National Policy Institute

The National Policy Institute is a white nationalist group, one founded by William Regnery II [ This link redirects to The Occidental Quarterly ]; it deserves to be better known however it does benefit from a hostile Wiki report and an openly hostile attack from the Southern Poverty Law Center; see Crooked Jews Name Alleged Hate Groups ex SPLC. The NPI is run by Richard Spencer.

The justification & the need for the NPI is that White People have their racial interests and every right to defend them. In fact they have a duty to do so for the benefit of their descendants. Other lesser races do this. While Jews do more than defend themselves; they mount wide ranging attacks on us that are financial, political & cultural.

One very recent [ November 2016 ] example comes from Twitter. See Twitter Initiates Mass Purge Of Prominent Alt-Right Accounts Following Trump Victory; its victims include Richard Spencer, the National Policy Institute & Radix Journal.

You might find it worth looking at their website, #National Policy Institute then comparing National Policy Institute ex Metapedia with National Policy Institute ex Wiki. You will see which is nearer to the truth. How do journalists lie? Often it is by omission but see How To Frame A Patriot to learn how the experts do it.

 

National Policy Institute ex Metapedia
The National Policy Institute is an independent research and educational U.S. foundation, headquartered in Whitefish, Montana. It may be seen as a think thank promoting the interests of Europeans/Caucasians.

Mission
In an August 7, 2005 speech on NPI’s vision, Chairman William Regnery II said, "The National Policy Institute is a Washington, D.C.–based research foundation that educates the public on trends and policies which affect the interests of the United States’ historic majority population. NPI seeks to elevate the consciousness of whites, ensure our biological and cultural continuity, and protect our civil rights. The institute will investigate issues of interest to the white community. It will study the consequences of the ongoing influx that non-Western populations pose to our national identity. NPI is guided in its work by the wisdom and vision of the Founders, whose purpose was to establish ‘a more perfect Union’ for the benefit of ‘ourselves and our posterity.’"

The NPI's "About" pages states, "Have you ever wondered, “why isn’t there an organization that works for us?” From African-Americans to illegal immigrants—from lesbians to left-handers—every ethnic and interest group has its own lobby or cultural foundation. The exception is White Americans—our country’s historic majority and founding population—the people that bears the unique heritage of Europe, Christianity, cultural excellence, and the scientific awakening... ...So why isn’t there an organization that has our interests at heart? Or maybe the question should be, why isn’t there an organization that has our children’s interest at heart—as well as those of our grandchildren and generations yet to be born. Don’t they deserve to live in a country akin to that of their ancestors’? At the National Policy Institute, we think they do."

Reports & Controversies
The Institute's scholars have produced a series of reports on affirmative action, race and conservatism, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the report The State of White America-2007.

In October 2013 in London's Mayfair Richard Spencer was one of the speakers at the Traditional Britain Group's Annual Conference, the theme that year being "The Future of the Nation State".

The NPI's conference to held on the first weekend in October 2014 in Budapest, was, just prior to taking place, condemned by the Hungarian Government as "racist", doubtless with other forces behind the scenes at work. Serious efforts were made to stop the conference taking place, with the original hotel being forced by the government to cancel its function rooms booking, police harassment of attendees and the arrest of Richard Spencer for "failing to carry his passport" in the city.[1]

 

National Policy Institute ex NPI
NPI is an independent organization dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of  people of European descent in the United States, and around the world. It was founded in 2005 by William Regnery and Samuel T. Francis, in conjunction with Louis R. Andrews.

NPI hosts regular public events and conferences; we publish books, journals, essays, and blogs;  we produce videos and podcasts—all dedicated to the revival and flourishing of our people. 

