Happy George Lincoln Rockwell Day Daily Stormer

Zeiger Daily Stormer March 9, 2017

Commander Rockwell: the original Nazi troll.

Today, the 9th of March, is the 99th birthday of commander George Lincoln Rockwell, the founder of the American Nazi Party. This is a figure that everyone on the right should be familiar with, and draw inspiration from.

While theres much to be learned from the lives of Hitler or Mussolini, they lived in a very different world than what we have today; their societies werent completely Jewed in the way America is. They still had strong men and national pride.

In that sense, Rockwells life speaks to modern people much more directly than former great men who fought for Western civilization. He faced many of the same issues we face today, and fought the same forces that oppose us as well.

For this occasion, Ive made a modern, readable version of his classic autobiography This Time, the World available to everyone.

Download here. Cover by Alexander Slavros.

This is a book I would actually recommend over Mein Kampf to anyone wanting to learn about the struggle. Rockwell did some incredible things in his day, including starting popular magazines, publishing comic books, meeting with high level government officials and military leaders, and even opening communications with black nationalists who desired to separate from White America.

The American Nazi Party was the origin point for a lot of the movements and organizations that upheld the torch of radical nationalism in America. William Pierce of the National Alliance, Joseph Tomassi of the NSLF and James Mason of Universal Order were all members of Rockwells group at some point or other.

His studies in marketing gave him a keen understanding of human psychology and the use of propaganda to affect the masses. He used this understanding to great effect, taking the American media by storm in much the same way that Nazi trolls are doing today.

Its important to remember our roots and learn from our past heroes.

So lets declare this George Lincoln Rockwell day!

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