NPI Conference: Towards a New Nationalism
NPI’s 2011 conference will address the consequences of mass immigration into the United States from cultural, political, and biological perspectives. It will feature prominent experts, panel discussions, and ample time for speakers’ interaction with attendees.
This year’s presenters include Peter Brimelow, Sam Dickson, James Edwards, John Glad, Alex Kurtagić, Keith Preston, Byron Roth, Richard Spencer, Tomislav Sunić, Jared Taylor, and others.
“Nation” is an English word too often misused or taken for granted, its real meaning ignored or obscured.
Nation, in fact, does not refer to a governmental entity officially recognized by the UN, nor even to a plot of land with specified borders.
Nation, from the Latin nasci (“to be born”), means a race, a people that shares a common experience, tradition, and, most important, ancestry.
In this way, the National Question is one that should precede others regarding economics, culture, and politics. It is the fundamental questions of who we are and who we are to become.
Standing for the longterm interest of America’s historic majority, The National Policy Institute’s central mission is that of nationalism, properly defined. In its first ever conference, NPI has assembled a group of men who come from a variety of intellectual backgrounds but who are united in an abiding concern for the future of Western nations and the civilization to which they gave birth.