05 February 2013

A long pause

The vicissitudes of life having kept us far from home for months, with no return on the horizon, we are very sorry to announce that Those Who Can See will be on hold indefinitely.

Many thanks to all the interesting readers and commenters who have passed through.  If we keep talking about HBD and public policy with a cool head, hard data, and a civil tone, minds will begin to change.

A très bientôt j'espère,

M.G. Miles


Anonymous said...

I'm sorry to hear it and hope you come back at some point.

Artur said...

MG please don't do this, please dont give up TWCS.

You were and are a shining light in this corner of the blogosphere.

If you stop now you will do harm by your absence, as much as I hate to say that and make you feel guilty.

If anything take it as a complement.

Please continue posting.

Many are counting on you.


- Arturo

Unamused said...

ooooooooooohhhhhhh i am going to tickle you SO HARD when i find out where you are hiding

M said...

Sorry to hear this, hope you come back at some stage.

musiciansavant said...

Dear M.G.,

You have compiled enough for a book if you can ever manage! I hope you are well, the internet does take too much time to manage, when you want real world action.
We just hope you are not in trouble with the French Authorities.

Ulick said...

I truly appreciate all the hard work the author has put into this site. His research and writing could match that of anyone on this exceptionally important topic. If his absence is due to health, and I pray that it's not, I wish him a speedy recovery.

Much thanks,


Artur said...

Bonjour MG :

This is pretty bizarre :


Yes, the film that I made with Thierry, who still owes me about 3k euro in my book, is now featured à la une du blog Fortune / Eco de fdesouche.

This might be my chance to make things right via: Bonobo.

My name is in the générique à la fin, pour l'amour de dieu !

Hope you're well but gotta tell you, your absence in the alt-rightosphère really hurts.


- Arturo from New Orleans

Anonymous said...

"civil tone"

good luck getting most "race realists" to adopt a civil tone