The 2010 Amren Conference took place … well, sorta. In Jared’s words, it was not really a conference, but something thrown together at the last minute. It adjourned a few minutes ago. About 60 racialists gathered to discuss the attack on our constitutional rights in Britain, Canada, and the United States. There were five or six speakers in a small restaurant in an undisclosed location. No sign of Jeffrey Imm or antifa who were left in the dark.
Lots of people had already arrived in Washington, DC or decided to come anyway after the conference was cancelled. Known quantities were invited to attend the private gathering. This was necessary to eliminate spies and disruptors and salvage what remained of the weekend. There have been many fruitful discussions going on about the future of the Amren conferences.
1.) Should the Amren conferences be held in a more hospitable area? Cities like Richmond, Minneapolis, Dallas, and Birmingham were among the suggestions.
2.) Should the Amren conferences be held in private nature resorts? Many people hate the Beltway traffic and multicult diversity and would prefer a more natural location.
3.) Should the Amren conferences be private invitation only events? This would eliminate the Jeffrey Imm problem in one stroke.
4.) What steps should be taken to retaliate against antifa disruptors? Revenge was in the air.
5.) Should the 2010 Amren conference be rescheduled for later this summer? A lot of people were in favor of this idea.
The real conference is always the networking and camaraderie that goes on after hours behind the scenes. The speakers and the lectures are really just an excuse to gather in a central location, plot, conspire, and enjoy each others company. That has been going on since at least Wednesday when I arrived in town. I’ve made a number of new acquaintances.
Several people videotaped the pseudo-conference and snapped some photos. We plan to upload those to YouTube and OD Facebook. The videos will be linked here. I will be touring Washington, DC with Pip Pockets tomorrow and snapping photos of all the monuments and scenery. I want to check out the Holocaust Museum while I am in the area. Updates will be posted on OD Twitter.