 

National Policy Institute ex Wiki
The National Policy Institute (NPI) is an alt right, white nationalist think tank based in Arlington, Virginia.[1][2]

Activities
NPI was founded in 2005 by William Regnery II.[3] Louis R. Andrews was the chairman until 2010. MSNBC reporter Jesse Washington claimed Andrews had voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 US presidential election in order, he said, to help destroy the Republican Party so that it can be reborn into a party that will support the "interests of white people".[4] When Andrews died in late 2011 he was replaced by Richard B. Spencer, who had been acting Director. NPI had been based in Augusta, Georgia, but was relocated to Virginia with the change in leadership.[citation needed]

The Institute's authors have produced a series of reports on affirmative action, race and conservatism, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and a report edited by Vdare contributor Nicholas Stix entitled The State of White America—2007. Stix's introduction to the report said it gave "a statistical and narrative portrait of the war on white America" and described the Supreme Court's 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education ruling outlawing school segregation as "arguably the worst decision in the Court's 216-year history."[5]

In September 2011, NPI hosted its first national conference, entitled "Towards a New Nationalism". Speakers included Richard B. Spencer, Alex Kurtagic, Tomislav Sunic, and Jared Taylor.[6]

In October 2013, NPI hosted another national conference, "After the Fall". Speakers included some from the previous conference including Spencer, Kurtagic, and Sunic, along with new speakers such as Alain de Benoist, Jack Donovan and William Regnery II.[7][8] In December 2013, NPI launched a new website, Radix Journal, which describes itself as, "a periodical on culture, race, meta-politics, critical theory, and society."[9] The NPI received a grant from the Pioneer Fund.[1][10]

The National Policy Institute is labeled by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as a "white supremacist" organization and named by the SPLC as one of four key groups playing a leading role in the promotion of scientific studies of racial differences.[11][3]

See also 
List of white nationalist organizations  

The Occidental Quarterly ex Wiki
The Occidental Quarterly
is an American magazine published by the Charles Martel Society. Its stated purpose is to defend "the cultural, ethnic, and racial interests of Western European peoples" and examine "contemporary political, social, and demographic trends that impact the posterity of Western Civilization".[2] Historian Tony Taylor described the publication as "a far-right racially obsessed US Magazine".[3] Other sources have referred to it as white nationalist.[4][5][6][7] David Frum and Max Blumenthal have called it pseudo-scholarly or pseudo-academic.[8][9]

Publisher and editors
The journal is published by the Charles Martel Society (not to be confused with France's anti-Algerian Charles Martel Group),[10] named in honor of Charles Martel, who halted a Muslim invasion of Europe at the Battle of Tours in 732
The current editor of Occidental Quarterly is Kevin B. MacDonald. Its publisher is William Regnery II.[11] Editorial advisory board members include Virginia Abernethy, Richard Lynn, James C. Russell and Kevin B. MacDonald.[12] Jared Taylor, of the American Renaissance magazine, is a past member.[2] Samuel T. Francis was an associate editor until his death.

In response to a critical essay by The American Prospect which said that "Sitting on the Occidental's advisory board is a who's who of the national anti-immigration movement",[13] Regnery defended the editorial board, stating: "Of the thirteen individuals on its editorial board, ten hold Ph.D.s and two others are editors of their own publications. All are respected writers in their own fields."


Positions

They explicitly reject neoconservatism and call for a "third school" to emerge from paleoconservatism in the form of an ideology of Western European identity politics, and holds that the American political order of freedom and liberty is under ethnic and ideological threat.[14] Its foreign policy positions, broadly, are anti-immigration with the exception of "selected people of European ancestry" and non-interventionism, including the rejection of influence from Israel and Mexico on U.S. politics. 

Other projects
The Occidental Quarterly also runs a news-related website, The Occidental Observer, as well as a book publishing company, The Occidental Press.[16] The Occidental Observer states that its mission is to "present original content touching on the themes of white identity, white interests, and the culture of the West."[17] The Anti-Defamation League has referred to it as "a primary voice for anti-Semitism from far-right intellectuals."[18]

According to Newsweek magazine, in 2004 the publisher Regnery announced to the magazine's subscribers his plans for whites-only dating Web site. Newsweek reported that Regnery was concerned about a declining numbers of whites in the population, and quoted him telling his subscribers that the dating site was important "since the survival of our race depends upon our people marrying, reproducing and parenting." Regnery defended the whites-only matchmaking idea, insisting that it is no different from sites run for Jewish singles, such as JDate.[5]

See also

 

Richard Spencer ex Wiki
Richard Bertrand Spencer
(born May 11, 1978) is an American white nationalist known for promoting white supremacist views.[1][2][3][4] He is president of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think-tank, and Washington Summit Publishers, an independent publishing firm. Spencer has stated that he rejects the description of white supremacist, and describes himself as an identitarian.

