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On stage in front of Malcolm X and an estimated 8,000 black muslims was Rockwell, the American Nazi Party leader.
Mason was a dues-paying member of George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party at age 14 and is currently serving time in Colorado.
He says his infamous Disneyland report was "a classic attacking American imperialism and capitalism." After showing all of Oz how to break into the park, he placed a Saddam Hussein doll in the "It's a Small World" exhibit, and then stuck plaques claiming Walt Disney was an FBI informant in the 1940s and attended meetings of the American Nazi Party to the walls of the Disney founder's exhibit.
David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and former fuhrer of the American Nazi Party, is standing as a Republican in Louisiana.
In drawing a parallel between the earlier Germany and today, Abrams and Lively focus on some of the more extreme elements of the modern "gay movement." In 1977, residents of the largely Jewish Chicago suburb of Skokie were horrified to find that the American Nazi Party planned to march through their streets.
George Lincoln Rockwell (1918-67), the founder and leader of the American Nazi Party (ANP), was one of the most controversial and reviled public figures in the United States.
"As far as I'm concerned, if the American Nazi Party wants to recruit here we should allow them.
The ad claims the Holocaust is a myth eternalized by "special interest groups" - a common claim of the American Nazi Party and Louisiana state senator David Duke.
There is, one might claim, a direct line between the burgeoning neo-Nazi Zeitgeist, symbolized by the Republican candidacies of David Duke, the former Klan Imperial Wizard in Lousisiana, and Ralph Forbes, formerly of the American Nazi Party in Arkansas, and the Reagan-Bush legacy with its Southern strategy of pitting whites against black "special interests," its racist Willie Horton ads and its ambivalence toward the Nazis, which brought us Reagan's visit to Bitburg as well as a former Nazi collaborator playing an important role in Bush campaign organization.
The American Nazi Party's account was banned, as was the account of Jared Taylor, head of American Renaissance, a white supremacist magazine that bills itself as a "white advocacy organization." The Traditionalist Worker Party, a group in part founded by ( neo-Nazi Tony Hovater  got banned, as did End Time Paradigm, an anti-Semitic account.
Collin opened his party's headquarters in 1970 in a South Side storefront he dubbed Rockwell Hall after American Nazi Party founder George Lincoln Rockwell, who had been assassinated in Arlington, Virginia, in 1967.
Their right-wing output was based on the writings of other extremists such as the founder of the American Nazi Party, George Lincoln Rockwell.
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