After months of deciphering and decoding Hillary Clinton's infamous speech about an 'alt right' movement, we finally found such an entity.
Conservatives have largely adopted the philosophy of the Republican activist and civil rights leader, Rev. Martin Luther King jr.;
"All people should be judged by the content of their character, and not the color of their skin."
But sadly, many race baiters of many colors have sought to exacerbate race matters rather than heal them. The New Black Panther party and other opportunists have grown in prominence since the election (Obama '08) which was supposed to end the racial divide.
The National Policy Institute(501c3 nonprofit) has emerged as the thinktank dedicated to studying the racial impact of the left's policies on social engineering. Like most policy wonks, they existed in obscurity. that is; until they found an effective communicator... Richard Spencer.
Richard Spencer was raised in Dallas, Texas and attended St. Mark's prep school. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson's University of Virginia with a bachelor's degree in English literature & music.
He then studied humanities at the very militantly liberal University of Chicago. He was awarded a Masters degree in Humanities from that institution.
Richard is now the president of NPI and he effectively utilizes new media to communicate. His Radix media conglomerate of webcast, podcast, blog, and published books; along with the conferences and speaking tour; has grown the organization far beyond what it had been just months ago.
Spencer seems to have given up on the King doctrine, because he believes the racebaiting of the other race groups are not adhering to the same. He believes his white heritage should be celebrated and honored along with any other. He steadfastly believes that a concentrated effort exists to suppress, diminish, and discredit his whoite heritage and various manifestations of European culture.
Barack Obama gave a mighty speech at the 2004 DNC. It was about "One America". If his 8 years of running the country had been anything like the tone of that lofty sppech, America would be a much more harmonious land. But it was just the phoney propoganda used to get him into power so that his social architects could fundamentally transform the nation - by force.
I guess we will always have the racebaiters like Louis Farrakhan and Richard Spencer. And we will always have opportunists in the media who will paint entire movements as an extremist and radical expression of the fringe. Hillary Clinton tried to paint all Donald Trump supporters as at least ignorant enablers of the Alt Right. And the major media has operatives continuing this lie.