Richard Spencer has been leading an interesting life lately. Banned in Budapest for organizing the National Policy Institute conference, he was deported. Now we read of an encounter last winter with Randy Scheunemann that started with a chance meeting on a ski lift. Scheunemann is familiar to TOO readers as someone who has made a lucrative career by getting on the neocon gravy train:
Just recently it became known that Randy Scheunemann, McCain’s foreign policy adviser, was paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by the government of Georgia. Scheunemann was also President of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, sponsored by Bill Kristols’ Project for a New American Century. Kristol, like the other neocons, is eager for the US to stand up to Russia over Georgia: “Is it not true today, as it was in the 1920s and ’30s, that delay and irresolution on the part of the democracies simply invite future threats and graver dangers?” Ah, the old argumentum ad Hitlerum. (“The Neocons Versus Russia“)
And Scheunemann is well aware that to stay in the good graces of his masters and keep the money flowing he has to toe the neocon line on race. So one can only imagine his horror when he found himself sitting next to a certified advocate for people (like Scheunemann) of European descent. As we all know, the war on Whites is massively incentivized. Scheunemann is a good example of a White person who has benefited greatly by turning his back on his own people.
An article on their encounter appeared in the Daily Beast by gay activist James Kirchick (“A Racist’s Crazy Ski Resort Smackdown“). Kirchick’s piece exudes hostility toward Spencer and everything he stands for. Read more »