25 June, 2020

From Ivory Tower To Privy Wall: On The Art of Propaganda

Posted by Socrates in propaganda, Rockwell, Socrates, white nationalism, White philosophy at 11:30 am | Permanent Link

by George Lincoln Rockwell, 1966. (I should take this essay to heart, since I usually avoid vulgarity).

“In almost every case he produces propaganda which he likes, completely forgetting in his political excitement that the art of propaganda (and advertising) is not in producing that which one likes and admires one’s self, but that which will produce the effect desired – sales in the case of advertising and political conviction in the case of propaganda. Because he is able to think, he presumes that his audience is also able to think – a completely unwarranted assumption.”

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