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The essays contained in this book were written and published during the lifetime of George Lincoln Rockwell. Together with his two books, This Time the World and White Power, they accurately represent the worldview of one of America’s most enigmatic postwar political figures–a man who literally leapt into national prominence out of nowhere by being the first American to openly declare himself to be a National Socialist.

Some of the essays contained in this collection, such as the Fable of the Ducks and the Hens, were written before Rockwell launched his American Nazi Party in 1958, but all were reproduced once again during his lifetime in party publications or leaflets.

This volume also contains the full text of former ANP ideological officer and later leader of the National Alliance, Dr. William Pierce’s tribute to Rockwell, written after the latter’s death.

Finally, a fully comprehensive timeline of Lincoln Rockwell is included to provide the reader with a chronological sequence of his major life events.

The essays contained in this book were written and published during the lifetime of George Lincoln Rockwell. Together with his two books, This Time the World and White Power, they accurately represent the worldview of one of America’s most enigmatic postwar political figures–a man who literally leapt into national prominence out of nowhere by being the first American to openly declare himself to be a National Socialist.

Some of the essays contained in this collection, such as the Fable of the Ducks and the Hens, were written before Rockwell launched his American Nazi Party in 1958, but all were reproduced once again during his lifetime in party publications or leaflets.

This volume also contains the full text of former ANP ideological officer and later leader of the National Alliance, Dr. William Pierce’s tribute to Rockwell, written after the latter’s death.

Finally, a fully comprehensive timeline of Lincoln Rockwell is included to provide the reader with a chronological sequence of his major life events.

There are claims that Lincoln Rockwell wrote three other essays, which have been given titles such as “How to Get out and Stay out of the Insane Asylum,” “The Bible on Sharp Jewish Methods” and “Nightmare.” All three of these pieces are not independent essays but in fact extracts from Rockwell’s two books, This Time the World and White Power. As such, they are not included in this collection.

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Back in the day, these people were all the same, whether George Lincoln Rockwell in the US, Oswald Mosley in the UK, or more well-known statesmen in interwar Europe. They were nativists, protectionists, longed for dictatorship, and believed that

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Those who do not support free speech for those they despise do not support free speech at all. NoamChomsky

A scheduled appearance by controversial self-described radical anti-Christian feminist Mila Ziannopolous at UC Berkeley was canceled when campus police were unable to quell demonstrators bent upon blocking her appearance. Student demonstrators were joined by 100-150 ninja-clad members of an Oakland-based anti-Communist brigade who smashed windows and set fires. Stephen Jones, one of the leaders of the conservative student protesters, stated, I believe in free speech, but purveyors of hate speech have no right to speak on this campus or anywhereelse.

This incident followed cancellation of an appearance by Ziannapolous at UC Davis two weeks ago due to threats of violence. She had been invited by campus Democrats who emphasized that they did not necessarily agree with her views but felt she had a right to express them. For the First Amendment to have real meaning, Sheila Jackson, president of the campus Democrats stated, it must be extended to those whose views many may find offensive. A writer for a radical left website, Ziannapolous has asserted that all males, by virtue of their gender dominance, are complicit in a rape culture and that Christianity is a religion that subjugates women andminorities.

On the same day as the UC Berkeley riot, a performance by an outspoken liberal comedian at New York University was ended when conservative students stormed the auditorium and pepper-sprayed him. In 2014 a conservative pro-life professor at UC Santa Barbara harassed a pro-choice demonstrator and seized her sign. Other incidents in which liberal speakers have been blocked from appearing on college campuses have occurred in recent years. Conservative students have claimed that offensive views held by these speakers about race, religion, and gender violate their right to a safezone.

Of course, the stories above are fake news of my creation. I flipped the script of events that have occurred recently on college campuses involving incendiary conservative speakers. But if conservative students did engage in the suppression of speech described. students on the left surely would be invoking Voltaire, John Milton, John Stuart Mill, and Martin Luther King in a robust defense of free expression and with justification. Thus it is dismaying to me as a liberal that so many students and, even more disturbingly, so many faculty members on university campuses appear unclear on the concept of free expression when it applies to those they strongly disagree with. Also dismaying is the silence of the many on the left who do understand the concept but decline to speak out in defense of freespeech.

Brietbart writer Milo Yiannopolous, whose appearances were blocked at Davis and Berkeley, is a provocateur, whose stock and trade is baiting the left. He is a gay man who feels gays should stay in the closet. He ridicules the transgendered and immigrants. He accuses feminists of wallowing in victimhood and calls the rape culture a fantasy. Yiannopolous also went too far when he condoned pedophilia in a 2013 video, recently released, which got him disinvited as a speaker at a CPAC conference and ended up with his resignation from Breitbart onTuesday.

Those of us old enough to remember the 60s recall that provocateurs on the left like Eldridge Cleaver, a convicted rapist whose views on race were condemned by many civil rights leaders, were not merely tolerated but frequently welcomed on college campuses precisely because they were controversial. Those who objected to inviting such figures were dismissed with What part of Voltaire dont you understand? and rightly so. Even George Lincoln Rockwell, then leader of the American Nazi Party, was allowed to speak at UCSB in 1966. He was picketed by protesters, an exercise in their First Amendment rights, but there was no organized effort to block hisappearance.

Since that period, a view has taken root on college campuses that freedom of speech can be applied selectively and that some students and faculty members can appoint themselves guardians of what is permissible speech. The arbitrary result: Yiannapoulos encountered mass resistance while Louis Farrakhan, with a deserved reputation as an anti-Semite and misogynist, spoke at Berkeley in 2012 without getting the Black Bloctreatment.

Some who have participated in efforts to block not just outspoken conservatives but even speakers like Madeleine Albright and Laura Bush (!) among many others, have advanced the Orwellian argument that prohibiting speech is, in fact, an act of free speech (Newspeak: Suppression of speech equals freedom of speech). A number of demonstrators even condoned the storm trooper tactics of the Black Bloc anarchists who assaulted supporters of Yiannapolous at Berkeley. Yvette Felarca, a leader of the group Any Means Necessary, declared, Everyone cheered. Everyone was there with us in political agreement of the necessity of shutting it down, whatever it was going totake.

Anyone who is invited by a student group to speak at a public university has an absolute right to do so under the First Amendment. This right is not conditional or situational or debatable. Advocacy of any idea in the abstract is protected; only that narrow range of speech directly linked to specific illegal activity can be prohibited under the Constitution. The Supreme Court has ruled that even hate speech is protected and for good reason. There is no consensus on where the line is between offensive or controversial speech and hate speech. Empowering any entity to draw that line creates a dangerous slippery slope. The antidote to hate speech, as the American Civil Liberties Union has long argued, is not suppression of speech, but morespeech.

