AmRen 2017—A Report

Richard Spencer
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  • I liked it when you could watch Taylor’s AMREN conferences on CSPAN.

    I spent years on the rubber chicken circuit listening to politicians say inane things like, “I’m going to”, fill in the name of a state capital, or Washington DC, “and shed blood for you”.

  • As an outsider (South African) I am thrilled to reflect on two terrific aspects of Amren that I experienced. Firstly, the buoyant mood and optimism of the audience; secondly, the very quality of the people. It was an eye-opener and a great privilege indeed.

  • Sad I couldn’t attend. Looks like I won’t be able to make it to one while I can say I’m still in my twenties.. unless they have it before next July.

    I am curious as to the composition of the opposition crowd though. While low energy mirrors the other descriptions, I believe someone from counter-currents said the local “NAACP” protest consisted of half a dozen old white women and one old black woman.

    It must have been amusing to witness.

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