Tag: 2023 Counter-Currents Conference in Dallas-Fort Worth
November 30, 2023 David M. Zsutty
David Zsutty Introduces the Homeland Institute
Fundraiser Update & a Report on the Dallas-Fort Worth Conference
In 2022 we had our best fundraiser year yet despite the economic downturn. Your incredible generosity allowed us to expand beyond the webzine and printed material into real-world events. Since then, and thanks to your encouragement, we held several international meet-and-greets and three conferences: two in the United States (Atlanta, Georgia and Fort Worth, Texas), and one in Europe. (more…)
We were honored to have Jim Goad take the podium at the 2023 Counter-Currents Conference in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, where he spoke on what the Right should do to avoid those pitfalls that can lead to the movement dividing rather than unifying white people behind the cause of white preservationism. (more…)
This talk was delivered on Sunday, October 8th, at a Counter-Currents gathering in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. I want to thank everyone who helped organize the event and everyone who came out to attend. I love Texas and am frankly puzzled by its one-star rating.
It is just a coincidence that today’s gathering falls on the birthday of Frank Herbert, the author of Dune, which is the best-selling and most influential science fiction book of all time. Without Dune, there would be no Star Wars. Without Dune, there would be no Warhammer 40K. (more…)