Previews of some of the Amren 2012 speeches

In the near future, American Renaissance will offer high-quality DVDs of the 2012 conference speeches. In order to avoid undermining their sales, I am only publishing the first few minutes of the speeches I recorded. Unfortunately, I did not have the presence of mind to record the first two speeches, those of Weissberg and Kurtagic.
Here they are:
I hope y’all enjoy them; it took me all day to upload them!

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7 Responses to Previews of some of the Amren 2012 speeches

  1. WmarkW says:

    Thanks for these.
    Has any woman ever addressed an Amren conference? IMO, the most important political priority for the Amren philosophy is to break women away from the diversity coalition with the ethnic minorities. A thoughtful female speaker could address some issues like the role of minorities in creating unsafe neighborhoods and gender violence, offensive cultural practices and attitudes among immigrants, and the political threat non-Westerners pose to the feminist political agenda.
    Looking like an Elks club from 1956 is not a forward-looking strategy.

  2. Cameron says:

    Appreciated, thanks a lot.

  3. Oh no! I watched the first part of Yeagley’s speech and now I have to hear the rest.

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