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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

09:02 min | 7 months ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Like these are all groups like the Belgian see like Pro Congolese control of Belgium like the Belgians weren't Pro-nazi but like these Belgian start to get pro-nazi now because they realize there's like this white identity thing but also this this weird religion that is more attractive to them than actual national socialism would have been. It's interesting I mean. It seems like part of her effectiveness is in like having so many little bits of things people to latch onto so that even if you don't agree with the larger ideology Y- There's a worm on a hook that will get you in. That's called syncretism. That's what syncretism really is is like all these different things kind of. It's like a category of ideology with like Nazism at the core. All these things sticking to it and these things get other people stuck to them. So like yeah. That's what we start to see happening in the early nineteen sixties In nineteen sixty two Savitri was in England again for a gathering of worldwide Nazis that included Bastard pod main character George Lincoln Rockwell. Oh I know this. Nah Not really bad. That'S L R to get way. Yeah we're not great. Okay Savitri. Debbie was one of the signatories for the World Union of National Socialists and proposed organization to form a quote combat efficient international apparatus to facilitate a return to Nazi values and the extermination of non whites from western nations. Now ones wound up being a bust for several reasons including the fact that Russia was almost immediately kicked out of the United Kingdom but he and Savitri developed a friendly relationship. The leader of the American Nazi party had been on the lookout for a new American fascist. Religion something esoteric and enchanting that. He could use to draw in new members in a way that national socialist political theory and unvarnished racism. Just did not and he must have thought. The lightning in the sun had some potential for he published an abridged version of the book in the National Socialist World magazine the lightning in the US. The lightning in the Senate should be said could be a why book that like is out right now. I it might be two entirely on Esther. Double a book might actually be. Nazi propaganda. Hidden is young adult. The show you can't put it past. Yeah yeah no no much like for example. The bail base wait. What yet as a base. Where Nazis did you not hear that. Oh Adam Todd Brown great article about this for crack the base vases was a Nazi submarine base. If you watch the music video for all that she wants is another baby the woman who just wants another baby to get on welfare is like holding a star of David the entire time. And there's all these long lingering shots of it. There's a bunch of other stuff. The sign that they saw is clearly a swastika. If you listen to the lyrics it's fucked up for we have to blaze past that right now. I found I found a book called lightning on the Sun. That's pretty close to Nazi shit. It's about a guy named Glenn. Miller is a store. Yeah Glen Schmidt who I'd be Nazi a Moon God. Yup that's Nazi shit there. It is or anti-nazi since knots was all about the sun. God it could be either. Really Savitri. Debbie would go on to spend the bulk of her remaining years in India travelling irregularly when the demands of her national socialist beliefs took her around the world. She remained convinced all her life that Hitler would return. Either in a new incarnation or after revealing that he had somehow survived the war and lead a resurgent Nazism to global victory. She retired in nineteen seventy living for a time at the home of a friend. Francois Dior in England. That's the Dior. You're thinking of really. Yeah it's well it's it's like the daughter I think of the woman who created the line. Yeah Oh good big Nazi backer before the war. Yeah Wow okay learn. More Fashion Knowledge Savitri. Debbie was kicked out of yours house eventually for her twin habits of refusing to bathe ever and chewing garlic constantly. Kelly disgusting I. That's what gets the reaction. She's terrible chewing garlic a lot over this summer. It helps preserve your voice. I don't think that's why she was doing. Does she While chewing on garlic do we know What happened to her cats? Oh solid question Jamie. Well she had pet cats into twenty minutes she left Nazi Germany with she. I was just about to say. She spent most of her remaining years living alone. In India with dozens sometimes have pet cats. At least one cobra she always had a fuck low. Two cats yeah. This woman couldn't get away from her cats. I think one thing about her that the cats live long that the original twenty cats she left behind would still be alive. But that's because I think a lot of them were. I think a lot of oh she. She was taking them with I. I don't know precisely but my assumption based on having I know Savitri Devi is that she would have absolutely tried to get back her original cats if it was possible. She was very indicates. Yeah okay would not have abandoned the cats. I don't think she was. She was real consistent about that part Yeah as she grew older. Debbie became more and more convinced that the United States represented the most fertile ground for the growth of the Esoteric Nazi religion. She had spent her life helping to construct in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. She decided to travel to the United States to do what she could do to help. American Nazism break out as a national force. She died on the way while staying at a friend's house. In Great Britain her ashes however finally made it across the pond to the United States of America. In American Nazis laid to rest by sprinkling her on their Heroes Grave. George Lincoln Rockwell Rockwell and Savitri debusschere grave. Yeah Wow okay. So she's like okay. Yeah you know who doesn't share a grave with George Lincoln Rockwell and Savitri Debbie the products and services? We're about hawk. Yes for now. You never know for now for now. Hi everybody my name. Is Max. Homa Shane Bacon? And we want to tell you about our new podcast get a grip with Maxima and Shane vacant a PGA Tour champion and a guy that has dreamed his whole life to be on the largest stage compete in the biggest events and have a chance at making history in a sport. That has been a bit of a roller coaster for me as a professional. I the only reason you chase this dream of being a pro is you could one day. Become a crossover media darling. Youtube could be co host of a podcast and that dream is now a reality. Maximum will take it through life on the PGA tour and our goal is to allow you in as we both pay our respective ransom bills from this silly sport that we can't help but love to do us a favor. Download and subscribe to get a grip with maximum shame bacon. It's our opportunity to bring to life the conversations we are already having the ransom tangents. We will tackle in the best and worst parts of being a professional golfer way. More best parts Bro. Listen and follow. Get a grip of Maximun. Shane Bacon on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. We're back we're back so Savitri Davies dead. Good Nellie but this is not the end for her not really. Because starting in the late nineteen seventies a famous Holocaust denier publisher Ernst Zindel had found her old workin started pushing it back into circulation now. It only developed limited audience in those early postwar days but now nearly twenty years later People were ready for Esoteric Hitlerism. The book Hitler's Priestess Notes. But the late nineteen seventies. The historical experience of the Third Reich was quickly receding into the past as popular literature and films ably demonstrated. Nazism was becoming something. Mythical even fantastic and also plastic that could be combined with novel Associations Eighties Lyrics by publishing the work of Savitri Devi Zindel aim to create a new Kotik interest in Hitler linking him to ancient mysteries the world of nature and powerful religious symbols drawn from the Orient. See she was. She saying there by saying it's plastic. 'cause he's pointing out these weird movies now about like Nazis on the moon you know you've got these fanciful stories like Wolfenstein. These games about like Nazi like all of this. This this fictional world that's been built up like mythology built up around the Nazis. Usually not by people who are actual Nazis and a lot of cases just by people who are like well. They're the worst people ever so I can make.

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Whole Hearted

Unorthodox

09:43 min | 7 months ago

Whole Hearted

"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of packages if approved a portion of the project could be up and running this summer with completion by the end of the year if permitting goes as planned Amazon says once it is complete to about two hundred jobs are expected the plans are expected to be discussed this evening at seven by The Lion township Planning Commission Amazon canceling of books that promote racial hate right CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has the details Amazon is exiling books written by **** and white supremacist it's pulled selections by former KKK leader David Duke and American **** party founder George Lincoln Rockwell it's also banned books like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and a history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind third party sellers to stock Amazon's virtual shelves don't like it the online retailer which now controls at least two thirds of the book market says it's offering should provide a positive customer experience Deborah Rodriguez CBS news Facebook has agreed to a five hundred fifty million dollar settlement of a class action lawsuit that accuses it of violating the rights of millions of Illinois users by harvesting their biometric data without permission the settlement which still needs judicial approval could be bad news for other tech companies being sued under the state's unique two thousand eight law that allows individuals to sue in such instances the law was passed in reaction to the collapse of a company whose assets including its customers by metric data was expected to be auctioned off privacy advocates hailed the law's the nation's strongest form of user protection in the commercial use of such data the cost of filling up the tank is down a bit to play Michigan says the statewide average for a gallon of gas is down.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Either got to be for revolution or you got to be for the status quo is telling most of us we don't belong he says voters expect honesty on how much some of Sanders big ideas will cost record wins in California the National Weather Service recorded a gust of two hundred mark nine miles an hour on top of Kirkwood mountain south Lake Tahoe to the west at the beach in San Francisco joggers are being overtaken by waves is there running I think everybody's really attracted to it but at the same time a little bit freaked out by it winds brought down trees and power lines in the bay area knocking out electricity to tens of thousands Amazon yanking books from online store shelves for what it calls content providing an unacceptable experience they include books by former KKK leader David Duke the founder of the American **** party George Lincoln Rockwell this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today live from the family to go to traffic center looks good on our valley freeways right now as far as accidents going H. B. and metro given us the all clear on and off the freeways your ex Surgeon K. acts and the weather forecast for Las Vegas and southern Nevada to be drying out today after some overnight rain the wind will return though with gusts up to twenty miles per hour and cooler temperatures that stable of the mid sixties today overnight lows gonna fall back to the forties that's where we are now forty six in Las Vegas the only way you can take care accent he with use the radio dot com app downloaded today listen anytime anywhere mark Thomas news talk eight forty K. accented let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably know the law ask if anybody notice to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I could tell you. Wow. I didn't realize take credit for it. But I guess it's about him. So he might as well, you know, bask in the glow of a Pulitzer prize. Unfortunately, I don't think he realizes that didn't hear the whole thing is about the payoffs to starting down and McDougal just let him we all know he doesn't like to read. But he just he just hurt. He saw the headline. In the same Senate. Right, right. So he's you know what? Because he didn't win the Nobel peace prize for the Kim Jong UN meetings. So he figures. Okay. Well, this is the next best thing exactly oppose the price is a big deal. Speaking of pose a price. I don't know if it playboy magazine it ever been nominated for any sort of surprise. Although all those seriously Pulitzer when I say. Surprise, right. Okay. I would think that some of the articles that have been in playboy over the years. There is a pretty good articles believe it or not pretty interesting interviews. Yeah. Yeah. There were really good with the. I know that's the joke is that the old joke from way back. Why would you get the playboys got up for the interviews? Bad joke. But to the matter is back in the day, some of the really. Groundbreaking interviews with political figures with celebrities, whomever that may be ended up in playboy. I mean, if you were a politician back in the seventies or eighties. You to a play may believe the seventies. You do a playboy interview Jimmy Carter's career? Yeah. Absolutely. Not that. He was a great president. But it definitely helped them. Yeah. I mean, more people read playboy than let onto you know, they they were the ones of all people. They sent Alex Haley to interview George Lincoln Rockwell who was the head of the white supremacist. Yeah. I thought boy that's pretty.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"N. dot f._m. so hopping to one of those you want to go on the air with us in studio with you it's ian i'm laurel i i'm johnson after correct my air was corrected by one of the chatters in the discord server and the on air now room apparently the big gulp i misremembered is actually a seven eleven product not a circle a spherical k. product which is what we were discussing before because sarah had called in saying that circle k. was expanding stubbornly comedy like are they even know where the for anything did they ever do anything that made them stand out amongst all the other convenience stores out there and i just i thought it was the big goal but that was seven elevens They stopped something like a over a ton of marijuana worth out of these carrot shipments. So it was pretty amazing story from the summer of two thousand sixteen. Let's go to your calls and thoughts coming up. You've got a story. Also Johnson about Joe Biden. Maybe uncle just some people are saying he's a creep others are saying he's a creep. But it's okay. But it's okay that he's he's creepy because he's a democrat. So it's fine. Let's go to Robert there's I don't if it's Roberts are in. Florida are calling from Florida you're on free talk live watching online on Utah. My name in both. They revile our whole, oh, that's actually your name. At actually now kind of Dartmouth look on up off with gay, and I don't have much time. But I want to say about give you prompt you screwed up off not whiskey. We're on it. Don't you? Gotcha. Yeah. Like, I'm like, southern Beyonce. You know, look man, I give you guys big props for being one of the few internet last radio stations still around and twenty nine that actually cares about anti sadism and different points of view. For instance. When I want to talk about is the disgusting transgender destruction of our children with the garbage and the garbage back that the top of a certain tribe that we're not allowed to talk about the prophet of the transgenders doing to destroy people's children. Okay. So what they're doing not all of them overall. You have some good people like oriented Mesnil, and some others friend of trite. But what you have overall the colluded effort of those try to subvert. Why Allah just like this the race just like this, the nationalist identity, and they tell kids, oh, if you feel like a girl even at three years old time, do you girl as low IQ browner's gum reported by elitist certain knows the potholes that we're not allowed to mention to destroy us than the white people in European like some really paranoid garbage. Well, it's really true mystery. And I mean, that's one thing with can't while I'm not a big fan of his anymore either as you know, but he is right about a lot of that. And he was not a racist raised in a very multicultural home. Just as I was as well, sir. So you've become a racist. Is what you're saying? Because you believe it's. I have become a racist. Because I've realized that people that look like you and me and a lot of or oral or whatever her name is like a nice girl taking never spell YouTube. So I could never find her freaking YouTube, which is annoying. And. Laurel see, Scott. I think that's what it is. Right. So it's just put in their laurel immigration and you'll find it. Okay. I'll find it. I look I'll get but the point is that these people listen breaking and I'm gender queer individual myself. I'm the gender queer Nazi you all know me as not a socialist. Right. The point is why can people not just feel feminine or beat them in it and express themselves without taking drugs without a going on board along the clergy plan without going on board along destroy white. You know, why do they surgery to mutilate genitalia? That's all I there's a lot that you've just said, then I don't really know where where to start with it. I mean, if somebody wants to put drugs in their own body, then who am I to say that they're right or wrong about that? In my secretary and monarch state. There could be a certain amount of blacks, a certain amount of transgenders a certain amount of Jay's even allowed, right? But if they searched the pert and destroy people, George Lincoln Rockwell, great man said than they need to be, you know, maybe get the ship or treatment like the communist gum of the point. Is you could be gender queer gender variant without any of those people go into your community. Anyway, I mean, I it doesn't sound like a real friendly place. Across the wrong person and you end up in a wood Chipper. That's that's lovely. No, ian. It's more than crossing the wrong person, darling. Destroy and you say it was a monarchy. So therefore, you would be in charge, right? Or not me. I'll know I. Yes. A king guy. So you crossed the author or one of the king's men or you go in the woodshop they have a council, but they but they'd have accounting. Okay. Voting in the council voted to throw you in the woods Chipper. So it's fine. I guess somewhat democratic thing on a small love if you can't get low, IQ scum. Look, I I love you guys. What do you have against low IQ people? You know, the I haven't okay. empathy was low i._q. people as charles murray in them have found as well in there are some good low i._q. people out there like autistic and mentally challenged what we would call retarded people who are very good people who are more useful in some of the come on welfare white or not but you know what i don't like i don't like the people that look like us in our parents our family that took care of us and do well for us right into straight traditionalist is lifestyle being destroyed by scientists pieces of feces that's what i don't like their that was a lot state sung it's hard to unpack call very confidence in your world view that much he is because i thought he was signing off he has gone the toll free number is eight fifty five four fit for now eight five five four five zero three seven three three but unfortunately there are people like him in the world as confused as pierce to be because he's got the strange viewpoint of being a racist and wanting to live in this racial whatever monarchy or whatever he'd he'd said they're sectaire what was it sectarian monarchy or something like that security and racist monarchy but yet he thinks that he's going to be fine even though he's gender he's gonna he's gonna void the wood chipper get very comfortable with that whichever the toll free number here is eight fifty five four fifty free we continue and we'll take your calls and thoughts about whatever you want johnson since we're talking about sexy things let's talk about joe biden i don't know that i'm gonna have to agree with you on that but so the store here from reason is several women have accused former president joe biden of a likely twenty twenty contender of inappropriate physical conduct one of these women lucie flurries a former candidate for lieutenant governor in nevada presumably these are democrat yet women rights that biden smelled her hair and kissed her on the back of the head during a campaign stop in twenty fourteen another woman amy lapis says biden put his hands on her head and pulled her closer during a two thousand nine political fundraiser he's very touchy lots and lots of footage of him doing things exactly like that yeah you can just look up creepy the picture you know on google image search and and doesn't he do it to like children as well oh yeah yeah there's a picture of him kissing like a little boy in the lip since like what no i mean there are some families where that happened yeah suspecting he wasn't a family member i don't know if he was or not it just as you know it's definitely somebody that you know and you know that this is okay march says his family member there's no everything that's going on you know if it's somebody that you know really no no really well and you know that this is the relationship you have that's fine but in a lot of the footage of him doing these types of things these are women he doesn't know for sunday's meeting for the first time there's no way he could have gotten consent right and there's a lot of pictures where.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

