A Memorial Day special.
Millennials and Generation Zers like to pontificate about how very much superior they are to “Boomers” and to Generation Xers, and yet, in reality, the absolutely laughable cluelessness of these younger types is matched only by their overweening attitude of self-importance.
As an example of such cluelessness:
Cornelius • 6 hours agoI am 25. Can we all just stop and think about how Thomas Jackson, the author of this article, has been writing for American Renaissance…for 20 YEARS. He has been writing articles like this since before AmRen went online. That is very cool. And let me just applaud Thomas Jackson for his persistent work for our people, for laying the groundwork for future generations of Europeans. Bravo!
Yes, indeed, that is “very cool.” Just like the fine work of Trevor Lynch at Counter-Currents and The Unz Review. Jackson and Lynch are so impressive – so very, very cool – that I’m sure “Cornelius” would like both Thomas Jackson and Trevor Lynch to be interviewed on podcasts about their work and how they got involved with Amren and Counter-Currents, respectively. Bravo! Hip Hip Hooray!
In like manner, I present here an online interview I conducted with Mike Rienzi of the late lamented Legion Europa site, and who used to write for Amren and TOQ as well.
Sallis: Welcome Mr. Rienzi. I just want to say how honored I am to be interviewing you; you are a giant among activists, a veritable genius!
Rienzi: I wish I could say the same about you, Ted, but you’re just crazy and bitter, a low information moralizer if I ever saw one. And are you even White?
Sallis: Off-White, then. More of a Beige, I suppose. Now, sir, let’s discuss the failure of Legion Europa.
Rienzi: What is there to discuss? You just can’t compete with affirmative action. Is there any difference with EGI Notes?
Sallis: It is all one.
Rienzi: Thus and so.
Sallis: And I know that you were interviewed by Robert Griffin for One Sheaf One Vine. I must say, sir, that your experiences were remarkably similar to mine.
Rienzi: We have much in common, no doubt.
Sallis: Didn’t you once meet William Pierce, just like I did?
Rienzi: Yes, indeed, I did meet Pierce. In fact, I met you there as well. We met with Pierce together, don’t you remember?
Sallis: Yes, quite right. You are correct. I think we both made a mighty fine impression on Pierce, although possibly he thought that both of us were full-blooded Negroes, Nigerians straight off the plane.
Rienzi: Is that why he offered both of us bananas to eat?
Sallis: And then Hadley grabbed one and ran off with it. I didn’t know cats ate bananas.
Rienzi: We are getting off topic here.
Sallis: Well, I guess that means we are at the end of our interview. Perhaps we can follow up in a podcast?
Rienzi: Yes, but only as long as you invite JW Holliday who used to write for Majority Rights.
Sallis: I’ll get right on it. He may be a bit hard to find though. I’ll ask “Cornelius” for some advice on that.