I’m very sorry about my mistake.
I had to look this site up, and I was puzzled to see that it was a site to which he contributes, but other writers as well, some of whom are anti-Semites.
All I had ever known of his writings were his aforementioned NR article and his book (once, when I worked in a community college, I held a lecture on immigration to America and on the laws which helped to govern it. Thus, I am still very interested in the whole subject matter).
I beg your pardon again, Sir, if I have hurt you or anybody on this board, by referring to Brimelow’s writings. It was supposed to be in nothing but a scholarly, non-ideological fashion.
i just forgot to mention that I had been aware of Mr. B. being somewhat controversial, when I compiled the lecture I talked about in my previous post.
However, since he had been particularly vilified by John Isbister, a very liberal man, in his book “the Immigration debate”, I thought to myself: “Hmmm...it seems that from Mr. Isbister’s POV practically every non-liberal is a Know-Nothing or a sheet-wearing Kukluxer or worse. So I don’t see any reason to take his comments on Mr. B.s character at face value...” It was just like in the little story of the boy crying wolf :)
I hope that I have been able to rectify this regrettable misunderstanding :)