Richard Spencer talks about wanting a nation with the races divided on geographical lines.
CB: ... You don't consider yourself a racist...?
RS: I would never say something like "I don't like black people."
CB: But you don't want me in your neighborhood.
RS: Right, I mean... I... I think the country is fragmenting, because t the end of the day racial differences cannot be breached ever.
RS: Lots of people come up here and talk about equality or opportunity or whatever; that's bullshit. I do care about power. Power is good.
CB: Power is good if you're the boss or you're the slave owner...
RS: I'm not going to help the situation by being a conservative that says (insert doofy voice) "Oh, I'm color blind, we're all the same. God created us equal." That's bullshit.
CB: Wait.. wait...
RS: That's bullshit and bullshit never helps.
CB: You don't... you don't believe in equality at all?
RS: No. Equality? No, that's nonsense. There's no equality in nature; there's difference.
It only gets worse later:
RS: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Sounds very... enlightenment... kinda... I'm tempted to say fag-y.
It's worth watching just to know for a fact what the mild end of Spencer's rhetoric is and how he's just a hateful liar about it all.