"Sean Rothman with you right here on Caja. We're talking about free speech, which by the way is what gay GIO is all about. That's why we have a diversity of opinion. And I wanna tell you a quick story. George Lincoln Rockwell was the head of the American Nazi party and on nineteen sixties. He came to UC Berkeley. And there was a question. Should he be able to speak, and I was relatively young. But I was participating in the discussion. And I said look when he comes in don't applaud. Don't do anything except to things laugh long and loud and turn your back on him. And I still believe that was the answer. He was able to speak, and we were able to respond. Let's go to Jeff calling from Napa. Jeff welcome to cagey. I would say actually agree with you about Trump. I think is approach to dealing with with Saturday Night Live at childish. I think that he his the way he is trying to deal with offensive speech. Antifa. In those on the west to deal with the -fensive speech. And that's what the second man what the first amendment. Speech speech that needs to be the most protected is offensive speech. You don't need to protect friendly speech, easy for an active, protect offensive speech. And specifically Berkeley. If there is if there has threats of violence against a person that is there to speak peacefully. Cancel the cancel the event is capitulating to those that are not tolerate of the first amendment. The thing to do is to. Eighteen. Is forces in order to protect civilized speech mobilized forces you have enough lease out there, and you're call from other areas if you need to because if you don't all you you're doing a starting a very dangerous precedent that will eventually be answered in kind. Look, I wanna tell you. I agree with you. I think I believe in freedom of speech, even when I disagree with someone. I think it's very very important to consider that and you've raised something, and we're going to talk about it in the coming. Our appreciate your call. I want you to know that Donald Trump is asking for the Federal Communications Commission to look into Saturday night lives portrayal of Donald Trump. I want to know what you think about freedom of speech on television. Do you believe that the president is right that there? Well, there must be collusion with the Democrats. And of course, Russia such one sided media coverage. Most of it fake news four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten what do you think the president calls for an investigation of Saturday Night Live on John Rothman, right here on K, GO dot Rothman on cake..

