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A recent JournoFa attack on VDARE.com and others argued that “Hate Groups” shouldn’t receive donations via charitable trusts, a common device used by wealthy donors to simplify their giving.[America’s Biggest Charities Are Funneling Millions to Hate Groups From Anonymous Donors, by Alex Kotch, ReadSludge, February 19, 2019]
The subhead is
“Four donor-advised funds, which create accounts for individuals to anonymously give money to nonprofits, are financing more than 30 anti-Muslim, anti-LGBT, and other hate groups.”
This Kotch thug (email him) says:
Whatever systems may be in place have not prevented Fidelity Charitable and Vanguard Charitable from continuing to donate money to hate groups such as the VDARE Foundation or the Family Research Council, which a quick web search shows are considered hate groups by some experts.
Then Kotch quotes, and links to, this quote from VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow:
"But there's no doubt that something in that book got to [President Donald Trump], because the way his speech was set up. His announcement speech went to the question of Hispanic crime, specifically rape. And [Ann Coulter]'s book is a very powerful statement of the fact that crime in this country is ethnically variegated. There's ethnic specialization in crime. And Hispanics do specialize in rape, particularly of children. They're very prone to it, compared to other groups."
— On President Trump's immigration policies at the American Renaissance conference, 2017
This is a quote—with no link, of course—which appears on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Extremist Files” Peter Brimelow page, which describes VDARE.com as an “an immigrant-bashing hate site that regularly publishes works by white supremacists, anti-Semites, and others on the radical right.”
(We describe the $PLC as a “Cultural Marxist Treason Lobby fundraising scam”, by the way).
This is not really Peter “On President Trump's immigration policies”, by the way. During a question and answer session the 2017 American Renaissance conference Peter was asked if he thought that Trump had really read Ann Coulter’s seminal Adios, America, of which David Frum said “Perhaps no single writer has had such immediate impact on a presidential election since Harriet Beecher Stowe.”
Watch Peter answer the question below:
Peter’s years as a financial journalist have left him skeptical about any CEO actually reading a whole book, but Trump must have either listened to it on Audible (read by Ann herself!) or got some kind of synopsis, because Trump knew to say, on June 16, 2015 in the Trump Tower:
“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”
[Donald Trump’s false comments connecting Mexican immigrants and crime, By Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Washington Post, July 8, 2015]
So—is there “ethnic specialization in crime”? OF COURSE THERE IS! Ask the Mafia, the Tongs, or the Nigerian internet scam specialists.
Back in 1995, in his book Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster, Brimelow wrote:
[C]rime is "dirty work" that some of the post- 1965 immigrant groups are positively anxious to do—more violently, particularly in the burgeoning drug business, than the Mafia ever was.
There are several such new "mafias," each with its own specialties: Colombians (cocaine); Mexicans (marijuana, auto theft, alien smuggling); Hong Kong Chinese (heroin, alien smuggling); South Koreans (prostitution)...and even lesser-known communities like the Chaldeans, Iraqi Christians whose heroically run convenience stores in the Detroit ghetto are reportedly centers of criminal activity (narcotics, gambling, coupon fraud).
You haven't read much about this because of the contemporary taboo that ensures only good things can be said about immigrants.
But is it true that Hispanics specialize in the rapes of children? OF COURSE IT IS—and if you read Adios America, you know that, too. In fact, Chapter 11 is titled Why Do Hispanic Valedictorians Make The News, But Child Rapists Don’t?
First of all, it’s a different culture in Mexico, where the age of consent is 12.
In 2007, Brenda Walker wrote a column here called The Top Ten Reasons Why the US Should Not Marry Mexico.
#10 The legal age of heterosexual consent in Mexico is 12.
As with many laws, there is some diversity according to locale and other variables, but this discussion of statutes agrees that 12 is the legally acceptable age for straight sex to occur in Mexico.
Mexican men have a reputation for leering and worse at little girls, which shouldn't surprise us, since sex with children is socially acceptable in Mexico. Fifteen-year-old girls have a ceremony called a Quinceañera which announces their availability to become wives, mothers and girlfriends. In America, children of that age are expected to complete three more years of high school, to be followed hopefully by a college education. But in Mexico, young girls are considered available, according to law and custom.
A 2005 news report from North Carolina found that "Culture might be factor in sexual abuse", [By Annette Newell, News 14 Carolina, June 21, 2005] referring to Hispanic men's propensity to prey upon little girls. The story tip-toed around the obvious fact that foreigners bring their cultures with them, ranging from tasty cuisine to child sex abuse.
An example: Mexican Diego Lopez-Mendez pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a 10-year-old girl in West Virginia, with a not-uncommon excuse that child sex is normal among his people.
