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FTR #90 A Review and Analysis of Serpent’s Walk

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This seg­ment ana­lyzes Ser­pen­t’s Walk, a Nazi tract pub­lished in 1991 and authored by one “Ran­dolph O. Calver­hall.” Pub­lished by Nation­al Van­guard Books, which also pub­lished The Turn­er Diaries, the book is pur­port­ed­ly a “nov­el” about a Nazi takeover of the Unit­ed States in the mid­dle of the twen­ty-first cen­tu­ry. It is Mr. Emory’s con­sid­ered opin­ion that the book is far more than a nov­el — he feels that it is a blue­print for what is already going on and what is planned for the future. Mr. Emory feels that the book is extreme­ly impor­tant and that it should be stud­ied. The events por­trayed in it have a foun­da­tion in real­i­ty. In Ser­pen­t’s Walk, Hitler’s SS goes under­ground after World War II.

The SS then begin build­ing a huge cap­i­tal orga­ni­za­tion and buy­ing into U.S. indus­try, the opin­ion-form­ing media in par­tic­u­lar. (Just such an orga­ni­za­tion was put togeth­er! See Mar­tin Bor­mann: Nazi in Exile by Paul Man­ning. The book was pub­lished in 1981 by Lyle Stu­art Inc.) The SS then infil­trate the Unit­ed States Army and the U.S. gov­ern­ment in gen­er­al. At the end of the war, much of the Nazi intel­li­gence sys­tem was mar­ried to the Amer­i­can espi­onage estab­lish­ment, per­mit­ting just such infil­tra­tion.

After the Pres­i­dent and Vice-Pres­i­dent are killed in a bio­log­i­cal war­fare attack that uti­lizes genet­i­cal­ly-engi­neered virus­es (of osten­si­bly Russ­ian ori­gin), the Speak­er of the House (“Jonas Out­ram”) becomes Pres­i­dent, declares mar­tial law and invites the Nazis into a gov­ern­ing coali­tion, which then takes over the Unit­ed States. It is Mr. Emory’s opin­ion that the Jonas Out­ram char­ac­ter is based on Newt Gin­grich and that Gin­grich was recruit­ed to the Nazi phi­los­o­phy in Ger­many while his father was sta­tioned there with the Army.

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