A few weeks ago, I was visited by three just-out-of-college young people who were on a Kerouacian road tour in which they paid respects to right-wing dissidents across America. Needless to say, I was honored to be on the list!
But when the topic of NPI's upcoming conference came up, I got somewhat of a shaming. "We want to attend and hear Alain de Benoist, Alex Kurtagic, and Jack Donovan," I was told, "but all my friends and I are broke/buried in student-loan debt/only able to get a job at Starbucks."
Well, NPI has decided to offer special discounted tickets for $55. We're calling them "Millennial Tickets."
The only catch is that you have to be a full-time student or full-time, 25-and-under young person (i.e., broke, buried in student-loan debt, and/or massively underemployed at an overpriced coffee chain.)
Unlike Regular and Student admissions, these tickets do not include meals; seating will, also, not be as advantageous. However, Millennial Tickets do allow the bearer to attend all speeches and participate in the gathering.
We'll be checking ID and tax returns, so, if you're a young person who's actually employed, man up and buy a full-priced ticket!
Even if you can't make the conference, feel free to indulge in cross-generational angst: