American Renaissance Conference 2023 Report

by H&D subscriber Brandon Taylor who writes from the “The Heart of Dixie” – Alabama.

Brandon Taylor with Jared Taylor (above right), editor of American Renaissance

Friday, August 11

I walked into the hotel and saw F. Roger Devlin sitting in the waiting room. We nodded at each other; he saw that I recognized him. I checked in and went up to my hotel room for a few minutes. A few minutes after 5pm, I headed down to the conference room to check in to the American Renaissance 2023 Conference. Standing in line, I was right behind Jared Taylor and Mark Weber and several other people as they were talking and waiting to check in and pick up their name badges.

I was very nervous, but I waited for a break in conversation, and I went up to Mark Weber and said hello and told him that I liked his videos. He seemed nice and we shook hands. The line proceeded to the check-in desk, and I got my name badge and went into the conference room, awaiting opening remarks at 7pm. I spotted Roger Devlin again and struck up a conversation about one of his recent articles “The Post-George Floyd Revolution”. We had a good conversation, and he was very receptive to my questions.

I get nervous in public, and I had trouble remembering what I wanted to say but I was able to get it out. I told him about the part at the end of the article which said, “The system will have to rot from within and be reinvented, which will take 50-100 years.” I said, wow, that hit hard. He said yes that the Soviet Union lasted for about 70 years, but eventually it did come to an end. (I forgot how many years he said during the conversation.) We shared a good moment. Roger Devlin has a PhD in Political Philosophy from Tulane University.

Then I walked around for a bit and spotted Mark Weber again. I was nervous about talking to him, but he was receptive to my questions and striking up a conversation. We talked about the “Guide to Kulchur with Frodi Midjord” videos and the “Institute for Historical Review” videos that I’ve been watching. I thanked him for making those videos and said that I’ve learned a lot recently.

I asked about Sir Oswald Mosley and Mark Weber actually knew Mosley. He started talking fast and I was trying to absorb what he said but from what I can remember he did meet Mosley at least one time in person in the 1970s but it might have been several times. Also, Mark Weber did attend a meeting where Oswald Mosley gave a speech at least one time during the 1970s in Germany. Mosley gave the speech in German and Weber said that Mosley spoke “pretty good German”. (I think that was an exact quote, he gave me a knowing look and we both nodded at each other).

I also asked about John Tyndall and Jonathan Bowden, and Mark Weber said he knew Tyndall and I think Bowden too, but somebody else came up to talk to him so I can’t be sure. I think he did say he knew Tyndall well, but I think the conversation shifted away and the topic changed before he talked about Bowden. I had told him how much I like watching rousing speeches by Mosley, Tyndall, and Bowden.

Brandon Taylor with Mark Weber (above right) from the Institute for Historical Review

There was a break in the conversation, and I started asking a few more questions. I brought up that I had recently become a David Irving fan and have been watching a few of his videos online. I asked him about a situation from the 1990s that I had just heard about. During the 1990s when David Irving was getting hit very hard with cancel culture, Christopher Hitchens said a few positive words about David Irving.

Hitchens wrote at least one positive article about Irving, and I had seen a video of Hitchens talking about it. I discussed with Mark Weber that I was surprised, because when I was growing up in the 1980s, I was a Christopher Hitchens fan, because I liked the way he talked, he sounded so smart. I remember Hitchens talking about how great Nelson Mandela was and how Apartheid was so bad. But Hitchens never went back in the 1990s or early 2000s and reviewed the data to see what happened to all the White people in South Africa. So, I was surprised to learn that Hitchens was willing to review the mainstream media narrative on David Irving and say a few positive things about him.

Mark Weber listened to me and gave me a good response and a very detailed analysis. (It was above my IQ level, so I didn’t absorb it). He talked to me for several minutes, but basically Hitchens did that because he was (politically or ideologically?) inclined to criticize Winston Churchill. David Irving was also willing to criticize Churchill, so I got the impression that Hitchens took up for David Irving because he was a fellow Churchill critic. Hitchens didn’t do it because Irving was a fellow White man or Englishman.

I walked around for a bit thinking of what Mark Weber had said. A little while later at 7pm Jared Taylor gave opening remarks for the conference. He welcomed everyone there and gave a security briefing. Afterwards, I walked around and saw people mingling about. I spotted Jared Taylor and he only had one or two people around him, so I walked up and waited for my turn. I asked Jared Taylor about his book White Identity and told him how much I liked it. There’s a part in the book where he says, “It is only a matter of time before this gives rise to an increasingly explicit White racial consciousness.” I asked him about how much time do you think it’ll be?

