The Truth Never Changes

These articles are just a few of the thousands that appeared in "The Cross and The Flag" which was founded by Gerald L.K. Smith. The monthly magazine began publication in 1942 with over 25,000 subscribers, and continued being published until after Dr. Smith's death on April 15, 1976. The message contained in these articles is still as vital today as it was then. No, the truth never changes, and because of this Dr. Smith is still hated and castigated by the forces that want to destroy America and all white western culture around the world. Every issue of Dr. Smith's "The Cross and The Flag" contained the following 10 High Principles: 1. Preserve America as a Christian Nation, being conscious of the fact that there is a highly organized campaign to substitute Jewish tradition for Christian tradition. 2. Expose, fight and outlaw Communism. 3. Safeguard American liberty against the menace of bureaucratic Fascism. 4. Maintain a government set up by the majority which abuses no minority and is abused by no minority. Fight mongrelization and all attempts being made to force the intermixture of the black and white races. 5. Protect and earmark national resources for our citizenry first. 6. Maintain the George Washington Foreign Policy of friendship with all nations, trade with all nations, entangling alliances with none. 7. Oppose a world government and a super-state. 8. Prove that the Worker, the Farmer, the Businessman, the Veteran, the Unemployed, the Aged, and the Infirm can enjoy more abundance under the true American system than any alien system now being proposed by foreign propagandists. 9. Safeguard America's tradition in relationship to immigration. 10. Enforce the Constitution as it pertains to our monetary system. For more about these 10 High Principles read his article "THIS IS CHRISTIAN NATIONALISM" or watch the video "10 HIGH PRINCIPLES"

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"Eloquent and crusading clergyman." - Gerald L.K. Smith
Gerald L. K. Smith ad for Dr. Wesley A. Swift
Dr. Wesley Swift is a young man thirty-five years of age. He is a brilliant and eloquent preacher. More than that, he is a Christian Nationalist Crusader. He is an important factor in the Christian Nationalist movement on the West Coast. He spoke with me (Gerald L.K. Smith) at the Hollywood High School Auditorium, at the El Patio Theatre, and at two great rallies at the Embassy Auditorium in Los Angeles. It is to be hoped that he can make a tour in the central states in the not distant future.
Dr. Smith ran the above ad on flyers where he and Dr. Swift would speak, and also printed the above ad in "The Cross and the Flag" January, 1949 issue.
Dr. Wesley A. Swift
“There are a thousand reasons for the formation of a Christian Nationalist Party and every reason is a good one. In my address I desire to emphasize the conspiracy on the part of the organized Jewish extremist and his Christ-hating coordinates to destroy the freedom of religion among Christians in the United States of America. I have in my files a book of the minutes almost as thick as a volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica recording what was supposed to have been a secret meeting of Jewish Rabbis recently held in New York City for the determined purpose of bringing pressure on our state and national governments to outlaw every expression of religious faith in court rooms, legislative assemblies, schools and public meetings. They would even outlaw the taking of an oath with one’s hand on the Bible because of their hatred for the contents of the New Testament.” - Dr. Wesley A. Swift
Quotation printed in "The Cross and the Flag" October, 1948


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