The Jew-haters that infest the white right
A reader writes with appalling news about the American Renaissance conference:
I just returned home from the AR Conference. Your blog comments concerning the AR Conference are dead on accurate. Unfortunately the conference was much worse than you reported.The same reader writes again:
At first I thought only a third of the audience applauded Fayeís comments but after speaking to at least a dozen other attendees, I raised my estimate to half. I believe this estimate corresponds exactly to the number of Nazi types and Jew haters who attended the conference. Possibly your other informant had so much to tell you about he never got around to this point. I have attended all seven AR conferences and the number of Jew haters at this conference was at an all time high. The number of Jews attending was no more than 10 to 20 individuals. I think the lack of Jewish speakers has kept down the number of Jewish attendees. Jared Taylor told me he had asked a number of Jews to speak but they all turned him down.Here is another first-person report, from Steven:
I also attended the amren conference. I thought that I might have been paranoid before I read your link. Sadly, being paranoid might be the better option. I have never been to an amren meeting so I did not know precisely what to expect. Judging from the monthly periodical and the mostly well reasoned posts I expected a confab of mainly rational, reasonable, racially aware people. For the most part, the speakers were excellent, Philip Rushton and a chap from South Africa (the name escapes me) in particular.Another reader writes:
I enjoyed your piece on the AR conference. I was there and I think the amount of real Jew haters was overstated. I donít think it was 50% but more like 33%. In any event it is a serious problem that JT needs to address.A poster at the American Renaissance website writes:
Iím conflicted about how to feel about my first AR conference. Should I feel a sense of hope because I met so many bright and committed white men and women who unapologetically gathered together in solidarity for a brighter future for the west.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 26, 2006 11:36 PM | Send