I imagine most of you are familiar with what the internet has dubbed “Haggard’s Law.” If not, it states:
The louder and more frequent one’s objections to homosexuality are, the more likely one is to be a homosexual.
To be clear, it does not apply to your garden variety homophobe. Pat Robertson is not gay despite him being massively homophobic, and neither is former Senator Rick Santorum (the guy who compared being gay to having sex with a dog). Instead, it only applies to very vocal homophobes who, as Bob Schooley once said, imagine being the person they hate for hours on end.
The rule is named after Ted Haggard, a homophobic preacher who was caught doing meth off a gay hooker’s ass. Although he has defended himself by saying:
We never had sex sex. I bought drugs and a massage from him, and he masturbated me at the end of it. That’s it.
A handful examples of this exist. The most famous one, besides Ted Haggard, is probably former Senator Larry Craig. The homophobic senator who was caught having sex with another man in a bathroom.
However, I have another rule I would create. I have dubbed it Brimelow’s law, the more vocally one is anti-immigrant the more likely one is to be one. Named after VDARE founder Peter Brimelow, who is currently suing The New York Times for calling him a white supremacist.
I do not need mean in the sense that we’re all immigrants if you go back far enough — although considering humans didn’t start in America, that’s kind of true. I don’t even mean in the sense that they have immigrant parents or spouses, although that hypocrisy is somewhat worth addressing. I mean people who chose to immigrate to a different country, usually as an adult, who is currently against immigration.
Here are some examples:
- Vlogger Stefan Molyneux was born in Ireland, grew up in England, and currently lives in Canada.
- American Renaissance editor Jared Taylor was born in Japan but currently lives in Virginia.
- Commentator (and wall supporter) Dinesh D’Souza was born in India and didn’t become naturalized until 1991!
- Nationalist Sohrab Ahmari was born in Iran.
- Alt-right founder Theodore Beale, also known as Vox Day, currently lives in Italy — despite being born in the United States.
- Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was not born in the United States, he was born in Canada and has a moderately anti-immigrant voting record.
- And, of course, VDARE founder Peter Brimelow.
This is the best example of hypocrisy I’ve ever seen. Of course, it’s okay for them to immigrate to other nations, but not everyone else. The nation your ancestors picked a thousand generations ago, that’s the place you’re stuck with. Especially if you have brown skin.
I’m sorry, I know I said my peace on this last night on Peaceful Globalist Review, but I really can’t get over this. Brimelow is the same man who hangs out with Richard Spencer and Jared Taylor (because hanging out with those two and denying you’re a NAZI worked out so well for James Allsup), said California has been turned from a “paradise” to a “Hispanic slum,” and has argued America “is at risk from non-whites who would seek to change it.” Yet, he just somehow cannot understand why people are calling him a white nationalist — which I am legally required to say he is not.
Hopefully he’ll lose his bullshit lawsuit, but until then, do not call him a white supremacist. You can call him a hypocrite though.