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

"Away. I wanted to ask you where you're said, you are a certain in the service in nineteen sixty nine were you also child during the nineteen sixty four free speech. But I was too young to be a student at Cal. But I used to go over there all the time because I loved the excitement and the action. Okay. Well, I was a student at Cal and sixty four witnesses say free speech go I did not participate. But I was I observed identity facts aren't borrow salvio one time man, I used to see Mario at where he worked in the record store. Go ahead. Well, as I recall, they there was a big issue about one of the I've forgotten who was was in a car and a police car day all students were surrounding a police car went to let them get away. And that was a big issue at the time to. Oh, yeah. And and the trick is I'm not in favor of any violence. I wanna make that crystal clear violence has no place. What I am in favour of is free discussion the ability to have a real discourse. And I have to tell you. I would rather confront history than a racist. And what that means is I really want that free expression. I agree with you. I want free speech to and I I agree with you that we should not have any violence. What I I noticed too. When I was there at Cal. That Madame news at present the wife of the president. From Vietnam wanted to speak, and she was actually the sister-in-law president diem. Okay. But I have to. Go ahead. There was very much opposition. And while she tried to speak the students yelled or down. And I thought that was kind of hypocritical. Free speech. I'm going to tell you a story about George Lincoln Rockwell, the head of the American Nazi party who spoke at Berkeley, I tell you that story. Listen, I appreciate your call. Thanks so much. Gary four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten more on free.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"The internet has developed into in the last decade and change because if you would slate, for example, we're to start publishing like holocaust denial propaganda. That would be the end of your site. That would be the end of your career as journalist that would be like, it would be very easy for people to be like, this isn't okay, what has happened here. But if You Tube serves Pollock Austin, idol propaganda to ten million people YouTube makes a lot of money and there's no consequence. And you you don't really see what's happening until you read. What these guys are saying I'm struck by the fact that like there was actually a style guide that was only. I think from the daily Stormer. Yeah. Seeing like you should use. I ready you should use humor. That's how we get people in the door. They're very aware of this. There's definitely evidence that once people became aware of what the Caribbean was doing. They started trying to manipulate it to to read pill more p they're not dumb. Like, the the Christ Church shooter was not a dumb guy. He understood how to make his shoot and go viral. And this is something I think that a lot of people don't get because in the wake of the shooting. He had a lot of folks. Like, Ben Shapiro who I come back to a lot because he's a significant part of this who would say stuff like don't use the shooter's name don't spread as manifesto don't spread his videos. You know, you're giving him what he wants if you do that. And that's a fundamental misunderstanding of what this guy was going for because this guy was not trying to get his manifesto in his video spread around the normal users of Twitter. He wasn't trying to. To become famous to you in me. He was trying to become famous on HSEN and on other similar dark chunks of the internet. Because those are the people that he knew would be most influenced by the text of his manifesto. And those are the people he knew that he could convince to carry out more shootings. I mean, we're talking about what happened in Christ Church. And this guy's manifesto as revealing how extremely online he was is. And that's true. But part of what I think is interesting about your research is that you've shown how this online version of white nationalism is really a kind of reboot of white nationalism from the fifties and sixties. Oh, yeah. You know shit posting really has its origins with a guy named George Lincoln Rockwell. Rockwell was the founder of the American knocked the party in nineteen fifty nine. So they can how racist you have to be to be forming a Nazi party fifteen years after the end of the war fourteen years after the end of the war. So where there's there's thirty year olds walking around who can remember Auschwitz. So Rockwell one of his strategies was he would follow Martin Luther King junior around at his rallies. And he would carry gigantic signs that were covered in racial slurs were covered in anti semitic slurs, and he drove around in what he called the hate bus, which was a bus that was painted in all of these these garish incredibly obscene slurs like the F B in the nineteen sixties, which was very racist organization. That FBI was shocked by the racist displayed by George Lincoln Rockwell. Come into George Lincoln Rockwell. You are head of the American Nazi party. Yes, sir. I'm sure viewing on the way that hit there with the Jews five hit the Jews of Germany the same way with all failures the same way. We will. I think he has been lied about more than any human being history accept Jesus Christ. And the reason he did this the reason that he he made his signs and his his immediate that he exposed people do so extreme is that he just wanted to make them angry..

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"In fact, that that house went up for sale like five years ago to the top Mahal and drive in still full of all the passageways and people's because aero Flynn to spy on people and jerk off. You go. This is all too much. Cliff? We could do six hours or six shows you make us so happy just just a which one which one do you want kill the rat pack movie that was protested by Neo Nazis or how Morey Amsterdam got in trouble with mental health advocates. Hopefully. I like I like anything with not, okay. What do you want to tell that one before we get out of here cliff? So the American non-seed party had this crazy resurgence in the sixties were there in the media lot mostly because of George Lincoln Rockwell. He was very well known Wallace. Sure. And George Lincoln Rockwell who was the head of the American non-c party in the sixties organize a lot of protests against movies. They protested the movie exodus. So they're all these people with Nazi armbands marching in front of theaters that were showing exodus, but when they showed the movie came out with the movie sergeants three charges through the rat pack. Frank Sinatra Dean, Martin joy, Bishop Sammy Davis junior the American Nazi party protested that because of the interracial familiarity of Sammy Davis, and so that went on inch Ikano for a few weeks where if you win bought a ticket to go see sergeants three there would be Nazis marching around out front, and it should be noted that George Lincoln Rockwell's father was a guy named doc Rockwell, and he was a comedian in vaudeville, very famous comedian contemporary Groucho, Marx contemporary, Frank Fay, doc Rockwell was not a racist. But his son became the leader of the American Nazi party, George Lincoln Rockwell, and he disowned his son at that. Point. But yeah, they staged an organized protests against sergeants three. They go Gill cheese as well. All right now, I have to hear the more Hamson. Okay. And then we'll get out of here. Well, I learned that Morey Amsterdam was involved in a lot of. Lawsuits letitia. Well, he always claimed that he had written that song for the Andrews, sisters, rum, and Coca Cola you probably earned that that he. And his name does appear right songs. He wrote the Dick Van Dyke theme. Did he write the theme? Or did you write the lyrics that nobody used all? That's interesting. That's interesting. Yes. That had been written by musician. I sang. Because he did that will. He went to Trinidad on some sort of war tour in the forties. Any heard rum and Coca Cola being played by a local calypso musician, and he basically stole it, still rum. And Coca Cola added a few new lines and the Roman Coca-Cola became a huge hit in the states and all over the world and people and it got back to this clips musician. He said that's my song..

