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Blogger Chuck C. Johnson Hypes Ugly Anti-Gay Article at White Nationalist Website

The mask is off
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You may recall that National Review columnist John Derbyshire was fired from the magazine in 2012 when he published an absolutely horrible racist article at a website called Takimag.

Takimag is an overtly racist and often antisemitic publication, with a list of contributors that’s a who’s who of white nationalists and upper-class pseudo-intellectual bigots, including Pat Buchanan, the aforementioned John Derbyshire, “scientific racist” Steve Sailer, and another former National Review contributor who was also fired for links to white supremacists, Robert Weissberg. It’s a thoroughly disgusting place, made even more vile by a thin veneer of academic pretension over the ugly racism.

And today, far right blogger Chuck C. Johnson (who is NOT ME), the ranting demagogue who’s currently trying to get access to the sealed juvenile records of Michael Brown, made his motivations very clear by hyping the following homophobic article at Takimag.

The mask is all the way off now, folks. Bloggers like Johnson and Jim Hoft are openly linking to white nationalist websites, and not a single word of protest is heard from other conservatives.

UPDATE at 9/2/14 10:52:04 am by Charles Johnson

And now, right on cue, Chuck C. Johnson is denying Takimag is a racist publication — even though it could not possibly be any clearer.

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