Send Reinhard to Oslo to Cover the Scandza Forum!
Red Ice wants to cover the upcoming Scandza Forum in Oslo, Norway, and they want to send me as a correspondent to help live stream the speeches and report from the ground. I intend to crowdfund my trip, as there are many expenses involved.
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Information on the Scandza Forum:
On 1 July 2017, Scandza Forum will host a conference on ”Globalism vs. The Ethnostate” in Oslo, Norway. This is the second Scandza Forum event and the first event of its kind to be held in Norway.
The speakers include:
- Greg Johnson, PhD, former editor of The Occidental Quarterly and current editor of Counter-Currents/North American New Right, and author of numerous articles and books pertaining to the destiny of the West.His latest book is In Defence of Prejudice (San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017). Dr. Johnson is one of the leading ideologists of White Nationalism and the Alternative Right.
- Jonas De Geer, prolific writer and longstanding intellectual in the conservative and nationalist movements in Sweden. In the early years of the new millennium, Mr. De Geer edited the successful conservative journal SALT and is now the co-host of the popular radio show Motgift (‘Antidote’).
- Lauritz von Guildhausen, host of and contributor to the prominent Alt Right podcasts “The Third Rail” and “Honoring our History”. Lauritz is a rising star in the Alternative Right and was a regular contributor to the hugely popular, shortly re-launched, radio show “Fash the Nation”.
- Olav Torheim, PhD, editor of the High Norwegian magazine “Målmannen”. Dr. Torheim is an engineer and holds a doctorate in physics, and is a leading contributor to the debate on language, culture, and identity in Norway.
More speakers and information will be added soon. Ticket price: 500 NOK. Register at: firstname.lastname@example.org.