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Obama also showed was very emotional after the sandy hook shootings and killings. And he was criticized in some ways for that. He was also criticized for not lowering the flag after five soldiers were killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee in a terror attack there. So how do presidents toe that line? You're always measuring president against perfection. And you know, Benjamin Franklin once said, our critic is our friend one of the ways that we have to criticize presidents is how they react to national tragedy. And yes, yes, you're absolutely right. Brooke Obama the frustration. We heard him express after all the school shootings saying once again, I have to come out here and talk about an event like this. I had hoped that the last one would have been the last as a country we have been through this too many times. Whether it's an elementary school in new note. A shopping mall in Oregon or a temple in Wisconsin. Or a movie theater in Aurora or a street corner. In Chicago, these neighborhoods are our neighborhoods and these children are children. Now. I'm also thinking about obviously this. This segment comes on as Pittsburgh is healing. There've been lots of different reactions to the current president, President Trump going to Pittsburgh in in light of the synagogue tragedy. And how does the president make that determination? I mean, if a community is saying, or at least parts of a community are saying don't come. Does it hurt the president to go? I think it is up to the president concern. But if the heartfelt feeling of a community is that you're going to help us he'll faster by waiting a couple of days. I think it's not a bad idea to wait a few days. And I think historians will be extremely critical of the way that Donald Trump reacted to this worst attack on Jewish Americans in. Worship in two hundred years the talked about maybe they would have been protected had they'd been better armed, and he also went ahead with a campaign rally that evening, I can't think of any other president of our time who would have done that. Well, and I and I'm also thinking back to Charlottesville, and the reaction post Charlottesville. You had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent, and nobody wants to say that. But I'll say it right now, you had a group you had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit, and they were very very violent. You know, at what point does the American public. Just give up on expecting a president to be this sort of moral leader and consoler in chief. We will never give up, and we will always demand that a president do that because it has essentially part of his job. And the other thing is that at the very least we would expect the president not to rub salt into the wounds. Another thing that Donald Trump did that day was to pronounce himself yet. Again, a nationalist a nationalist is an extremely loaded word it appeared in the title of a book by George Lincoln Rockwell's, the head of the American Nazi party, which was called the nationalist perspective. The subtitle was white power. So at best he said in an inverted at worst on this tragic day, he used it to send dog whistles to help himself politically. I hope it wasn't the ladder. What are the risks as a country? If we don't have a president who shows like you said that that. Level of empathy who's able to connect with Americans during these tragedies, it's a big loss to all of us. Because I think we we have come to depend on president framing a tragedy like this and explaining to us how we can get over it. That's something of our modern time. And I think when we don't have a president who's able to do that. And I think that is just not in Donald Trump's toolbox. Then we've got a little bit of a problem, and it would appear that Americans are still having vigils there still connecting yesterday, for example in Pittsburgh. There was the head rabbi and also the head of the Islamic cultural centre there were connecting. So I'm wondering if outside of having a president who's able to do this whether or not Americans themselves it can step in and fill the void. Of course. They can. And that's what the founders wanted. They knew that you could elect presidents and some of them would do certain things. Well, and some presidents would do things extremely badly. And they always had faith in the wisdom of the American people. If there was a vacuum like that to do it for themselves. Michael Beschloss, the presidential historian and author most recently of presidents of war, Michael. Thank you again. Thank you. Dancing. The takeaway is supported by YouTube originals and roadside attractions, presenting viper club, starring Susan Sarandon. As a mother struggling to free her capture journalists son, also starring Matt Bomer and Edie Falco in theaters Friday, Babbel, a language app teaches real life conversations in a new language, like Spanish, French or German. Babbel's ten.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KCRW

"Also showed was very emotional after the sandy hook shootings and killings. And he was criticized in some ways for that. He was also criticized for not lowering the flag after five soldiers were killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee in a terror attack there. So how do presidents toe that line? You're always measuring president against perfection. And you know, Benjamin Franklin once said, our critic is our friend one of the ways that we have to criticize president is how they react to national tragedy. And yes, yes, you're absolutely right. Brock Obama the frustration. We heard him express after all those school shooting saying once again, I have to come out here and talk about an event like this. I hope that the last one would have been the last as a country we have been through this too many times. Whether it's an elementary school in new note. A shopping mall in Oregon or a temple in Wisconsin. Or a movie theater in Aurora or a street corner. In Chicago, these neighborhoods are our neighborhoods and these children are our children. Now, I'm also thinking about obviously this. This segment comes on as Pittsburgh is healing. There've been lots of different reactions to the current president, President Trump going to Pittsburgh in in light of the synagogue tragedy. And how does the president make that determination? I mean, if a community is saying, or at least parts of a community are saying don't come. Does it hurt the president to go? I think it is up to the president concern. But if the heartfelt feeling of a community is that you're going to help us heal faster by waiting a couple of days. I think it's not a bad idea to wait a few days. And I think historians will be extremely critical of the way that Donald Trump reacted to this worst attack on Jewish Americans in. Worship in two hundred years, the talked about maybe they would have been protected had they been better armed, and he also went ahead with a campaign rally that evening, I can't think of any other president of our time who would have done that. Well, and I and I'm also thinking back to Charlottesville, and the reaction post Charlottesville. You had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent, and nobody wants to say that. But I'll say it right now, you had a group you had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit, and they were very very violent. You know, at what point does the American public. Just give up on expecting a president to be this sort of moral and leader and consoler in chief. We will never give up, and we will always demand that a president do that because it has a central part of his job. And the other thing is that at the very least we would expect to president not to rub salt into the wounds and other that Donald Trump did that day was to pronounce himself yet. Again, a nationalist a nationalist is an extremely loaded word it appeared in the title of a book by George Lincoln Rockwell, the head of the American Nazi party, which was called the nationalist perspective. The subtitle was white power. So at best he said it in inadvertently at worst on this tragic day, he used it to San dog whistles to help himself politically. I hope it wasn't the ladder. What are the risks as a country? If we don't have a president who shows like you said that that. Level of empathy who's able to connect with Americans during these tragedies, it's a big loss to all of us. Because I think we we have come to depend on a president framing a tragedy like this and explaining to us how we can get over it. That's something of our modern time. And I think when we don't have a president who is able to do that. And I think that is just not in Donald Trump's toolbox. Then we've got a little bit of a problem, and it would appear that Americans are still having vigils there still connecting yesterday, for example in Pittsburgh. There was the head rabbi and also the head of the Islamic cultural center there were connecting. So I'm wondering if outside of having a president who's able to do this whether or not Americans themselves can step in and fill the void. Of course, they can. And that's what the founders wanted. You know, they knew that you could elect presidents and some of them would do certain things. Well, and some presidents would do things extremely badly. And they always had faith in the wisdom of the American people. If there was a vacuum like that to do it for themselves. Michael Beschloss is a presidential historian and author most recently of.

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Tech Reports by Larry Magid

Tech Reports by Larry Magid

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on Tech Reports by Larry Magid

"Larry talk about the products, some of these books, correct. There are books and they're also toy that Halloween costumes for children flags, clothing company called baby. One ahead to look that up. It's a little outfit for babies emblazoned with Nazi and Neo Nazi and white nationalist and anti semitic racist or Islam phobic imagery or commentary. So this is something that actually violates Amazon's policy them on had a lot of independent feller who fell through Amazon and the company said in response to a letter from congressman Ellison, I believe it is they removed the material and restricted these particular vendors, so people can complain, but things have slipped through the cracks. Now when it comes to books as the different story, you can buy Hitler's Mein cough on on Amazon and it has historical significance and scholar, three, two student three that you don't have to be a not fee to want to be informed as to some of the historical stuff you can also buy, and it's kinda does bother me a children's book by George Lincoln Rockwell who the. The American Nazi propagandist. I think you know earlier times and I looked at this on Amazon and the cover makes it look delightful. But the comment Fe that it's very racist anti-semitic. So their books are gray area. I mean, I don't think Amazon likes the idea of banning books, but when it comes to items like clothing, they definitely do learn. There's always the old slippery slope here. When you start talking about these issues, study address how one objectively determines what is offensive and should be pulled, what is not. I mean, clearly these ones are over the top, but I mean the examples that wind up in the grey, there are a lot of I mentioned. I think the books wind up in the gray, but you know, confederate flag than other one where a few years ago might have been perfectly acceptable. Now they are banned by Amazon and they were part of what apparently did slip through here by congressman Ellison whose name I with struggling with. So there are probably are grey areas, but there are certain things that maybe legal according to our first. Amendment, but that doesn't mean any private company has to endorse or even handle things that maybe legal, just because they are legal, they can still violate defensely and their own terms of service pros..

