Yockeyism is an economically left-wing, culturally far-right, and authoritarian ideology. It is meant to represent the views of writer Francis Parker Yockey. Yockey was heavily influenced by Oswald Spengler, Julius Evola, and Ernst Niekisch. He supports a 'red-brown alliance' (red being communists, brown being fascists), which would synthesize the two ideologies, and create a world order in his view of the West. Its support for aiding the spread of communism also takes an accelerationist view on communist states, believing that their conditions are more ripe for the rise third positionist/fascist states than the liberal West, and their spread can only aid such movements.
Francis Parkey Yockey has founded a political movement called The European Liberation Front in 1948 after it have been split from The Union Movement that is lead by Oswald Mosley and in 1949 a book that was created called The Proclamation of London who is written by Francis Parker Yockey himself but also The European Liberation Front has ended in 1954 with about 150 members in it.