"In the pueblo where I grew up girls are usually married by 13 years old....I was unaware of the nature of the offense or that it was a bad crime", said Lopez through the translator.
[Illegal Immigrant Pleads Guilty To Sexual Assault, WTOV9 2/28/06]
In the Netherlands last year, the public was outraged because pedophiles organized themselves into a political party. One of their demands is that the age of consent be lowered from 16 to 12. Perhaps someone should tell them that Mexico already has what pedophiles want.
Or maybe not. [ More]
Coulter detailed, among other things, the astoundingly young pregnancies found in the Hispanic community in the US, and in Latin America. This is an “ethnic specialization” thing—this is a public health problem South of the Border, and now north of it as well
Quote from Adios America, chapter 11:
The prevalence of freakishly young birth mothers in Latin America confirms the reports. According to CNN, 318 ten-year-old girls gave birth in Mexico in 2011 and in the Mexican state of Jalisco alone 465 girls between the ages of ten and fourteen gave birth. In the last quarter century, there’s been one reported case of an American impregnating a girl that young.
You might have noticed from headlines like these—or you would if you lived in Britain, the only place where such headlines might ever appear:
- ‘Girl Aged Nine Who Gave Birth to Baby in Mexico Didn’t Realize She Was Pregnant until Seven Months—and Her Mother Didn’t Think It Was a Crime’
- ‘Argentine Schoolgirl, 12, Gives Birth to Twin Sons (on Same Day Mexican Nine-Year-Old Became a Mother)’
- ‘Tribal Law Protects Boy, 15, Who Impregnated 10-Year-Old Colombian Girl from Under-Age Sex Charges’
Secondly, as I’ve said before, Mexico is a much more rape-y country than the US. There's a reason that we use the Spanish word machismo to signify brutality towards women, and both official and unofficial attitudes towards rape in Mexico are very retrograde.
As I’ve also said before, Mexico's rape problem is horrible. Way back in 2003, Mary Jordan of the Washington Post won the Pulitzer for her horrifyingly detailed story of the culture of rape in Mexico and how rarely it's punished. [In Mexico, an Unpunished Crime, July 30, 2002] In parts of Mexico’s rural, mostly Indian, south, rapists can get away with rape by offering to marry the girl. That’s not 1950s America, or even eighteenth-century America. England abolished “marriage by rape” in about the 12th Century.
In the usual Leftist echo-chamber way, a report from PhillyMag has the same quote from Peter Brimelow about “ethnic specialization” that ReadSludge cited above. Writer Victor Fiorillo [Email him] notes that there’s some skepticism about the SPLC attacking normal groups, but evinces the Brimelow quote as “just one example of the types of things that the SPLC considers crossing the line.” [Vanguard Charitable Has a Hate Group Problem | The Main Line investment giant’s independent charitable arm has been funneling millions in anonymous client cash to organizations deemed hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center, by Victor Fiorillo, phillymag.com, February 2, 2019]
Want to anonymously donate $10,000 to the hate group whose founder believes that "Hispanics" specialize in child rape? The @Vanguard_Group's independent charitable arm will take care of that for you. https://t.co/yuoit2PXXr @splcenter @alexkotch via @phillymag— Victor Fiorillo (@phillyvictor) February 25, 2019
Presumably that means that Fiorillo thinks Brimelow is wrong, because in Philadelphia, when a Hispanic is charged with raping pre-teen girls, it’s reported as Bucks County Man Charged With Raping Two Pre-Teen Girls, by Mark Abrams, CBS Philadelphia, July 22, 2014.
But these lying headlines happen a lot, and not just in Philadelphia—below, SEVENTEEN (17) examples from VDARE.com–the educational, journalistic enterprise that these SJWs are trying to hush up:
What these people who object to Brimelow’s remarks are denying is a real phenomenon. But it’s a Hate Fact. You’re just not supposed to Notice.
When Donald Trump said “They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists” that was an opportunity for the Main Stream Media to “have a conversation” about Mexican rape.
They could have interviewed victims of Mexican rapists, and interviewed (in prison) Mexican rapists themselves.
They could have interviewed rape investigation detectives in Los Angeles, in Texas, in Arizona, and in less obviously Hispanic places like North Carolina.
But they didn’t do that. Instead they interviewed Mexican-Americans who were “offended” by Trump’s comments—and they interviewed Jeb Bush, while not technically Mexican-American himself, is married to one and the father of two others. [Bush: ‘Absolutely’ offended by Trump’s comments on Mexicans, by Ed O'Keefe, Washington Post, July 4, 2015]
So we seem to still be one of the few outlets to report the truth. And that’s why the MSM and the Tech Totalitarians want to silence.
James Fulford [Email him] is a writer and editor for VDARE.com.