention were he said "If anybody really wants to know what's going on in the world today, he should be reading 'Spotlight'" and explained that "one of the first enemies we have in this country is usury". (Spotlight, 10-8-90, 14)

John Rarick has been "a willing enough ally of the Liberty Lobby" for years. (Mintz, 155) Rarick was a prominent activist in the segregationist white Citizens Councils.

Robert Weems was the founding chairman of the Populist Party. Weems was a "voting member of party's national executive committee" in 1988, when the party nominated David Duke. (Spotlight, 3-28-88, 4) Also the founding national chairman of the PAC, Weems was a Mississippi KKK leader. (Ridgeway, 131)

Weems was scheduled to speak in July 1991 at the "First National Identity-Christian Conference in Reidsville, North Carolina. His topic was "Internationalism and How it Relates to Race, Nation, and Faith." Other speakers at the conference included Eustace Mullins and Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz. The promotional materials for this conference included advertisements for books such as "Our Nordic Race," "White Race--True People of Israel," and "God's Call to Race." (Conference mailing, June 1991)

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You may be correct there, whatever I called yolu.

Oops! No insult intended but I don't understand why you duplicate a thread?

Timmy, only because the first thread has somehow become unavailable from my site is all

and I can no longer view it or edit it. Your information and your history will soon be posted on YAFWatch.blogspot.com You should put that site in as one of your 'faves'.

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"Just the facts, Ma'am!" Sgt. Joe Friday - Dragnet c. 1959

John B if this is a threat to post derogatory information on me, I will report you to the moderator.

Who was it who freaked out about Terry M posting personal information about you?

No threats, no intimidation, just the facts, Ma'am. Sgt. Joe Friday.

Just name, rank and serial number and your history with YAF. It is important

that YAFWatch.blogspot.com follows any current or former YAFers forever and

is well informed about their current activity.

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John B if this is a threat to post derogatory information on me, I will report you to the moderator.

Who was it who freaked out about Terry M posting personal information about you?

Tim, This is how this nasty, vindictive, snide little man gets his kicks. His infamous for it all over the forums. The forums also say that after a couple of months the ratings collapse so hopefully it wont be long before J.S. realises how much harm his doing here and throws the creep off. His tactics are worse than any Fascist's. If you want the real juice on this guy email Rich Dellrosa, he wont even let him on his site, Under ANY aliases. And belive me he has plenty.

(edited by moderator: phrase replaced by "kicks".)

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The rest of my posts to this and the Watergate forum will be deleted incrementally over time and are being posted elsewhere.

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Perchance YOU could be deleted incrementally over time and get posted elsewhere, too? Thank you.

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Willis Carto, L. Fletcher Prouty and the IHR

Political Organizations & Activities

National Youth Alliance

In his book "Brotherhood of Murder," Martinez mentions the National Youth Alliance, which had its beginnings as "Youth for Wallace," and was formed during the Wallace Presidential campaign of 1968. He notes that Dr. William Pierce, whom he describes as a "Nazi," along with several founders of George Lincoln Rockwell's National Socialist White People's Party, joined the organization in the late Sixties.

The information he provides which relates to Carto's involvement in this group is sketchy, to say the least:

The behind-the-scenes power in the NYA was Willis Carto, head of the far right-wing, Washington, D.C.-based Liberty Lobby, publisher of an anti-Zionist magazine called 'Spotlight' and also publisher of a book that teaches terrorist urban warfare tactics.

Martinez continues with "After wresting control of the group from Carto..." and no further references are to be found. (Martinez, 33)

The neo-Nazi group The National Alliance grew out of "The National Youth Alliance," and is now controlled by Dr. William Pierce.

I would appreciate receiving any additional, documented, information regarding Carto's involvement with this group, and invite your contributions. ("Brotherhood of Murder" tells of Martinez' involvement with The Order, the neo-nazi organization responsible for the murder of Denver talk-show host Alen Berg and others.)

