George Lincoln Rockwell: Brown University Speech - 1966
The Greatest Speech given by CMDR George Lincoln Rockwell at Brown University in November of 1966 which is narrated and presented by Dr. William Luther Pierce.
George Lincoln Rockwell at Brown University (his alma mater) Forward by Dr. William Pierce; Rockwell begins at 11m 32s
Date of speech: 1966
From Brown Alumni Magazine:
George Lincoln Rockwell ’42 Arguably the most infamous graduate Brown ever produced, George Lincoln Rockwell, the founder of the American Nazi Party, was known on campus as the off-beat art editor of the student publication Sir Brown!, where he contributed cartoons and such articles as “Revolting Episode of What Two Fiendish Ghouls with Dripping Fangs Did on Arbor Day and Also What Happened in the Garage Hi-Yo Silver.”
Not until the Joseph McCarthy era did he find revelation in Mein Kampf. At first Rockwell bounced from group to group within the conservative movement, landing briefly at William Buckley’s National Review. But Rockwell’s ideas were too radical even for such groups as the Ku Klux Klan, states-rights separatists, and segregationists. After his second wife left him, he founded the American Nazi Party (ANP) in Arlington, Virginia.
In the turmoil of the 1960s, Rockwell saw himself as a lone soldier, holding the line against the enemy—the “communist” Jews in New York who were leading the civil rights “revolution.” Unfortunately, his rhetoric for a return to the America of old—the traditions, prejudices, and social conventions that were under attack— struck a nerve among some citizens. Enough people responded to allow the ANP to begin conducting guerilla protests against politicians, liberal activists, civil rights leaders, communist organizations, and student demonstrators.
Rockwell delivered his message at more than 100 universities across the country—including his alma mater. His talks were unambiguous: he despised Martin Luther King, praised Malcolm X, ridiculed Sammy Davis Jr., loathed Barry Goldwater, and sneered at the feeble John Birch Society. He was jailed, assaulted, spat upon at rallies, and committed to a mental hospital.
The Brown appearance required more finagling than R..