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Francis Parker Yockey on HOLLYWOODISM

Monday, 10 Nov 2014

Francis Parker Yockey on Staff and Scrip, Dr John Dunn First posted on Monday, 30 December 2013 at 20:49

I was struck by an article in the Independent recently, about how sentimental films can influence political attitudes and make you more liberal.

Of course the Hollywood propagandists have known this for years.

The politically awake have known it all along too, but now it has been proved ‘scientifically’.

‘Viewers who are “not prepared” to be critical about what they are seeing on screen were more likely to experience a “leftward shift” in attitudes when watching Hollywood movies with an underlying liberal message.’ (Independent 30th December 2013).

Francis Parker Yockey understood the threat from Hollywoodism thoroughly.

“The message of Hollywood is the total significance of the isolated individual, stateless and rootless, outside of society and family, whose life is simply the pursuit of money and erotic pleasure. It is not the normal and healthy love of man and wife bound together by many children that Hollywood preaches, but a diseased erotic-for-its-own-sake, the sexual love of two grains of human sand, superficial and impermanent. Before this highest of all Hollywood's values, everything else must stand aside: marriage, honour, duty, patriotism, sternness, dedication of self to a higher aim. This ghastly distortion of the sexual life has created the erotomania which obsesses its millions of victims in America, and which has now been brought to the Mother-soil of Europe by the American invasion.

"Not only the individuals are the victims of this technique of degeneration, but the family and the race are dissolved wherever it touches...”

of the European Liberation Front 1949

By Francis Parker Yockey

John Dunn.

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