In a class on the First Amendment, Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of the UC Irvine Law School. and an ACLU liberal in the best tradition, is addressing this declining understanding in academia of what free speech means. He notes that the views of students on this subject evolve during the course as they are exposed to the history of speech and repression. They learn that the same arguments currently being used to rationalize suppression of speech have been used for centuries, often to repress movements on the left. They learn that whenever a group has asserted itself as an arbiter of permissible speech, it has abused thatpower.

The Free Speech Movement that emerged on the Berkeley campus in 1964 rejected the notion that college administrators had the right to restrict political advocacy. The irony now is that it is administrators who are resisting calls by students and faculty to restrict speech. Recent UC presidents are to be lauded for a full- throated defense of all types of advocacy, whether by a Farrakhan or a Yiannopolous. Preserving the free marketplace of ideas is an existential priority for academia. Sadly, survival of that free marketplace may require that students and faculty consider taking RemedialVoltaire.

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Day in History: Nazi Party leader to speak at Mankato State College – Post-Bulletin

A scholarship fund is being established in memory of the late Capt. Ray Sweazy of the Salvation Army. The fund will assist educational expenses for area young people who wish to become Salvation Army Officers.

The Rochester Community College women’s basketball team qualified for play in the state tournament by beating Austin 63-55 at Rockenbach Hall.

Art students at Rochester Mayo High School will paint a giant mural to add color to the interior of the new interior structure. One group of students will do this each year for the next 12.

George Lincoln Rockwell, head of the American Nazi Party, is one of the speakers scheduled during the Political Emphasis Week at Mankato State College. (Rockwell, who was a Holocaust denier, was shot and killed by a former member of his own group on August 15, 1967)

Marvin Hannenberger, who has been home on a furlough, returned to Fort Snelling today.

The call went out today for a Fillmore County civilian defense meeting in the courthouse in Preston. It was announced that Preston’s air raid warden force has been formed with Lyle Austin as chief warden.

George B. Hartman has been elected chief of the Mazeppa fire department, succeeding John Gruhlke.

Rochester has been named as the convention city for the 1918 Southeastern Minnesota Educational Association.

Captain Fred Ormond invited the public to be present during the annual inspection of the Rochester Machine Gun company at the armory. The equipment will be inspected and the unit will be put through drills.

A committee has been formed to make arrangements for a patriotic Washington’s birthday celebration. The official name of the committee is Loyalty and Patriotic Committee of Rochester.

Ten years ago: Senate Republicans foiled a Democratic bid to repudiate President George W. Bush’s deployment of 21,500 additional combat troops to Iraq. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a surprise visit to Baghdad. At Camp Pendleton, California, Marine Lance Cpl. Robert B. Pennington was sentenced to 8 years in military prison for his role in the kidnapping and killing of an Iraqi civilian (he was released early in Aug. 2007). Former French Cabinet minister Maurice Papon (pa-PAWN’), convicted of complicity in crimes against humanity for his role in deporting Jews during World War II, died near Paris at age 96.

Five years ago: Congress voted to extend a Social Security payroll tax cut for 160 million workers and to renew unemployment benefits for millions more. The New York Knicks saw their seven-game winning streak with team sensation Jeremy Lin come to an end as they lost to the New Orleans Hornets, 89-85.

One year ago: A three-way feud among the GOP’s leading White House contenders escalated, with Ted Cruz daring Donald Trump to sue him for defamation and dismissing Marco Rubio’s charges of dishonesty during a CNN forum just days before South Carolina’s high-stakes primary. Travis Hittson, a former Navy crewman, was executed in Georgia for killing a fellow sailor, Conway Utterbeck. A jury in Los Angeles acquitted an Ohio man of stalking actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Today’s birthdays: Actor Hal Holbrook is 92. Actor-comedian Barry Humphries (aka “Dame Edna”) is 83. Country singer-songwriter Johnny Bush is 82. Actress Christina Pickles is 82. Football Hall-of-Famer Jim Brown is 81. Actress Brenda Fricker is 72. Actress Rene Russo is 63. Actor Richard Karn is 61. Actor Lou Diamond Phillips is 55. Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan is 54. Actor-comedian Larry, the Cable Guy is 54. TV personality Rene Syler is 54. Movie director Michael Bay is 53. Singer Chante Moore is 50. Rock musician Timothy J. Mahoney (311) is 47. Actor Dominic Purcell is 47. Olympic gold and silver medal skier Tommy Moe is 47. Actress Denise Richards is 46. Rock singer-musician Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) is 45. Actor Jerry O’Connell is 43. Country singer Bryan White is 43. Actress Kelly Carlson is 41. Actor Ashton Holmes is 39. Actor Conrad Ricamora (TV: “How to Get Away With Murder”) is 38. Actor Jason Ritter is 37. TV personality Paris Hilton is 36. Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is 36. TV host Daphne Oz (TV: “The Chew”) is 31. Actor Chord Overstreet is 28. Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is 26. Actress Meaghan Martin is 25. Actress Sasha Pieterse is 21.

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In 1962, 55 years ago, I lived in Charlottesville, Virginia. My brother attended the University of Virginia, ThomasJefferson’s university. I attended many UVA functions.

Although the school had integrated, I do not remember any black students. Nor were there any women, except for those in the nursing program. Students wore coats and ties to class.

It was before most colleges and universities became as liberal as they are today. The university sponsored a speakers program, and I was able to secure tickets and attend four of the talks. Martin Luther King spoke that year, as did a member of the Ku Klux Klan (whose name, thankfully, I do not remember). I also heard George Lincoln Rockwell, the leader of the Nazi Party in the United States,and Gus Hall, who was chairman of the Communist Party in the United States from 1952 until his death in 2000.

There were questions from the audience after the presentations. Everyone in attendance was respectful. All the questions were reasonable, as were the responses. There was no large police presence that I recall. There were no riots, no destruction of property either before or after the talks. At the close of the presentations there was polite applause, more for some speakers, less for others.

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The Fable of the Ducks and the Hens by George Lincoln Rockwell

Their feathers burned, their combs adroop, They were the saddest sight. Theyd run a hundred miles or more, All day and then all night.

Come in! Come in! the ducks all quacked, For you our hearts do bleed! Well share our happy lot with you; Just tell us what you need!

And so these poor bedraggled hens Amongst the ducks moved in. For after all, the ducks declared, Were sisters neath the skin.

Before too many months had lapsed, The hens were good as new. They sent for all their rooster friends, And those were welcomed too.

To please their hosts, these chickens tried To waddle and to quack. To simulate the duckish ways, They quickly learned the knack.

This pleased the flock of ducks because It gratified their pride. But hear my tale and learn how they Got taken for a ride.

The ducks, it seemed, spent all their time In fixing up the place; In growing food and building homes And cleaning every space.

