Dow Jones Mon, 21 May 2012 16:45:45 -0400 Mon, 21 May 2012 16:53:53 -0400 Derbyshire's White Nationalist Savior Still Working for MarketWatch <p class="rteleft">Former <i>National Review</i> columnist John Derbyshire was <a href="">back</a> <a href="">in</a> <a href="">the</a> <a href="">news</a> last week over a <a href="">piece he wrote</a> for the white nationalist site <a href="">VDARE</a> in defense of white supremacy. Later in the week, as Brian <a href="">reported</a>, Derbyshire responded to his critics by claiming that &ldquo;the overwhelming majority of Black Americans agree&rdquo; with his assessment that &ldquo;white supremacy&rdquo; is &ldquo;one of the better arrangements History has come up with."</p> <center><img height="87" width="388" alt="" src="" /><br /> </center> <div>VDARE&rsquo;s founder, Peter Brimelow, swooped in to <a href="">rescue Derbyshire</a> last month after he was fired by the <i>National Review</i> for encouraging whites to <a href="">avoid interacting with blacks</a>. In late April, Brimelow announced that VDARE&rsquo;s spring fundraising effort had &ldquo;started off well enough,&rdquo; &ldquo;but now it&rsquo;s stalled.&rdquo; He speculated that they had &ldquo;cannibalized our donations by pointing our readers to John Derbyshire&rsquo;s donation link after he was abruptly fired&rdquo; but said it was<a href=""> worth it</a>:</div> <blockquote> <div>We don&rsquo;t care about that. We&rsquo;d do it again.&nbsp; In fact, we are doing it again&mdash;by providing a <a href="">link </a>by which you can earmark (tax-deductible!) help for us to finance the columns we hope John Derbyshire will write for us&mdash;when his chemotherapy allows him to.&nbsp;</div> </blockquote> <div>Brimelow had another fundraising appeal at the top of Derbyshire&rsquo;s <a href="">column last week</a> on white supremacy:</div> <blockquote> <div>John Derbyshire has begun his second round of chemotherapy since being <a href="">fired from National Review</a>, but we are delighted to say he was able to write this column for us this after emerging from his first day of treatment, a <a href="">Stakhanovite</a> performance.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Remember, you can help finance his columns (tax-deductibly!) <a href="">here</a>.</div> </blockquote> <div>In addition to running VDARE, Brimelow is a regular <a href="">columnist for MarketWatch</a>, the financial news site run by News Corp.&rsquo;s Dow Jones division. Brimelow even brought on a regular VDARE contributor, <a href="">Edwin Rubenstien</a>, as a frequent co-author of his MarketWatch column. If Derbyshire plays his cards right, maybe he can become the third white nationalist to draw pay from Dow Jones.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Given Derbyshire&rsquo;s recent coming out as a full-blown white supremacist, and the key role Brimelow has played as his savior and enabler, it&rsquo;s worth revisiting the question of why MarketWatch is employing a national racist organizer. I posed the question <a href="">here</a> in April, and sent it, along with the relevant background, to executives and editors at MarketWatch and Dow Jones. Matthew Fleischer at <a href="">Fishbowl LA</a> asked the same thing, as did Mark Lacter of <a href="">LA Observed</a> and Joe Weisenthal of <a href="">Business Insider</a>, both of whom requested comment.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Thus far, MarketWatch and Dow Jones have refused to answer. Meanwhile they continue to provide a platform and paycheck to a notorious white nationalist organizer, who has a <a href="">new column</a> today:</div> <p class="rtecenter">&nbsp;<img height="104" width="381" alt="" src="" /></p> Josh Glasstetter Dow Jones John Derbyshire MarketWatch Peter Brimelow VDARE C3 Fighting the Right 40006 Mon, 21 May 2012 16:45:45 -0400 Dow Jones