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Two and a half hours’ worth.

On September 13, 2021, film producer Jamie Bruce interviewed Jared Taylor for more than two hours about all aspects of white advocacy for a documentary that was never released.

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(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
• Category: Ideology • Tags: White nationalism 
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  1. Realist says:

    Sadly Taylor still thinks voting matters…that the electoral system works.

  2. SteveK9 says:

    I wonder if Jared Taylor has ever read this: ‘The Diversity Myth’ by Benjamin Schwarz, published in The Atlantic in May, 1995. The ideas are very interesting, and frankly, it is one of the finest essays in English I have ever read. Abstract and first paragraph below.

    The hortatory version of our history, in which America has long been a land of ethnic tolerance and multicultural harmony, leaves us with nothing useful to say to the failed states and riven polities of the post-Cold War world

    SOLIPSISM is a perennial American temptation. In a grotesquely comic muddle of causes and cultures, Lyndon Johnson once sought to buy off the North Vietnamese with promises of a Great Society–style project along the Mekong. Variants of the cry “Why can’t they be more like us?” have long served as a staple of American tourists and foreign-policy mandarins alike. We have made ourselves at home in the world, characteristically, by regarding it as America in the making.

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