Says white advocacy group spokesman. The Associated Press: Holocaust shooting signals race turmoil, some say Louis R. Andrews is chairman of the National Policy Institute, a white advocacy group. He does not advocate violence, but expects to see increased racial animosity that will eventually manifest itself in more physical attacks. "There's no such thing as post-racial," Andrews said, when asked about the claim that Obama's election moved American race relations to a better place. "There's conflict, conflict, and continued conflict." Andrews said he voted for Obama because "I want to see the Republican Party destroyed, so it can be reborn as a party representing the interests of white people, and not entrenched corporate elites." True enough. And check this out: Swain argues that many people with "white nationalist" views don't fit the extremist stereotype — they are professors, scientists, elected officials. Is change a'comin'?