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Hope That Someday Huey Long Will Return

At some point as kleptocratic faux democracy and it’s equally faux economy crashes and burns in the U.S., it will be time to resurrect the great populist Huey Long. Long represents more hidden, suppressed history and has been labeled by the Crime Syndicate as a buffoon. Nothing could be further from the truth. He has also been called a demagogue, which Long addressed thusly, “I would describe a demagogue as a politician who don’t keep his promises.”

In reality, Huey Long was a genius, had a tremendous gift as a people person and could remember the names of everybody in a town. Nobody does that without love. He loved his people, was totally devoted to them, and the love was reciprocal. He was fiercely anti-kleptocratic and that class would face claw backs, civil suits and prison time if Huey were around today. And no one could deny that he was also a highly effective leader. And he was fearless and courageous.

If Long had been elected president of the U.S., the world today would be a different place. As an America Firster, the U.S. would have stayed out of WWII, the kleptocrats would have been dealt a blow and the country would have escaped Wall Street capture, at least for a time. He probably would have repealed the private Federal Reserve and restored Lincoln’s greenback system or copied National Socialist Germany’s highly successful Reichbank’s bills exchange and work program. The problem was that Huey Long would have eventually been assassinated.

The alleged assassination of Huey Long on Sept. 8, 1935, by Dr. Carl Weiss made little sense. In fact, my examination of the events led me to believe that the incident with Weiss was a minor altercation that got out of hand. In addition, and shades of William McKinley, Long’s surgery afterward was botched, perhaps deliberately.

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Long had six bodyguards because there had been numerous threats against him, and everybody was nervous and trigger happy. He was considered a real threat to FDR’s corrupted and co-opted regime. In July 1935, two months prior to his death, Long claimed that he had uncovered a plot to assassinate him. According to Long, four U.S. representatives — Mayor Walmsley and former governors Parker and Sanders — had been present. Long read what he claimed was a transcript of a recording of this meeting on the floor of the Senate.

For reasons unknown Dr. Weiss, who was not especially political and was a successful, popular physician, happily married with a 3-month-old son, showed up to have a word with Long on a quiet Sunday evening at the State Capitol. It has been alleged that Weiss was Jewish, and he does look so, but that was not the case, at least in terms of how he identified. He was a devout Roman Catholic, as was his wife.

When it was all over, the bodyguards fired 61 shots at Weiss, and at least one hit Long. There was no sign that Weiss was armed. There was never an autopsy on either man. The bodyguards were each armed with two 45-caliber pistols. There is no record of the bullet or bullets that hit Long.

Another theory is that Long’s own guards, as part of the plot, saw an opening to do the dirty deed and that Dr. Weiss, who had just finished a house call and lived near the Capital, was lured or taken to the scene as a patsy, or just accidentally happened to be there. The whole affair was very sad and was superbly dealt with in the balanced and highly recommended documentary “61 Bullets.”

Here is Huey Long on various topics as well as footage on the stump.

They say they don’t like my methods. Well, I don’t like them either. I really don’t like to have to do things the way I do. I’d much rather get up before the legislature and say, ‘Now this is a good law and it’s for the benefit of the people, and I’d like you to vote for it in the interest of the public welfare.’ Only I know that laws ain’t made that way. You’ve got to fight fire with fire.

I used to get things done by saying please. Now I dynamite ’em out of my path.

God told you what the trouble was. The philosophers told you what the trouble was; and when you have a country where one man owns more than 100,000 people, or a million people, and when you have a country where there are four men, as in America that have got more control over things than all the 120 million people together, you know what the trouble is.

We shall have to say right here and now that the hand of imperial finance shall not go farther into its strangulation of the American people and that the hand of imperialistic banking control shall be decentralized instead of centralized in America.

I don’t know much about Hitler. Except that last thing, about the Jews. There has never been a country that put its heel down on the Jews that ever lived afterwards.

17 Comments on Hope That Someday Huey Long Will Return

  1. Huey Long’s “Every Man a King” book is a great read. It is ironic that the Rockefeller cabal that he went up against, has got bigger over the decades and is now one of the main sponsors of the Corona scam.

