VDARE.com Remembers Christmas Eves Past, Broods About The Future

Brimelow Family

Peter Brimelow writes: Merry Christmas from my family to yours! To me, VDARE.com readers are a family—I’ve been emailing with them (always behindhand in my case) since VDARE.com went live on Christmas Eve, 1999.

As with my own family, I brood about what the future is bringing our readers, after I am gone. But, hey, this is the season of miracles!

God Bless Us, Every one!

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