William Dudley Pelley

William Dudley Pelley was a Christian puppet of the Right Wing Church, used to spread disinfo about jews and extraterrestials in the Conspiracy Church. He played the role of antisemitic provocateur agent. He was the son of an antisemitic Methodist minister. He worked as a Hollywood screenwriter (Universal Pictures movie The Shock with Lon Chaney and The Light in the Dark, also with Lon Chaney).

He worked for the Red Cross in Russia. He wrote for The American Magazine (Graham Greene, AC Doyle, Walter Lippman, HG Wells).

He founded the pro Adolf Hitler Silver Shirts in january 1933, in Asheville North Carolina. It had ties to the Klu Klux Klan and the Theosophic I Am movement of Guy Ballard. Silver Shirts member Gerald Smith spread the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and founded the America First party. Richard Butler founded Aryan Nations. Wesley Swift would lead the Christian Identity movement and was a member of the KKK. Swift was associated with William Gale (Posse comitatus).

Gerald Winrod and Gerald Smith were disciples of Roman Catholic priest Charles Coughlin.

In 1935 he founded the Christian Party to run as candidate for president.

During WW 2 he was imprisoned for treason. He was released in 1950.

He worked with other UFO hoaxers George Adamski and George Hunt Williamson.

born 3/12/1890.

died 6/30/1965.

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