A conference in Washington, D.C. sponsored by one of the alt-right groups was recently featured in the news. Clips were circulated on the internet and in the mainstream media of attendees offering a Nazi-style salute to the group's leader. I have read elsewhere that this was staged and planned in somewhat of a tongue-in-cheek, sarcastic manner-- probably to satirize the manner in which they have been portrayed. The media, of course, presented it as something very different.
It turns out that some of the video from this conference is now available. Among the speakers was the academician Kevin MacDonald. I have written previously about Mr. MacDonald's work researching and interpreting Jewish political and cultural activism in the United States. He previously explained that it was Jewish advocacy that opened the floodgates for immigration from non-Western countries since 1965; and that they pursued this change for their own self-interest. This caused, among other things, the repeated instances of Islamic terrorism within the United States.
At the conference, he makes the claim that Jewish advocacy in the United States has created the phenomenon of white identity politics and the alt-right. While I do not agree with every sentiment he expresses, his talk is packed with truthful, insightful observations. Some of them are quite fascinating. I encourage folks who are interested to view it, and decide for themselves to what extent he has it right: