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“Benevolent Xenophobia” On American Renaissance

I am fortunate to be featured on the pages of American Renaissance with a new article, “Benevolent Xenophobia,” which posits that our choice between benevolent xenophobia and tolerance that ends in xenocide should come down hard on the side of benevolent xenophobia.

As many know, I have developed this concept among others for my second book, and wanted to write about it as we went into the 2020 elections. Thank you to American Renaissance and Jared Taylor, Gregory Hood, and Chris Roberts for their extensive help in accepting, editing, and publishing this article.

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