They asked the hens what they would do To earn their daily bread. Well teach and write and entertain, And buy and sell, they said.

And so these hens began to teach The baby ducks and chicks. They traded food and eggs and things, With many clever tricks.

They wrote great books and put on shows Of genius theyd no lack. It wasnt long till chickens owned The Duckville Daily Quack.

One day a mother duck who took Her ducklings to the lake, Was flabbergasted when one said, A swim I will not take!

Why ducklings ALWAYS swim! she gasped, Its what youre built to do! Like bunnies hop, and crickets chirp, And cows most always moo!

Youre NUTS! her son replied, That stuff is all OLD HAT! Its wrong for birds to swim besides, Its damn cold on my prat!

Oh fie! the mother duck exclaimed, Youre talking like a fool! Up quacked the other ducklings then: Hes right! We learned in school!

Such things must stop! the mother cried, Those hens cant tell such lies! For sheer ingratitude and nerve, Im sure this takes the prize!

But she was wrong, for even then The hens did thump the tub, Demanding they be let into The Duckville Swimming Club.

But you dont swim! the ducks exclaimed, To join, why should you care? Thats not the point the hens replied, To exclude us isnt fair!

The younger ducks, whod been to school Agreed right there and then, To keep them out is bigotry! Twould just be ANTI-HEN!

Outnumbered by the younger ducks, The old ducks soon did lose. The hens could join the Swimming Club, If they would pay the dues.

That night the Duckville Daily Quack Contained this banner spread: Reactionary Ducks are Licked! Duckville moves Ahead!

Down at the Duckville Gaity, The young set laughed with glee, At cracks about old fuddy ducks In burlesque repartee.

Next day the hens were at the Club; A petition theyd sent round They objected to the Swimming Fund With fury and with sound.

You use our dues to fix the pond, To keep it neat and trim And this is wrong they said, because You know we do not swim!

God help us! cried a wise old duck, These chickens have gone mad! Well take this thing to court, by George, And justice will be had!

But when they went before the judge, Imagine their dismay! A CHICKEN judge decreed that they A heavy fine must pay!

Minorities must have their rights! The judge declared right then. To use hens dues to fix the pond Is very ANTI-HEN!

Once more the Duckville Daily Quack Emblazoned cross the page: Old Fuddy Ducks Refuse to See The Great New Coming Age!!

In Duckvilles church, on Sunday morn, The preacher spoke these words: Discriminations got to stop! Remember, were all birds!

The wisest duck in all the town Sat down in black despair. Ill write a book, he thought, and then This madness I will bare!

Let swimmers swim, let hoppers hop, Let each go his own way Let none coerce a fellow bird! Was what he had to say.

Twas wrong to force the hens to swim, So heres the problems crux: Its just as bad for hens to try To CHICKENIZE our ducks!

I cant print that, the printer said, Twill put me in a mess! My shop is mortgaged to the hens The chickens own my press!

This worried duck then tried to warn His friends by speech and pen, But young ducks fresh from school just jeered, Hes a vicious ANTI-HEN!

Now up the stream a little way Was Gooseville, on the lake The hens had come to Gooseville too, But the geese were more awake.

When the hens began to spoil the young And Goosevilles laws to flout, The geese rose up in righteous wrath And simply threw them out.

Of course you know where they all ran On Duckville they converged. Weve got to take these REFUGEES Was what the hens all urged.

The Duckville Daily Quack declared: Those geese will stop at naught! They plan to conquer all the world! Atrocities theyve wrought!

Thats right! the young ducks all agreed, Well help our fellow birds! Those geese have plans to conquer us! Weve read the Quacks own words!

They let the hens from Gooseville in, The whole bedraggled pack And every hen took up a job On Duckvilles Daily Quack.

When Duckvilles Mayors term was up, The Quack put up its duck. A vain and stupid duck was he A veritable cluck!

But when he praised the wild young ducks And cursed the evil geese, The Quack declared he was all-wise; His praise would never cease.

The hens chipped in to help this cluck Give grain away for free. The old ducks sadly shook their heads The writing they could see.

And sure enough, this stupid duck, He was elected Mayor. From this point on, the Duckville ducks They never had a prayer.

The Mayor said, Gooseville must go! Well wipe them off the map! While Duckville slept, the scheming hens For Gooseville set a trap.

They called the geese by filthy names; They filled their pond with sticks. They helped the weasels catch the geese, And other hennish tricks.

The geese got mad and threw some rocks. ITS WAR! the Quack announced. We ducks must fight those evil geese Till theyve been soundly trounced!

The ducks (who knew not of the tricks Indulged in by the Mayor) Were filled with patriotic zeal And pitched right in for fair!

Now when the ducks had whipped the geese The Mayor called Retreat! Our Henville friends should really take Goosevilless big main street!

The hens are back in Gooseville now; They starved and beat the geese. They prayed for peace but organized The Henville ARMED POLICE!

They drained the Gooseville swimming pond; And De-goose-ified the schools. They wrung the neck of Goosevilles Mayor On lately made-up rules.

They formed a council of the hens UNITED BIRDS the name. The other birds who joined the thing Did not perceive the game.

No sooner had they set this up, Than they announced their plan To seize up Swanville as a home For all their hennish clan.

They took a vote amongst themselves, And every one approved! Swanville was for hens! they said, Way back, before we moved!

And so they kicked the swans all out With Duckvilles help and power And Duckville could not understand Why swans on them turned sour.

By this time, Duckville was a mess The young ducks had gone mad. They stole and laughed at truth and law; Theyd gone completely bad.

The hens were selling loco weed In every nasty den. But ducks who dared to mention this Were labelled ANTI-HEN.

The hens all preached of Tolerance; They invoked the Golden Rule. But they subsidised the indigent, The greedy and the fool.

At last the very dumbest ducks Began to smell a rat. This Mayor is no good! they cried, And we will soon fix that!

But the hens had planned for even this A candidate they had, Whom even wise old ducks believed Just never could be bad.

This hen-tool duck had whipped the geese; A soldier duck was he. Although the hens had set him up, The ducks all thought him free.

This hen-tool got elected Through ignorance and greed, Through hennish lies in press and speech, And bribes of chicken feed.

The hens now kicked the ducks around Without a blush of shame, Until the Mayor ran the town In nothing else but name.

They pumped the swimming pond all dry; They taught the ducks to crow. While duckish numbers dwindled, The hens began to grow.

The hens stirred up the happy crows From out the piney wood To fight and mix and marry ducks In the name of Brotherhood.

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“Life is struggle. Even to stand up is a struggle against the law of gravity and I think that the joy of life in the struggle itself – not the victory – because if it were we’d all lose. We’re all gonna croak. We all lose the battle of life so if you can’t find fun in the fight to live and to live to the fullest then you’re a failure already, before you even start.”

