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American Renaissance

It is the eve of my trip off to Nashville.  This will be my second American Renaissance but perhaps the fifth or sixth event that has included Jared Taylor.  I have great respect for Mr. Taylor because he presents a very unpopular  position and does this in an eloquent and profound way.  His position is the ultimate heresy in today's multicultural world. He has the nerve to say that race does matter, that race and ethnicity are key factors in how we relate to each other.  Because of this position, he is vilified by many. But it is this fierce intolerance that makes his position all the more appealing to me.  If mainstream society is so deeply afraid of a point of view, there must be some power and some merit to it. It is not inconsequential.  And so I go on my pilgrimage into heresy, like a medieval monk going into Albigenses France. I know the Inqisition churns in their academic and journalistic dungeons. But I also know that truth is a powerful force in itself. And in the long run, it will prevail.



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I am here, and to quote greatness, it is good. A lot of like minded folk. I am so happy I am here. To quote silliness, happy, happy, joy, joy.


April 5, 2013 | Registered CommenterCuriousQuisling

If you go to this site you find Jack Ryan and myself giving a bit of commentary about the conference.
I did enjoy the event very much. But I am tired.

April 7, 2013 | Registered CommenterCuriousQuisling

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