The 2017 American Renaissance Conference: "Turning the Tide."
Author Julian Langness gives an insightful analysis of how the dynamics of generational change will overthrow the globalist order. He notes that his generation—millennials—were “raised with a sort of nothingness: No loyalty to family, nation, God . . . nothing. We were taught indifference, if not shame towards our ancestors.”
For millennials, the challenge is to reject nothingness. To shake off the blinders is “to exchange porn for procreation, student debt for meme warfare, video games for the shooting range, and Vicodin for the red pill.” The real counterculture, he notes, is now on the Right. The Left is stuck in the futile conformity of “social justice,” while we are bursting with energy and creativity. “If the ideology uniting all these people were anything other than what it is [racial identity], this new counterculture would be on the front page of every major newspaper,” he says.
Mr. Langness predicts that as baby boomers die off, there will be a political vacuum, and “millennials will take the reins of power by default.” The meme warfare his generation has perfected is opening the eyes of countless disillusioned young whites who will use their power to further explicitly racial goals. Nevertheless, Mr. Langness does not envisage an electoral solution; with “turbulence on the horizon” we must be ready for anything. “Shopping mall multiculturalism pushes our racial tensions beneath the surface,” he says, but at any time “it could bust forth—as it did overnight after Hurricane Katrina.”