“I would like to try to be the president of B’nai B’rith. If the president of the NAACP, for instance, is a jew I don’t see why they shouldn’t have a National socialist as the head of the B’nai B’rith.”

“There should be no subject in this country that we’re afraid to discuss – especially when it impinges on the security of the United States of America and the White Christian people of the whole world!”

“I think it’s wrong, ladies and gentlemen, for anybody to to be terrorized out of investigating anything. You have the right to read any book. You have the right to hear any speaker and that includes the vile communist that I’d just as soon gas – but you ought to hear him before we gas him.” [1]

“We march and fight, to death or on to victory. Our might is right, no traitors shall prevail. Our hearts are steeled against the fiery gates of hell. No shot or shell, can still our mighty song”

“We must have a foreign policy which is based only on the long-term interests of our race, not on the interest of other races or on economic considerations or anything else.”

“We must make it an imperative duty of our government to protect the gifts which Nature has bestowed on America and to insure the maintenance of a clean, healthy, wholesome environment for our people”

It is not the evil itself which is horrifying about our times it is the way we not only tolerate evil, but have made a cult of positively worshipping weakness, depravity, rottenness and evil itself.

I don’t believe in democracy. In the second place, neither did our white forefathers. I believe, as they did, in a republican authoritarian republic with a limited electorate — just like the one the writers of our Constitution meant this country to be. When these white Christian patriots sat down to write the Declaration of Independence, there were no black citizens for them to worry about.

Being prepared to die is one of the great secrets of living.

“So far, ladies and gentlemen, look at the leaders we’ve had. We’ve had some very great ones. I would have gladly given my life following Douglas MacArthur. And I offered to fight and do anything for Joe McCarthy. And yet not one of these men ever once had the nerve to stand up and say, ‘I am a White man, and I’m gonna fight as a White man.’ Even George Wallace today is still saying, ‘Racism is evil.’ And I believe that if we keep saying this, for the benefit of the Jews, so they won’t call us hate mongers and racists – we’re gonna get whipped. I believe the time is too short. Time is desparate. It is time to stand up and tell the whole truth, and to fight for it. To organize, not as conservatives, not as Republicans, not as Democrats, not as liberals, not as Northerners, not as Southerners, not as Protestants, or religious, or anti-religious or anything else but as White men. Stand up with all our hearts and souls and unite!” [2]

“I firmly believe that the more arrogant and defiant you are of danger, the safer you are from harm. I think that’s the reason I’ve survived so many times when people have shot at me. If you’re fearless enough, it implants a certain psychology in the guy that’s trying to shoot at you. It’s almost as if he could smell your fearlessness, the way an animal smells fear. But the effect is the opposite: Instead of being emboldened to attack, he’s so unsettled that his hand shakes when he goes to pull the trigger; and this makes it almost impossible for him to hit you. Either that, or he’ll back down entirely” [3]

“You cant make a revolutionary out of a guy with two cars and an electric lawn mower and a fur toilet seat.” [4] page 16

“I like Jews. Ill be very sorry when weve killed the last of them.” (American Fuehrer, page 53)

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“This excellent biography sounds a timely warning against complacency toward contemporary extremists.” – Publishers Weekly “Strong stuff that needs to see the light of day.” – Booklist “Simonelli’s book is well worth reading. It provides a sensible antidote to the shrill cries of hateful leaders.” — Leonard Dinnerstein, American Historical Review “Call me sick, but I had to laugh sometimes while I was reading American Fuehrer … Laugh the way I would at, say, Charlie Chaplin as Adenoid Hynkel in his 1940 Hitler spoof, “The Great Dictator,” because you can’t believe someone that depraved, that clownish, that peerlessly narcissistic can win over a single person, much less crowds. Rockwell … was pathetic and probably mentally ill, but he had charisma… Another nutbar, then. Why should we care? Because, Simonelli stresses, in a nation in which Timothy McVeigh and Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris inflict themselves, Rockwell types still cut a swath.” – Katharine Whittemore, Salon Magazine “A meticulously researched work invaluable for its bibliography alone.” — Susan Canedy, The Journal of American History “[Rockwell’s] place in the resurgence of racism and anti-Semitism is contained in a biography by Frederick J. Simonelli called American Fuehrer. Read it and you’ll understand to some extent why a slick racist rabble-rouser like David Duke exists today. You’ll know why there are skinheads and why there are churches that preach the ugliest forms of separatism. Rockwell redefined Nazism to fit America… Simonelli has researched the life of hatred’s godfather for almost a decade. He knows him well.” – Al Martinez, Los Angeles Times “This is a very good book about a very ugly subject.” – Arnold Ages, Chicago Jewish Star “If you’re interested in how the network of modern hate got its start, American Fuehrer is a must-read.” – Roger Matile, Kendall County Record “The book itself is cool and serious, without a hint of sensationalism…Simonelli provides extensive documentation – and his footnotes and bibliography are, in a way, the most astonishing pages in the book… American Fuehrer is an important addition to the literature on the far right.” – Scott McLemee, In These Times “Writing about an individual whose historical legacy is radical and religious hatred is an arduous and perhaps thankless task. Simonelli, writing with grace and care, makes clear his rejection of George Lincoln Rockwell’s ideas while successfully demonstrating Rockwell’s strategies, affiliations, and significance… The subject matter of this book is not pleasant reading, but the book is both timely and important.” – Martin Ridge, Journal of Illinois History “American Fuehrer was difficult to research, and Simonelli has done an unusually industrious job of piecing together Rockwell’s personal life and painting a compelling human portrait… This first biography of one of the more enigmatic and contemptible figures of our time will be most useful to those interested in exploring the nature of anti-Semites and anti-Semitism and designing strategies to combat it.” – Glen Jeansonne, American Jewish History ADVANCE PRAISE “Simonelli has had extraordinary access to an unusual range of sources unexamined or unknown prior to his research, including private archives. This is a splendid piece of original scholarship on a significant topic, written with verve and clarity.”-Michael Barkun, author of Religion and the Racist Right: The Origins of the Christian Identity Movement “Simonelli has mined the rich lode of personal interviews and archives relating to George Lincoln Rockwell and written the definitive treatment of his subject.”-Peter Merkl, coeditor of Encounters with the Contemporary Radical Right

