FrontPagemag.com`s “White Nationalism” Symposium


“How does white nationalism differ from old
style white supremacy?”
That was the first,
glacially impartial question in the

symposium on “White Nationalism”
that

Frontpagemag.com`s
Jamie Glazov just lured me into.
Wiser heads would have refused (at least one did).  In
the event, I think the debate was dominated by
American Renaissance`s


Jared Taylor
. I just contributed a few witty asides.
I see someone in the enormous

discussion thread
has complained that “Peter
Brimelow once had some useful things to say about
immigration, but now he has discovered the `joys` of
white nationalism.”
  In fact, I`ve always resisted
the argument, ably if less controversially advanced by
Lou Calabro`s

European-American
group, that American whites should
accept that they are just another interest group and
organize explicitly. I think they`re Americans, dammit.
Nations are ethno-cultural entities; neither exclusively
ethnic nor exclusively cultural. Nevertheless, if mass
non-traditional immigration continues, American politics
will inevitably move in Taylor (and Calabro`s)
direction. Congratulations to Glazov and

David Horowitz
for exploring these issues.

January 11, 2003