Help VDARE.COM Post Juan Mann And Other Immigration Patriots!


[With starving citizen
children, Hannah Claire and Alexander…]

Peter Brimelow writes:
Tonight we post a column by Juan Mann exposing an
unnoticed problem with the GOP House Leadership
immigration bill, which many greeted with relief because
it apparently ignored the White House drive for amnesty.
(Scroll down to link, conveniently below contribution
information). Juan Mann is a national treasure, a lawyer
able to match the Treason Lobby immigration lawyers line
by line and provide solid ammunition that immigration
patriots in Washington D.C. can actually use. His
regular appearance on VDARE.COM is an example of how we
have provided a forum for writers with the differing
types of knowledge and skills needed to reverse
America`s immigration disaster. Some are funnier, but
all are vital. But we can only keep doing this if YOU
help!

It`s that time of year again.

It`s Christmas.

Soon it will be New Year—and the end of fiscal 2005.

It`s the season for VDARE.COM to run its annual War
Against Christmas Competition, looking for the most
outrageous attempt to abolish Christmas.

And it`s also time for us to ask for money.

I
don`t like doing this. But my advisors tell us this
because I still haven`t developed the shamelessness
necessary to build an institution. Christmas appeals are
a critical part of the non-profit world, just as
Christmas sales are to commerce. People are in a holly,
jolly mood. They are also thinking, with some corner of
their minds, about the need to pay taxes on 2005 income
and capital gains (remember, we can accept stock – see
below).

Donations to VDARE.COM are tax-deductible. 

And we are indeed building an institution at VDARE.COM.
Of course, we shouldn`t have had to do it. Established
foundations and media mouthpieces should have addressed
the issue of nation-breaking mass immigration, both
legal and illegal.

But they didn`t. In fact, I founded VDARE.COM—after some
testing, the first public announcement was emailed out
on Christmas Eve 1999—because I and others had been
extruded from one such media mouthpiece, and immigration
criticism abandoned.

In a way, it`s not surprising. It`s a common observation
in business history (I daylight as a financial
journalist) that corporations don`t survive
“technological discontinuities”—
a radical change in
the markets they serve. Instead, new corporations come
along.

I
sometimes wonder what American institutions—think tanks,
magazines, even political parties—will survive the
radical changes looming because of our ongoing
immigration disaster. I am sure, however, that VDARE.COM
will be ready.

But, in the short run, it means we have our work cut out
for us at VDARE.COM. We have had to press fifty years of
institution-building into just over five.

Fortunately, the internet makes miracles possible, and
we now have hundreds of thousands of readers each month.
But it takes relentless hard work—and money to pay our
dedicated writers, and the many more we`d like to run.

In fact, the Christmas story is a heartening one for us
at VDARE.COM. We posted a story about the War Against
Christmas on Christmas Day 1999 (not sure how I managed
that, the children were very small) and began our first
War Against Christmas Competition in 2000.

At that time, no-one ever mentioned the subject and, in
fact, the Establishment mouthpiece mentioned above
dropped discussing it as soon as I was eliminated. Now,
as I look at the emails coming in, I am simply amazed at
how widespread the resistance to the Khristmaskampf has
become—how many individuals are rebelling and demanding
that stores not use the Christophobic “Happy
Holidays”
and that Christmas Trees be called, well,
Christmas Trees. Several major media figures have taken
up the cause, and even (wow!) a few politicians.

The battle has hardly been joined. But right now it
looks as if the War Against Christmas could turn into
perhaps the most extraordinary examples of cultural
backlash since the anti-Vietnam War movement
accidentally elected Richard Nixon in 1968.

Modesty prevents me from claiming this was all due to
VDARE.COM, although I do know that our wonderful readers
have frequently emailed our Christmas material to the
major media figures etc. in question. But I do think we
helped—and that we blazed a trail.

I
also think that this is what will happen with the issue
of mass immigration. Exactly as with the War Against
Christmas, resistance to the Washington elite`s “Abolish
America” policy is now everywhere and shows every sign
that it is about to break out of the control of the
usual cultural police.

Again, I don`t claim this is all due to VDARE.COM—or to
my own anti-immigration book, Alien Nation,
published ten years ago this year. But I do claim we
were first, and that we were right, and that we helped
the process along.

These are some themes that we hope to inject, in our
viral marketing way, into public debate next year:


  • Reporting the
    proportion of new jobs going to immigrants.

    Native-born Americans are being crowded out by
    newcomers undercutting  wages and, in effect,
    stealing health and educational benefits for which
    the Native born pay—as shown by Edwin S.
    Rubenstein`s VDARE.COM American Worker Displacement
    Index.


  • Chronicling
    immigrant-imported corruption.

    As in Nicholas
    Stix` article on the NYPD scandal.


  • Naming the guilty
    immigration enthusiasts.

    As in Bryanna
    Bevens` expose of the Western Growers Association.


  • Naming the guilty
    media mouthpieces.

    As in Joe
    Guzzardi`s coverage of the Sacramento Bee/
    Diana Griego Erwin scandal.


  • Offering
    solutions.

    As in Steve
    Sailer`s buyout proposal for France`s Muslims.

Our Fall fundraising drive raised $16,000. We hope our
Christmas Campaign will raise $30,000. (We`ll need some
big donors!) That will go a considerable way towards
stabilizing VDARE.COM after a turbulent year.

If this works, I won`t be bothering VDARE.COM readers
until, oh,- maybe Easter!

(There`s a war against that too!)



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