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From Ivory Tower to Privy Wall: On the Art of Propaganda

by George Lincoln Rockwell

If each of the men in the fable about the blind men and the elephant were required to construct a model of an elephant, there would be three very different models. 3,764 more words

Rockwell's Four Phases of Gaining Power

George Lincoln Rockwell, the famous White Supremacist and neo-Nazi, developed four phases of gaining power:

  • Phase One: Become known. This includes “getting in the headlines,” rallies and promotional material.
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commander rockwell at brown u in spring 1966, good sound quality

ok i was looking for a formal DEBATE, here is a long one with rockwell vs stokely carmichael, the famous black panther. 3,311 more words

Fable of the Ducks & Hens

The following famous tale by George Lincoln Rockwell is among the many utterances which caused him to be denounced as an “anti-hennite.” Under federal legislation which some have proposed, he could have been charged with a “hate crime” for expressing such “bigoted” thoughts. 1,856 more words

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In Hoc Signo Vinces

“When human hearts break and human souls despair, then from the twilight of the past the great conquerors of distress and care, of shame and misery, of spiritual bondage and physical duress, look down upon them and hold out their eternal hands to despairing mortals. 5,891 more words


The Big Lie: Who REALLY Told It?

It has been a cliché among the uninformed that Adolf Hitler invented the so-called Big Lie. The fact that it was his Jewish opponents who themselves invented this dastardly device and that it was the  1,043 more words

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