Under Cover: My Four Years in the Nazi Underworld of America by John Roy Carlson

By John Roy Carlson

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1943

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H e was symbol of the "Christian" youth Coughlin was spawning as America's future citizens. At Times Square we poured out of the train, still screaming slogans. As we came up into the street Dan Walker grabbed my sleeve. "Let's get a glass of beer first. " After a second glass, Dan confided that he was a member of the National Guard, Communications Division. "There's plenty of us in the National Guard. It's a good place to be in because they learn ya how to handle a gun. The captain of my division knows all about me giving out literature, but he don't give a damn.

Efficient as a factory, methodical as a machine. Republicans, Socialists and Democrats represent nineteenth century ideas. A new leadership is needed for a new America . . " I was with Joe McWilliams day and night and during nearly three years' association I do not recall on his part even one instance of kindness or the expression of gratitude. Unscrupulous, unfeeling, sensual to the extreme, popular idol of the masses and the ladies, Joe had the essentials of a glamor-boy fuehrer to act as the "front" for sinister Nazi politicians.

H e was in constant touch with Nazi propaganda chiefs at Erfurt, Germany, and relayed instructions to American Nazis. A sensual-looking man with a fleshy face, Deatherage spoke on "Counter-revolutionary Tactics" and spurred the mob against a "Red revolution" which seemed to be not even as far off as the proverbial corner. Actually, Deatherage's speech was a well-planned incitement to revolution. In it he: I ) established the presence of the hypothetical "enemy"; 2 ) frightened, then spurred the religious to action; 3 ) enlisted the family man into action to protect his "loved ones"; 4) established the need for "counter-revolutionary action" under the guise of self-defense; 5) laid the foundation for secret revolutionary cells; 6) provided for the caching of arms and ammunition; 7) declared the need for a "holy war," and added: "I am not content to walk in the footsteps of Christ.

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