Vdare and counter-currents donations pitch
Ran into Vdare begging for donations… bizarre excuses offered. The main one’s that the writers have families to feed and are being ostracized. Don’t use their names! A successful publication, The Economist, does this. The software Vdare uses allows for custom fields, sophisticated tagging and running boolean operators on tags, facilitating arbitrary categorization and custom display of taxonomy and fields. There’s no need for author names.
Peter Brimelow argues for VDare’s credentials by noting that the SPLC labels it a hate group, failing to add that the credentials are of uselessness at best, controlled opposition at worst! The SPLC pretends MR doesn’t exist. Why? Because many of our articles make them pee pee and poo poo… the Hell they’ll give publicity to the real deal!
Brimelow says they don’t endorse candidates, in the midst of a tacit endorsement of Ron Paul, long revealed as controlled opposition.
In a nutshell, the donations request has to be a scam. A good way of understanding this is to look at the recent fundraising marathon at counter-currents.com. Greg Johnson claimed a need for $25,000, for what? The web hosting should be less than $150/yr. Apparently he’s trying to make a living off of it. He got this much, which makes no sense given the Alexa ranking [traffic], age [set-up mid-2010] and quality of articles unless the bulk of it came from Juden, the only logical candidate as Johnson’s doing a great job of pleasing them. Vdare’s not to be outdone, and should have no logical reasons to beg for money, but the Juden derive perverse pleasure in milking moolah from the people they’re scamming [witness wikipedia begging for donations]. Beware of the scamsters.
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