We both smiled at each other knowing that it was impossible to tell but that we won’t stay asleep forever. I had several other questions prepared for him, but I forgot what I had planned to say, as I was standing in front of a celebrity. We talked for a few more moments but it was mostly me saying how much I liked watching his videos and reading his book White Identity. I also told him that this was the first political conference that I had attended, and he welcomed me being there.

Brandon Taylor with Dr Ed Fields (above right), a longstanding friend of H&D, who was featured in Mark Cotterill’s obituary of his old friend Dr Roger Pearson

After I walked around for a bit more, I spotted Dr. Edward Fields, the publisher of The Thunderbolt and The Truth At Last newspapers for many years, and we talked, and I showed him my copy of Heritage and Destiny Issue #115 with his photo standing next to Dr. Roger Pearson. I had some printouts of old photos that I had found on the Internet that I showed him.

The photos were of men from the old days that Dr Fields knew and was friends with like John Kasper and Asa Carter. I even found a rare photo from 1960 of Dr Fields helping John Kasper out. We also talked about several other people from a long time ago that he knew in person, like J.B. Stoner, Matt Murphy, Emory Burke, and several others. I had a lot of other questions to ask him, about people he knew from the Segregation period, but I did not want to come off too strong or weird.

I walked around for a bit and joined in on another conversation with Mark Weber as he was talking to Dries Van Langenhove. I listened in. Langenhove mentioned that he was from Belgium. I asked him about Eva Vlaardingerbroek just to try to strike up a conversation with him and it turns out that Langenhove knows her. I asked, and he said that her views are genuine and spoke highly of her. I said I liked watching the interviews she did with Mark Steyn.

I asked about the Dutch farmer protests and the Dutch Farmer political party that had recently been formed. He said basically (this is my impression, because when people get to talking, I’m not going to catch everything) that the Dutch Farmer Party had polled quite well in the recent elections and some political seats in government.

They don’t have a clear political agenda, outside of getting elected. They don’t have a strong anti-immigration platform, as some of the members that have been elected are soft on immigration. All in all, I got the impression that the Dutch Farmers Party does not have a clear political agenda. I found this fascinating because the GB News videos, I’ve watched have given me a much more positive view of the Dutch Farmers Party because they have won some elections. We ended up talking for several minutes.

It was getting late and as the conversation turned to another topic I stepped away and retired to my hotel room for the night.

Saturday, August 12

On Saturday morning the conference began at 9am with Ricardo Duchesne. Prof. Duchesne is the author of several scholarly books including Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age published in 2017. His speech discussed how Cultural Marxism and Liberalism were intertwined concepts. I was not a philosophy student in college, but I will try to give an assessment based on my own impression of what he said. He discussed Classical Liberalism. He talked about the ideas of John Rawls and John Locke. He talked about how Liberalism changes what is deemed acceptable and what is not. Prof. Duchesne mentioned how the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Segregation many times up until the 1954 “Brown v. Board of Education” decision.

That made me think of the Colin Flaherty’s book White Girl Bleed a Lot. I don’t think any of those cases discussed by Colin Flaherty were important enough from Liberalism’s worldview to make it to the U.S. Supreme Court. Prof. Duchesne continued by saying that Conservatives over time accepted every principle of Classical Liberalism. He mentioned the late Sam Francis (PhD in British History, University of North Carolina, 1979). Dr Francis said that Global Capitalism leads to rootless consumers. I got the impression that Liberalism feeds off rootless consumerism.

Prof. Duchesne then discussed Aleksandr Dugin and his book The Fourth Political Theory (which I think was reviewed in H&D a few years ago?) but the topic was unfamiliar to me and didn’t sink in. He closed his speech by saying that Liberalism is a form of Pluralism, that Liberalism comes from Pluralism. Feminism and what we call Cultural Marxism, come from Liberalism.

It reminded me of a Phyllis Schlafly book I read Who Killed the American Family? (2014). In one part of that book Schlafly discusses another critic of Feminism, Christina Hoff Sommers. Schlafly talks about how Sommers does critique the many negative effects of Feminism, but Sommers is not opposed to the principles of “classical liberal feminism”. Phyllis Schlafly, writing from a Biblical worldview, says that the principles behind Feminism always lead to the negative effects. The underlying principles and negative effects go hand in hand.

