Two questions for Sir Gaslighter.
Derbyshire, by the way, is not a White Nationalist at all. He is a conservative cognitive elitist who is married to a Chinese woman and has two non-white children. Beyond that, he has attacked White Nationalists in the most scurrilous terms, referring to AmRen attendees as “latrine flies” and attacking Kevin MacDonald on the most swinish possible grounds. It is only when this sucking up to Jews and centrists failed to save him from the charges of racism that he began to associate with White Nationalists, who were all too willing to cross his palm with silver. Frankly it is disgusting that the donations of White Nationalists are being sluiced into the pockets of this opportunist.
So, I have two main questions for Greg Johnson.
First, do you still agree with your assessment of Derbyshire quoted above and, by extension, your assessment of those pro-White activists who “sluiced” donations “into the pockets of this opportunist?” If yes, move on to question two. If no, then as a follow-up to question one, what does it say about your judgment and/or character that your initial assessment, reproduced above, has changed, since Derbyshire himself has not changed nor have his enablers?
Second, if the answer to question one is yes, then why do you associate with individuals who can be described as “White Nationalists, who were all too willing to cross his palm with silver” – Derbyshire’s primary enablers, who invite him to conferences (including Amren – the “latrine fly” conference) and who, presumably, pay him for his “work” and who also create the situation in which “the donations of White Nationalists are being sluiced into the pockets of this opportunist?” Let's consider some follow-up questions for question two, to determine as to why you associate with such individuals. Is it “political” expediency and convenience in Der Movement, to solidify your own status? Is it Quota Queen solidarity as part of the “good old boys network?” Some other defect of judgment and/or character? Please explain.
On a related note, I don’t want to be a “low information moralizer,” but I’m wondering - was Frank Borzellieri given all of the same assistance and opportunities after his “cancelling” that Derbyshire received after his own? Maybe Borzellieri did, and it just did not work out, but I suspect that this was not the case. If so, then why not, dear “movement?”