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Peter Brimelow of VDARE.com noted that 40 years ago there really were Communist cells in some major newspapers making sure that nothing negative about Communism would appear in print. Now, there is a different kind of censorship. Those who look forward to a non‑white America “know they are very close to the tipping point, and that is why the new red terror is so intense. They smell victory and that is why it is essential to keep white consciousness suppressed.” Mr. Brimelow added that, if anything, today’s red terror is worse than anything McCarthy could muster: “It’s not a conspiracy; it’s a lynch mob.”
Mr. Brimelow still held out hope for strong action on immigration. In Britain, Enoch Powell had a tremendous impact on policy with a single, eloquent warning in 1968: his famous “rivers of blood” speech. “The country is ready for something important,” said Mr. Brimelow. “All it takes is a spark, all it takes is one ambitious politician, someone who is prepared to drop the bomb on this issue despite the advice of the political consultants.”
Why do these things not happen? “My favorite explanation,” said Mr. Brimelow, “is stupidity.”
Mr. Brimelow is the editor of VDARE.com, and the author of Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster.
April 17–19, 2015, near Nashville, Tennessee
Race is a myth. Diversity is our strength. All races are equal. Whites have privilege. IQ can’t be measured. America needs immigrants. How many other delusions and outright lies can you think of that we’re not supposed to question?
We are united in our commitment to Western Civilization and to the World Brotherhood of Europeans that holds our civilization in trust for future generations.
Conferees gathered from April 17–19, 2015, at Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center, near Nashville, TN, to discuss these important issues.