Planning ahead to a time when free speech is eliminated on the internet, immigration restrictionist website Vdare is set to become a seventeenth century pamphlet.
“There was unprecedented free speech in England, briefly, just after 1650,” says time travel specialist Doc Brown, “so it makes a lot of sense for Vdare to move its operation to seventeenth century England. Just so long as they don’t promote Catholicism. That’s the only restriction.”
It is understood that issues of the Vdare pamphlet will be handed out at Charring Cross every second Monday beginning on the 2nd May 1650. The Vdare pamphleteer can be found under the sign for the Dogs Head, near Ranters ally.
Historians inform us that the pamphlet, which was continuously published between 1650 and 1657 with occasional additional issues appearing in 1670 and 1680, confused comptempories such as diarists Bulstrode Whitelock and George Fox. Fox, the founder of Quakerism, wrote in his journal of 18th January 1656 his confusion upon reading about “Hispanic immigration.”
Despite this, it is believed by the editors that the use of a time dilation device to publish VDare is probably the best way to ensure it’s future/past.
“No Southern Poverty Centre-informed Google algorithm can do a thing about it,” said a passing Seventeenth Century peasant.