Earlier this month I attended the Amren 2011 “Shadow conference” in Charlotte North Carolina to spite the enemies of our people who believe that white folks have no right to discuss their own interests. And I was sure glad I went. With me were dozens of like minded people who often traveled just as far away to meet others, discuss issues of political importance, and find fellowship in the beleaguered white community.
The event was organized by the incredible efforts of Jaenelle Antas of Lighthouse Publishing and Matt Parrot of the Hoosier Nation. Along with other speakers I was honored to speak about Community Organizing and political activism alongside such esteemed activists as Paul Fromm, Matt Parrot, and Jew Among You.
As you could imagine there was much talk and speculation about the cancellation of Amren at the hands of a government official who is a lifelong member of many organizations that tout their advocacy for black people. Spontaneously it occurred to us to protest the hotel where Amren was supposed to be held and with a few others we made signs, went to the hotel, and quickly got harassed by the immigrant foreigner staff of the Sheraton who quickly threatened us (even faking a phone call to the police). So we took our signs and stood along a major road with the message of defiance.
My impressions of the fellow attendees, some local, some who drove ten or twelve hours to attend, was of the highest caliber. The sincerity and indeed faith these people expressed to the white America they loved and lived to see thrown away and discarded by Americas elite was humbling. This event reaffirmed to me the need for a consistent and public effort to represent our people in a way consistent with the cultural and historical paradigms with the American people.
To my knowledge this Shadow Conference was the most important event to date in the white advocacy movement this year and that made me think: we need events like this every weekend. White advocacy should not be a biannual conference. It should be a regular, vital activity by the throngs of those that consider themselves committed to our people future. No matter what your station or position in life, there are no excuses for missing the honorable act of representing the interests of white people.
The enemy believes they can cow our folk to extinction with a couple phone calls. For many of those that were going to attend Amren, that is all it took. A couple men I know whom I highly respect went so far as to say they would not “spend one penny in Charlotte and their negro mayor” as though this was merely an issue a few tax dollars. This and similar events are symbolic not economic. That we can organize and openly proclaim our interests despite the controlled opposition of party politics is a symbol of our refusal to back down and fade from the stage of history. The cost of sending that message is irrelevant.
Yet despite that truth some of our comrades will back down without a fight. Some will back down with their tail in between their legs. Some will back down by merely having their picture posted on the internet. However, some others will rise to the occasion and show the opposition what the men and women of the West are capable of. I am proud to have met a few of them that weekend. The mood of our little gathering was angry and defiant. I left Charlotte revitalized with the commitment of new comrades and relationships that will hopefully continue to make an impact far beyond the Shadow Conference. As Matt Parrot states in his incredibly touching visit to the grave of Channon Christian, the success or failure holds the future to protecting our people from all those that would do us harm.
Below is a link of my presentation and a link to a podcast recording the talk courtesy of Voice Of Reason radio.