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The essays contained in this book were written and published during the lifetime of George Lincoln Rockwell. Together with his two books, This Time the World and White Power, they accurately represent the worldview of one of America’s most enigmatic postwar political figures–a man who literally leapt into national prominence out of nowhere by being the first American to openly declare himself to be a National Socialist. Some of the essays contained in this collection, such as the Fable of the Ducks and the Hens, were written before Rockwell launched his American Nazi Party in 1958, but all were reproduced once again during his lifetime in party publications or leaflets. This volume also contains the full text of former ANP ideological officer and later leader of the National Alliance, Dr. William Pierce’s tribute to Rockwell, written after the latter’s death. Finally, a fully comprehensive timeline of Lincoln Rockwell is included to provide the reader with a chronological sequence of his major life events. The essays contained in this book were written and published during the lifetime of George Lincoln Rockwell. Together with his two books, This Time the World and White Power, they accurately represent the worldview of one of America’s most enigmatic postwar political figures–a man who literally leapt into national prominence out of nowhere by being the first American to openly declare himself to be a National Socialist. Some of the essays contained in this collection, such as the Fable of the Ducks and the Hens, were written before Rockwell launched his American Nazi Party in 1958, but all were reproduced once again during his lifetime in party publications or leaflets. This volume also contains the full text of former ANP ideological officer and later leader of the National Alliance, Dr. William Pierce’s tribute to Rockwell, written after the latter’s death. Finally, a fully comprehensive timeline of Lincoln Rockwell is included to provide the reader with a chronological sequence of his major life events. There are claims that Lincoln Rockwell wrote three other essays, which have been given titles such as “How to Get out and Stay out of the Insane Asylum,” “The Bible on Sharp Jewish Methods” and “Nightmare.” All three of these pieces are not independent essays but in fact extracts from Rockwell’s two books, This Time the World and White Power. As such, they are not included in this collection. “synopsis” may belong to another edition of this title.

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PG Wodehouse Knew The Way: Fight Fascism With Humor – ValueWalk

PG Wodehouse Knew The Way: Fight Fascism With Humor ValueWalk Back in the day, these people were all the same, whether George Lincoln Rockwell in the US, Oswald Mosley in the UK, or more well-known statesmen in interwar Europe. They were nativists, protectionists, longed for dictatorship, and believed that …

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How Free Is Free Speech? – The Santa Barbara Independent – Santa Barbara Independent

Those who do not support free speech for those they despise do not support free speech at all. NoamChomsky A scheduled appearance by controversial self-described radical anti-Christian feminist Mila Ziannopolous at UC Berkeley was canceled when campus police were unable to quell demonstrators bent upon blocking her appearance. Student demonstrators were joined by 100-150 ninja-clad members of an Oakland-based anti-Communist brigade who smashed windows and set fires. Stephen Jones, one of the leaders of the conservative student protesters, stated, I believe in free speech, but purveyors of hate speech have no right to speak on this campus or anywhereelse. This incident followed cancellation of an appearance by Ziannapolous at UC Davis two weeks ago due to threats of violence. She had been invited by campus Democrats who emphasized that they did not necessarily agree with her views but felt she had a right to express them. For the First Amendment to have real meaning, Sheila Jackson, president of the campus Democrats stated, it must be extended to those whose views many may find offensive. A writer for a radical left website, Ziannapolous has asserted that all males, by virtue of their gender dominance, are complicit in a rape culture and that Christianity is a religion that subjugates women andminorities. On the same day as the UC Berkeley riot, a performance by an outspoken liberal comedian at New York University was ended when conservative students stormed the auditorium and pepper-sprayed him. In 2014 a conservative pro-life professor at UC Santa Barbara harassed a pro-choice demonstrator and seized her sign. Other incidents in which liberal speakers have been blocked from appearing on college campuses have occurred in recent years. Conservative students have claimed that offensive views held by these speakers about race, religion, and gender violate their right to a safezone. Of course, the stories above are fake news of my creation. I flipped the script of events that have occurred recently on college campuses involving incendiary conservative speakers. But if conservative students did engage in the suppression of speech described. students on the left surely would be invoking Voltaire, John Milton, John Stuart Mill, and Martin Luther King in a robust defense of free expression and with justification. Thus it is dismaying to me as a liberal that so many students and, even more disturbingly, so many faculty members on university campuses appear unclear on the concept of free expression when it applies to those they strongly disagree with. Also dismaying is the silence of the many on the left who do understand the concept but decline to speak out in defense of freespeech. Brietbart writer Milo Yiannopolous, whose appearances were blocked at Davis and Berkeley, is a provocateur, whose stock and trade is baiting the left. He is a gay man who feels gays should stay in the closet. He ridicules the transgendered and immigrants. He accuses feminists of wallowing in victimhood and calls the rape culture a fantasy. Yiannopolous also went too far when he condoned pedophilia in a 2013 video, recently released, which got him disinvited as a speaker at a CPAC conference and ended up with his resignation from Breitbart onTuesday. Those of us old enough to remember the 60s recall that provocateurs on the left like Eldridge Cleaver, a convicted rapist whose views on race were condemned by many civil rights leaders, were not merely tolerated but frequently welcomed on college campuses precisely because they were controversial. Those who objected to inviting such figures were dismissed with What part of Voltaire dont you understand? and rightly so. Even George Lincoln Rockwell, then leader of the American Nazi Party, was allowed to speak at UCSB in 1966. He was picketed by protesters, an exercise in their First Amendment rights, but there was no organized effort to block hisappearance. Since that period, a view has taken root on college campuses that freedom of speech can be applied selectively and that some students and faculty members can appoint themselves guardians of what is permissible speech. The arbitrary result: Yiannapoulos encountered mass resistance while Louis Farrakhan, with a deserved reputation as an anti-Semite and misogynist, spoke at Berkeley in 2012 without getting the Black Bloctreatment. Some who have participated in efforts to block not just outspoken conservatives but even speakers like Madeleine Albright and Laura Bush (!) among many others, have advanced the Orwellian argument that prohibiting speech is, in fact, an act of free speech (Newspeak: Suppression of speech equals freedom of speech). A number of demonstrators even condoned the storm trooper tactics of the Black Bloc anarchists who assaulted supporters of Yiannapolous at Berkeley. Yvette Felarca, a leader of the group Any Means Necessary, declared, Everyone cheered. Everyone was there with us in political agreement of the necessity of shutting it down, whatever it was going totake. Anyone who is invited by a student group to speak at a public university has an absolute right to do so under the First Amendment. This right is not conditional or situational or debatable. Advocacy of any idea in the abstract is protected; only that narrow range of speech directly linked to specific illegal activity can be prohibited under the Constitution. The Supreme Court has ruled that even hate speech is protected and for good reason. There is no consensus on where the line is between offensive or controversial speech and hate speech. Empowering any entity to draw that line creates a dangerous slippery slope. The antidote to hate speech, as the American Civil Liberties Union has long argued, is not suppression of speech, but morespeech. In a class on the First Amendment, Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of the UC Irvine Law School. and an ACLU liberal in the best tradition, is addressing this declining understanding in academia of what free speech means. He notes that the views of students on this subject evolve during the course as they are exposed to the history of speech and repression. They learn that the same arguments currently being used to rationalize suppression of speech have been used for centuries, often to repress movements on the left. They learn that whenever a group has asserted itself as an arbiter of permissible speech, it has abused thatpower. The Free Speech Movement that emerged on the Berkeley campus in 1964 rejected the notion that college administrators had the right to restrict political advocacy. The irony now is that it is administrators who are resisting calls by students and faculty to restrict speech. Recent UC presidents are to be lauded for a full- throated defense of all types of advocacy, whether by a Farrakhan or a Yiannopolous. Preserving the free marketplace of ideas is an existential priority for academia. Sadly, survival of that free marketplace may require that students and faculty consider taking RemedialVoltaire.

