While it is important to forge allies with those who share our beliefs, I think that some sort of standards should be upheld. I find Vdare’s decision to feature the article “Let My Brothers-In-Law Go – Home” on their front page disturbing. The author of this piece, a certain Hal Netkin, boasts on his website that he…
… is Jewish, is married to a Latina who illegally immigrated from Mexico in 1989 (now a proud U.S. Citizen), and Hal and his wife have three adopted daughters whose combined ancestry is Mexican, Honduran, and Filipino. An older daughter of Hal’s is married to a Black-American, and Hal’s brother’s wife immigrated from El Salvador. How’s that for family diversity?
Mr. Netkin supposedly believes in principles that are “strong, traditional and decent”. One wonders whose “tradition” he believes in since his own family seems to have no specific tradition it can call its own. If he studied American history, he would know that this sort of “diversity” is not what made America great. Instead, he would realize that the “diversity” he so celebrates is responsible for the very corruption he himself bemoans in Los Angeles.
Vdare is supposed to be one of our greatest allies in the struggle to preserve the white race and its civilizations. There is no lack of competent writers who share this goal. What would possess them to scoop sewage sludge from the gutters of Los Angeles in order to populate their website?