In this video of him speaking and answering questions, hear some deep thoughts from Richard Spencer, along with his discussion of having an Asian girlfriend and why he includes Jews and homosexuals in his organization, meetings, and parties, and his opinion that race-mixing is not a threat to Whites: CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO.
- “I would say that the Neo-conservatives are actually a model to be emulated.”
- “I don’t believe there is one moral standard for the universe or anything like that, I think everything comes from a perspective.”
- “I actually understand Black Lives Matter on a fundamental level… I, in a way, understand that deep HURT that they are coming from – they don’t feel like they are part of White America.”
- “When people say ‘a conspiracy,’ that’s kind of like a racist word, it’s not a real word, like ‘are you a racist?’ It’s ridiculous.”
- “To call Jews European would be to insult their being and history and I would never do that.”
- “I think it is very important that the Ethnostate be a dream, it is a utopia in a sense, I think it would be ridiculous to start defining it right now, it is something for the future, it is very simple, it is very similar to the idea of Zionism for Jews in the 19th century, its actually very similar to the ideal of Communism for the Left in the 19th century.”
- “In terms of the European Homeland, we would have fine relationships with the Jewish Homeland, we would not want to undermine that. We understand the Zionist impulse in a way that others don’t.”
- “[Race-mixing] is not really a threat to White Identity, to be honest, simply because of numbers. In terms of intermarriage between Asians and Whites or something, it’s not something significant that we really have to deal with. It’s not like half of the country is East-Asian and the other half is White and we’re all mixing – that is simply not happening on that scale, so it’s simply not an important question. I don’t feel like intermarriage is really threatening White Identity.”
- “Whites aren’t going away. If you watch network television you would probably believe that half the country is gay and half is Hispanic. It’s ridiculous, that’s not what the country is.”
Oh, And Stephen Molyneaux? Stephen Molyneaux’s mother was a German Jewess born in Berlin in 1937. Listen to him here.