    Please share a song called “An Ethical Message From Space” by Stephen Allan. It can be found on Spotify, and samples Huey’s “Barbecue Speech”. If only we had some politicians as brave today.

    Blessings to all.

  2. The fact of jew or not a jew has nothing to do with religion. Any jew BORN around the world can be a full citizen of Israel, and Israel’s test is not a religion test, it is a parentage test — that is blood, DNA, race.
    Weiss was a jew. Gerald LK Smith was WITH Huey Long when he was shot and wrote about what happened. Anyone can read his book. Weiss got a hero’s funeral by jewry.
    Huey Long would have beaten jew Franklin D. Roosevelt in the next election, barring massive vote fraud. That’s why they assassinated Huey Long.
    I am Jim Laffrey. I stand by my own decade of research and conclusions.
    My latest website is https://MyWhiteTV.nfshost.com

  3. Thank you, Simple Citizen, for this tribute and for the history lesson. This brought tears to my eyes: the Louisiana people loved him. Indeed, this would be a good time for a true Democratic Populist like him to return. My Driver’s Education test, as a 15 year old girl, was to drive across the very narrow Huey P. Long bridge in Louisiana. My driver’s ed teacher was asleep and snoring as my heart pounded to make it across, closely alongside an oil transport truck. The refineries were right across that bridge. Those were the days, and Huey P was our hero. But I still break a sweat when I hear his name!
    Thank you to all who run this site, I read very often.

    • WhoDatWeDat,

      Gosh, I appreciate your thanks; however, I never wrote this fine piece. Mr. Winter is the author and there are plenty of other, historical, pieces you might like. Please consider going on a search journey with any of the history that interests you, as WW might have another fine thread for you to enjoy.

      Again, thank you, but this was not me.

      All my best,
      Simple Citizen

  4. Huey Long’s picture and campaign button are currently the banner of the popular social-right site Occidental Dissent, hosted by Brad Griffin, also using the pen name Hunter Wallace … Alabama-based Griffin admires Huey Long’s populist ideals, and honours George Wallace with his pen name

    Griffin is quite strong on white-identity and culture-war issues, and quickly became critical of Trump after voting for him in 2016 … but Griffin is quite normie-mainstream against ‘conspiracy’ talk, goes along with msm on the ‘coronavirus menace’ etc …Griffin also doesn’t buy the 2020 ‘election fraud’ narrative, believing that real voters shared his distaste for Trump’s disappointments

    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/

    • brabantian,

      Perfect summation of Brad! He posted some good material on his site and occasionally did some good book reviews, however he was a complete coward when he was challenged to question some of his learned convictions that he had acquired in his almost 3 decades of life. I rarely visit his site now and have noticed some drop off in the volume of comments per article.

      He would regularly use mainstream newspapers polls and articles to reinforce his arguments which I found laughable. He constantly used such ridiculous sources such as the CDC or the WHO to back his arguments for the ‘pandemic’ being authentic and was convinced that tens-of-thousands of people had actually died of the big, bad virus since last March. Wouldn’t surprise me if he is similar to the over 90% of the people I see at my gym every morning at 6am wearing their masks while they’re working out, even though the gym I train at gives the members the option of not wearing one while training!

      And finally, your spot on about Brad’s reluctance to engage in ‘conspiracy theories.’ He arrogantly thinks he is above it all by not engaging anyone to an honest debate. He was criticized regularly in his comments section because of it. He 86’d me from commenting on his site about 18 months ago by using the excuse of ‘spam’ when he was just looking for a reason after awhile to get rid of me.

  5. I ended up watching the full Yuri Bezmenov presentation last night and was absolutely riveted by it:
    https://youtu.be/Y9TviIuXPSE

    America fell to Communism well before Russia ever did. Our greatest traitor – and hands down the worst U.S. President – will always be Woodrow Wilson. He signed off on both the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and presided over the creation of The League of Nations. The only member of Congress who appeared to understand what was happening was Charles Lindbergh Sr. He was ignored and derided as essentially being a histrionic conspiracy theorist. Since Lindbergh, only one other member of Congress publicly rebuked the Fed so harshly – James Traficant.
    http://rvbeypublications.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/webjamestraficant.pdf

    Every earnest populist eventually understands the levers of power are maintained by Federal Reserve promissory note fun bux. Huey Long wasn’t just facing FDRs’ goons, he was facing the Juggernaut that is the debt financial system. By the turn of the last century the U.S. was well into late stage Democracy and transitioning into full on Tyranny, we are the last Patriots.

