Francis Parker Yockey

Francis YockeyFrancis Parker Yockey was an American author and activist. He was born to Louis Francis Yockey and Rose Ellen Yockey in Chicago.  After studying law he took the job of an attorney in a law firm in Illinois. He is mainly known for his book ‘Imperium’. He wrote this book under the pen name Ulick Varange.  He was a Nazi and always supported anti-Semitism. He was arrested by FBI in 1960. American Rightist Willis Carto met him in the prison and later helped in spreading his ideas. He committed suicide in the jail cell. 
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Born: September 18, 1917, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Died: June 16, 1960, San Francisco, California, United States
Nationality:  American
Occupation: Attorney, Writer, Philosopher
Books: The Proclamation of London of the European Liberation Front, The enemy of Europe
Education: Georgetown University, University of Notre Dame, University of Arizona
Influenced by: Julius Evola, Oswald Spengler, Carl Schmitt, Karl Haushofer

Hatred is not contained in political thinking. Any hatred worked up against the public enemy is non-political, and always shows some weakness in the internal political situation.

To an intellectual who is adrift in politics, a theory is an aim; to a true politician his theory is a boundary.

The State becomes society or humanity on the ethical side, a production and trade system on the economic side.

Liberalism is a most important by-product of Rationalism, and its origins and ideology must be clearly shown.


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