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Speaking with, AC Thompson he's a correspondent for frontline PBS and a reporter for, propublica the front line and propublica joint investigation documenting hate, Charlottesville premieres next Tuesday August seventh on PBS stations you know you mentioned that. The atom often had been associated with five. Murders and when you look at the details in every case the person who committed the murder knew the. Victims in in two of them that. Was a guy who Killed two, of his atom Waffen roommates right and another case a guy who killed his ex girlfriend's parents and then a third one guy who stabbed a college student to death who was a Jewish gay man and that may, be prosecuted as. A hate crime but they knew each other in high school I guess what I'm noticing is that it doesn't seem like these are planned targeted assassinations by a group that. Was intent on doing them no but that's actually actually. Very reflective of the white power movement over time what we've seen with the white power movement over, time is that the members of, those groups tend to be. Incredibly volatile, and tend to engage in fratricidal violence against their fellow members so, if you look back at George Lincoln Rockwell the American, Nazi party founder he was murdered by one of his followers if you look. At his successor that guy Why was murdered by another Nazi as, well if you look in recent years there. Have been several different instances in which Neo Nazis murdered their fellow Nazis you know that has sort of been the classic thing that you've. Seen, with these extremist groups is volatile personalities who may lash out at people. Of color may lash out at Jews may lash out at the media but also might lash out at the people who are closest to them and I guess what I as I. Read about the atom Lafon is that, seems like, their intentions are art are, deadly I mean overthrowing the government with acts. Of terror but have they actually, executed any Here's a remarkable thing. About the atom Waffen division the, atom often division got on the radar of people covering these groups in the. Spring of, two thousand seventeen and they got there because of two separate crimes and the first crime was. That one member murdered two other members and when police showed up to investigate they went to the townhouse where, the crimes occurred the murders occurred and they found a whole bunch of. Bomb-making material they found ammonium nitrate which was the explosive used to destroy the Oklahoma City federal building they found other high. Explosives they found fuses and detonators they found explosives, manuals they found radiological material and The member who had done the murders, said hey that stuff belongs to the leader of. The group his name is Brandon Russell he's a member of by. The way of the Florida army national, guard and his plan was to blow up a, nuclear power plant outside of Miami Florida now we still don't know. If that was true, if he really was planning to do something as on the nose. As create basically a nuclear. Weapon by blowing up a. Nuclear power plant but. I think it's entirely possible Did that resulted in a criminal prosecution of random Russell, so Brandon Russell is currently serving five years on an explosive charge. In federal prison in Atlanta and he is continuing to make propaganda videos that he sends out to his foot soldiers telling them to keep up the struggle keep the faith and keep the dream of a Nazi stayed, alive, you can make propaganda videos in prison pay remarkable. Right yeah I thought they. Controlled everything it listen on your phone calls it's interesting with Brandon he was caught by federal prosecutors when he was still in county jail trying to smuggle. A, bomb making diagram out of the county jail so he doesn't seem like a particularly repentant character from what we've seen the, event last year in Charlottesville I think is regarded as a. National tragedy by most people how Does the white power movement regarded You know it's interesting because the things, that many on the, extreme right say about that event sound like the things that you hear from some people on the left and, the, extreme right people will say. Hey the police led. Us down they didn't. Protect us they didn't support us they allowed this. To turn into chaos and mayhem and I think you hear that from people..

