A Reader Doubles Down On Hate For VDARE.COM—And White People
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Re: James Fulford's article Wikipedia’s “Tainted Sources” On VDARE.com And “White Supremacy”

From: Jonathan Farley [Email him]

You are associated with white supremacy. But feel free to retract the attacks on me that you published if you want to prove you're not.

James Fulford writes: I had to search the site for Mr. Farley's name, because I got him confused with other people named "Jonathan" who we may also have attacked.

He was mentioned five times, total, between 2002 and 2008, mostly because of an op-ed he contributed to the Tennessean, in which he said that all the Confederates should have been hanged [“Remnants of the Confederacy glorifying a time of tyranny,” November 20, 2002, PDF].

The late Sam Francis wrote that

Mr. Farley wrote that “every Confederate soldier … deserved not a hallowed resting place at the end of his days but a reservation at the end of the gallows.”

Interpreted literally, and you can bet your Confederate nickels that's how Mr. Farley wants it interpreted, that means Mr. Farley would have liked to murder several hundred thousand to a million white Southerners and thereby virtually exterminate whites in the South.

He's also mentioned in Why Do Only Whites Lose Jobs Over Racial Remarks?, although he's actually one of the few known exceptions to that rule—he had to leave Vanderbilt after the publication his...how shall I put it?...hate-filled screed. You can read his tale of woe here, at the Guardian, and John Derbyshire's reply to it here.

We're not planning to withdraw anything, but Farley is now at a black university, so he's perfectly safe—no amount of hating whites can get you fired from one of those.


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