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Day in History: Nazi Party leader to speak at Mankato State College – Post-Bulletin

A scholarship fund is being established in memory of the late Capt. Ray Sweazy of the Salvation Army. The fund will assist educational expenses for area young people who wish to become Salvation Army Officers. The Rochester Community College women’s basketball team qualified for play in the state tournament by beating Austin 63-55 at Rockenbach Hall. Art students at Rochester Mayo High School will paint a giant mural to add color to the interior of the new interior structure. One group of students will do this each year for the next 12. George Lincoln Rockwell, head of the American Nazi Party, is one of the speakers scheduled during the Political Emphasis Week at Mankato State College. (Rockwell, who was a Holocaust denier, was shot and killed by a former member of his own group on August 15, 1967) Marvin Hannenberger, who has been home on a furlough, returned to Fort Snelling today. The call went out today for a Fillmore County civilian defense meeting in the courthouse in Preston. It was announced that Preston’s air raid warden force has been formed with Lyle Austin as chief warden. George B. Hartman has been elected chief of the Mazeppa fire department, succeeding John Gruhlke. Rochester has been named as the convention city for the 1918 Southeastern Minnesota Educational Association. Captain Fred Ormond invited the public to be present during the annual inspection of the Rochester Machine Gun company at the armory. The equipment will be inspected and the unit will be put through drills. A committee has been formed to make arrangements for a patriotic Washington’s birthday celebration. The official name of the committee is Loyalty and Patriotic Committee of Rochester. Ten years ago: Senate Republicans foiled a Democratic bid to repudiate President George W. Bush’s deployment of 21,500 additional combat troops to Iraq. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a surprise visit to Baghdad. At Camp Pendleton, California, Marine Lance Cpl. Robert B. Pennington was sentenced to 8 years in military prison for his role in the kidnapping and killing of an Iraqi civilian (he was released early in Aug. 2007). Former French Cabinet minister Maurice Papon (pa-PAWN’), convicted of complicity in crimes against humanity for his role in deporting Jews during World War II, died near Paris at age 96. Five years ago: Congress voted to extend a Social Security payroll tax cut for 160 million workers and to renew unemployment benefits for millions more. The New York Knicks saw their seven-game winning streak with team sensation Jeremy Lin come to an end as they lost to the New Orleans Hornets, 89-85. One year ago: A three-way feud among the GOP’s leading White House contenders escalated, with Ted Cruz daring Donald Trump to sue him for defamation and dismissing Marco Rubio’s charges of dishonesty during a CNN forum just days before South Carolina’s high-stakes primary. Travis Hittson, a former Navy crewman, was executed in Georgia for killing a fellow sailor, Conway Utterbeck. A jury in Los Angeles acquitted an Ohio man of stalking actress Gwyneth Paltrow. Today’s birthdays: Actor Hal Holbrook is 92. Actor-comedian Barry Humphries (aka “Dame Edna”) is 83. Country singer-songwriter Johnny Bush is 82. Actress Christina Pickles is 82. Football Hall-of-Famer Jim Brown is 81. Actress Brenda Fricker is 72. Actress Rene Russo is 63. Actor Richard Karn is 61. Actor Lou Diamond Phillips is 55. Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan is 54. Actor-comedian Larry, the Cable Guy is 54. TV personality Rene Syler is 54. Movie director Michael Bay is 53. Singer Chante Moore is 50. Rock musician Timothy J. Mahoney (311) is 47. Actor Dominic Purcell is 47. Olympic gold and silver medal skier Tommy Moe is 47. Actress Denise Richards is 46. Rock singer-musician Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) is 45. Actor Jerry O’Connell is 43. Country singer Bryan White is 43. Actress Kelly Carlson is 41. Actor Ashton Holmes is 39. Actor Conrad Ricamora (TV: “How to Get Away With Murder”) is 38. Actor Jason Ritter is 37. TV personality Paris Hilton is 36. Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is 36. TV host Daphne Oz (TV: “The Chew”) is 31. Actor Chord Overstreet is 28. Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is 26. Actress Meaghan Martin is 25. Actress Sasha Pieterse is 21.

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Recalling more civil times – San Angelo Standard-Times – San Angelo Standard Times

Subscribe today for full access on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Everyone in attendance was respectful. All the questions were reasonable, as were the responses. Try Another Audio CAPTCHA Image CAPTCHA Help CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Andrew Marks, Reader contributor 6:06 p.m. CT Feb. 10, 2017 In 1962, 55 years ago, I lived in Charlottesville, Virginia. My brother attended the University of Virginia, ThomasJefferson’s university. I attended many UVA functions. Although the school had integrated, I do not remember any black students. Nor were there any women, except for those in the nursing program. Students wore coats and ties to class. It was before most colleges and universities became as liberal as they are today. The university sponsored a speakers program, and I was able to secure tickets and attend four of the talks. Martin Luther King spoke that year, as did a member of the Ku Klux Klan (whose name, thankfully, I do not remember). I also heard George Lincoln Rockwell, the leader of the Nazi Party in the United States,and Gus Hall, who was chairman of the Communist Party in the United States from 1952 until his death in 2000. There were questions from the audience after the presentations. Everyone in attendance was respectful. All the questions were reasonable, as were the responses. There was no large police presence that I recall. There were no riots, no destruction of property either before or after the talks. At the close of the presentations there was polite applause, more for some speakers, less for others. Andrew Marks, San Angelo Read or Share this story: http://www.gosanangelo.com/story/opinion/readers/2017/02/10/recalling-more-civil-times/97658472/ 0) { %> 0) { %>

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The Fable of the Ducks and the Hens by George Lincoln Rockwell

