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Biddle accuses his “old colleague” of not bearing any facts after his sneering opening about “getting out and about” in a forum other than VDare. Perhaps if Biddle got out some he would see Brimelow gets out quite a bit VDare being only one of his normal haunts.
Bluntly, Biddle’s original article and his response to Brimelow are breathtaking for the abysmal ignorance of the history of immigration and its affect on a society. Brimelow has argued cogently for immigration restriction and the response of Biddle’s ilk is nothing more than slander and libel. far from not bearing facts Brimelow comes to the fight bearing the data. He didn’t have to “shut up” because he “put up.” Alas for Biddle, Brimelow won this one quite handily.
If the reader wishes to see the vacuity of unlimited immigrationists, like Biddle, Brimelow’s book is an eye opener. VDare.com is an ongoing update that allows the reader to judge just how bad things are in Biddle’s utopia.p>It’s one thing to disagree with Brimelow. It’s another to engage in ad hominem because you have no response to the facts Brimelow presents in his book and his website. Perhaps Biddle will deal with the facts next time instead of engaging in evasion, diversion, and slander against his “old colleague.” br> — Richard L. Hardison , PS, PE br> Stockport, Ohio /p> p> OUR FRENCH FRIEND WRITES br> Re: Reid Collins’s The Permanent Things : /p>
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