James Fulford at Vdare discusses Virginia Dare’s birthday and links to articles at Vdare on that topic and the founding of Vdare.com by Peter Brimelow. Virginia Dare was born August 18, 1587.
Peter Brimelow’s book, Alien Nation (available for download) was published in 1995.
Peter Brimelow, Lawrence Auster, Roy Beck, Dan Stein, and many others were fighting this fight in the 1990’s and even in the 1980’s in some cases.
Fairus was founded in 1979. Fairus publications are here. Center for Immigration Studies was founded in 1985.
Dan Stein Report, where can post comments.
Lawrence Auster published “The Path to National Suicide” in 1990 (download here). Auster works. VFR.
Wiki on Auster.
Numbers USA “Our lost future” graphic. Jordan Commission 1994 report. Other Jordan Commission info. Roy Beck Case Against Immigration 1996.
Vanishing American reviews the Virginia Dare story with links to articles on Virginia Dare including the Saturday Evening Post article in 1941 on the Virginia Dare Stones:
Vanishing American does a great job in bringing forward the contribution of many blogs on stopping immigration completely, not simply vague reform.
DHS Immigration Statistics.
33 million illegals and counting:
Fred Elbel at American Resistance
Steve Sailer in 2005 reported that the Mexican government at that time estimated 20.64 million Mexicans living in the US.
A Vdare reader estimates 40 million illegals in the US.
Above Replacement level Immigrants and their descendants since 1970 number about 50 million according to Roy Beck at Numbers USA.
The cost of post 1965 immigrants and their descendants may be 3/4 to 1.5 trillion per year. This top down estimate is discussed here. That estimate is based on 41 million foreign born. That includes legal and illegal.
==Vdare’s Fan Club
Southern Poverty Law Center aka Southern Poverty Love Center
“Keeping America White”
“At a meeting of ‘paleoconservatives,’ former Forbes editor Peter Brimelow and others sound the alarm on non-white immigration”
By Heidi Beirich and Mark Potok
Note that its a mathematical theorem that sustained one way migration will cause extinction of all genes in America or Europe or Australia or Canada. Thus one way migration is genetic extinction of all whites, as well as anyone else in those regions, and with a lag, everyone who comes there. This is in SPLC’s way of thinking, “normal”, and objecting to it by those in these lands is “racist”. See the Immigration Vanishing Survival Theorem:
Other SPLC Love targets
Taylor and the Pioneer Fund are attacked in the article on Peter Brimelow.
Taylor founded American Renaissance in 1990. Archive from 1990.
“Into the Mainstream An array of right-wing foundations and think tanks support efforts to make bigoted and discredited ideas respectable”
By Chip Berlet
Around the country, an anti-immigration movement is spreading like wildfire. An array of activists is fanning the flames.
by Susy Buchanan and Tom Kim
Genetics. 1979 January; 91(1): 163–176.
The Island Model with Stochastic Migration
Department of Biophysics and Theoretical Biology, The University of Chicago, 920 East 58th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637
The island model with stochastically variable migration rate and immigrant gene frequency is investigated. It is supposed that the migration rate and the immigrant gene frequency are independent of each other in each generation, and each of them is independently and identically distributed in every generation. The treatment is confined to a single diallelic locus without mutation. If the diploid population is infinite, selection is absent and the immigrant gene frequency is fixed, then the gene frequency on the island converges to the immigrant frequency, and the logarithm of the absolute value of its deviation from it is asymptotically normally distributed.
Prof Nagylaki didn’t make the 2005 list of Nativists compiled by SPLC, but maybe he can make the 2007 list? SPLC can search Wright Island Model.
“Results 1 – 100 of about 1,990,000 for wright island model.”
Look at that, almost 2 million nativists, or a smaller number who are beavering away. Nativists seem to congregate in biology departments.
SPLC should compile a list of bigoted theorems.
Stalin’s henchmen also opposed genetics and biology in the 1940’s. See “Stalin and the Bomb: The Soviet Union and Atomic Energy, 1939-1956: Books: David Holloway by David Holloway.” for a discussion of some of the strange goings on in Soviet science.
See this discussion of Lysenko, a true hero of PC thinking under Comrade Stalin.
The Soviet leadership sought an indigenous theory to counter the “capitalistic” works of Mendel and Charles Darwin and to separate evolution from genetics.
After this interruption for great moments in Stalinism, we now return to SPLC.
Race and ‘Reason’
Academic ideas a pillar of racist thought
By Barry Mehler
Does SPLC think there is any genetic basis for intelligence in biological organisms at all? Does SPLC think humans have a genetic difference in intelligence with other species? Does SPLC think that if humans differ from other species, that within humans there is perfect uniformity in a genetic basis of intelligence? If humans are not uniform, does the variation correlate to race? Does SPLC say that such statistics are bigoted and therefore false? Does Lysenko live in Montgomery Alabama in that SPLC building which is maintained, in part, by donations based on plagiarism of Colorado Media Matters research?
search Darwin bigot
No one dared challenge Lysenko until 1964 – 9 years after Stalin died – even when he claimed, between 1948 and 1953, that wheat plants can produce seeds of rye. But, as the Encyclopedia Britannica observes, “he and his followers, however, long retained their degrees, their titles, and their academic positions and remained free to support their aberrant trend in biology.”