    Perhaps the most crushing blow any of us could ever deliver is speaking some semblance of truth when lies are so universal.

    • Lycurgus,

      Good post!

      Would (humbly) suggest a look at Mendel House, as he was quite a puppet master with Wilson and was a de facto second President.

      Then I would like to introduce you to Congressman Louis T. McFadden who helped destroy our economy under the Federal Reserve Bank and then had a realization of what he had done (much like Wilson) becoming an adversary to the bank:

      “McFadden later became a “vociferous foe of the Federal Reserve”, which he claimed was created and operated by Jewish banking interests who conspired to economically control the United States. In a speech in the House of Representatives in December 1931, McFadden accused Paul Warburg, one of the leading forces behind the Federal Reserve Act, of “having engineered the great depression.” On June 10, 1932, McFadden made a 25-minute speech before the House of Representatives, in which he accused the Federal Reserve of deliberately causing the Great Depression. McFadden also claimed that Wall Street bankers funded the Bolshevik Revolution[8] through the Federal Reserve banks and the European central banks with which it cooperated.

      After the expulsion from Washington, D.C., of the veteran petitioners of the Bonus Army, which he called “the greatest crime in modern history”, McFadden moved to impeach President Herbert Hoover in 1932, and he also introduced a resolution bringing conspiracy charges against the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. The impeachment resolution was defeated by a vote of 361 to 8; it was seen as a big vote of confidence to President Hoover from the House.[10] According to Time magazine McFadden was “denounced and condemned by all Republicans for his ‘contemptible gesture’.” The Central Press Association reported that he was “virtually read out of his party … [had] his committee posts … taken away from him…was ostracized by Republicans [and] called crazy …”. Sen. David A. Reed (R-PA) said “We intend to act to all practical purposes as though McFadden had died”.

      In 1933, he introduced House Resolution No. 158, which included articles of impeachment for the Secretary of the Treasury, two assistant Secretaries of the Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, and the officers and directors of its twelve regional banks.”

      (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Thomas_McFadden)

      No I am using the heavily flawed Wikipedia article as a means to keep it light; however, there is much more about this man and his work of interest.

      Speaking of contradictions, another character in this story that might be worth consideration is Senator Carter Glass (again, just keeping it light and easy):

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carter_Glass

      All my best,
      Simple Citizen

      • Right on SC, I’d read about McFadden a while back, but Lindbergh seemed to be the only one willing to go die on the hill to oppose the Federal Reserve Act.

        Same deal with the Glass-Steagal Act. Who woulda thought that allowing banks to merge with insurance companies and underwrite themselves would have catastrophic real world consequences?

        Fucking LIBOR, that’s not even foxes guarding the hen-house. That is foxes cannibalizing eachother because they ate every chicken they could find. The ripples from the creation of the Fed have turned into rogue waves that threaten the entire world.

        • Great to hear from you!

          From your post, I was inspired to purchase a compendium of McFadden’s speeches and Lindbergh (the younger’s) journals.

          With Glass, I find it interesting that he was a strong proponent of the Fed, and then created the legislation that he is well known for.

          Hope all is well with you.

          Best,
          SC

  6. I always enjoyed Earl Long’s (Huey’s brother) campaign slogan: “All you need is the Bible, Sears & Roebuck catalog and Earl Long.”

  7. John T Flynn’s “The Roosevelt Myth” makes it fairly clear that Crime Syndicate rep FDR felt that his career and his reputation were in jeopardy with the rising of Long’s popularity. Long was against the war and against the banker driven New Deal that FDR concocted. We all know what happened next. Sad history of the US for those that speak out against war and the banks.

  8. The old site is closed down. I have about 40 older hoax articles in drafts but don’t seem to have saved Waco.Yet another story that just disappeared. Was right out of Hollywood.

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