Brimelow-Blumenthal CPAC Video
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VDARE.COM has had a contentious relationship with Max Blumenthal, but not for the first time, I think he has something here, adjusted for the usual ethnic paranoia and abuse, in his Daily Beast item The Wildest Moments From CPAC (scroll down):

Though Brimelow is a movement veteran who directly influenced the rise of anti-immigration politics in the GOP, many conservative leaders now shun him because of his openly racialist views. This is ironic considering the crude racism of CPAC’s keynote speaker, Rush Limbaugh, who once claimed ”the NFL all too often looks like a game between the Bloods and Crips.” Inside the modern conservative movement, racial resentment pays, but intellectual honesty about it can ruin your career.

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Of course, I don't think I have "openly racialist views" any more than I think Blumenthal's account of Limbaugh's views is accurate. But at VDARE.COM we are prepared to talk frankly about "hate numbers" - the facts about the immigration-driven transformation of America - and Blumenthal is absolutely right that no-one at CPAC dared mention them at all.

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