Their feathers burned, their combs adroop, They were the saddest sight. Theyd run a hundred miles or more, All day and then all night. Come in! Come in! the ducks all quacked, For you our hearts do bleed! Well share our happy lot with you; Just tell us what you need! And so these poor bedraggled hens Amongst the ducks moved in. For after all, the ducks declared, Were sisters neath the skin. Before too many months had lapsed, The hens were good as new. They sent for all their rooster friends, And those were welcomed too. To please their hosts, these chickens tried To waddle and to quack. To simulate the duckish ways, They quickly learned the knack. This pleased the flock of ducks because It gratified their pride. But hear my tale and learn how they Got taken for a ride. The ducks, it seemed, spent all their time In fixing up the place; In growing food and building homes And cleaning every space. They asked the hens what they would do To earn their daily bread. Well teach and write and entertain, And buy and sell, they said. And so these hens began to teach The baby ducks and chicks. They traded food and eggs and things, With many clever tricks. They wrote great books and put on shows Of genius theyd no lack. It wasnt long till chickens owned The Duckville Daily Quack. One day a mother duck who took Her ducklings to the lake, Was flabbergasted when one said, A swim I will not take! Why ducklings ALWAYS swim! she gasped, Its what youre built to do! Like bunnies hop, and crickets chirp, And cows most always moo! Youre NUTS! her son replied, That stuff is all OLD HAT! Its wrong for birds to swim besides, Its damn cold on my prat! Oh fie! the mother duck exclaimed, Youre talking like a fool! Up quacked the other ducklings then: Hes right! We learned in school! Such things must stop! the mother cried, Those hens cant tell such lies! For sheer ingratitude and nerve, Im sure this takes the prize! But she was wrong, for even then The hens did thump the tub, Demanding they be let into The Duckville Swimming Club. But you dont swim! the ducks exclaimed, To join, why should you care? Thats not the point the hens replied, To exclude us isnt fair! The younger ducks, whod been to school Agreed right there and then, To keep them out is bigotry! Twould just be ANTI-HEN! Outnumbered by the younger ducks, The old ducks soon did lose. The hens could join the Swimming Club, If they would pay the dues. That night the Duckville Daily Quack Contained this banner spread: Reactionary Ducks are Licked! Duckville moves Ahead! Down at the Duckville Gaity, The young set laughed with glee, At cracks about old fuddy ducks In burlesque repartee. Next day the hens were at the Club; A petition theyd sent round They objected to the Swimming Fund With fury and with sound. You use our dues to fix the pond, To keep it neat and trim And this is wrong they said, because You know we do not swim! God help us! cried a wise old duck, These chickens have gone mad! Well take this thing to court, by George, And justice will be had! But when they went before the judge, Imagine their dismay! A CHICKEN judge decreed that they A heavy fine must pay! Minorities must have their rights! The judge declared right then. To use hens dues to fix the pond Is very ANTI-HEN! Once more the Duckville Daily Quack Emblazoned cross the page: Old Fuddy Ducks Refuse to See The Great New Coming Age!! In Duckvilles church, on Sunday morn, The preacher spoke these words: Discriminations got to stop! Remember, were all birds! The wisest duck in all the town Sat down in black despair. Ill write a book, he thought, and then This madness I will bare! Let swimmers swim, let hoppers hop, Let each go his own way Let none coerce a fellow bird! Was what he had to say. Twas wrong to force the hens to swim, So heres the problems crux: Its just as bad for hens to try To CHICKENIZE our ducks! I cant print that, the printer said, Twill put me in a mess! My shop is mortgaged to the hens The chickens own my press! This worried duck then tried to warn His friends by speech and pen, But young ducks fresh from school just jeered, Hes a vicious ANTI-HEN! Now up the stream a little way Was Gooseville, on the lake The hens had come to Gooseville too, But the geese were more awake. When the hens began to spoil the young And Goosevilles laws to flout, The geese rose up in righteous wrath And simply threw them out. Of course you know where they all ran On Duckville they converged. Weve got to take these REFUGEES Was what the hens all urged. The Duckville Daily Quack declared: Those geese will stop at naught! They plan to conquer all the world! Atrocities theyve wrought! Thats right! the young ducks all agreed, Well help our fellow birds! Those geese have plans to conquer us! Weve read the Quacks own words! They let the hens from Gooseville in, The whole bedraggled pack And every hen took up a job On Duckvilles Daily Quack. When Duckvilles Mayors term was up, The Quack put up its duck. A vain and stupid duck was he A veritable cluck! But when he praised the wild young ducks And cursed the evil geese, The Quack declared he was all-wise; His praise would never cease. The hens chipped in to help this cluck Give grain away for free. The old ducks sadly shook their heads The writing they could see. And sure enough, this stupid duck, He was elected Mayor. From this point on, the Duckville ducks They never had a prayer. The Mayor said, Gooseville must go! Well wipe them off the map! While Duckville slept, the scheming hens For Gooseville set a trap. They called the geese by filthy names; They filled their pond with sticks. They helped the weasels catch the geese, And other hennish tricks. The geese got mad and threw some rocks. ITS WAR! the Quack announced. We ducks must fight those evil geese Till theyve been soundly trounced! The ducks (who knew not of the tricks Indulged in by the Mayor) Were filled with patriotic zeal And pitched right in for fair! Now when the ducks had whipped the geese The Mayor called Retreat! Our Henville friends should really take Goosevilless big main street! The hens are back in Gooseville now; They starved and beat the geese. They prayed for peace but organized The Henville ARMED POLICE! They drained the Gooseville swimming pond; And De-goose-ified the schools. They wrung the neck of Goosevilles Mayor On lately made-up rules. They formed a council of the hens UNITED BIRDS the name. The other birds who joined the thing Did not perceive the game. No sooner had they set this up, Than they announced their plan To seize up Swanville as a home For all their hennish clan. They took a vote amongst themselves, And every one approved! Swanville was for hens! they said, Way back, before we moved! And so they kicked the swans all out With Duckvilles help and power And Duckville could not understand Why swans on them turned sour. By this time, Duckville was a mess The young ducks had gone mad. They stole and laughed at truth and law; Theyd gone completely bad. The hens were selling loco weed In every nasty den. But ducks who dared to mention this Were labelled ANTI-HEN. The hens all preached of Tolerance; They invoked the Golden Rule. But they subsidised the indigent, The greedy and the fool. At last the very dumbest ducks Began to smell a rat. This Mayor is no good! they cried, And we will soon fix that! But the hens had planned for even this A candidate they had, Whom even wise old ducks believed Just never could be bad. This hen-tool duck had whipped the geese; A soldier duck was he. Although the hens had set him up, The ducks all thought him free. This hen-tool got elected Through ignorance and greed, Through hennish lies in press and speech, And bribes of chicken feed. The hens now kicked the ducks around Without a blush of shame, Until the Mayor ran the town In nothing else but name. They pumped the swimming pond all dry; They taught the ducks to crow. While duckish numbers dwindled, The hens began to grow. The hens stirred up the happy crows From out the piney wood To fight and mix and marry ducks In the name of Brotherhood.

