John Taylor Bowles reveals that on January 4th, 2011, he spoke to four different high school classes in the lower Great Lakes region about national socialism in general and the American Nazi Party in particular. This is not the first time he has done this. It appears he was well-received; Bowles recorded numerous comments by students afterwards, and was intellectually honest enough to include those comments which were constructively critical as well. Here's a small sampling:
“Right away I was surprised by Mr. Bowles. I expected some crazy skinhead to come into class and yell “Heil Hitler” at us. This was not the case. Mr. Bowles was very calm and collective, which I felt shocked everyone in the room. This was a smart tactic by him because it did not cause everyone to write him off right away.”
“I thought Mr. Bowles was a great speaker, however, I did not really agree with him on anything. I think I could get along with him, but we would disagree on a lot of things. He was a honest man and I respect that.”
“The most confusion I had during his presentation was trying to figure out if he was racist or not?”
“Mr. Bowles told us we cannot make a better world unless we change ourselves. He explained that talking negatively about the other races will not get us anywhere, but we actually need to change ourselves and worry about our race to expand.”
Read the remainder of the comments at the website.
John Taylor Bowles showed a side of national socialism that is rarely seen by the public and is ignored by the captive elite media. In Germany, NSDAP cadre didn't always assemble at rallies; they went about their local communities, working with people and solving problems. They went into German schools and brought the message to the rising generation, just as John Taylor Bowles did here on January 4th.