During the 129-minute session, he described a shoreline on what appeared to him to be a primitive Earth. He later estimated a time of about thirty million to fifty million years after the time of the dinosaurs. Cavorting on this shoreline was a large family of protohumans-hairy animals about four feet in height, walking upright and possessing eyes exhibiting a spark of intelligence despite a somewhat smaller cranial capacity. Two things surprised McMoneagle in this session. These creatures appeared to be aware of his psychic presence, and they did not originate at that location.
A lot of people today don't have a web presence outside of social media. If you have something to say and you want it published on a proper platform, i invite you to submit your work for which you will of course be given full credit.
I don't know anything about Taylor other than what i learned from the two video interviews, nor do recall ever reading anything from American Renaissance. I did a quick search for his name and the first results were exactly as i suspected:
Wikipedia: Samuel Jared Taylor is an American white supremacist. He is the founder and editor of American Renaissance, a white supremacist online magazine.
Southern Poverty Law Center: Taylor is the founder of the New Century Foundation and edited its now-discontinued American Renaissance magazine, which, despite its pseudo-academic polish, regularly published proponents of eugenics and blatant anti-black and anti-Latino racists.
As someone who has written revisionist oriented articles about Germany, Hitler and the Jewish holocaust, and who is highly critical of the Jewish-Zionist criminal cabal, one might assume that i might be the kind of person that would readily subscribe to the ideology of white supremacism, Neo-Nazism, or some other flavor of supremacism. This is not the case however, nor does it appear to be true that Jared Taylor is a white supremacist, at least not from what he said during the video interviews conducted by CNN. What Taylor thinks privately or has said in the past, i have no idea, but regardless, i think he makes some excellent points regarding race mixing given the current social climate in much of the world.
Taylor certainly does not appear to be anything like the typical Neo-Nazi or Skinhead and, in fact, he is careful to distinguish himself from such critters. He does not advocate for a White European United States where all non-Europeans would be expelled. He does not appear to be against interracial communities or relationships. Basically, he seems to advocate for little more than the right of White Europeans to retain their culture, just as many other races do. The problem with this idea is that being White is no longer popular. Western governments, media and even colleges are demonizing Whites in full force and promoting multiculturalism at every opportunity and the real kicker is that much of this is being driven by some of the most racist people on the planet. If you wonder which people i'm referring to, ask yourself which state it is that was formed on the basis of religion, promotes multiculturalism and so-called diversity, yet refuses to practice what it preaches.
Taylor is no dummy. He is very articulate and seems knowledgeable about the subject of race and race mixing. In the both interviews with CNN he destroys virtually every attack and point raised by the interviewers and does so with elegance. His basic idea seems very simple; allow White Europeans, or any other race, to have the opportunity to live in communities without fear of dilution through forced race mixing if they so choose. He articulates what he thinks are inherent differences between races and the disaster that results from forcing one onto another. I don't agree with everything he says and i am certainly not convinced that racial differences regarding social behavior are a product of genetics. I think many of these differences are learned as a result of the environment in which one is born into and i think Taylor underplays the importance of this.
CNN of course chopped the interviews into soundbites that jive with their radical left political views in order to make Taylor look like a racist ass and so i recommend watching them in full.
For as long as there has been human language, humans have been using it to manipulate one another. The fact that it is possible to skillfully weave a collection of symbolic mouth noises together in such a way as to extract favors, concessions, votes and consent from other humans has made manipulation so common that it now pervades our society from top to bottom, from personal relationships between two people to international relationships between government agencies and the public.