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"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Radio this is fresh, air and we're speaking with a. Thompson he's a correspondent for frontline PBS and a reporter for propublica the frontline and propublica joint, investigation documenting hate Charlottesville premieres next, Tuesday August seventh on PBS. Stations you, know you mentioned that the atom often had been associated with five, murders and when you look at the details in every, case the person who committed the murder knew the victims in in two of. Them that was a guy who killed two of his Adam Waffen roommates right and another case a guy who killed his ex girlfriend's parents and then a third one guy who stabbed a college student to death who was a Jewish gay men and that may be, prosecuted as a. Hate crime but they knew each other in high school I guess what I'm noting is that it doesn't seem like these are planned targeted assassinations by a group that was. Intent on doing them no but that's actually actually very. Reflective of the white power movement over time what we've seen with the white power movement over, time is that the members of, those groups tend to be. Incredibly volatile, and tend to engage in fratricidal violence against their fellow members so, if you look back at George Lincoln Rockwell the American, Nazi party founder he was murdered by one of his followers if you look. At his successor that guy was murdered by another Other Nazi as well if you look. In recent years there have been several different instances in which Neo Nazis murdered their fellow Nazis that has sort of been the classic thing that you've seen with these extremist groups is. Volatile personalities who may lash out at, people of, color may lash out at, Jews may lash out at the media but. Also might lash out at the, people who are closest to them I guess. What I as I read about the atom Lafon is that seems like their intentions are are deadly I mean, overthrowing the government with acts of terror but have they actually executed any Here's a remarkable. Thing about the atom often division the atom often division got on. The radar of people covering these groups, in the spring of two thousand seventeen and they, got there because of two separate crimes and the first crime was. That one member murdered, two other members and when police showed up to investigate they went. To the townhouse where the. Crimes occurred the murders occurred. And they found a. Whole bunch of bomb-making. Material they found ammonium nitrate which was the explosive used to destroy the Oklahoma City federal building they found other high. Explosives they found fuses and detonators they found explosives, manuals they found radiological material and The member who had done the murders, said hey that stuff belongs to the leader of. The group his name is Brandon Russell he's a member of by. The way of the Florida army national, guard and his plan was to blow up a, nuclear power plant outside of Miami Florida now we still don't know. If that was true, if he really was planning to do something as on the nose. As create basically a nuclear. Weapon by blowing up a. Nuclear power plant but. I think it's entirely possible Did that resulted in a criminal prosecution of random Russell, so Brandon Russell is currently serving five years on an explosive charge. In federal prison in Atlanta and he is continuing to make propaganda videos that he sends out to his foot soldiers telling them to keep up the struggle keep the. Faith and keep the dream of a Nazi stayed alive, you, can make propaganda videos in prison affair remarkable right. Yeah I thought they controlled. Everything it listen on your phone calls it's interesting with Brandon he was caught by federal prosecutors when he was still in county jail trying to smuggle a. Bomb, making diagram out of the county jail so he doesn't seem like a particularly repentant character from what we've seen the event, last year in Charlottesville I think is regarded as a national. Tragedy by most people how does The white power. Movement regarded You know it's interesting because the things that, many on the extreme, right say about that event sound like the things that you hear from some people on the left and the, extreme, right people will say hey. The police led us. Down they didn't protect. Us they didn't support us they allowed this to turn. Into to chaos and mayhem and I think you hear that from people on. The other side, as well and that? Is in fact what happened For many in the white supremacist movement they've you Charlottesville it's a colossal mistake and a colossal error and, for, many people that means withdrawing. From politics and getting. Deeper into things like. Leaderless resistance and sort of lone wolf terror ideology guerilla. Ideology and for others it has made them leave the movement they felt like. The consequences the, costs were too high Have. There been efforts to organize. Another Charlottesville rally the summer You know there's there's plans for. Another rally I don't think they're going to. Be in Charlottesville I think they're likely to be in DC And I think it's going to be a bust I don't think there's going to be, a, lot of people there However I think what we're likely to see is a nother really terrifying eruption of. Violence coming up in Portland Oregon where there have been. Similar clashes between far-right groups and far left groups for months and months and. Months and I think the next Charlottesville will? Actually be Portland I think there's a good chance that we will see pretty extreme violence there and why is this violence concentrated, in Portland what we've seen over the last couple of years is that. The far right groups and the white. Supremacist, groups and fascist groups they want to, go, to the places where they have the most opposition so Portland is an insanely liberal city Berkeley California is a remarkably liberal, city, Charlottesville Virginia you can say. The same thing in many regards and so they're. Going to places where they will provoke and Where there will, be heavy resistance from the locals and I think. That's part of what's going on and I think in the minds. Of, the fascist the west premises the far right activists they say like you know shouldn't we have the right, to, assemble wherever we want you know like why should the mob keep us from assembling in Berkeley California just. Because we're far rightists and not far leftist as I've. Watched the documentary and I read a lot of your reporting I was struck. By two things I mean one is that? While the people who are in these groups are advocating despicable ideologies these are not mass movements they're relatively small numbers of people, they're not winning elections they're not getting a big following and then the. Other thing is that most of the. Violence, that we see in the film was, inflicted. Upon protesters who showed up for counter demonstrations and I wonder if those who seek to to undercut this movement Think about just leaving. Them, alone. Isolating them by not organizing counter demonstrations at, least on the same day is a more effective way. To do it let them March let people see. How few few and isolated they are come back a week later, or a day later, with more, people, is that, kind of conversation going on I think you're seeing some, of that, I, was at one of these rallies in San Francisco not, that, long ago and there were definitely fascist there there were white supremacists there and other extreme rightists and by and large San. Francisco didn't show up you know. People said, we're done with these people we don't want to engage with the fascist we don't, want to give them a. Spectacle and I think that's already. Happening in a lot. Of places that people are tired. Of those conflicts and they're kind of stepping away it certainly increases the media attention if there's a possibility for a conflict I it elevates their profile, innocence right right once you have crazy violence in the streets you I know that you are going. To have a lot of cameras there you're going to have a lot of media coverage and I think there are definitely people who are deeply deeply opposed to to fascism but. Think that you know we need. To be smarter in how we confront. These, groups and how we deal. With, these. Groups than giving them the altercation that they, want I wonder what it's been like for you spending a year or more reporting on hate has it affected your mood your outlook Yeah, yeah my phone is full of pictures that I've collected at these various. Events in, various interviews interspersed with pictures of my family and it's that kind of juxtaposition that's hard. To live with in life you know because I spend my days looking at really awful human behavior and really bad bad ideas. And and then I have to go home and try to be a human and be loving and thoughtful and positive towards folks, and, that can be hard? Because it's hard. Not to look at all this and. Get depressed and get down and feel like oh what is happening here we'll AC Thompson. Thanks so much for speaking, with us Thank you very much a Thomson is a correspondent for frontline PBS and a staff reporter for propublica the frontline and. Propublica joint investigation documenting hate Charlottesville premieres Tuesday on PBS stations coming up David Edelstein reviews the documentary Scotty and the secret history, of, Hollywood about the so-called? Pimp to the. Stars Scott Bowers this is fresh air.

