The Majority Strategy — NPI Press Conference
On September 9, 2011, the National Policy Institute held a press conference entitled “The Majority Strategy” at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Richard Spencer — “The Majority Strategy”
James Edwards — “Obama and the ‘R Word’”
Jared Taylor — “White Identity: Why We Need It”
With each new election cycle, the Republican leadership becomes ever more convinced of its need to “reach out” to Hispanics, Blacks, and other minorities, or else risk irrelevance and defeat.
The votes of America’s historic majority—namely, European Christians—are either taken for granted or treated as of lesser value.
The reality is that in multicultural America, Hispanics and Blacks are exceedingly unlikely to vote Republican, not to mention embrace “conservative values”.
In place of outreach to the unreachable, Republicans would be wise to instead broaden their existing White base. Complimentary to this would be a dedication to immigration policies that stem the influx of Democrat-voting Third World migrants.
The “Majority Strategy,” developed mostly by Brimelow and Steve Sailer at VDARE.com, is the path to victory for Republicans. It also would ensure that they could bequeath to their children a country in keeping with the traditions of their ancestors.