A classic case of innuendo, ad hominem attacks and political correctness. And best of all, you can let him know what you think!
Stand against racism; tell the Westin Hotel to say no to the American Renaissance Conference:
I thought this might be interesting to anyone out there interested in
fighting against racism. February 19-21, the Dulles Airport Westin
Hotel in Herndon, VA will be hosting some of the leading white
supremacist “intellectuals” from around the world for the 9th American
Renaissance Conference. American Renaissance is a racist
website/newsletter edited by Reston, VA resident and infamous white
supremacist, Jared Taylor. Every two years, Taylor organizes this
conference which brings together many of the country’s most active
racists, such as anti-immigration fanatics, neo-nazis, and ex-Klansmen
to listen to talks given by leading white supremacists.
American Renaissance is the new face of the white supremacist movement.
When most people think of white power groups, the image of drunken,
“trashy rednecks” who can barely produce coherent sentences, or
idiotic, violent skinheads comes to mind. American Renaissance is
trying to change all that in an attempt to bring white supremacist
ideas into respectable, mainstream society.
For example, it is a rule
that all males who attend the conference (and it is almost all males
who attend; not many women ever show up), must wear a jacket and tie.
This, presumably is to hide all of the smelly confederate flag t-shirts
and swastika tattoos that conference attendees, like the Keystone State
Skinheads, would have showing otherwise. Also, they never use words
like “racism”, or “white supremacy” to describe themselves.
Hilariously, Jared Taylor refers to himself as a “race relations
expert”. He also calls himself a “race realist”. The term “race
realist” is just code for “white supremacist”.
They also never publicly
use terms like “nigger”. Instead, they use academic language to argue
ideas that are just as racist as the word “nigger” is.