The late George Lincoln Rockwell, Tabloid Fuhrer of the comic-opera ‘American Nazi Party’, was an opponent of his contemporary, Francis Parker Yockey. He wrote this in his newsletter “Rockwell Report” in July of 1964:
“There is rising all over the world, among hard-core National Socialists, a new cult of what I call Yockeyism. . . I found much of interest in Yockey’s book IMPERIUM and actually helped promote it. But the cult founded on this man is dangerous and, I believe, in some ways downright evil.”
Some of this was no doubt competition. A rival of Rockwell’s operation was the National Renaissance Party of James Madole, which was pro-Yockey.
The much smaller U.S. Nationalist Party of Douglas Kaye and John Sullivan was orthodox Yockeyist. They were openly contemptuous of Rockwell and called his party ‘nutsies.’ There were reasons for this. In the mid-1950s when Zionists made an all-out attempt to infiltrate to infiltrate the National Renaissance Party, Mana Truhill, the key infiltrator, wanted the NRP to start wearing swastika armbands. Truhill also advocated the NRP picketing synagogues about 2 weeks before Zionist fund-raising appeals went out.
This raises legitimate questions about the motivations of Rockwell and his use of Nazi paraphernalia. Certainly, Rockwell, as the son of an old-time vaudeville performer and a failed magazine publisher himself, knew the value of publicity. It worked, if you can call it that. The ‘American Nazi Party’ hogged all the publicity concerning the fight against the Second Reconstruction, even though their efforts were little than a half-dozen ‘storm trooper’ traveling the South in a VW bus.
Was Rockwell a false flag? Ed Fields of the National States Rights Party thought so. In an August 1962 issue of the NSRP newspaper, “The Thunderbolt”, Fields called Rockwell an FBI collaborator on the Jewish payroll. Rockwell sued. The National States Rights Party settled out of court and printed a retraction in 1965.
Still, Rockwell was no revolutionary and he advocated cooperating with the FBI. WNs who consider the FBI to be an arm of ZOG should keep this in mind when they idolize the likes of George Lincoln Rockwell.
H. Keith Thompson, who worked for German intelligence before the war and was a friend & ally of Yockey’s, felt Francis Parker Yockey was correct in rejecting the American Right which Thompson described as a “vast mural of zealots and nuts, crooks and con-men, the dedicated and the phoney.”
George Lincoln Rockwell’s best contribution to the Defense of the Occident came on August 25, 1967 when he took a bullet from John Patler.