Maybe SPLC should be called part of the “Lysenko Nation” and should be called Lysenko Nationalists. Example, the Lysenko Nationalists at SPLC have mounted another fund raising smear against Peter Brimelow.
SPLC attacks whites who are against evolution as creationist Christian cretins. SPLC attacks whites who are for evolution as white nationalist bigots. Which is it? They don’t care, as long as they pay for that nice building? They have one box for donations against whites for evolution and another box for donations against whites against evolution. Pecunia non olet, money has no smell.
The more things change, the more the Stalinist left stays the same.
‘Blood on the Border‘
With racist rhetoric heating up and the American economy on unsteady legs, more anti-immigrant violence looms
SPLC plagiarism? SPLC appears to have used Colorado Media Matters research on its own webpage without citation in its dispute with Lou Dobbs on immigration bringing disease to the US, in particular leprosy. CMM and SPLC both compete for the same donations from the left. SPLC has a big building and brings in more more money to itself than CMM.
== Plagiarism of CMM?
search leprosy colorado media matters
leprosy site: colorado.mediamatters.org
leprosy colorado media matters site:splcenter.org
“Your search – leprosy colorado media matters site:splcenter.org – did not match any documents.”
SPLC never cited CMM, despite apparently using its work. A comparison of the CMM and SPLC articles on leprosy, Lou Dobbs, the Peter Boyles Show, etc. shows that CMM was beating this horse long before SPLC and that SPLC appears to have used some of the same info. CMM is also more honest in linking to data that teaches away from its point of view, in particular a graph that labeled the big bulge of leprosy cases from South Asian immigrants related to post Vietnam asylum. SPLC didn’t cite that link because it teaches that legal immigration is the alternative cause to the spike in leprosy in the US instead of illegal immigration.
SPLC holds itself out as a public interest donation supported law firm. That is an ethical claim to a standard of ethics above a broadcaster like CNN that is for-profit. CNN reporters don’t hold themselves out as experts on leprosy. They also have little time for each story, and have to make nightly deadlines. SPLC has no nightly deadlines. They can take as long as they like to work on one of their pieces. They represent themselves as spending all the time required for a story, not doing the best they can subject to tight news deadlines.
Following have additional points on 60 Minutes and SPLC mining CMM research on the web w/o citation on this story.
Also a note on SPLC here:
“Editor’s note: Based on evidence compiled by the Intelligence Report, the Southern Poverty Law Center is adding VDARE to its list of hate sites on the Web.”
Based on blatant plagiarism, the post-Lysenko Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian intelligence and Moscow State University are adding SPLC to their list of establishment plagiarism sites on the web, including Harvard University? Please send inquiries, and greetings on his 70th birthday, to Academician Valery Makarov at the New Economic School, Moscow.
More on SPLC
Other early voices to stop immigration.
Buchanan Speech in 1992 at Republican National Convention
Tancredo opposed bilingual education in the 1970’s.
Internet rankings: (To be used, not believed.)
Lou Dobbs joined the fight in 2003?
He also regained the helm of the newly renamed Lou Dobbs Moneyline (which became Lou Dobbs Tonight in June 2003).
In Jan 2004, Dobbs started to be the target of hate profiles.
CNN host picks immigration as his ax to grind
With all the attention paid to the near-overt partisanship of the Fox News Channel, it’s important to remember that skewed reporting wasn’t invented by Rupert Murdoch’s cable operation.
In the last few months of 2003, CNN‘s Lou Dobbs Tonight
The selection of topics, the slanted sourcing and the occasionally inaccurate or incomplete information conveyed on the program all seemed calculated to convince the viewer that the U.S. is in the midst of a crisis that is, according to Dobbs, “changing the very nature of this country” (9/30/03). The title of a series on immigration, “Broken Borders,” conveyed Dobbs’ political position; immigrants were also routinely featured on his show’s regular “Great American Giveaway” segment.
devoted abundant broadcast time to what anchor Dobbs described as an influx of “illegal aliens who not only threaten our economy and security, but also our health and well-being. Millions of aliens crossing our borders.”
In December 2003, the show was reaching an average of 463,000 households a night; by August 2006, it was reaching 646,000 families, according to Nielsen Media Research. Dobbs’s audience share is only one-tenth as large as the average nightly news show on ABC, NBC, and CBS, and less than two-thirds’ the size of the competing Fox News program at 6 p.m. eastern time, “Special Report with Brit Hume.” Still, Dobbs reaches nearly twice as many homes as Chris Matthews, and Dobbs—unlike Hume and Matthews—has an audience that’s powerfully growing.
Casual channel surfers aren’t the only ones tuning in. Members of Congress say that Dobbs’s acerbic positions on his latest fascination, illegal immigration, have become increasingly influential on Capitol Hill. “I’d have to give him pretty strong points for being one of the singular figures to drive this agenda item in Congress,” said a prominent free-trade Republican congressman. Meanwhile, Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colorado), whose views on immigration are similar to those of Dobbs, says he regularly overhears his colleagues telling each other, “If you do this Dobbs will go after us, or if you do this it will play well on Dobbs.”
Since 2003, his CNN news show Lou Dobbs Tonight has featured a recurring segment in which Dobbs and his team report on corporations sending jobs overseas. He has compiled an online list of outsourcers