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Bullshit never goes out of style at

30 June 2009

The notorious stoopid racist white supremacist website has outdone itself this time.

Some lying sack of shit  named Ned Garver (you can send him an email here) wrote, and the bone-heads at VDare printed this:

I worked under a tourist visa for three months and could legally renew it for three more months. During that six- month period, our Mexican and American attorneys worked on my behalf to secure a permanent work visa granted to a person for a specific job called an FM2 or FM 3 lucrativa—“Lucrativa” as in “making money.”

Foreign residents who work in Mexico are required to have them. They are to be carried at all times in addition to your U.S. passport.

To apply for the FM3 work permit I needed to submit the following notarized originals: my birth certificate for (as well as my wife’s), our marriage certificate, high school transcripts with proof of graduation, college transcripts for every university I attended as well as proof of graduation, two letters of recommendation from supervisors for whom I had worked at least two years, a letter from the St. Louis Chief of Police stating I had I had no arrest record or outstanding warrants in the US and was “a citizen in good standing,” Finally, I had to write a letter about myself that clearly stated why there was no Mexican citizen with my skills and why my skills are important to Mexico…

dumb… and so on.  The mention of the “St Louis Chief of Police” rang a bell, and I knew I’d seen this exact same letter — word for word — before.  YUPPER.  It is a supposed e-mail by someone named Tom O’Malley who claims to have worked at the South West Bell Telephone Company office in Mexico City.

I worked with David Bodwell (who moved to Mexico in 1997) on deconstructing the original fake e-mail back in May 2006 (here’s the original on the old “” site).

I had further adventures with the phony e-mail, including mention in a John Birch Society publication, as I hunted for the “original” Tom O’Malley (who I don’t think ever existed) letter.  The closest I could get was this myspace page, posted by  some guy in Houston named Brad… back in April 2006.

Proving, once again, as if proof were needed, that for all their vaunted superiority, white supremacists are awfully gullible.  Probably they’re just culturally inferior… as in not havin’ no culture.  Dumb fucks!

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