Patrick Casey, the founder of white nationalist organization Identity Evropa, told NBC’s “Today” that he has a grand plan to take over the entire Republican Party to make it a vehicle for white supremacy.
In an interview with Pete Alexander, Casey said that his goal is to infiltrate College Republican organizations and gradually introduce its members to “identitarian” concepts such as maintaining a white “super majority” in the United States.
“We encourage our guys to go to College Republicans’ meetings, to go to GOP meetings as well, to network with people, to, perhaps discretely at first, broach identitarian and nationalist ideas,” he said.
Alexander then asked him why he felt the need to be “discrete” about bringing white nationalism to young conservatives.
“We want to make an effort to blend in,” he replied. “These ideas are a bit controversial, but we are convinced that the logical conclusion of Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ agenda does need to address demographics.”
When pressed by Alexander what addressing demographics would entail, Casey said that he wanted to change American immigration laws to explicitly favor bringing in white immigrants from Europe — while barring immigrants from non-white countries.
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