Rep. Steve King & ProEnglish Share Stage With White Nationalists on Day 1 of CPAC | IMAGINE 2050

The annual CPAC conference started yesterday in Washington, DC, and the annual gathering’s first day did not disappoint. Some of the usual suspects gathered into one of the smaller rooms at 12:30 for a panel titled, “The Failure of Multiculturalism: How the pursuit of diversity is weakening the American Identity,” which was sponsored by the anti-immigrant group ProEnglish.

The panel featured Robert Vandervoort, the new executive director of ProEnglish; John Derbyshire of National Review; white nationalist Peter Brimelow, founder of the anti-immigrant; and Rosalie Porter, chair of ProEnglish. Listed speaker Dr. Serge Trifkovic was absent.

Unsurprisingly, most of the participants on this panel maintain lengthy track records of racism.

Breifly, Brimelow runs, home to some of the country’s most infamous Islamophobes, anti-Semities, and nativists. Derbyshire has called himself a “mild and tolerant racist,” and Vandervoort has attended many white nationalist gatherings and was also active in the white nationalist group Friends of American Renaissance while he lived in Chicago.

The panel attracted a far-right crowd, with the likes of Marcus Epstein—a man who plead guilty to drunkenly karate chopping a black woman while screaming racial epithets at her—turning out. Also in attendance were many members of the borderline white nationalist student group Youth for Western Civilization (YWC). YWC was chiefly represented by Kevin DeAnna, Tim Dionisopoulos, and Matthew Heimbach, who recently wrote an article for the YWC website in which Nelson Mandela was referred to as a “bloodthirsty terrorist.” Phil Kent of the anti-immigrant groups ProEnglish and Americans for Immigration Control was also in the crowd.

Vandervoort started by reading Trifkovic’s speech in the doctor’s absence. In said speech, Trifkovic stated that “immigrants,” “in particular Muslims,” are “often hostile to the European-descended majority of the Americas.” He went on to quote French author Jean Raspail, who infamously penned Camp of the Saints and is widely regarded as a banner-carrying racist.

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