Oh, The Letters We Get….
But recently a remarkably nasty note
arrived that deserves a closer look.
King, for those of you who may not know, is
a retired chief Border Patrol agent formerly assigned to the
Yuma station. A long time ally, he also supervised agent
training at the Border Patrol Academy.
news! Hope I get to read his obituary soon!
willing, you Glenn Spencer
are not far behind! You`re old
anyway! You can`t have that much longer!
Steve Sailer, etc. You are all
over the hill! Soon, you can all join
"I can`t wait
to celebrate your deaths, hopefully slow and painful!
"With a little
luck, I can find out where you are buried, so I can p-ss on your
graves and I will do that if I can find where you`re buried!
"Within 20 years, you are and your ilk will be but a memory! And
I will do my best to sully your memory! Once you are dead, I can
begin pissing on your memory!
And, as if I would take the time to read
it, Temoc pointed me to one in a series of the
Southern Poverty Law Center`s self-titled, goofy "Intelligence
Projects" written by
"Immigration: Getting The Facts Straight" (Attention
SPLC editors, if you exist! I notified you
in December that you misspelled my name. Kindly correct your
I have a lot of malas noticias for
Temoc. Things aren`t going to go the way he hopes.
But first the good news: Our friend Bill
King is home and recovering nicely.
Now before explaining to Temoc the
realities of patriotic immigration reform, let me make an
observation or two about his cowardice.
Note that Temoc does not use his real name
in his e-mail. Instead, according to author, historian and
Marie Coccia, he has chosen the name of the
last Aztec emperor, the
This is truly a case of hiding "in
the shadows"—as opposed to the VDARE.COM editorial
collective, the members of which in most cases offer our true
and complete names in our addresses.
Further note that, while we know nothing
about Temoc`s residence or his place of employment, assuming he
has one, he knows plenty about me.
Here`s how I`ve been prominently identified
on our website for the last seven years:
So Temoc knows my name, the city I live in
and two places where I work—information about him that he elects
not to make available to me.
Since he knows where to find me, I issue a
standing invitation to Temoc to come to Lodi to say to my face
what he wrote anonymously.
With my offer now part of the permanent
cyberspace record, I`ll proceed to Temoc`s flawed premise: that
once we fossils are conveniently out of the way, the
reconquistas will waltz into power.
To be sure, Brimelow, Sailer, Spencer,
Dobbs and me (as well as the others Temoc listed) are among the
most senior and visible patriotic immigration reform spokesmen.
But waiting in the wings to take over, when
the inevitable day arrives and we go to our great reward, stands
equally dedicated cadre of younger patriots.
At VDARE.COM many of our contributors
(including by not limited to
Brenda Walker and
Allan Wall), are significantly younger than Peter and me.
Has Temoc observed, I wonder, that sitting
next to Dobbs at CNN are four youngsters, comparatively
Christine Romans, Casey Wian and
Bill Tucker? All are well schooled in immigration invasion`s
Temoc apparently hasn`t taken into account
the growing number of allies we`ve accumulated over the years.
NumbersUSA.com, the nation`s leading grass roots immigration
reform organization, its faxing activists currently stand at
During a recent trip to Washington D.C., I
met several of the organization`s new hires—many of them in
As a testimony to the power of our
grassroots supporters, this observation came from
Fred Barnes, the editor of the
a remarkably thick-skulled gentile
neocon who unwaveringly supports "comprehensive
know, on this I have written favorably about it
[comprehensive immigration reform] and I
have talked favorably about this compromise. I have never gotten
so much e-mail, all of it hostile, and it does stir up passions.
And the opponents of this bill have had the intensity." [Small
Groups Dominate US Immigration Debate, By Jim Malone,
Voice of America, June 18, 2007]
And recently. Kevin
noted that immigration was the one issue that younger people
polled more conservatively/ patriotically than their elders.
Temoc is no stranger to us at VDARE.COM.
Exactly a year ago, he wrote expressing his
sentiment that Brimelow and Sailer return to England, Fulford go
France (even though James is only one-sixteenth French) and
"Guzzardi the Wop" head home to Italy.
His feelings since last May have grown
considerably more hostile. No longer content to simply send us
all back to Europe, Temoc wants us in our graves.
But if you take the time to
read Temoc`s letter—and you should for its amusement value
if nothing else—you`ll see that he doesn`t know squat.
In 2007, Temoc "gloated"—his
word—about the "coming amnesty."
And if you include a proposed stand-alone
AgJobs bill that no Senator had the nerve to bring to a
floor vote because it would be DOA, the final count is four
stunning defeats, within months of each other, for amnesty.
For Temoc, I`ll close with a statement, a
suggestion and a question.
- The U.S.
isn`t Mexico yet, pal. And it isn`t going to be, either
in your lifetime or mine.
- If you`re so eager to live in the
exclusive company of Mexicans, why not call
Aero California? Put an end to your
bitterness—so unhealthy! Within hours all your dreams
can come true simply by taking one of the many cheap flights
- Didn`t your mother teach you good
Joe Guzzardi [e-mail
him] is the Editor of VDARE.COM Letters to the Editor.
In addition, he is an English teacher at the Lodi Adult School and has
a weekly newspaper column since 1988. This column is exclusive