George Lincoln Rockwell

Rockwell denied the Holocaust and believed that Martin Luther King Jr. was a tool for Jewish Communists wanting to rule the white community. He blamed the civil rights movement on the Jews.[1] He regarded Hitler as "the White savior of the twentieth century".[1] He viewed black people as a "primitive, lethargic race who desired only simple pleasures and a life of irresponsibility" and supported the resettlement of all African Americans in a new African state to be funded by the U.S. government.[1] As a supporter of racial segregation, he agreed with and quoted many leaders of the Black nationalism movement such as Elijah Muhammad and early Malcolm X.[2][page needed] In later years, Rockwell became increasingly aligned with other neo-Nazi groups, leading the World Union of National Socialists.

On August 25, 1967, Rockwell was shot and killed in Arlington by John Patler, a disgruntled former member of his party.[3]


(Taken from Wikipedia)

In this 2 hour video, the life and times of George Lincoln Rockwell is examined. George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 – August 25, 1967) was an American politician and National Socialist. Born in Bloomington, Illinois, he was of English, Scottish and French ancestry. He joined the US Navy in 1940, serving in the Atlantic and Pacific theatres of war. He was considered a good pilot. He was demobbed in 1945. He went into advertising and received a $1000 prize for one of his adverts. Recalled to service for the Korean war in 1950 he served in the rank of Lieutenant-Commander. In 1959 he was unfairly thrown out of the Navy for his political views, one year short of retirement. Consequently, he founded a political party, which in 1960 was renamed the American Nazi Party (ANP).