Early life
Richard Spencer was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Dallas, Texas.[5] His father is an ophtalmologist while his mother erected a building in Whitefish, Montana.[5]

Spencer graduated from St. Mark's School of Texas.[5] In 2001, he received a B.A. from the University of Virginia and, in 2003, an M.A. from the University of Chicago.[5] He was later a doctoral student at Duke University,[5] before leaving to pursue a career in journalism.[6]

Career
Spencer became an assistant editor at The American Conservative magazine in 2007; subsequently he was the executive editor of Taki's Magazine.[7] In 2010, he founded Alternative Right, a website that he edited until 2012. Spencer has been published at Right Now!, American Renaissance, VDARE, The Occidental Observer, and others.[citation needed]

In 2012, Spencer founded Radix Journal[8] as a biannual publication of Washington Summit Publishers. Contributors have included Kevin B. MacDonald, Alex Kurtagic, Samuel T. Francis, and Derek Turner. He also hosts a weekly podcast, Vanguard Radio (a successor to AltRight Radio).[citation needed]

Groups and events Spencer has spoken to include the Property and Freedom Society,[9] National Policy Institute,[10] and the HL Mencken Club.[11]

Views
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Spencer advocates for a white homeland for a "dispossessed white race" and calls for "peaceful ethnic cleansing" to halt the "deconstruction" of European culture.[7][12][13]

The Anti-Defamation League cited him in 2013 as "a leader in white supremacist circles", and says that since his time at The American Conservative, he has rejected conservatism, because according to Spencer, its adherents "can't or won't represent explicitly white interests".[14] In a 2016 interview for Time, Spencer said that he rejected white supremacy and slavery of nonwhites, preferring to establish a white ethnostate.[15]

Greg Johnson, then-editor of The Occidental Quarterly, stressed how Spencer's concept of the "Alternative Right" was to collect a variety of perspectives that are outside the purview of the American Conservative movement:[16]

[Alternative Right] will attract the brightest 'young' conservatives and libertarians and expose them to far broader intellectual horizons, including race realism, White Nationalism, the European New Right, the Conservative Revolution, Traditionalism, neo-paganism, agrarianism, Third Positionism, anti-feminism, and right-wing anti-capitalists, ecologists, bioregionalists, and small-is-beautiful types.

According to a 2010 article by Alex Knepper on FrumForum.com, Spencer is an admirer of Friedrich Nietzsche.[17]

Personal life
Spencer resides in Whitefish, Montana.

 

Radix Journal
A worthy website.

 

Crooked Jews Name Alleged Hate Groups ex SPLC
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In the world of 'academic racism,' four groups play leading roles.

