Jamie Kelso, Feb. 2, 2010

February 2, 2010

This month’s issue of The Nationalist Times, published by Don Wassall, provides a full two-hour show of fast-paced insights from the pen of Mr. Wassall. Jamie Kelso makes a “Fireside Chat” out of the latest edition. Among the stories covered is the very regrettable smearmongering that appears in the current issue of The American Conservative. Wassall wonders out loud whether Pat Buchanan, as “Editor Emeritus” has been pushed to the curb by the new (since 2007) publisher of The American Conservative, Ron Unz. Mr. Unz is, using the term that Gen. George S. Patton used in his private journals and letters, “a Semitic”. The riddle of the BNP-bashing article appearing in a supposedly patriotic and pro-White magazine needs to been unravelled. What happened? Nick Griffin and Pat Buchanan will both be in Washington, D.C. during CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) and perhaps could repair this situation.

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2 Responses to “Jamie Kelso, Feb. 2, 2010”

  1. RedDog001 on February 4th, 2010 2:52 am

    The American Conservative (TAC) is now worse than a lost cause. I’ve cut them a lot of slack for good work in the past, but that is over now. The cover of the March 2010 edition sports a picture of a Hispanic with a heavily tattooed face. The caption, His-Panic The Myth of Immigrant Crime by Ron Unz, is not a joke or satire.

    Here is a link to the cover picture, If you want to read the article you can click on the link there, His-Panic, Ron Unz – Don’t believe the hype—the data show that Latino immigrants aren’t necessarily more prone to crime than white Americans.

    Here is a copy of the e-mail I sent to The American Conservative with my name altered:


    Please go to the link below to observe the FBI’s most wanted list for “Violent Crimes – Murder”. I just can’ wait to have a nice, cuddly, face tattooed Hispanic, just like the one on the current issue’s cover move in next door to me. I’ll bet you can’t wait for him to subscribe to TAC because I’m going to let my subscription lapse.


  2. vext on February 5th, 2010 12:37 am

    It’s true that Ron Unz’s article in TAC tends to gloat about the nationwide drop in crime. Instead of acknowleding that American cities feel far less safe than in the 1950s and asking pointed questions about why, he accepts the stats at face value.

    Here’s a good article that starts asking some of those questions, and effectively rebuts much of Unz’s article.