The man is definitely a selfawarewolf, but his perspective isn't completely devoid of value. I don't agree with many of his conclusions, but his criticisms are worth addressing. I've read a couple of guys books. He doesn't paint a complete picture very often, but sometimes he's got an interesting point about the nuances of the issues; like what the holocaust had in common with other similar events in history where a minority group gets funneled into occupying an economic niche that often leads to scapegoating when the economy begins to fail.
My point is that, while i don't agree with him, he's not completely out to lunch like a lot of modern "conservatives". He'd be worth putting on a debate stage to challenge each other's blindspots.