Ideology and strategic arguments from the radical right are produced by hundreds of groups and individuals around the country. However, only a small number actually function as real think tanks, and an even smaller number are influential, even on the extreme right. The four groups profiled below, including one that was just formed last fall, may be the most important. They are also each associated with individuals who became involved in the recent dispute over anti-Semitism on the radical right. Each has said it opposes anti-Semitism, or at least anti-Semitism in its crudest forms (each of them also pushes the work of Kevin MacDonald, an academic who criticizes Jews in somewhat softer terms than most anti-Semites). One of them, the Pioneer Fund, has financially backed the racist research of many individuals associated with the other groups. All four organizations are listed as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Charles Martel Society/The Occidental Quarterly
Founded in 2001 by Chicago millionaire publishing scion William H. Regnery, the Charles Martel Society puts out The Occidental Quarterly, a journal devoted to the idea that "race informs culture" that is edited by a Who's Who of the radical right. Its chief editor is Kevin Lamb; its managing editor is Louis R. Andrews and its associate editor is Wayne Lutton, who also works at The Social Contract Press, another hate group. The board of the society includes Andrews, Lamb, American Renaissance Editor Jared Taylor and Sam Dickson, a white supremacist lawyer and luminary of the Council of Conservative Citizens. The Occidental Quarterly publishes an array of extremists including Robert S. Griffin, a University of Vermont professor who has been a member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance, and Marian Kester Coombs, wife of the managing editor of The Washington Times and a well-known racist writer. In 2004, the society went beyond publishing for the first time, holding a black-tie dinner in a fancy Washington, D.C., hotel, where it awarded Kevin MacDonald $10,000 and its Jack London Literary Prize for books describing the alleged "group evolutionary strategies" of the Jews. The Charles Martel Society and its journal have been very well received among so-called "academic racists" in America -- so much so that when Florida race scientist Glayde Whitney died in 2002, his family asked that in lieu of flowers, mourners send donations to the society.

National Policy Institute
After a year of soliciting funds for a "new think tank" in Washington, D.C., the National Policy Institute was established with a staff of four in September 2005 by far-right publisher William Regnery. The institute's mission statement says it aims "to elevate the consciousness of whites, ensure our biological and cultural continuity, and protect our civil rights. The institute ... will study the consequences of the ongoing influx that non-Western populations pose to our national identity." In an August 2005 speech to the Chicagoland Friends of American Renaissance (see group profile below), Regnery warned that "within the first or secondhand memories of people in this room, the white race may go from master of the universe to an anthropological curiosity." The institute has published two studies: a critique of affirmative action, which the institute opposes; and "Mass Deportation is a Viable Solution to America's Illegal Immigration Crisis," written by Edwin Rubenstein. (Rubenstein, a frequent contributor to the V-Dare hate site, is president of ESR Research Economic Consultants of Indianapolis and has served as research director for the conservative Hudson Institute, an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute, an economics editor at the National Review, and a contributing editor at Forbes magazine.) The institute's senior fellow is Wayne Lutton, an extreme-right writer, and its spokesman is Kevin Lamb. Its board includes Louis R. Andrews, American Renaissance Editor Jared Taylor, and James B. Taylor, who is also on the board of directors of the Reagan Ranch Program. Its advisory committee includes Kevin MacDonald.

New Century Foundation/American Renaissance
Jared Taylor, the man who heads the New Century Foundation and edits its American Renaissance magazine, presents himself as a cosmopolitan, open-minded thinker not afraid to take on the taboos of his time without stooping to racial epithets and the like. But, in fact, he is a man who promotes the idea of America as "a self-consciously European, majority-white nation," regardless of the calm tone of his journal, which has an academic look and feel. In 2002, for instance, Taylor published an article by race scientist Richard Lynn (see Pioneer Fund, below) under the title "Race and the Psychopathic Personality" that argued that blacks "are more psychopathic than whites" and suffer from a "personality disorder" characterized by a poverty of feeling, lack of shame, pathological lying and so on. After Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, the magazine ratcheted up its customary attacks on blacks, particularly in an error-ridden essay by Taylor that said the hurricane "was an excuse [for blacks] to loot, rob, rape and kill." American Renaissance, based in Taylor's home in Oakton, Va., also publishes frequent articles on the discredited field of eugenics -- selective breeding to improve human genetic stock. The foundation has hosted biannual conferences since 1994, and its website, featuring stories on black crime and the like, recently rose to one of the top 20,000 in the world after a makeover. In recent years, Taylor has added several budding racist intellectuals to his staff, including Ian Jobling, the website editor and E-list moderator, and Stephen Webster, assistant editor of American Renaissance. Even before he started the New Century Foundation, Taylor wrote on race, penning a 1992 book, Paved With Good Intentions, that argued because sterilizing welfare mothers would not be publicly accepted, authorities should instead provide such women with "five-year implantable contraceptives."