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10:21 min | 2 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The front line and propublica joint investigation documenting hate Charlottesville premieres, next Tuesday August seventh on PBS stations you know you, mentioned that the atom often had been associated with five murders and when you look at the details in every case the person who committed, the murder knew the victims in in Two of them that was a guy who killed two of his Adam. Waffen roommates right and another case a guy who killed. His ex girlfriend's parents and then a third one guy who stabbed a college student to death who, was a Jewish game and that, may be prosecuted as a. Hate crime, but they knew each other in high school I guess what I'm, noting is that it doesn't seem like these are planned, targeted assassinations by a group that was intent on doing them No but that's, actually? Actually very reflective, of the white power movement over time what, we've seen with the white power movement over time is that the members of those groups tend to, be incredibly volatile and tend to engage in fratricidal, violence against their fellow members so if you. Look back at George Lincoln Rockwell the American Nazi party founder he was murdered by one of his followers if you look at his successor That guy was murdered. By another Nazi as well if you look in recent years there have been several different instances in which Neo Nazis. Murdered their, fellow Nazis that has sort of been, the classic thing that you've seen? With, these extremist groups is volatile personalities who may lash out at people of. Color may lash out at Jews may lash out at the media but also might lash out at the people who are closest to them I guess what I as I read about. The atom Lafon is that seems like, their intentions, are are are deadly I, mean overthrowing the government with acts of terror. But have they actually executed any Here's a remarkable thing about the atom. Often division the atom often division, got on the radar of people covering these groups in the spring of two thousand seventeen and they got there because of two separate crimes and the first crime was that. One member murdered two other members and when police showed up to investigate they went to the townhouse where the, crimes occurred the murders occurred and they found a whole bunch of bomb-making. Material they found ammonium nitrate which was the explosive used to destroy the Oklahoma City federal building they found other high. Explosives they found fuses and detonators they found explosives, manuals they found radiological material and The member who had done the murders, said hey that stuff belongs to the leader of. The group his name is Brandon Russell he's a member of by. The way of the Florida army national, guard and his plan was to blow up a, nuclear power plant outside of Miami Florida now we still don't know. If that was true, if he really was planning to do something as on the nose. As create basically a nuclear. Weapon by blowing up a. Nuclear power plant but. I think it's entirely possible Did that resulted in a criminal prosecution of random, Russell so Brandon Russell is currently serving five years on. An explosive charge in federal prison in Atlanta and he is continuing to make propaganda videos that he sends out to his foot soldiers telling them to keep up the. Struggle keep the faith and keep the dream of a, Nazi, stayed alive you can make propaganda videos in prison. Remarkable right yeah I thought. They controlled everything it listen on your phone calls it's interesting with Brandon he was caught by federal prosecutors when he was still in county jail trying to. Smuggle, bomb-making diagram out of the county jail so he doesn't seem like a particularly repentant character from what we've seen the event, last year in Charlottesville I think is regarded as a national. Tragedy by most people how does The white power movement. Regard it You know it's interesting because the things, that many on the, extreme right say about that event sound like the things that you hear from some people on the left and, the, extreme right people will say. Hey the police led. Us down they didn't. Protect us they didn't support us they allowed this. To turn into chaos and mayhem and I think you hear that from people. On the other, side as well and, that is in fact what. Happened For many in the white supremacist movement they view Charlottesville as a colossal mistake and a colossal error and for, many, people that means withdrawing from. Politics and getting deeper. Into things like leaderless. Resistance and sort of lone wolf terror ideology guerilla. Ideology and for others it has made them leave the movement they felt like. The consequences to, costs were too high Have. There been efforts to organize another Charlottesville rally the summer You know there there's plans for. Another rally I don't think they're going to. Be in Charlottesville I think they're likely to be in DC And I think it's it's going to be a bust I don't think there's going to be, a, lot of people there However I think what we're likely to see is a nother really terrifying eruption of. Violence coming up in Portland Oregon where there have been. Similar clashes between far-right groups and far left groups for months and months and. Months and I think the next Charlottesville will? Actually be Portland I think there's a good chance that we will see pretty extreme violence there and why is this violence concentrated, in Portland what we've seen over the last couple of years is that. The far right groups and the white. Supremacist, groups and fascist groups they want, to. Go to the places where they have the most opposition so Portland is an insanely liberal city Berkeley California is remarkably liberal city, Charlottesville Virginia you can say. The same thing in many regards and so they're. Going to places where they will provoke and Where there will be heavy resistance from the. Locals and I think that's part of what's going on and I. Think, in the minds of the fascist the white supremacists the far right activists they say like shouldn't we have, the, right to assemble wherever we want you know like why should the mob keep us from assembling in Berkeley. California just because we're far rightists and not far leftist. As I've watched the documentary and I read a lot of your reporting was. Struck by two things one is that while? The people who are in these groups are advocating despicable ideologies these are not mass movements they're relatively small numbers of people they're, not winning elections they're not getting a big following and then the other. Thing is that most of the violence. That, we see in the film was, inflicted. Upon protesters who showed up for counter demonstrations and I wonder if those who seek to to undercut this movement Think about, just leaving them alone isolating, them, by. Not we're going counter demonstrations at least on the same day is a more effective way to. Do it let them March let people see how. Few isolated they are come back a week later or a day later with more people, is that, kind, of conversation going on I think you're seeing some of, that I, was, at one of these rallies in San Francisco not that, long, ago and there were definitely fascist there there were white supremacists there and other extreme rightists and by and large San Francisco didn't show up you know. People said we're done with these people we don't want to engage with the fascist, we don't want to give. Them a spectacle and I think. That's already happening in. A lot of places that people. Are tired of those conflicts and they're kind of stepping away it certainly increases the media attention if there's a possibility for a conflict it elevates their, profile sense right right once you have crazy violence in the streets You know that. You are going to have a. Lot of cameras there you're going to, have a lot of media. Coverage, and. I think there are definitely people who are Deeply deeply opposed to to fascism. But think that you know we need to be smarter in how we. Confront these groups and how we deal with these, groups than giving them the altercation that they want I wonder what it's been like for you spending a year or more reporting on hate has it affected your mood your outlook Yeah, yeah my phone is full of pictures that I've collected at these various events. In various, interviews interspersed with pictures of my family and it's that kind of Jackson position that's hard. To live with in life you know because I spend my days looking at really awful human behavior and really bad bad ideas. And and then I have to go home and try to be a human and be loving and thoughtful and positive towards folks, and, that can be hard? Because it's hard. Not to look at all this and. Get depressed and get down and feel like oh what is happening here we'll AC Thompson. Thanks so much for speaking, with us Thank you very much AC Thomson is a correspondent for frontline PBS and a staff reporter for propublica the frontline in propublica. Joint investigation documenting hate Charlottesville premieres Tuesday on PBS stations coming up David Edelstein reviews the documentary Scotty and the secret history of, Hollywood, about the so called? Pimp.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"george lincoln rockwell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"World can someone tell me why i would ask you if you think we should not move dopey demonstrations tomorrow there will be a day of rage there's no doubt they'll be demonstrations in america but it'll be the same hardcore left wing demonstrators who hate israel and i was talking on the way out to robert likened and when i grew up antisemitism antisemitism resided in the far right here in america a george lincoln rockwell and the american nazi party and a lot of the the antisemitism in this country existed on the right beer is more antisemitism on the american left i'm talking about the hard core american left the anti in tifa groups and others like that that is where antisemitism is now bubbling to the surface i want to hear from you on this one do you agree with donald trump or not i say this is a promise he made and this is a promise he kept and if there's some problems tomorrow in israel i have no set no doubt that the israeli defence forces will handle the situation tony in quincy tony thanks very much you held on during during the news thank you go right ahead it's it's been a wild dan um was worth waiting um and i'm grateful to have you guess swab it on first i'd like to say i believe in the state of israel's right to exist i am grateful that donald trump had uh well you know he could say let's do this now i think you said something about will take four years my loyalty done goldmine is the unhcr's that the construction of the embassy add great regret but i.

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"Widen that over ten window in at mainly by just being as offensive as possible talking about these ideas in public as loudly as possible in order to normalize them isn't all right a name that these groups gate to themselves if they wanna make a distinction between them so yeltsin your nazis of the '70s and '80s or the the neonazis of uh george lincoln rockwell and william luther pierce's time john yes absolutely and now they draw inspiration from those uh near nazi leaders uh but in terms of style uh it's very important that the all right rebranded self tides up more palatable and you can it has been effective sellers some data out there that shows if you use the term white supremacy most americans the vast majority of them will reject it say they don't identify with those beliefs if it switches twoway nationalism uh uh a higher number of americans will start to identify with those ideas and beliefs and and we need to use the term all right it serves as kind of a masking agent and more people uh will then identify with all right ideas because they they can pass essentially in the in society but doesn't his websites named the stormer evoke larry in connection oh yes absolutely i mean he is named it after der stuermer which was uh just vicious antisemitic weekly that was put out by julius streicher who was just did he didn't demented and depraved early member of the nazi party in in one of hitler's favorites to members of the all right think the donald trump has widened the overton window yes my i think that they do and they have said many of them have said that donald trump has made it much easier for them he's empowered their movement he uh given them a of voice in a way that they didn't have before so i i think that they.

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