In this particular piece Mr. Hoffman makes three profound and simple points.

    1.  "It will take a revolution... to make things right."

    2.  "But revolution... is a lost art."

    Maguire recommends non-movement movement writers nearly as often as he gives out investment advice, which is about once in every six blue moons.   Michael Hoffman is a professional journalist and he produces good copy, all of which is thought provoking.   He makes some excellent points in the above piece and many more good ones his January-February 2001 newsletter.  That newsletter itself is a review of the Feral House book "Snitch Culture", by Jim Redden.  A subsidiary point Hoffman hit bullseye dead center on the x has been the extremely poor counterintelligence on the 'right'.

    3.  Mr. Hoffman's third point can be paraphrased as "The true revolutionary is an honors student of history."  Are you?  If you wish to be, then start with the many fine archives Robert Frenz has posted in Contents.  Scan all of Eric's letters.  They're laced with favorable mentions of worthwhile books.

    Real History of the World War II era is essential, but it's neither the starting or ending point for real historical study for a revolutionary.  Within that Holocaust Revisionism is worth a chapter at best.  If you are a white patriot somewhere in North America I want to leave you with two thoughts:

    a.  The First American Revolution (this emphatically includes the pre-revolutionary period), the War of 1812, the White Texas Independence struggle of 1836, the First Mexican-American War, the White Holocaust of 1861-1865 and all the Indian Campaigns from the 1790s until 1890 remain an essential foundational fields of study.  The reason is all these battles took place on this very ground.

   The Second American Revolution will have many familiar features from the first.  Our plight bears many similarities to the period prior to the First American Revolution.  The structure of society and law is still strongly influenced by the old superseded Constitution.   We are a collection of disunited communities ruled from an Imperial Capital.  The political struggle will take place on the same ground.

    b.  There are also some striking differences because of the vast changes that have occurred in the genetic stocks of North America and the subsequent continental settlement.  The First Revolutionists were almost entirely white Anglo-Saxons from England, as were most of their enemies.  At the current time the majority white bloodstock of North America is derived from Germany.  The principal authors of the racial war against whites in North America are also the same authors of the racial war against Germans, Russians and all other whites in Europe.    Our plight therefore also bears some similarities to those of Germany after the First War To Kill White People.  It is for those reasons the National Socialist period in Germany, which I define as starting on November 11, 1918 and ending about April 30, 1945, deserves intensive study.

    As you do your historical study bear in mind that in geography and economics there is not the slightest comparison between Germany and North America.  Hitler was trying to establish the Urals as Europe's barrier against Asia.  In many ways German history can be subtitled "A Perpetual Search for Stable Frontiers".  In North America God has already provided 'Arcadia' with two strong continental mountain chains to anchor itself on.  Germany has been a net importer of food since the late 19th Century.  The persistent agricultural problem in North America is excess production.     So as you study look for true lessons and avoid comparing apples and oranges.

    The starting point for study followed by reflection is Robert Frenz' article "Face to Face With George Lincoln Rockwell" followed by the Alex Haley Playboy interview with Rockwell.

    Now for those who tune in to F.A.E.M only for the entertainment value and since we mostly don't trash white males here, be patient.  'Overseer' and much other humor is coming real soon.