Pioneer Fund
The Pioneer Fund was started in 1937 by textile magnate Wycliffe Draper with an original mandate to pursue "race betterment" by promoting the genetic stock of those "deemed to be descended predominantly from white persons who settled in the original thirteen states prior to the adoption of the Constitution." Many of those involved with the fund early on, including its first president Harry H. Laughlin, had "contacts with many of the Nazi scientists whose work provided the conceptual template for Hitler's aspiration toward 'racial hygiene' in Germany," according to an article in the Albany Law Review. In the 1960s, according to William Tucker's recent scholarly book, The Funding of Scientific Racism, many board members and recipients of Pioneer grants sought to block the civil rights movement. In recent decades, the fund has concentrated on making grants to academics interested in the alleged connection between race and intelligence, along with related matters. It also paid to distribute the racist French novel, The Camp Of The Saints, and to publish an autobiography of Thomas Dixon, whose novels helped to romanticize the Klan and also to bring it back to life in 1915. Since 2002, the Pioneer Fund has been headed by J. Philippe Rushton, a Canadian professor who has produced work suggesting that blacks have "smaller brains, lower intelligence, lower cultural achievements, higher aggressiveness, lower law-abidingness, lower marital stability and less sexual restraint than whites," according to an article by psychologist Andrew S. Winston. Several organizations have recently refused grants from the fund in the wake of bad publicity. One recipient, Hiroko Arikawa of the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Mo., said she was returning her grant after being contacted for comment by the Intelligence Report.
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The Southern Poverty Law Center does not explain that it is also in the business of influencing public opinion, that it is a  Propaganda machine but then honesty is not its policy. It is run by Morris Dees, an unexceptionably nasty bit of work as well as being a Jew on the make.

 

Twitter Initiates Mass Purge Of Prominent Alt-Right Accounts Following Trump Victory
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Twitter has initiated a major purge of prominent accounts associated with the alt-right exactly a week after GOP President-elect Donald Trump's stunning electoral victory.

One of the first and most prominent accounts caught up in the deletion is Richard Spencer, president and director of the National Policy Institute, an alt-right think tank focused on white identity and related policy issues.

Twitter removed Spencer’s verified account, formerly available at @RichardBSpencer, Tuesday evening.

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Twitter also suspended the National Policy Institute’s official account (@npiamerica) and its online magazine (@RadixJournal), in addition to a separate book publishing company run by Spencer called Washington Summit Publishers (@washsummit).

The ban took place the same day Spencer appeared on NPR and The Daily Show.

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Paul Town, one of the alt-right trolls responsible for feeding Olivia Nuzzi at The Daily Beast a false and outlandish narrative on how Pepe the cartoon frog came to be associated with white nationalism, was also suspended.

Other suspended users, among many, include Pax Dickinson, Ricky Vaughn and John Rivers — all notable alt-right accounts.

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Just last week, Amelia Tait at New Statesman noted that the alt-right’s influence has surged, largely in part due to its use of social media networks. As she put it, the “alt-right – a new political movement of individuals with racist and misogynist viewpoints, who exist primarily on the internet – have thrived under Trump’s candidacy, and remained mostly unchecked by social media giants.”

Tait argued that social media giants need to “improve the way they deal with trolls, vitriol, and death threats on their sites.”

Charlie Warzel at BuzzFeed News recently made the case that Twitter was essential to Trump’s wildly successful campaign and has also resulted in the “empowerment of the insurgent political movement of the alt-right who, through a coordinated effort of trolling and online organization, drove enthusiasm and momentum against the establishment and for Trump.”

While Twitter has in the past slowly cracked down on accounts near the alt-right, such as those of WeSearchr CEO Chuck Johnson and journalist Milo Yiannopoulos, the major purge Tuesday evening of prominent alt-right accounts is so far unprecedented.

In response to the purges, many alt-right users are heading over to Gab, a Twitter substitute platform with a much more aggressive free speech policy.
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The agenda comes first, the truth trails somewhere behind.