We have had an amazing outpouring of interest in my upcoming speech at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. The police have put into place what looks to be a very strong security plan to ensure the safety and rights of both sides of the political discussion. This plan, while crucial to safety for everyone, is putting an additional hurdle on unaffiliated students attending the event.
Antifa radicals are not only threatening myself and our Party members. They’re threatening the press, the curious attendees, the cops, and probably “the patriarchy,” too. The university and law enforcement have made it clear they strongly oppose us. But as a public institution still accountable to federal laws and the Bill of Rights, they have no choice but to host our constitutionally protected speech. This excuse doesn’t cut it for “No Platform” antifa radicals, who are hoping for a replay of Charlottesville where the government refuses to do its job, a bunch of people get hurt, and the institutions set themselves up for slam dunk litigation.
We’re running out of seating at the venue, and we’re hamstrung by security considerations which preclude the more open “town hall” format I would prefer. Mindful of that, we’ve set up a Knoxville Q&A form where students, faculty, and alumni are encouraged to submit tough questions and we’ll try to answer as many as possible. We’ll try to answer every bonafide question, either during the lecture or directly. If you’re a nationalist with friendly (or hostile) questions for us, please just use the regular Contact Form for that.
While we may entertain some personal questions and accusations, our main focus will be on questions about White Nationalism, National Socialism, and 21st century identity issues and challenges. We’re confident in the righteousness of our ideas and our cause, and look forward to striking up a passionate but peaceful and mutually respectful conversation about race.