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A Mexican-American Reader Says We Should Pick Black Radicals Etc. Instead; Peter Brimelow Responds
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August 09, 2007, 05:00 AM
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From: Ashley Arechiga [e-mail her]

One look at VDARE.COM tells you all you need to know about the mentality of your staff and the fools you pander to.

It`s become the new national pastime to blast everything relating to Mexicans or Mexican-Americans.

You have no clue what it means to be of Mexican descent or the richness and diversity of our traditions.

Everything you write about comes either through second-hand sources or the drivel the other media outlets plaster all over television and radio and sell to people as a "true" representation of our culture.

You guys paint a real pretty picture. Here`s an idea. Why don`t you write about how the U.S. sells its soul to Asian countries by shipping our jobs and corporate secrets to them while they threaten us with nuclear war?

Or how about a column that sheds light on our asylum laws and the countless millions who have been given citizenship and money using our tax dollars through this legal loophole?

Of course you could still write about black crime in this country or is that no longer allowed? You know if you write that column, the Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons of this country will whine and moan until some regulatory agency does to you what it did to Don Imus.

Peter Brimelow writes: The curious thing about this letter is that our reader is fully aware of America`s problems with outsourcing, asylum, black radicals  etc. but doesn`t seem to notice that, as our links indicate, we cover them too. Based on this and other correspondence, I am beginning to think there`s something in Hispanic culture that doesn`t respond well to criticism.