Samuel Francis, uncompromising paleo/trad-con journalist, R.I.P.

Samuel T. Francis: April 29, 1947 – February 15, 2005


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10 thoughts on “Samuel Francis, uncompromising paleo/trad-con journalist, R.I.P.”

  1. Significant Loss
    I like Srdja Trifkovic’s comment:

    “The enemies of our culture, civilization, and decency may breathe a sigh of relief.”


  2. I never cared for him much
    Personally I never cared much for the man. Largely because of the negative remarks he often made against Christianity.

    And I for one am sick as hell of constantly having his review of James C. Russel’s The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity shoved in my face by those who wish to claim that 1) European Christian is not really Christianity but merely a gloss over the old pagan heritage(which he inadequately proves) 2) Christianity is no longer viable for European civilization. Whatever positive thoughts I may have had for the man were wiped away by this!

    • apparently, however…
      … according to Thomas Fleming or one of the other Chronicles writers (I forget which), in his obit, he believed that Francis had actually come to faith by the time of his death; hence, while earlier he may have had unfortunate views regarding the Faith, apparently, he may have come to embrace it by the time of his death…

      • Hmmm I wasnt aware of that, d
        Hmmm I wasnt aware of that, do you know where I could find more information about that? When I was first introduced to his writings, I was somewhat impressed, especially with his attacks on the Neo-Cons. But as I dealve deeper into his writins, I found much I couldn’t stand. Ive already mentioned his remarks on Christianity, but also his support for eugenics and other issues really turned me off from him. But if what you say is true, well I really dont know.

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