American Renaissance April 2006 issue

If you haven’t subscribed to American Renaissance yet, here’s what you’re missing in the April 2006 issue:

  • Ian Jobling reports on the largest American Renaissance conference ever. Speakers included the foremost racial activists from four continents. British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin spoke about his ongoing trial for incitement to racial hatred, declaring, “If they want to throw the cloak of martyrdom around me, that is their problem, not mine.” Former law professor Andrew Fraser discussed how to restore a sense of racial loyalty to the ruling elites in white countries. Afrikaner activist Dan Roodt gave a talk on violence and discrimination against whites in South Africa. American Renaissance editor Jared Taylor recommended ways to convert liberals to racial sanity. University of Western Ontario psychologist J. P. Rushton, the world’s foremost expert on race, explained the basis of racial nationalism. Other speakers included Derek Turner, editor of the British magazine Right Now!, and French author Guillaume Faye.

  • Thomas Jackson takes on the canard that white immigrants coming to America had to learn how to become white in his review of Working Towards Whiteness, by David O. Roediger.

  • Steven Grant discusses ways for whites to protest anti-white discrimination.

  • Ian Jobling reports on an astonishing new study from the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics that shows whites are more likely to be hate crime victims than blacks are.

Plus news on a hate crime hoax, “racist candy,” the Hispanic-black jail riots in Los Angeles, a proposal to name a street in Chicago after a Black Panther, and more.

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