WorldNetDaily Exclusive Commentary

From Vox Day, anti-feminist knuckle-dragger, regular WorldNetDaily columnist, and self-proclaimed Christian libertarian:

Dear Jorge plans to address the nation tonight, a speech wherein he will almost surely attempt to deceive citizens into believing that he does not wish the mass migration from Mexico to continue unabated. He will likely offer some negligible resources for law enforcement and border security — resources which will never materialize — in return for an amnesty program that will grant American citizenship to the Mexican nationals who have helped lower America’s wage rates by 16 percent over the last 32 years.

And he will be lying, again, just as he lied when he said: Massive deportation of the people here is unrealistic — it’s just not going to work.

Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take. If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn’t possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don’t speak English and are not integrated into American society.

— Vox Day, WorldNetDaily column (2006-05-16): Against a fence

Well, at least you can’t accuse him of weaseling about his position, or about the kind of instrumental means that he’s willing to consider.

Some days From the Horror File just isn’t enough to describe it.

Update 2006-05-17: WorldNetDaily has silently edited Vox Day’s column this morning to remove the reference to the Holocaust from the third paragraph, without any notice either of the content of the change, or even that a change has been made. Here are the edits:

May 16thMay 17th

Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take. If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn’t possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don’t speak English and are not integrated into American society.

In fact, the hysterical response to the post-rally enforcement rumors tends to indicate that the mere announcement of a massive deportation program would probably cause a third of that 12 million to depart for points south within a week.

It couldn’t possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don’t speak English and are not integrated into American society. In fact, the hysterical response to the post-rally enforcement rumors tends to indicate that the mere announcement of a massive deportation program would probably cause a third of that 12 million to depart for points south within a week.

You can compare and contrast for yourself by consulting Vox Day’s unedited archival copy of the column.

Meanwhile, Vox cites the following as a reasonable question about his choice of examples:

Why exactly did you go with Nazi Germany, when Slobodan Milosevic’s tactics toward Kosovar Albanians seems more in line with what you’re proposing?

Well, then. That clears it all up, doesn’t it?

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5 replies to WorldNetDaily Exclusive Commentary Use a feed to Follow replies to this article

  1. Dain

    What’s mind blowing is that this is the same Vox Day that refuted Michelle Malkin’s horrible case for Internment.

    It can be read here:

  2. Sergio Méndez

    Is that actually a pic of the guy or just how you imagine him to be?

  3. Rad Geek

    Sergio,

    That’s actually his columnist photo for WorldNetDaily — click through the link to see it featured beside his name.

    Dain,

    Well, lots of real creeps are right about something or another at some point or another. I gather that even David Duke is trying to pass himself off as a peace activist these days. That said, Vox’s response to Michelle Malkin mostly amounts to a display of his interest in World War II trivia, rather than a moral case against throwing innocent people in concentration camps solely on the basis of their ethnicity. His first column is simply an extended red herring, since Malkin’s claims of military necessity aren’t primarily concerned with the possibility of amphibious invasion anyway, but rather air raids on the model of Pearl Harbor, and domestic sabotage, espionage, etc. Malkin’s position is obscene, and often dishonestly supported, but not really for the reasons suggested by Vox Day.

  4. Rad Geek

    Turns out, incidentally, that folks at WorldNetDaily made an executive decision to silently delete the reference to the Holocaust from Vox Day’s column this morning. See the update above for details.

  5. Sergio Méndez

    Heh, He looks very nazi like indeed.

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