Keith Woods, who is from the Irish Republic, took the stage at approximately 9:45am. Mr. Woods gave a political overview of the Republic, on how it has been liberalized very rapidly since the 1980s. Tradition was deconstructed. Intellectual deconstructionism was used for the liberalization of Ireland. He discussed how Sinn Féin has changed their views and marketing strategy during this liberalization period.

Sinn Féin now says that it’s a socialist party – rather than a Marxist one – to Sinn Féin it was never about ethno-nationalism, because to them “ethno-nationalism” is considered bad in liberalism. Sinn Féin now says they were fighting for “equality”, which is considered good in liberalism. Liberalism deems acceptable, fighting for “equality” and deems not acceptable “ethno-nationalism”.

Sinn Féin have always said that “Irish Catholics were being discriminated against” (which was once probably true) and says their fight is/was opposing discrimination. Also, the “thought crime” laws are so strong in the Republic now that there are “thought crime” laws on possession of controversial material, not just distributing it.

Mr Woods then discussed why the political leaders in the Irish Republic say they must take in more Third World immigrants, because the Irish have always been was a nation of immigrants – settling all over the world themselves (especially in America). He continued by discussing the problems the new Third World immigrants have caused in the Republic, similar to the events discussed in The Strange Death of Europe by Douglas Murray.

Mr. Woods then said, they don’t hate us because we are Irish, they hate us because we are White. That got an enthusiastic round of applause. He closed by saying, Sinn Féin rewrote its history, downplayed any ties to racial-nationalism and has embraced Cultural Marxism.

I didn’t realize it at the time, but I missed my chance to talk to Mr Woods. The entire weekend he always had several people crowded around him already talking to him – probably Irish-Americans. Although of Ulster-Scots/Scots-Irish heritage myself I’ve recently become a fan of his, subscribing to him on YouTube and Twitter. I wanted to ask him about his Nick Fuentes interview, which is surprisingly still up on YouTube the last time I checked, but never got a chance to.

According to Mr. Woods twitter “@KeithWoodsYT he met Nick Fuentes in Las Vegas, during a trip to Nevada, posting a photo together. I kept my eyes open for Nick Fuentes at AmRen 2023 but didn’t see him there.

During the coffee break, I saw Dr Fields again and struck up another conversion with him. I asked about a Christian Identity newsletter that I had recently subscribed to called The Torch published by Pastor Thomas Robb of Arkansas. Dr. Fields knew who that was and thought it would make for good reading.

Then I saw Ricardo Duchesne walk by me but he said he was on his way to get a coffee. But Prof. Duchesne made a point to seek me out and come back to my seat to speak to me later. I thought that was very nice of him, as I’m just attending as a regular guy to the conference. Prof. Duchesne and I had a good conversation. I told him I had bought his book Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age but that it was above my reading level. We both shared a laugh over that. I thought later that it would make a good book for a reader that knows philosophy well enough to discuss Oswald Spengler, Immanuel Kant, and Friedrich Nietzsche.

I do like the Aldous Huxley quote that Prof. Duchesne begins chapter one with, where Huxley talks about “non-intellectuals”. I switched to saying how much I like his Twitter feed “@dr_duchesne. I follow him on Twitter. I thanked him for making all the positive tweets about White people and told him about my favorite one. I showed him a screen capture of it on my phone and we both had a laugh over it. I don’t think it would pass a check by Winston Smith, in the Ministry of Truth! – so I won’t tell it here.

However, I think it would be permissible to discuss his tweet where he says, “Let’s be real: All the greatest sculptors are White men”. In that tweet, he lists about 10-15 names of famous sculptors. I told him most of those men I had never heard of, but I thanked him for saying so many positive things about White people. We shared a laugh, and he had to go, I didn’t want to delay him. In writing this article, I reread the tweet closer, and realized that I did know a few of the names, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Rodin.

Stephen McNallen

Stephen McNallen was the next speaker of the day. He began with an inspiring motto, “the existence of my people is not negotiable.” That received an enthusiastic round of applause. I found out later that motto was the subtitle of his book The Spear which I purchased later that day. Mr. McNallen practices what I think is called Odinism, Wotanism, or Asatru. He used those terms during the speech.

