Frederick Charles Ferdinand Weiss (July 31, 1885 to March 1, 1968) was along with H. Keith Thompson, Yockey’s primary US collaborator. Yockey, Thompson and Weiss engaged in joint literary projects, with numerous pamphlets published by Weiss and written with the common designation X.Y.Z. (more…)
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Interview with H. Keith Thompson on Francis Parker Yockey
The following interview with H. Keith Thompson is based upon a typewritten transcription of the the original taped interview. Unless otherwise noted, additions in square brackets are in the typescript as well. There are also a number of hand-written corrections and additions on the typescript. Since the typescript was seen by Thompson, I am assuming that either he made these corrections himself or at least approved of them, so I have incorporated them where legible. For more on Thompson’s life and work, see Kerry Bolton’s excellent essay “H. Keith Thompson, Jr.“
The Cold War Axis:
Soviet Anti-Zionism & the American Right, Part 3
Part 3 of 3
Soviet Anti-Zionism, a Jewish-Communist Ploy?
Neither Madole nor Common Sense seems to have left a discernible legacy on the extreme Right with the demise of both in the late 1970s. However, with the 1967 Arab-Israeli war there was a new impetus for Soviet anti-Zionism. (more…)
The Cold War Axis:
Soviet Anti-Zionism & the American Right, Part 2
Part 2 of 3
The Impact of Yockey’s Pro-Soviet Agenda on the American Right
The two primary media within the American extreme Right for a pro-Soviet orientation were Common Sense, a fortnightly paper which achieved a relatively high circulation, and the National Renaissance Party, a militant fascist grouping, particularly active in agitating on the streets of New York with uniformed stormtroopers. Both Common Sense and the National Renaissance Party endured for a surprisingly long time.