The Populist Action Committee (Richard Hatch, May, 1993)

In 1991, the Populist Action Committee (PAC) was "formally launched by the Liberty Lobby, the Washington-based populist institution that publishes The Spotlight." (Spotlight, 6-3-91, 1) The PAC is intimately tied to the Spotlight, which is "a prime mover behind the PAC." (Spotlight, 9-9-91, A-3) Unlike conventional political action committees, the PAC will not give money directly to candidates for office, but rather will "promote and publicize populist candidates, urging patriots to make direct contributions to these candidates." (Ibid)

The Kick-Off

The featured speaker at the kick-off meeting was "English populist" John Tyndall of the British National Party. (Spotlight, 6-3-91, 1) Tyndall is a British "former" National Socialist who has been quoted as saying "The Jew is like a maggot feeding on a body in an advanced state of decay." (Knight, 47) The selection of Tyndall as featured speaker for the founding meeting is an indication of the political direction of the Populist Action Committee. Tyndall was a founder of the British National Party in 1960. (Hill, page??) The original BNP was "pro-nazi and anti-semitic" and later merged with other far-right groups to form the National Front in 1967. The NF promoted the exclusion of non-whites from England. (Fielding, 67-68)

Tyndall resurrected the old BNP name when he founded a new party after the collapse of the National Front. As noted in a "Spotlight" interview, the BNP publishes _British Nationalist_ and _Spearhead_. (Spotlight, 6-24-91, 16-17) The name "Spearhead" is a throwback to the paramilitary organization in which Tyndall was active during the original BNP days. Tyndall, who sported Nazi-style stormtrooper attire in those days, was "gaoled" for his involvement in this paramilitary group. (Hill, 61)

Promoting "Populist Candidates"

According to Liberty Lobby founder Willis Carto, the PAC "will be promoting populist candidates." (Spotlight, 6-10-91, 11) The PAC does this in part by publicizing the activities of such candidates in the "Spotlight".

In one such case, the "Spotlight" directed readers to Joe Fields who in 1992 was running for a California State legislature seat under the banner of the American Independent Party. Fields is a notorious far-right activist from Southern California who in 1987 "identified himself to reporters as a member of the National Socialist American Workers Party." (Los Angeles Times March 11, 1988, 30, section 1)

Art Jones was singled out for publicity in a special PAC "wrap" addition to the Spotlight. (Spotlight, 3-9-92, A-2) The PAC identified Jones as one of "seven viable candidates for public office who are dedicated to the principles of populism...With your help, there is a chance to elect candidates unbeholden to special interests now plunging our country into ruin." Apparently, this was as far as the PAC could go, since the special PAC "wrap" noted that the "Populist Action Committee is a research and education entity not registered with the Federal Election Committee and does not endorse any candidate." (Spotlight, 3-9-92, A2) An earlier PAC report in the "Spotlight" described Art Jones as a candidate who "puts America first." "Spotlight" went on to note that "Jones has been connected to far-right nationalist groups in the Chicago area by the local media." (Spotlight, 2-24-92, 7)

In fact, local media reports had identified Jones as a leader in the American Nazi Party. (Chicago Tribune 1-20-89, 3) Jones was active in overt Nazi agitation as far back as 1979, when he was photographed at a Chicago rally wearing the swastika armband. He later became briefly involved with Civilian Military Assistance (CMA). CMA was part of the "private" support network for Reagan's contra war in Nicaragua. (Bellant, 120-122) In 1989, Jones was vice chairman of the American Nazi Party. He achieved some notoriety when he was photographed shaking hands with David Duke during Duke's run for governor of Louisiana. Even Duke, attempting to shake off his own past, called Jones a "Nazi kook." (Rose, 64)

Populist Personnel

The make-up of the advisory board of the PAC gives an idea of why such "populist candidates" would be promoted by the PAC. The members (and their descriptions) as of March 9, 1992 included:

Abe Lincoln Austin (Monetary Scientist) Mike Blair (Investigative Reporter)

Ken Bohnsack (Founder, Sovereignty)

Robert Brock (Black Nationalist)

Howard Carson (Publishing Consultant)

Capt. G. Russel Evans (Historian)

Lt. Col. James (Bo) Gritz (US Army, ret.)

Dr. Martin A. Larson (Author)

Roger Lourie (President, Devin-Adair publishing)

Donald A. MacPherson (Constitutional Attorney)

Pauline Mackey (Treasurer, ret. David Duke for President)

Tom McIntyre (Former Chairman, Populist Party)

Eustace Mullins (Author)

John Nugent (Financial Consultant)

Lawrence Patterson (Editor & Publisher, Criminal Politics)

Col. L. Fletcher Prouty (US Air Force, ret.)