He also discussed the ideas of Carl Jung and his 1947 essay “Wotan” and talked about the Wotan archetype. Then something unexpected happened, a loud thunder sounded, a storm had blown in. It was a real storm outside the hotel, not a sound effect, it made a loud booming sound, at a very timely moment in McNallen’s speech. It was odd that the thunder boomed like that, but I took it as a good sign. McNallen cheered the thunder, and the crowd gave loud applause. He continued by saying that “wisdom comes in many forms” and “the world we call The West, was the land occupied by White People”. He continued, “don’t be Woke, be Awakened!” and “we will not obey, better to die than to be a slave.”

During the question-and-answer section, Jared Taylor asked the first question. Taylor asked, what was Stephen McNallen’s position on Christianity? He said that a lot of the readership to American Renaissance were Christians. McNallen replied by saying that he was positive on Christianity and had no problems with Christians, “when it comes down to the nitty gritty, we’re all in the same fox hole” and that we need to “Charlie Mike” together. Stephen McNallen was a U.S. Army Ranger. According to a Google search that I did later, “Charlie Mike” is the military term for “Continue Mission”, which is usually relayed after an interruption or difficulty in the mission.

Ruuben Kaalep (above, second right) visiting Kyiv with fellow Estonian MP Anti Poolamets and Olena Semenyaka (far right), coordinator of the NGO Intermarium Support Group

After the lunch break, Ruuben Kaalep gave a speech on ethnonationalism. He talked about how his first appearance at AmRen led to him winning political office in his native land of Estonia. He talked about embracing our ethnic roots and our national spirit and that in his world, there is no nationalism without ethnic nationalism. We need centers of resistance, of ethnic nationalists with deep genetic roots, to overcome globalists. We have a true connection with our soil, our ethnic heritage is a masterpiece. It stirs the soul. Take fearless pride in who you are and where you come from. These statements (paraphrased here) were received very positively by the conference.

James Edwards was the next speaker. He talked about getting his start in politics as a young man working for the 2000 Pat Buchanan presidential campaign (as did H&D editor Mark Cotterill!). In 2016 for the President Trump inauguration, James Edwards got press credentials to attend and took Jared Taylor as a guest. Jared Taylor was recognized by other members of the press and was considered too controversial by them. Mr. Edwards continued on by criticizing mainstream politics.

He said, “this corrupt and gluttonous empire will not last forever.” These people are not anti-racist, they are anti-White. People are not as afraid of the SPLC as they used to be. The law is whatever they want it to be. The only thing that matters is whose side you are on. He continued by asking, “why not yet?” Why have the White majority not been advocating for our views? He said, “our people are too comfortable.” Mr. Edwards closed his speech by saying, “never betray a brother, never dishonor our cause,” we’re going to need a leader, what an incredible journey it has been.

Gregory Hood was the next speaker. Here are some highlights of his speech: Democracy is good at resisting what people want. The Great Replacement, it is pretty much the only thing the governmental system exists to do. He mentioned Ketanji Brown Jackson and talked about White liberals versus White conservatives. He touched on a recent court case in New York, about how $1.8 billion was awarded to people that had failed an aptitude test for new teachers. Most of the recipients were Black.

He talked about how the government has been soft on crime and the root causes of crime. He said, “there is a point where willful stupidity is a crime.” That got a booming round of applause. Regarding Third World immigration, “these people are let in because they are causing problems for us.” He questioned, what is the traditionalist view of power? At the end of the day, it’s about us. It’s not system failure. This is what they want. The system wants us broken. He mentioned Trans ideology. The system is creating a nation of sniveling cowards. This system at a deep fundamental level offers us nothing. “Of course, I’m a White Nationalist!” The conference attendees roared with applause and gave a standing ovation.

Sunday, August 13

Jared Taylor opened the final part of the conference Sunday morning at 9:30am. His speech began with an overview of his career starting in 1990. He was allowed on mainstream talk radio interviews and the political TV channel C-SPAN during the 1990s. His book, Paved With Good Intentions was well received in 1992, two years before The Bell Curve by Charles Murray. Along with a few other books he mentioned published during that time, he thought that we were moving towards mainstream acceptance of race realism. But, in the late 1990s there was a clamp down on racial-nationalist groups including American Renaissance. He said, in a leftist liberal regime, censorship is inevitable.

The Trayvon Martin tragedy was headline news for months on end, but most any Black on White violence or murder received very little mainstream news coverage by comparison. For example, the two books written by Colin Flaherty. Mr. Taylor continued by saying, there was a lust for censorship from 2016 to Covid. During the George Floyd riots, a friend of Jared Taylor told him that there was so much broken plate glass in Chicago that it was, “Kristallnacht for White people.” That made Mark Weber laugh, he was sitting near the front of the audience. Jared Taylor continued by saying, the riots were not pro-Black, they were anti-White. That brought big applause in the conference room. He said, “after Blacks got equal rights, they got special rights.”

