In his closing address at the 2018 American Renaissance conference, Mr. Dickson says that the “crash in morale” after the Unite the Right rally was actually a good thing, forcing people to abandon unrealistic hopes and reconsider their goals.
Mr. Dickson suggests Americans and English-speaking peoples in general have an incomplete understanding of politics because of the apparent continuity of our governmental systems. A true revolution has taken place, and many Westerners are ruled by governments hostile to those they rule, even though the form of government remains the same.
Mr. Dickson says no revolution has ever taken place without a split within the ruling elites and that white advocates must state their ideas in such a way as to create that split. He argues the existing system offers no hope of salvation and that white advocates should work for the day when a healthier system can be created.
We, says Mr. Dickson, cannot deny our heritage and history. “I cannot cease to be what I am. I cannot cease to be a white man. I don’t have that choice. And you don’t either.” Echoing Luther, Mr. Dickson concluded: “Here we stand. We can do no other.”