Peter Brimelow, a columnist for News Corp.'s MarketWatch, has been announced as one of three speakers at a press conference discussing “Why the GOP Must Win White America for Victory in 2012.”
The press release explains:
On September 9, The National Policy Institute will present a comprehensive, yet simple, strategy for a Republican victory in 2012—Win the White vote. “The Majority Strategy” is based on the GOP expanding its traditional White voting base, as opposed to continuing its failed “outreach” programs to racial minorities.
Peter Brimelow of VDARE.com, radio host James Edwards, Jared Taylor of American Renaissance, and NPI's Richard Spencer will speak.
The conference will take place from 1:30 to 3 PM in The National Press Club's Holeman Lounge.
NPI will also release two detailed reports, the first of which summarizes the Majority Strategy and is available online for download.
The event is being presented by the National Policy Institute (NPI), which describes itself as “promot[ing] the American majority's unique historical, cultural, and biological inheritance—and advances policies that, without prejudicing the legitimate rights of others, fearlessly defends our rights… our heritage.”
Brimelow is the editor and publisher of VDARE.com, which features the writings of white nationalists and supremacists while arguing against non-white immigration. Brimelow has written that “[d]iversity is not strength. It is, in important respects, repression” and wrote a fundraising appeal that was headlined, “Coming White Minority? Help VDARE.COM Now!”
Jared Taylor is described by the Anti-Defamation League as promoting “the idea that racial segregation is 'natural' and society is best organized along racially homogenous lines;” James Edwards is the host of a “pro-white” radio show; and Richard Spencer has been described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “white nationalist.”
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