Willis Carto

Willis Carto

Willis Allison Carto (July 17, 1926) is a longtime figure on the American far right. He describes himself as Jeffersonian and populist, but is primarily known for his promotion of antisemitic conspiracy theories and Holocaust denial.

Carto is today considered to be one of America's most influential political racial theorists through the Liberty Lobby and successor organizations which he helped create. Carto ran a group supporting segregationist George Wallace's 1968 presidential campaign which formed the basis for the National Youth Alliance which promoted Francis Parker Yockey's political philosophy. Carto helped found the Populist Party served as an electoral vehicle for neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan members such as David Duke in 1988 and Christian Identity supporter Bo Gritz in 1992. Carto's current American Free Press continues in the spirit of the Liberty Lobby's The Spotlight, running runs columns by Joe Sobran, James Traficant, Paul Craig Roberts, presidential candidate Ron Paul, and others. It continues to promote alternative theories to the 9-11 attacks and support presidential candidates favoring individual liberty. Carto's many other projects also include the Institute for Historical Review which was founded by Carto to promote revisionist history about Jewish prison camps.

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Liberty Lobby - Public Image Management, Internal Strife, and Ultimate Demise
... Francis Parker Yockey's Imperium was republished by Willis Carto's Noontide Press, which also published a number of other books and pamphlets promoting a racialist and white supremacist world ... to occupy the niche of a conservative anti-Communist group, Willis Carto was meanwhile building other organizations which would take a much more explicit neo-Nazi orientation ... Among these were the National Youth Alliance, a Willis Carto-founded organization that eventually became the National Alliance ...
National Youth Alliance
... founded on November 15, 1968 at the Army and Navy Club by Willis Carto, head of the right-wing Liberty Lobby ... The NYA emerged from an earlier group connected to Willis Carto known as the Youth for Wallace, which had supported segregationist Governor George Wallace ... Willis Carto was known to be a devotee of the writings of Francis Parker Yockey, who was one of a handful of neo-Nazi esoteric writers during the post-World War II era who revered ...
History Of Antisemitism In The United States - 1950s - Liberty Lobby
... advocacy organization which was founded in 1955 by Willis Carto in 1955 ... Lobby was founded as a conservative political organization, Willis Carto was known to hold strongly antisemitic views, and to be a devotee of the writings of Francis Parker Yockey, who was one of ... the Anti-Defamation League, have noted that Willis Carto, more than anybody else, was responsible for keeping organized antisemitism alive as a viable political movement during the ...
Willis Carto - Other Activities
... Carto's Liberty Lobby acquired the Sun Radio Network in December 1989, and attempted to use talk radio as a vehicle for espousing his views ... In 2004, Carto joined in signing the New Orleans Protocol on behalf of American Free Press ... Carto has also been featured as a guest on The Political Cesspool which in its statement of principles represents "a philosophy that is pro-White." While Carto has been associated with views ...
Lyndon LaRouche - 1970s - 1974: Contacts With Far Right Groups, Intelligence Gathering
... LaRouche established contacts with Willis Carto's Liberty Lobby and elements of the Ku Klux Klan in 1974 ... George Michael, in Willis Carto and the American Far Right, says that LaRouche shared with the Liberty Lobby's Willis Carto an antipathy towards the Rockefeller family ...