Fred Reed – In Defense of Mexicans

Fred Reed is somewhat biased towards Mexicans and ignores data that doesn’t fit with those biases, but on the whole he is correct in that White ethno-nationalists are overly harsh against them. I’ve lived with, worked with, and attended Spanish-language church with Mexicans, both assimilated and unassimilated, and they don’t represent the end of the world when taken as individuals. So long as they don’t arrive in a flood, they do assimilate pretty well to American culture. However, mass numbers of them do represent a national displacement and a threat to our society, a fact the Fred Reed would almost certainly agree with.

I’m going to break something. Or maybe kick the dog.

Sometimes it seems to me that I am the only gringo on this whole sorry planet who does not think Mexicans are scum–filthy, perverted, and witless. They are not, dammit. If you want to criticize Mexico, stick to facts, such as that it is corrupt to the roots of its teeth and terribly governed, that the narcos are out of control, the police criminals, and that it qualifies as a failed state by some (reasonable) definitions. And they play loud music at three a.m. during fiestas. All of this is true.

But spare me the twaddle. In fact, spare everybody the twaddle. No matter who does what, there are going to be a lots of Mexicans in the US, or more correctly American citizens of Mexican descent. Maybe the public ought to have an accurate idea of them. But no. We get twaddle, chiefly from sites like vDare, from groups calling themselves the Human Bio-diversity (hbd) movement, and from Ann (“Legs”) Coulter.


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