Monthly Archives: March 2019

Random Quotations – Islam – March 26th, 2019

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“…the Guardian concedes that, while the security services ‘have not revealed how many of the 700 or so live terror plots and 20,000 individuals classified as ‘closed subjects’ … are related to right-wing extremism’, MI5 did disclose that such cases are, quote, ‘absolutely dwarfed by the number of Islamist cases’ being dealt with… This is the case despite the fact that Britain’s white population, from which white nationalist extremists are presumably likely to recruit, is in excess of 50 million, while the Muslim population, from which Islamist extremists are likely recruiting, is officially only 2.7 million…” – Jack Montgomery, “MI5: Number of Far Right terror cases ‘absolutely dwarfed by the number of Islamist cases’.” – Breitbart, March 21st, 2019.

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Random Quotations – LGBTQ – March 26th, 2019

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“According to the book, transphobia is commonplace in the school setting and needs to be addressed. Transphobia is defined as ‘intolerance of any part of the range of gender identity’… One example of transphobia the book highlights includes the girls track team protesting the addition of a trans girl (biologically male) to the team because ‘it’s unfair to have him try out for our team when he is stronger and faster’… The creation of the book was funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.” – Lucas Holtvluwer, “Grade 8 school book promotes trans ideology, rejects biology” – The Post Millennial, March 25th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Free Speech – March 25th, 2019

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“NDP Vice-President Morgane Oger intends on creating a ‘Canadian Atlas of Populist Extremism (CAPE)’ to map extremist groups, individuals and incidents across Canada… the B.C. Civil Liberties Association has warned that while the tool might be useful it would come with a host of privacy rights issues… ‘All kinds of things that people think are hateful constitute genuine political speech,’ said policy director Michael Vonn pointing to the example of immigration policy criticism… without a proper model there are legal issues around posting the personal information of private citizens online on a ‘hate map’.” – Cosmin Dzsurdzsa, “Morgane Oger’s “hate map” might have privacy issues: B.C. Civil Liberties Association” – The Post Millennial, March 22nd, 2019.

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Anti-White Racism Quotations – March 22nd, 2019

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“The media reaction to Brenton Tarrant can be roughly summarized as follows: He was a hate-filled white supremacist. His reasoning, therefore, is irrelevant. Although he wrote a 74-page explanation of his motives, this ‘manifesto’ must be suppressed so as not to give him a platform. It should be read – if at all – only by ‘experts’ who will explain it to the rest of us. Mr. Tarrant got his ideas from ‘cesspools of the internet’ that are spreading ‘right-wing hate’ to every corner of the globe. We must therefore redouble our efforts to purge the internet of ‘hate’… This response is dangerous. Terrorists kill when they believe every non-violent alternative has been closed off… Being silenced does not mean abandoning deeply held convictions; it means acting outside of politics.” – Jared Taylor, “Do they want more Christchurch massacres?” – American Renaissance, March 18th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Progressivism – March 21st, 2019

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“Everything that was considered mainstream, obvious, common sense, logical and moral in 1965 is now considered by our political, academic and media elite to be bigoted, ignorant, hateful, xenophobic, racist, extremist and some form of moral abnormality… within the space of 50 years, morality, right, wrong, evil, good, normal, obvious, extreme, sanity, truth, beneficial, dangerous and the instinct for group preservation, has been inverted and stood upside down on its head… Never before in the entire course of human history has an entire culture, race and civilisation decided to hand over its lands, social capital, heritage and identities to competing and intruding alien cultures without a fight…” – Comment beneath an article in The Spectator, since removed…

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Random Quotations – Islam – March 19th, 2019

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“…despite the fact that we can all pick up the Koran and read its repeated condemnation of unbelievers, as well as the commands to commit violence against us, our leaders still find no reason to blame the Koran when Muslims follow its commands and murder us. Hundreds of people have been slaughtered by Islamic terrorists in Europe in the last few years alone, and never, at any point, do our politicians or religious leaders question the link between the hate and violence preached in Islamic scripture, and Muslims killing unbelievers. In fact, if you dare to point out that Islamic teachings may influence Muslims, you’ll find yourself quickly labelled far right and fascist (the usual stuff).” – Anne Marie Waters, “Reaction to NZ terror” – AltNewsMedia – March 17th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – March 14th, 2019

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“During Jody Wilson-Raybould’s bombshell testimony yesterday in which she all but crucified the Prime Minister for his alleged role in political interference in the SNC-Lavalin case, the former Justice Minister implied that the prime minister’s chief of staff, Katie Telford, said that she would have positive ‘op-eds’ written about Wilson-Raybould if she would make the right decision… The absolute bravado of Mrs. Telford to confidently tell Mrs. Wilson-Raybould’s Chief of Staff that it is within their powers to influence the public with op-eds is both frightening and revolting.” – Roberto Wakerell-Cruz, “The Canadian propaganda machine exists and it’s influencing all of us” – The Post Millennial, Feb. 28th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Free Speech – March 10th, 2019

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“…Local Marxist student groups, such as Socialist Fightback, were immediately vocal about what they view as Ford’s ‘anti-protest laws,’ claiming the rules will muzzle their ability to protest ‘fascists’ and ‘racists’ on campus. These Marxist groups fail to recognize the line between demonstration and disruption. Freedom of expression and assembly does not protect someone who uses noise, physical obstruction and other forms of violence to prevent someone else from exercising their own free expression rights.” – Lindsay Shepherd, “Fate of free speech on campuses uncertain” – Toronto Sun, Feb. 10th, 2019.

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Random Quotations – Israel – March 10th, 2019

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“What has been taking place is not hatred of Jews but rather a confluence of two factors. First is the undeniable fact that Israel has been behaving particularly badly, even by its admittedly low standards. Its slaughter of Palestinians in Gaza has been unusually observable in spite of media attempts to avoid mentioning it, plus its support of terrorists in Syria and attacks on that country have also raised questions about the intentions of the kleptocratic regime in Tel Aviv, which is currently pushing for an attack on Iran. That all means that the perception of Israel, which boasts that it is the exclusively Jewish state, inevitably raises questions about the international Jewish community that provides much of its support. But the shift in perception is driven by Israeli behavior, not by Jews as an ethnicity or a religion.” – Philip Giraldi, “The growing anti-Semitism scam” – The Unz Review, Feb. 19th, 2019.

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