John Rakus (President, National Justice Foundation)

John Rarick (Former Congressman, D-Louisiana)

Vince Ryan (Editor, The Spotlight)

Sherman Skolnick (Chairman, Committee to Clean Up the Courts)

Maj. James H. Townsend, Ret. (Editor & Publisher, The National Educator)

James P. Tucker (President, National Media Services)

Tom Valentine (Host, Radio Free America)

Raymond E. Walk (President, Rayan Associates, Inc.)

Robert Weems (Founding Chairman, Populist Party)

Some biographies may be useful in illustrating the caliber of advisors to the PAC...

Mike Blair ("Investigative reporter") is a long-time reporter for Spotlight.

Robert Brock is a "black nationalist" who promotes the repatriation of Black Americans and supports the so-called Pace Amendment to that end. This amendment would cause untold upheaval as it calls for the compulsory repatriation of most minorities in a period of one year. The Pace Amendment would establish mechanisms by which one's race would be judged by "a combination of blood type, ancestry, and appearance." (Aho, 261-263)

Brock's unusual sense of humor was revealed in a surprise appearance at Pete Peters Identity Christian camp in 1988. Brock entered the meeting hall dressed in a KKK robe and revealed himself, at the podium, no doubt to hearty guffaws. (Scriptures, Vol. V <1988>, 20) Brock also organized a 1992 Holocaust revisionist "First

Amendment" conference in Southern California (Los Angeles Times 2-2-92, 1, part B) Institute for Historical Review regular Mark Weber spoke, as did Joe Fields, now with the Populist Party, and his Afrikaner-born wife Dee Fields. Joe proclaimed his belief in "the purity of the races... and the desirability of segregation."

"Bo" Gritz was "featured at two Liberty Lobby conventions in 1987 and 1990." (Spotlight, 10-26-92, 5) Gritz is a regular on the Christian Identity/Patriot/Liberty Lobby circuit. Rudy Proctor, who Gritz met while attending one of Pastor Pete Peters' Christian Identity camps, paid for tapes and press releases to be sent to radio stations as part of Gritz Khun Sa publicity campaign. (Gritz, 485-486)

Gritz has also worked with another prominent Christian Identity activist, Richard Flowers, of Boring, Oregon. Flowers heads up the Christian Patriot Association (CPA), which publishes "The Patriot Review" and sponsored a Gritz campaign trip to Oregon. Flowers believes that "Blacks in general have a lower IQ than whites, and most just want to come in and take over without establishing anything themselves." (The Clackamas County Review, week ending June 3, 1992, 1-2)

The CPA distributes an array of literature and audio/video tapes through their 76-page book Catalog. (CPA Book Publisher Book Catalog 1992-1993) There are whole sections devoted to "Christianity - Race - Religion" and "The Jewish Issue." Audio tapes by old stand-bys of the Posse Comitatus movement, such as James Wickstrom, are available. (See Ridgeway, James. Blood in the Face. Thunder's Mouth Press, 1990, 133 for an example of a Wickstrom tape message)

Holocaust revisionists are well represented with tapes by David Irving and books by Arthur Butz and Austin App. Gritz has had a direct working relationship with the CPA through the National Coalition to Reform Money and Taxes (NCRMT.) Gritz's Center for Action and the CPA, as well as a number of other "patriot" organizations are allied in this project to repeal income tax, return to the use of gold and silver, etc... The January 1992 edition of "The Petitioner" newsletter, which reports on the activities of the coalition, approvingly interviewed Gritz and his campaign manager Charlie Brown and reported on Gritz's participation in the coalition. Gritz also participated in at least one Patterson Strategy conference in October 1991 (See entry for Patterson, below) (Criminal Politics, July 1991, 29)

Martin Larson's column appears practically every week in the "Spotlight." Larson writes primarily on economic matters, but manages to throw in enough other tidbits to make things interesting. For example, he feels that "the powers that be are doing everything they can to encourage breeding among welfare recipients." (Spotlight, 3-9-92, 18)

Roger Lourie's Devin-Adair company is a long-time source of right-wing publications. In addition, "Devin-Adair and Regnery published the greater part of those World War II revisionist studies which faulted the Roosevelt administration for intervening against the Axis powers." (Mintz, 48)

Tom McIntyre was chairman of the Populist Party when they nominated "former" Klansman David Duke as their Presidential candidate in 1988. (Gritz was nominated to run as Vice Presidential candidate--see above for Gritz.) (Spotlight, 3-28-88, 4)

Eustace Mullins is the author of the virulently anti-Jewish book "The Biological Jew" (Faith and Service Books, Stauton, VA, 1968). Mullins, in this lengthy comparison of Jews with biological parasites, wrote:

The Jew has always functioned best as a panderer, a pornographer, a master of prostitution, an enemy of the prevailing sexual standards and prohibitions of the gentile community....

