Authoritarian Socialism in America: Edward Bellamy and the Nationalist
Movement is a book by Arthur Lipow and it provides more evidence that
Edward Bellamy's scheme for "military socialism" and an "industrial army"
inspired WWII, and every socialist cesspool on earth, including the socialist
trio of atrocities in the Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part):
the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, ~60 million people slaughtered;
the People's Republic of China, ~50 million; and the National Socialist
German Workers' Party, ~20 million (numbers from Professor R. J. Rummel's
article in the Encyclopedia of Genocide (1999)). http://rexcurry.net/pledgelipow.html
The author, Arthur Lipow, notes that "Bellamy's authoritarian socialist
views were an historical precursor of totalitarian collectivist ideological
currents." After reading this book it should be no wonder why Bellamy is
"the American Hitler" or more monstrous than Hitler. The book is a warning
that socialists are nuclear bombs, and socialism is nuclear war. http://rexcurry.net/socialists.jpg
Lipow is somewhat biased, and tends to attribute good things to socialism,
not bad. Regarding Germany there is not enough material on the monstrous
National Socialist German Workers' Party, or upon the similarities with
Bellamy's philosophy and Bellamy's influence upon the Party. In fact, Lipow
never uses the full phrase "National Socialist German Workers' Party" nor
even "National Socialist" but instead uses the term "Nazism," as another
classic example of the common cover-up for monstrous socialism. Lipow
makes one wonder whether, like so many people, Lipow has never written or
spoken the full phrase in his life, and has spent his whole life deliberately
subsituting other words for it. Is it possible that Lipow does not
KNOW the full phrase? http://rexcurry.net/swastikamain.html
Edward Bellamy was, of course, a self-proclaimed National Socialist in
the United States. Lipow makes no mention of the fact that Edward
Bellamy's cousin and cohort, Francis Bellamy, wrote the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance
(1892) for government schools and popularized its robotic chanting on cue
from the government, and created its original straight-arm salute, which
was the origin of the salute used three decades later by the National Socialist
German Workers' Party as shown in the work of Dr. Rex Curry, author of "Pledge
of Allegiance Secrets" and at http://rexcurry.net/pledgesalute.html
The common claim that it was a Roman salute is a myth exposed at the same
Both Bellamy boys wanted government to take over all schools as a socialist
monopoly, end all of the better alternatives, and use government schools
to produce an "industrial army." http://rexcurry.net/pledge1.html
Lipow also doesn't use the phrase "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics"
and instead uses "Russia" or "Soviet Union." It is another classic
example of the common cover-up for monstrous socialism. Lipow makes
one wonder whether, like so many people, Lipow has never written or spoken
the full phrase in his life, and has spent his whole life deliberately subsituting
other words for it. Is it possible that Lipow does not KNOW the full
phrase? Lipow also is vague about the fact that the former Union
of Soviet Socialist Republics slaughtered even more people than did the
National Socialist German Workers' Party. It is all the more fascinating
that Lipow's book was published (1982) shortly before the fall of the Union
of Soviet Socialist Republics. http://rexcurry.net/socialists.html
Even in 1964 there was in circulation a pamphlet titled "Seeking a Socially
Just World." In it was a story: "The Parable of the Water Carrier." It was
about Edward Bellamy's "Parable of the Water Tank" (1897) which is, of course,
a simplified Marxist critique of economic freedom.
Arthur Lipow's book, AUTHORITARIAN SOCIALISM IN AMERICA: EDWARD BELLAMY
AND THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT, provides lots of little-known information detailing
how Edward Bellmay's scheme for an "industrial army" influenced WWII, and
the worst genocides in all of history in the socialist Wholecaust (of which
the Holocaust was a part): the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, ~60 million
people slaughtered; the People's Republic of China, ~50 million; and the National
Socialist German Workers' Party, ~20 million. Lipow provides a lot of support
for the warning that Socialists are nuclear bombs, and socialism is nuclear
war. Lipow notes that "Bellamy's authoritarian socialist views were an historical
precursor of totalitarian collectivist ideological currents." http://rexcurry.net/pledgelipow.html
The book could use some updating about new discoveries. American socialists
(e.g. Edward Bellamy and Francis Bellamy teamed with the Theosophical Society)
also bear some blame for the notorious symbol used by the National Socialist
German Workers Party.
The same symbol was used by the Theosophical Society during the time when
the Bellamys worked with the group. The symbol was used as alphabetical symbolism
for socialism, and adopted later by German socialists as their flag symbol.
Although an ancient symbol, was altered for use as overlapping S-letters for
'socialism.' It was deliberately turned 45 degrees counter clockwise and
always oriented in the S-direction. Similar alphabetic symbolism is still
visible as Volkswagen VW logos.
American Socialists also created the stiff-arm salute of German socialism.
The early Pledge of Allegiance (created by Francis Bellamy in 1892) was the
origin of the straight arm salute adopted decades later by German National
Socialists. The early pledge salute was not the modern hand over the heart.
The Theosophical Society (and Freemason groups - Francis Bellamy was a member)
helped spread America's stiff arm salute at their meetings.
Edward Bellamy's book "Looking Backward" was an international bestseller
that launched the nationalism movement worldwide. Edward's book was translated
into every major language, including German. They wanted government to take
over all schools and impose robotic chanting to flags. The Pledge's early
right-arm salute was not an ancient Roman salute, and the 'ancient Roman salute'
myth came from the Pledge.
All of the above are modern discoveries by America's leading authority on
the Pledge of Allegiance, the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge
of Allegiance Secrets").
People were persecuted for refusing to perform robotic chanting to the national
flag at the same time in the USA and Germany (to the American flag, and to
the German symbol flag).