2012 AR Conference — Richard Lynn, Guillaume Faye, Merlin Miller, and Roan Quintana-Garcia


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Richard Lynn, the author of many by-now standard works on eugenics, dysgenics, and race differences in intelligence, speaks about the world-wide problem of declining intelligence. He briefly summarizes the field of eugenics since Francis Galton coined the term in 1883, noting that the West has now had six generations of dysgenic fertility that has led to a decline in genetic IQ of about one point per generation. Improvements in nutrition have increased tested IQ, thus masking the genetic decline, but this is a one-time environmental boost that has run its course. Eugenics is the obvious solution, but it is notoriously difficult to accomplish. If we in the West do not have the will to stop dysgenic reproduction or dysgenic immigration, Prof. Lynn predicts “the torch of civilization will pass from the Europeans to the Chinese.”

Guillaume Faye is perhaps the most prominent European spokesman for white identity. In his charmingly accented English, he speaks of the absolute necessity of creating a world-wide white racial consciousness. He notes that just as America faces invasion by Mexicans, Europe faces invasion by Muslims. Mr. Faye predicts a century of possibly cataclysmic struggles, arguing that the Cold War was nothing compared to the conflicts that could erupt between the West and those who seek our dispossession. He likens the West to a tree, of which the roots are race, the trunk is culture, and the branches are civilization. The branches and even the trunk may be damaged, but so long as the roots—the biological substrate—survive, the tree can grow back. He concludes with a message of hope: “We must never be fatalistic or discouraged. Never surrender. Our worst enemy is indifference. Always there is victory to those who are confident and strong.” He receives a standing ovation.

Virginia Abernethy, the vice presidential candidate of the American Third Position Party (A3P), introduces the presidential candidate, Merlin Miller. Mr. Miller says that theirs is the only party that stands firmly against “the dispossession of the white race,” and calls for support in the 13 states where A3P will be on the ballot. He also seeks help in the effort to get the A3P ticket recognized by AmericansElect.org, which could result in ballot access in all 50 states.

Roan Garcia-Quintana represents the Council of Conservative Citizens. He declares himself “Cuban by birth, American by citizenship, and Southern by the grace God,” and speaks of the need to organize more chapters of the C of CC. He says that the council has been most effective at the state level, and looks forward to the states taking power back from the federal government.

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