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Millennial Red-Pilling and the Future of Europe

This speech was delivered at the 2017 American Renaissance conference. The video is available here. Each of us in this room are here for noble and important reasons, and foremost among those are the growing existential threats facing our people and civilization. And no matter which nation or corner of the globe we each hail […]

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‘Detroit’: A False Morality Play

Twisting the facts to fit the narrative.

Review by Glen Lenhoff

The Soviet Roots of Today’s Corporate Censorship

We’ve entered a precedented era of censorship.

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The Camp of the Saints: This Century’s ‘1984’

Does the West have the will to survive?

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Through the Eyes of a Nigerian Race Realist

A terrible, god-forsaken society.

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Did Jefferson Sleep with His Slave?

Highly unlikely.

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The Taney Monument and the Will to Remember

What the monument’s removal means for us.

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My Struggle with Race Realism

Confessions of a mixed-race college student.

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Tough Guys, Honest Opinions

Race realism in American hardboiled fiction.

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2017 American Renaissance Conference Videos

The full speeches are now available.

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Anti-Racism: The Politics of Personal Holocaust

Why I pity white anti-racists.

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Sell-Out Conference Shrugs Off Anti-Fa

AmRen 2017 was electric with optimism.

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Sam Dickson in His Own Words

A veteran activist reflects on a life of devotion to a cause.

Interviewed by Hubert Collins

Emmanuel Macron and the Crisis of the Elite

Is he stumbling towards sanity?

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Straight Talk About Affirmative Action

Is it here to stay?

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The Strange Death of Europe

A great people is committing suicide.

Reviewed by Jared Taylor

Fighting Back Against Left-Wing Censorship

Jared Taylor interviews Nathan Damigo on the recent Alt-Right free speech rally.

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The Truth About “All Men Are Created Equal”

The most dangerous words in American history.

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Kill All Normies

A leftist tries (and fails) to understand the Alt-Right.

Reviewed by Gregory Hood

Institutional Racism: Another Sorry Excuse

There aren’t enough “racists” around, so institutions must be to blame.

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A Tactical Retreat for Race Denial

Academic offers “new philosophical foundation for anti-racism.”

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America Is Not a “Proposition Nation”

The myth that threatens whites.

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Victory at Kohima Ridge

A little-known triumph of British arms against the Japanese.

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What the Founders Really Thought About Race

Racial consciousness is as old as the Republic.

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Silver Spring: Third-World Melting Pot in Maryland

A glimpse of multicultural America.

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What Integration Means for White Prisoners

“Fight, f**k, or bust a 65.”

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Women in the Alt-Right

Lana Lokteff explains why so many women are joining us.

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America Discovers Poor Whites

What we can learn from hillbilly culture.

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Why I’m Leaving the Los Angeles School District

And why so many others are, too.

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“White Men Stole It All”

Solution: deny them the right to vote.

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Argentina: A Mirror of Your Future

How demographic change can destroy a country.

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America Is Not a Nation of Immigrants

Anatomy of an anti-white slogan.

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How I Became Conservative

It was a slow, reluctant process.

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Italy and the “Refugees”

Ordinary Italians are finally waking up to the reality of the onslaught.

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What Chinese College Students Think About Race

It’s not what you might expect.

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Welfare: Who Are You Supporting?

There are stark racial disparities in welfare use.

Video by Jared Taylor

How I Saw the Light About Race

My convoluted path to racial awareness.

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Chronicling Chronicles

An important but mostly forgotten forerunner of the Alt-Right.

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Why Won’t Whites Defend Themselves?

A wide-ranging discussion with racial activist Sam Dickson.

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White Teacher in a Brown School

Mad-dogging the gringo.

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“You Stole America from the Indians”

Another anti-white double standard.

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Black Slavery in the Middle East

It was more widespread and brutal than the American counterpart.

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Verwoerd: Why He Still Matters

Fifty years after his death, his wisdom still guides us.

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How I Learned About Blacks

Being a landlord in the ghetto is a quick education.

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No Campus for White Men

New book explains the mentality that led to the Milo Yiannopoulos riot at Berkeley.

Reviewed by F. Roger Devlin

How Russia Deals with Immigrants

Americans have something to learn.

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A Weekend to Remember

We are winning and the other side knows it.

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Obama Is Out!

What did we get for our eight years?

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Viktor Orbán Fights for Europe

Could a “Budapest Consensus” be in the making?

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How a Young Black Man Became a Race Realist

It is the only view of the world that makes sense.

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