Category Archives: Reference & Background Material

Random Quotations – LGBTQ – November 12th, 2019

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“Among the nearly 50 ‘queer hymns’ featured in the collection are: ‘God of Queer Transgressive Spaces,’ ‘Lovely, Needy People,’ ‘Quirky Queer and Wonderful’ and ‘The Kingdom of God is the Queerest of Nations’… The ecumenical, non-profit Hymn Society released the hymnal in July but it was publicized just last week by Anglican Journal, the publication of the Anglican Church of Canada, which praised the work for offering ‘further potential for music as a source of affirmation and inclusion’.” – Thomas G. Williams Ph.D., “Christian Hymn Society releases ‘queer hymns’ for LGBTQIA2S+” – Breitbart, November 5th, 2029.

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Random Quotations – November 9th, 2019

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“The elections results were obviously disappointing for the People’s Party. The breakthrough we hoped for did not materialize and our leader lost his seat in Beauce… It’s extremely difficult to launch a new party in a first-past-the-post electoral system like Canada’s without a strong regional base. Our support was scattered all across the country, and too many voters who agreed with our principles and our platform decided in the end to vote strategically for another party in order to defeat Justin Trudeau… This being said, almost 300,000 Canadians supported a People’s Party candidate.” – People’s Party of Canada email newsletter, November 7th, 2019.

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Heading Says It All – November 8th, 2019

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“British cops investigating ‘hate crime’ after trans actress denied porn role for having a penis” here.

“UK police tell public: Report hateful behaviour even if it isn’t a crime, you don’t even need evidence” here.

“UK: 20-strong gang target ‘White bastards’, cut off teenager’s hand with axe” here.

“SNC-Lavalin stocks surge after Liberal re-election” here.

“Climate alarmists struggle with war on cow farts” here.

“Instagram influencer says World War II isn’t as important as climate change” here.

“LGBT rainbow poppy causes controversy as critics say it disrespects veterans” here.

Random Quotations – Islam – November 4th, 2019

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“This case involved the cynical exploitation of a number of young girls by a group of predatory men in the Huddersfield area… The men cynically groomed and exploited children for their own sexual gratification, drawing them into a dark and sordid world in which they had little or no control over their lives… Sometimes the abusers used threats and violence to achieve their objective, sometimes plying the girls with alcohol or drugs. The victims were unable to make truly free or informed choices about anything they did with these men… Throughout, the men cared only for themselves and viewed the girls as objects to be used and abused at will.” – Michael Quinn, Crown Prosecution Service, quoted by Lucy Leeson in “Huddersfield grooming gang members found guilty of multiple sex offences against young girls” – Yorkshire Post, October 24th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – LGBTQ – November 1st, 2019

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“Toronto City Councillors voted 20-1 in support of a review of policies governing community spaces in the city, following a large protest at Toronto Public Library’s Palmerston branch over feminist Meghan Murphy’s controversial talk on ‘Gender Identity: What does it mean for society, the law and women?’… The review was proposed by Councilor Kristyn Wong-Tam and will involve the consultation of LGBTQ+ stakeholders, many of whom were aghast at the Toronto Public Library’s pro-free speech stance.” – (Emphasis added) – The Post Millennial, “Free speech event at SFU in jeopardy after threats of violence” – October 31st, 2019.

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Random Quotations – November 1st, 2019

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“The science establishment has been corrupted by money, specifically federal research grants… Money is now more important than science. A big bite of every research grant goes to the university as ‘overhead.’ So the university bureaucracy is intensely focused on bringing in more research grants. For the researcher, money means promotion, status, and the means to engage in expensive research projects… The most lucrative research is to predict an ecological catastrophe. Thus, we have overpopulation, acid rain, the ozone hole, and global warming.” – Norman Rogers, “Scientocracy busts open the motivation behind global warming politics” – American Thinker, October 28th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Progressivism – November 1st, 2019

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“It blows my mind that despite losing mega-millions Hollywood is undeterred, hellbent on cramming SJW political messaging down our throats. As a Christian, I believe a spirit of anti-Christ is driving Hollywood’s financially illogical behavior. Hollywood producers love to poke fun of and demonize Christians. They freely use Jesus’ name in vain. And yet, they would never dare to use Muhammad’s name in vain… In response to the failure of the 2016 Ghostbusters movie, the filmmakers attacked the fans, calling them woman-hating trolls. The star of the ‘Batwoman’ series, Ruby Rose, attacked viewers for the show’s plummeting ratings. Rose said the show is not for old white men.” – Lloyd Marcus, “Young adults fed up with SJW and LGBTQ tyranny” – American Thinker, October 26th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Education – November 1st, 2019

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“They insist that more and more dropouts enter ‘higher education’ in order to ‘earn more money.’ But they fail to understand that this simply results in the dumbing down of higher education, the bachelor’s degree having far less value as employers lose faith… Already, employers are increasingly setting up their own systems of assessment, sometimes giving the job to a non-graduate. They are bypassing degrees and reverting to de facto apprenticeships, where they establish their own entry requirements and then train you on the job. Surveys have found that employers regard young college graduates as ‘deficient in such key workplace skills as written and oral communication, critical thinking and analytical reasoning’ – the very things that college was supposed to teach them.” – Lance Welton, “College bubble bursting – left hardest hit. Too bad” – Unz Review, October 6th, 2019. (An excellent expose, you can read it here.)

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Random Quotations – October 26th, 2019

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“…it is especially difficult to trade with a thief, especially when the thief views commercial contact as an opportunity to steal more. Xi’s China has continued to criminally take U.S. intellectual property to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars a year… China has already used stolen data and technology to cripple foreign companies and drive some, like Nortel Networks, out of business.” – Gordon G. Chang, “Do not trade with a China that lies, cheats, and steals” – Gatestone Institute, October 21st, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – October 26th, 2019

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“An effective racial conservation movement would depend upon a sense of appreciation and reverence for that which it sought to conserve. It would also depend on the development of a philosophy of ethics which gives substance to that reverence by extending concepts of human rights to races. Only under the protection of the ethical concept of rights – in this case racial rights – can racial diversity, the existence of different races, be protected and preserved in an age when its former protector – geographic distance – is no longer effective in preserving the condition of geographic separation racial diversity requires for its continued existence.” – Dissident Millennial, “Richard McCulloch’s The Racial Compact – Part One – Racial Diversity” – National Vanguard, September 24th, 2019.

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