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The following is a chapter from Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe, which is now available in a new translation from Counter-Currents.
“Today some people are prepared to transfer broad economic areas less amenable to speculation, such as the mining and railroad industries, to the care of a pseudo-state. But, of course, they intend to retain the behind-the-scenes prerogative of making this ‘state’ an executive organ of their own business interests through the democratic forms of parliamentarism, i.e., by paying for election campaigns and newspapers and thus controlling the opinions of voters and readers. (more…)