Strangely, that reminded me of the Milo Yiannopoulos book I read called, How To Be Straight. That’s the actual title of the book, but I think he means the title in a humorous context. There’s a lot of humor in the book, and criticism of Gays and Feminists. He says, “straights thought gays would be happy with equal rights, but instead they demanded special rights” (location 859, ebook edition, 2019). Thomas Sowell (PhD, Economics, University of Chicago, 1968) made a similar statement in his 1995 book, The Vision of the Anointed. He said, “the ability of society to defend itself against everything from criminals to the AIDS virus has been crippled in the name of special newly created “rights” for individuals to inflict costs and harm on others with impunity.” (location 4425, ebook edition, 2019).

Jared Taylor then talked about how so-called DEI experts say that nice people can even be White supremacists. Continuing, with the rise of DEI, they have continued to make excuses for Black crime. CRT is the biggest conspiracy. That received enthusiastic applause. The decriminalization of crime has led to crime ridden cities. There has been a push to get rid of tests that Blacks can’t pass. Reparations means that the USA is destroying itself. Mr. Taylor continued by saying, they’d slit their wrists before they would pronounce the words IQ. That got a big applause. Mr Taylor closed his speech by saying that, “I shook off my individualism and became a White man.”

With the conference being short on time, Jared Taylor switched topics to introducing the closing speaker of the event, Sam Dickson, a fellow Ulster-Scot like myself. He talked about organizing his own conference during the 1980s, which Jared Taylor attended, that’s where they first met. Mr. Taylor proposed ideas during that 1980s conference, which led to forming AmRen. Sam Dickson thanked Jared Taylor, Gregory Hood, and the other organizers for putting on such a good conference.

Sam Dickson – traditionally the closing speaker at American Renaissance conferences

Mr. Dickson discussed many topics on literature and history. Shakespeare once said, “this day shall gentle his condition”. When the Persians invaded ancient Greece, there was a fight for the European way of thinking. During the battle, when the Persians lost ships and men to stormy seas, the Persians whipped the sea, with whips, as in flogged the sea with a whip, to punish the sea for giving bad weather to their King. The Greeks were dumbfounded by the “oriental mind” on display.

Mr. Dickson then spoke of the Spanish Civil War. Someone once said that they knew the Spanish Civil War was coming when they saw “them” as Communists, not Spaniards. (I would love to hear Isabel Peralta’s take on this.) Continuing he said, the New York Times newspaper had a God-free, fact-free, religious frenzy. The MLK dream failed. There’s never been a study that showed MLK’s dream worked. If there was, we’d hear about it nonstop from the media. The fall of the Soviet Union was 70 years on the road to nowhere. It’s now called hate-speech to talk about facts. It’s like trying to treat cancer by eating chocolate ice cream and we don’t want to hurt the Blacks feelings.

Sam Dickson then mentioned Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. Be wary of what Stalin did to the Polish officer corps in the Katyn massacre. “That’s what those people are like.” Sam Dickson then talked about systemic racism and White privilege, saying it is not fact based. Doesn’t matter what lies they tell, what matters is reality. Communism will fail because it is not based on truth.

He mentioned that Mark Weber was in the audience and had discussed with a friend from Hungarian nobility. When the Soviets invaded Hungary, the noble family Sam Dickson is friends with fled to Florida. In Florida they lived in poverty, they had to flee without their money. But his friend said, “we have not lost anything except our money.” They retained their heritage, their culture, their music, their literature, their language. Americans have lost everything except money. Americans will be the most bankrupt country in history. Sam Dickson closed with poignant words, “we have the truth on our side, we have reality on our side.”

It was the closing speech of the conference and Sam Dickson got an enthusiastic round of applause and a standing ovation.

As I was leaving the conference room, I saw Mark Weber again. I said hello, that it was nice to meet him and thanked him for his work. He smiled and said thanks as we walked by each other. I forgot that I had a copy of H&D Issue 115 in my hand with Vincent Reynouard on the cover. I wanted to ask what Mark Weber thought of Reynouard, but I was in a rush.