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George Lincoln Rockwell quotes – Metapedia

From Metapedia Below are quotes from George Lincoln Rockwell. “Life is struggle. Even to stand up is a struggle against the law of gravity and I think that the joy of life in the struggle itself – not the victory – because if it were we’d all lose. We’re all gonna croak. We all lose the battle of life so if you can’t find fun in the fight to live and to live to the fullest then you’re a failure already, before you even start.” “I would like to try to be the president of B’nai B’rith. If the president of the NAACP, for instance, is a jew I don’t see why they shouldn’t have a National socialist as the head of the B’nai B’rith.” “There should be no subject in this country that we’re afraid to discuss – especially when it impinges on the security of the United States of America and the White Christian people of the whole world!” “I think it’s wrong, ladies and gentlemen, for anybody to to be terrorized out of investigating anything. You have the right to read any book. You have the right to hear any speaker and that includes the vile communist that I’d just as soon gas – but you ought to hear him before we gas him.” [1] “We march and fight, to death or on to victory. Our might is right, no traitors shall prevail. Our hearts are steeled against the fiery gates of hell. No shot or shell, can still our mighty song” “We must have a foreign policy which is based only on the long-term interests of our race, not on the interest of other races or on economic considerations or anything else.” “We must make it an imperative duty of our government to protect the gifts which Nature has bestowed on America and to insure the maintenance of a clean, healthy, wholesome environment for our people” It is not the evil itself which is horrifying about our times it is the way we not only tolerate evil, but have made a cult of positively worshipping weakness, depravity, rottenness and evil itself. I don’t believe in democracy. In the second place, neither did our white forefathers. I believe, as they did, in a republican authoritarian republic with a limited electorate — just like the one the writers of our Constitution meant this country to be. When these white Christian patriots sat down to write the Declaration of Independence, there were no black citizens for them to worry about. Being prepared to die is one of the great secrets of living. “So far, ladies and gentlemen, look at the leaders we’ve had. We’ve had some very great ones. I would have gladly given my life following Douglas MacArthur. And I offered to fight and do anything for Joe McCarthy. And yet not one of these men ever once had the nerve to stand up and say, ‘I am a White man, and I’m gonna fight as a White man.’ Even George Wallace today is still saying, ‘Racism is evil.’ And I believe that if we keep saying this, for the benefit of the Jews, so they won’t call us hate mongers and racists – we’re gonna get whipped. I believe the time is too short. Time is desparate. It is time to stand up and tell the whole truth, and to fight for it. To organize, not as conservatives, not as Republicans, not as Democrats, not as liberals, not as Northerners, not as Southerners, not as Protestants, or religious, or anti-religious or anything else but as White men. Stand up with all our hearts and souls and unite!” [2] “I firmly believe that the more arrogant and defiant you are of danger, the safer you are from harm. I think that’s the reason I’ve survived so many times when people have shot at me. If you’re fearless enough, it implants a certain psychology in the guy that’s trying to shoot at you. It’s almost as if he could smell your fearlessness, the way an animal smells fear. But the effect is the opposite: Instead of being emboldened to attack, he’s so unsettled that his hand shakes when he goes to pull the trigger; and this makes it almost impossible for him to hit you. Either that, or he’ll back down entirely” [3] “You cant make a revolutionary out of a guy with two cars and an electric lawn mower and a fur toilet seat.” [4] page 16 “I like Jews. Ill be very sorry when weve killed the last of them.” (American Fuehrer, page 53)

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George Lincoln Rockwell – amazon.com

“This excellent biography sounds a timely warning against complacency toward contemporary extremists.” – Publishers Weekly “Strong stuff that needs to see the light of day.” – Booklist “Simonelli’s book is well worth reading. It provides a sensible antidote to the shrill cries of hateful leaders.” — Leonard Dinnerstein, American Historical Review “Call me sick, but I had to laugh sometimes while I was reading American Fuehrer … Laugh the way I would at, say, Charlie Chaplin as Adenoid Hynkel in his 1940 Hitler spoof, “The Great Dictator,” because you can’t believe someone that depraved, that clownish, that peerlessly narcissistic can win over a single person, much less crowds. Rockwell … was pathetic and probably mentally ill, but he had charisma… Another nutbar, then. Why should we care? Because, Simonelli stresses, in a nation in which Timothy McVeigh and Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris inflict themselves, Rockwell types still cut a swath.” – Katharine Whittemore, Salon Magazine “A meticulously researched work invaluable for its bibliography alone.” — Susan Canedy, The Journal of American History “[Rockwell’s] place in the resurgence of racism and anti-Semitism is contained in a biography by Frederick J. Simonelli called American Fuehrer. Read it and you’ll understand to some extent why a slick racist rabble-rouser like David Duke exists today. You’ll know why there are skinheads and why there are churches that preach the ugliest forms of separatism. Rockwell redefined Nazism to fit America… Simonelli has researched the life of hatred’s godfather for almost a decade. He knows him well.” – Al Martinez, Los Angeles Times “This is a very good book about a very ugly subject.” – Arnold Ages, Chicago Jewish Star “If you’re interested in how the network of modern hate got its start, American Fuehrer is a must-read.” – Roger Matile, Kendall County Record “The book itself is cool and serious, without a hint of sensationalism…Simonelli provides extensive documentation – and his footnotes and bibliography are, in a way, the most astonishing pages in the book… American Fuehrer is an important addition to the literature on the far right.” – Scott McLemee, In These Times “Writing about an individual whose historical legacy is radical and religious hatred is an arduous and perhaps thankless task. Simonelli, writing with grace and care, makes clear his rejection of George Lincoln Rockwell’s ideas while successfully demonstrating Rockwell’s strategies, affiliations, and significance… The subject matter of this book is not pleasant reading, but the book is both timely and important.” – Martin Ridge, Journal of Illinois History “American Fuehrer was difficult to research, and Simonelli has done an unusually industrious job of piecing together Rockwell’s personal life and painting a compelling human portrait… This first biography of one of the more enigmatic and contemptible figures of our time will be most useful to those interested in exploring the nature of anti-Semites and anti-Semitism and designing strategies to combat it.” – Glen Jeansonne, American Jewish History ADVANCE PRAISE “Simonelli has had extraordinary access to an unusual range of sources unexamined or unknown prior to his research, including private archives. This is a splendid piece of original scholarship on a significant topic, written with verve and clarity.”-Michael Barkun, author of Religion and the Racist Right: The Origins of the Christian Identity Movement “Simonelli has mined the rich lode of personal interviews and archives relating to George Lincoln Rockwell and written the definitive treatment of his subject.”-Peter Merkl, coeditor of Encounters with the Contemporary Radical Right

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George Lincoln Rockwell National Socialist Pioneer – Video




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