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John Derbyshire’s talk, The Great Encounters: When Races First Met, discussed the interesting intersections between racial groups in pre-history and in historical times. Genetic studies and historical records compose his insightful comments. But violence is not merely inter-racial; intra-racial conflict can be equally – or even more – violent.
John Derbyshire is a novelist, pop-math author, reviewer, and opinion journalist. He is best known for his columns at Takimag.com and Vdare.com and for his Radio Derb podcasts. For many years Mr. Derbyshire wrote for National Review, but was ousted for saying sensible things about black people.
April 5–April 7, 2013, near Nashville, Tennessee
The West faces many crises, but the greatest is the crisis of race. In virtually every Western country, the European majority is threatened with dispossession by non-white immigrants.
Unless whites rekindle their consciousness of race and act in their own interests, they will be pushed aside by others.
We are dedicated to a renewed sense of Western peoplehood. Join us for a stimulating weekend of education, fellowship—and recommitment to the ideals of Western Civilization.