Richard Spencer is President of The National Policy Institute and Editor of Washington Summit Publishers, Radix Journal, and RadixJournal.com. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at The American Conservative magazine and Executive Editor of Taki's Magazine. In 2010, he founded AlternativeRight.com, which he edited until 2012. He attended University of Virginia and University of Chicago and was a doctoral student at Duke University before dropping out to pursue a life of thought-crime. Richard joins us to discuss the world of multiculturalism, how the elites are moving us towards a monoculture, and what Americans and Europeans can do to encourage a more traditional culture that honors our Western roots. We talk about the march in Paris following the January 2015 shooting attacks, an event staged as a rally for free speech and led by leaders who are the farthest from advocating this liberty. Richard underlines some of the problematic policies that are promoting a perpetual state of culture clash in Europe. We consider the failure of the West to fully understand Islam but also discuss how defending Zionism is not our fight. Richard suggests reasons why Liberalism is inherently intolerant, and how we can embrace letting other cultures who do not hold our values live out their own destiny. Further, we speculate about the end of the Leftist era and the beginning of a spiritual awakening that could take us past the current negativity surrounding our existence. In the second half, Richard gives the background on NPI’s 2014 convention of nationalists, traditionalists and identitarians in Hungary that was partially botched by the country’s Prime Minister. He explains how the usual suspects issued backlash and criticism in the weeks leading up to the event, and how it was stereotypically billed by Western mainstream media as a racist, white supremacist gathering. Later, we get into the positive aspects of Pan-Europeanism and the negative consequences of Nationalism. We end by weighing up the contradictory forces that must be overcome in order to unite as a race with similar goals and ideals by fostering beauty, pride in heritage, and the strong character of the great people of the West.