Richard Spencer describes his experience at the 2017 American Reniassance conference at Montgomery Bell State Park, outside Nashville, Tennessee.
Richard Spencer is American Editor of AltRight.com; he's President of The National Policy Institute and founder of RadixJournal.com.
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.
You couldn’t pay me to attend an event sponsored by that Hasbara riddled website.
Looks like they did a great job without you, so just keep doing what you’re doing.
I too wanted to go this year whilst still in my twenties. But alas, I couldn’t face going by myself.
Plenty of huWhites there?
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.
My review of the conference features a nifty photo of Richard Spencer and myself. Please read it here: https://alternative-right.blogspot.com/2017/07/the-2017-american-renaissance.html
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”.