Also, I forgot to ask him about Pat Buchanan’s book The Unnecessary War. I’ve seen a few videos where Pat Buchanan talked about researching a book on the Second World War, and he stumbled across Winston Churchill saying that it was an unnecessary war, that it didn’t have to happen. Buchanan said he was surprised by that and was also surprised that all the books written about Churchill ignore him saying that it was an unnecessary war. One of the videos I watched criticizing Buchanan’s book was a Hoover Institution debate by Peter Robinson who interviewed Victor Davis Hanson and Christopher Hitchens, both criticized Buchanan. They said that Buchanan got many things wrong in regard to battlefield analysis and political analysis. But I found it odd that Pat Buchanan was not invited to the debate. Also, it was strange that they did not discuss whether or not Buchanan was lying. Did Churchill say that the war was an unnecessary war? If so, why have historians ignored Churchill saying this? Victor Davis Hanson and Christopher Hitchens never discussed these key points in the video I watched.

I went back to my room to get my suitcase, but the hotel had automatically disabled my keycard because it had just turned 11am checkout time. At the hotel front desk, I was behind Sam Dickson waiting in line. I said hello to him and showed him the copy of H&D Issue 115 that I had in my hand and mentioned to him that I noticed he had written a letter that was in a recent issue. He brought up that he had heard H&D was having a conference in September and that he wanted to go, but that he had a prior commitment and would not be able to attend.

He seemed very friendly and noticed I was from Alabama. On the attendee’s name badges, it had on there our names or aliases and where we were from. He liked the fact that I’m from Alabama. I forgot to ask him about an old issue of Spearhead that I had read online. That magazine mentioned that John Tyndall stayed as a guest of Sam Dickson’s during one of Tyndall’s speaking tours in 1980 approximately. I also wanted to ask him if he had met Jonathan Bowden, Colin Jordan, or Oswald Mosley, but never got the chance.

A literature table at this year’s American Renaissance conference, including sales of Heritage and Destiny

On the way back to my room, I saw Stephen McNallen in the hallway and said a quick hello and mentioned to him that I had purchased his book The Spear at the conference. He gave me a warm smile and greeting but neither one of us had time to stop to talk and I didn’t want to delay him as it was a strict checkout time.

Then after I checked my room again for anything left behind and got my suitcase in hand, as I was walking out of the hallway, I saw Ruuben Kaalep. I said hello and thanked him and he seemed friendly as we walked by each other. I didn’t get a chance to talk to him at the conference as he was frequently having many people that were already in conversation with him.

I turned in my room key and was about to go to the parking lot but I saw none other than Jared Taylor walking towards me, it looked like he was just exiting the conference area heading back to the hotel room area. I stopped just to watch him walk past and he stopped to talk to me. I think he must have suspected I wanted to talk to him because I had a big smile on my face. He shook my hand again and I said it was a great conference and that I learned a lot.

This was my first political conference. I also mentioned to him again how much I liked his 2011 book White Identity, and I thanked him for writing it and I liked the cover design of the book. I was a little starstruck and forgot all the questions I wanted to ask him. He was very nice and was receptive to listening to me, but I didn’t delay him too long and I basically just said thank you a few times and nodded my head and we bid goodbye to each other, and I left.

As I was driving away, I remembered the questions that I had prepared but just totally slipped my mind as I was speaking to him in person: Did you get to meet Steve Wozniak when you were working for PC Magazine in the 1980s? How did you come about meeting Michelle Malkin? What was she like in person? She gave a speech for AmRen 2021. I used to like to watch the O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, when she would make guest appearances. I also wanted to ask about Dr Sam Francis. When did he come up with the idea of anarcho-tyranny?

After action report: I should have come prepared with the questions I wanted to ask actually printed out on paper. Also, it would have been a good idea to ask AmRen’s photographer to see if he would have taken a photo of me and Jared Taylor together. The photos I got with my mobile phone were OK, but could have turned out better – oh well! Everyone was very nice to me, and it was a good learning experience, there were several PhD college professor types there and published authors. I recommend to anyone interested in non-mainstream politics to attend next year’s American Renaissance conference.

Also, it would have been very interesting to discuss Feminism with Roger Devlin. I’ve been meaning to read his 2015 book Sexual Utopia in Power. A few years ago, I started reading up on the politics behind Feminism, and read books by Phyllis Schlafly, Carolyn Graglia, Helen Smith, Sue Ellen Browder, Jennifer Roback Morse, E. Michael Jones, and a few others.

Brandon Taylor, Alabama

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