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Just blocks from the White House, the National Policy Institute will be holding its annual conference.  The conference promises a full agenda, with a roster of speakers well-known in the White Nationalist intellectual movement.  The topic this year is "The Future of Identity", and the speakers will sound the alarm on the hordes of brown and yellow people who threaten the "identity" of white people:

Throughout Europe and North America, nations are experiencing what can best be described as bankruptcy—economic, social, moral, and cultural. Moreover, the identity of "the West" that was promoted over the past half-century—"democratic," "tolerant," "liberal"—has begun to crack and splinter under the pressure of mass immigration, multiculturalism, and the natural expression of religious and ethnic identities by non-Europeans.
The Istitute is led by Robert Spencer, who is a staunch advocate for "peaceful ethnic cleansing":
To create a white homeland, Spencer argued for peaceful ethnic cleansing to solve the problem. “Today, in the public imagination, ‘ethnic-cleansing’ has been associated with civil war and mass murder (understandably so).  But this need not be the case.  1919 is a real example of successful ethnic redistribution—done by fiat, we should remember, but done peacefully.” He elaborated on his dream, “It is perfectly feasible for a white state to be established on the North American continent. Action is the easy part.”
Spencer recently set up shop in a corner of Montana  that has become a Neo-Nazi paradise.

BTW, if you plan on attending, the event takes place in the Ronald Reagan Building on Pennsylvania Avenue.  

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