We must remember that there is no Jewish crime per se, since the existence of the Jewish parasite on the host is a crime against nature, because its existence imperils the health and life of the host...

This religious ceremony of drinking the blood of an innocent gentile child is basic to the Jew's entire concept of his existence as a parasite, living off the blood of the host...

The Jews do not want anyone to know what Nazism is. Nazism is simply this--a proposal that the German people rid themselves of the parasitic Jews. The gentile host dared to protest against the continued presence of the parasite, and attempted to throw it off. It was an ineffectual reaction, because it was emotional and ill-informed...

Mullins' writings are a standby on the Klan/neo-Nazi circuit. A recent Sons of Liberty book list included Mullins titles such as "Jewish TV: Sick, Sick, Sick," "The Jewish War Against the Christian World," and "Easter," which the catalog tells us give a "look at the 5,000 years of history in the ongoing war between the Satanic-Jewish forces and their Babylonian religious system and the rest of humanity." (Sons of Liberty Fall 1992 catalog, New Christian Crusade Church)

Lawrence Patterson addressed the national committee of the Populist Party in 1988 when they gathered for the David Duke nomination. Patterson's "Criminal Politics" newsletter carries warnings of a "Zionist Trilateral Party" conspiracy to merge the United States, the USSR, and Europe. This conspiracy is "anti-American, anti-religious, atheistic, anti-Christian, anti-Catholic, and anti- Protestant." (Criminal, 07/91, 6) Patterson's newsletter, which went for $15 an issue in 1991, listed Eustace Mullins (see above) as contributing editor. Eric Butler and Ivor Benson were listed as correspondents. Butler has been a long time leader of the Australian League of Rights and is "considered a mentor by active racists and anti-semites throughout the English-speaking world." (Knight, 23) Similarly, Benson -- Information Advisor to the former Rhodesian government -- was a staunch supporter of apartheid in South Africa. (Ibid, 153)

Pauline Mackey is another veteran of the David Duke campaign.

Col. L. Fletcher Prouty has maintained a strong relationship with the Liberty Lobby for years. During the lengthy legal battles surrounding the Mermelstein lawsuits against the Liberty Lobby and Willis A. Carto, Prouty and fellow PAC advisory board member Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz were "prepared to testify as character witnesses on behalf of Liberty Lobby founder Willis A. Carto." (Spotlight, 10-7-91, 12)

Prouty has been a guest on the Liberty Lobby sponsored Radio Free America program dozens of times. (I understand that the Pacifica Radio folks also broadcasts a syndicated "Radio Free America" program, which should not be confused with this one.) Prouty was a featured speaker at the 35th Liberty Lobby Board of Policy convention were he said "If anybody really wants to know what's going on in the world today, he should be reading 'Spotlight'" and explained that "one of the first enemies we have in this country is usury". (Spotlight, 10-8-90, 14)

John Rarick has been "a willing enough ally of the Liberty Lobby" for years. (Mintz, 155) Rarick was a prominent activist in the segregationist white Citizens Councils.

Robert Weems was the founding chairman of the Populist Party. Weems was a "voting member of party's national executive committee" in 1988, when the party nominated David Duke. (Spotlight, 3-28-88, 4) Also the founding national chairman of the PAC, Weems was a Mississippi KKK leader. (Ridgeway, 131)

Weems was scheduled to speak in July 1991 at the "First National Identity-Christian Conference in Reidsville, North Carolina. His topic was "Internationalism and How it Relates to Race, Nation, and Faith." Other speakers at the conference included Eustace Mullins and Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz. The promotional materials for this conference included advertisements for books such as "Our Nordic Race," "White Race--True People of Israel," and "God's Call to Race." (Conference mailing, June 1991)

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"Willis Carto, L. Fletcher Prouty, and the IHR

Political Organizations & Activities"

Nothing like whipping a dead horse, is there?

Your tendency for this type of redundant rhetoric is starting to resemble nothing short of overkill.

Crash and burn. :drive

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