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George Lincoln Rockwell – Brown University Speech (1966)

Published on Mar 23, 2018

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5 Responses to George Lincoln Rockwell – Brown University Speech (1966)

  1. KOYOTE says:


  2. Peter says:

    The events in Charlottesville in August 2017 indirectly caused me to find this man of American history and truth.
    He wrote The Fable of the Ducks and the Hens.
    He was murdered in August 1967.

  3. galen says:

    Oh man, would I like a few hours with George were he still alive. So many arrows here that hit the mark. So many that do not. Too much to go into in a comment, but let’s just say that when he hits on solution, where he himself has arrived at, two words come flying out of him: “National Socialism.” Very big red flag. Did I mention red?

    I remember in his past him mentioning the importance of The Bill of Rights. But from listening to this vid seems he didn’t believe it applies to EVERYONE. And there’s that fine line again ‘tween pride and supremacy.

    The lecture was give 52 years ago. I’d like to think that were he still alive he have a more freedom-loving perspective, beyond any state authority. I don’t mind if groups get together and form whatever type of support systems they want, but when there’s force (often disguised as unity), that is infringement. I will give him this: he certainly had a pair.


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