Article By John Derbyshire on 07/20/2020

John Derbyshire: THE ECONOMIST Magazine Behind Curve—Race Racketeers Have Rejected Color-Blindness In Favor Of Arrogant Extortion

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] I greeted my July 11th issue of The Economist magazine with mixed feelings: For a fleeting moment I thought the "new...
Post By John Derbyshire on 04/04/2020

Derb On China's Own Immigration Laws: Like Japan's, But More So. WAY More So.

Earlier, by Peter Brimelow on Japan's Immigration Laws: Closed Door, Forbes, August 30, 1993 As a contributor to a website promoting patriotic immigration reform, I sometimes get asked about mainland C...
Post By James Fulford on 12/27/2019

The ECONOMIST Joins The War On Christmas In America, While Denying It Exists.

Earlier: ECONOMIST Joins The War on Christmas (American Edition) Last year, I pointed out that part of the  British "Boxing Day" phenomenon (which as Mark Steyn keeps reminding us, can keep British med...
Post By James Fulford on 02/10/2019

The ECONOMIST Is Startled by Japanese Ethnocentricity

Here’s a story from the Economist: Of course, on Planet Economist, the existence of a half-black, half Japanese tennis star means Japan should rethink thousands of years of successful ethnocentrism. T...
Post By John Derbyshire on 01/29/2019

James Watson's Critics Use Most Discredited Word In The English Language: "Discredited"

[Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively on VDARE.com.] Earlier, by Steve Sailer: ECONOMIST: James Watson Is Bad Because Of Reasons I am going to register my vote for the most d...
Post By Steve Sailer on 01/28/2019

ECONOMIST: James Watson Is Bad Because Of Reasons

From The Economist: James Watson: A pioneering biologist is reprimanded for unscientific, offensive viewsA great career comes to a sad end Print edition | Science and technology, Jan 17th 2019 … Dr W...
Post By James Fulford on 12/26/2018

ECONOMIST Joins The War on Christmas (American Edition)

Part of the  British "Boxing Day" phenomenon (which as Mark Steyn keeps reminding us, can keep British media organizations moving very slowly until mid-January) is the Economist's traditional "Christma...
Post By Steve Sailer on 11/06/2018

ECONOMIST: GOP "Increasingly Unified Around Whiteness"

From The Economist: Basic instincts Identity politics are stronger on the right than the leftThe Republican Party is increasingly unified around whiteness Print edition | United States, Nov 1st 2018 ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 09/23/2018

The ECONOMIST Tells Europeans: Just Lie Back and Think of Eurafrica

From The Economist: Why Europe should focus on its growing interdependence with Africa Sealing the Mediterranean will not work by Charlemagne, Sep 20th 2018 IT IS a peculiarly modern habit to think o...
Article By John Derbyshire on 09/22/2018

John Derbyshire On SLOTUS, Juicing Up The BAIZUO Vote, And Common Sense From THE ECONOMIST Magazine (!)

The fuss over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having allegedly copped a feel from a high-school girl 35 or 36 years ago blew up just after last week's Radio Derb went to tape. My own first reacti...