A Pennsylvania Reader Invites Readers To The NPI Conference
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Re: James Fulford’s Blog Item Richard Spencer's NPI Conference And The First Amendment

From: A Pennsylvania Patriot [Email him]

I'm glad you've drawn some attention to the NPI conference. I hope a lot of VDARE.com readers are considering going. Even if you do not think of yourself as a white nationalist per se, if you want to live in a majority white nation then you should participate in one of the few major venues where this is discussed.

I've noticed that many who identify as white nationalists want to throw out the American constitution and create something more authoritarian. How do you feel about this? Personally I think that the foremost agencies for explicit advocacy of white racial consciousness are overrepresented by a fascist element. This is problematic, primarily because it is extremely difficult for many Americans to accept and it ultimately impedes the goal of white solidarity. [VDARE.com note: Sam Dickson’s speech at a previous NPI discussed this.]

Remember what Jared Taylor wrote on VDARE.com on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Fort Sumter regarding the modern Southern secessionist movement: "The cause of the South must be at the political center, not the fringe."

The same is true for all patriotic causes. A nation cannot be composed of just one small corner of the political spectrum. Broad-based nationalist sentiment is a must.

There are probably a lot of people who want to live in a majority white society, but would not dare to express it in these terms for fear of reprisal. To me, the white nationalist movement should be about making it safe to say these things out loud and not immediately be described as a hater.

I see some of the best minds among patriotic Americans shying away from the label "white nationalist" because the term seems to imply that one must be for ethnic cleansing, anti-miscegenation laws, and all sorts of ideas that I consider to be, quite frankly, un-American.

This need not be the case. A white nation should be able to have a minority non-white population and still be considered a white nation. The one necessity is that its people be cognizant of their racial identity.

In any case, there is much to be discussed. Come to the NPI conference and get involved in the discussion!

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