His announcement speech went to the question of Hispanic crime, specifically rape. And [Ann Coulter]'s book is a very powerful statement of the fact that crime in this country is ethnically variegated. There's ethnic specialization in crime. And Hispanics do specialize in rape, particularly of children. They're very prone to it, compared to other groups.
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Brimelow, a senior editor at Forbes and National Review and himself an immigrant from Britain, argues that the consequences of the last great revision of American immigration law in have been nothing short of catastrophic.
Though he insists, implausibly, on defining American identity in racial as opposed to cultural terms, he does raise a range of objections against current immigration policies that, cumulatively, are powerful. The conjunction between recent immigration and multiculturalism is highly disturbing, as is the effective preference given to unskilled immigrants as a consequence of the family unification provisions of the law.
There is, nevertheless, an extreme character to both his depiction of the problem and his suggested remedies. It is not true that immigration is "wholly and entirely the result of government policy," and it is absurd to suggest that Quebec's notorious language laws might form a model for the United States, however insistent Americans may be on assimilation.
Peter Brimelow born 13 October is a British-born American columnist, journalist, magazine editor, and writer. He is the founder of the website VDARE , an anti-immigration site associated with white supremacy ,   white nationalism ,    and the alt-right. He describes himself as a paleoconservative. After a brief period as a securities analyst, he settled in Toronto , becoming a business writer and editor at the Financial Post and Maclean's magazine.
Alien Nation: Common Sense about America's Immigration Disaster
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