Monthly Archives: August 2020

Random Quotations – August 30th, 2020

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“The vast majority of Conservatives want an end to the mass immigration policy of the Liberals. It won’t happen under Erin O’Toole. He and the party’s establishment support mass immigration and official multiculturalism… The People’s Party is the only party that will protect Canada’s culture and identity. The only party that proposes a moratorium on immigration until the crisis is over and unemployment is down to normal levels. And then a return to much lower levels of immigration, with a focus on economic immigrants rather than family reunification. We are the only party that emphasizes the integration of immigrants into Canadian society rather than the cult of diversity.” – People’s Party website, “Statement by Maxime Bernier following Conservative leadership results” – August 24th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – August 25th, 2020

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“Equality? A ridiculous idea. There is no equality in Nature. Men are good and evil, mediocre and brilliant, generous and selfish – and so on. And then there are racial differences. To try to reduce them to one type or form is not only impossible, but it is also insane… We are ruled by a natural instinct that, for our own good and for the preservation of our type, makes us look for the company of our own kind. There is a natural antagonism between different races and tribes. Those who ignore these eternal rules of Nature do so at their own risk. To try to deny this fact is not only insane but criminal. This does not mean that we must be at war with our neighbours; we just have to keep to ourselves and take care of our own.” – Chris Rossetti, “No apologies” – National Vanguard, August 10th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – August 24th, 2020

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“On the Goodyear issue, you ride on Goodyear tires in the presidential limousine. If there were an alternative, you want those tires swapped out?’ asked John Roberts, the Fox News White House correspondent during a press conference on Wednesday… ‘Yeah, I would do that,’ Trump responded. ‘I would swap them out based on what I heard. We’ll see what happens. Look, you’re going to have a lot of people not wanting to buy that product anymore. They’ll buy it from a competitor – made in the USA, too’.” – Sam Edwards, “Trump says he would remove Goodyear tires from Presidential limousine after boycotting company” – The Post Millennial, August 20th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Progressivism – August 23rd, 2020

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“Yes. So we definitely plan on pressing charges. And the reason why is you continue to see this violence across America, whether it be Portland, Seattle or, you know, very close to me in New York City, and there’s never any consequences. The mayor gives in. The leftist politicians give in. They call it ‘peaceful protesting’… So I think there needs to be an example where we’re standing up and we’re giving people consequences for these actions. There’s no reason why you should be violent over politics, especially with, you know, a child involved. The child is not responsible for Abbey’s political opinions, so there’s no need to be aggressive with him… So we will be pressing charges because we think it’s time for conservatives to stand up for our voice and message. Because if we don’t, the left will do this more and more. They’re definitely encouraged by this behavior, so, yes, we will press charges.” – Andrea Widburg, “More details and arrests in the case of the hat-stealing Biden women” – American Thinker, August 23rd, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Anti-White – August 23rd, 2020

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“Hello. Don’t recognize me? That’s OK; I understand. My name was Antonio West. I was the child who was shot in the face and killed at point blank range by two black teens, who were attempting to rob my mother, who was also shot. I think my murder and my mommy’s wounding made the news for maybe a day, and then disappeared… A Grand Jury of my mommy’s peers from Brunswick, Georgia ruled the black teens who murdered me will not face the death penalty… too bad it was me who got the death sentence from my killers instead, because Mommy didn’t have the money they demanded. See, my family made the mistake of being white in a 73% non-white neighborhood…” – From an email headed “Fw: Read! Black Lives Matter perspective” – August 2nd, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Progressivism – August 16th, 2020

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“However, my research suggests that the few mourners actually in attendance were there only to be sure she was really dead, and the only tribute I’m aware of was by the New York Times. As a kind of obituary, the Jewish Womens’ Organisation claims Goldman’s ‘advocacy of … sexual freedom helped to shape modern American society’, while failing to note that America’s resulting new shape was not necessarily a blessing… Wikipedia doesn’t want to be left out of this whitewashing parade, informing us solemnly that Emma Goldman ‘was an important contributor to several fields of modern political philosophy’, leaving our imaginations to identify those fields and deduce her contribution.” – Larry Romanoff, “The pleasures of depopulating the Earth” – Unz Review, July 31st, 2020.

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Random Quotations – August 13th, 2020

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“If I have brain cancer, I don’t ask my dentist what I should do. If my car has a problem, I don’t seek help from a plumber! Why do you (NFL) think the public cares what a football player thinks about politics?” – From an unsigned email, authorship unknown – August 7th, 2020.

“Some people will have more ability, more relevant merit, than other people do. When the law treats all persons equally, their life outcomes, their degrees of success, are always unequal. When outcomes are equalized, it always means that the law is unjust, favoring some people above others.” – David Sims, “Two ways only: The stars – or the slime” – National Vanguard, August 12th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Free Speech – August 9th, 2020

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“Malkin was understandably distraught at this unanticipated violent turn of events and expressed frustration that Denver police, who were visibly present in the area, did nothing to stop the attacks or to allow the peaceful pro-police rally to continue… Until recently, violence of this kind to suppress conservative free speech was largely limited to the nation’s leftist-dominated college campuses. Obviously, a new page has now been turned as many of America’s leading cities – all of them under Democrat party control – have abandoned enforcing laws big and small. The expression of free speech is now openly threatened off the campuses. Which one of the Bill of Rights will be next?” – Peter Barry Chowka, “Michelle Malkin beaten by BLM thugs and prevented from speaking at Denver pro-police rally” – American Thinker, July 20th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – August 8th, 2020

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“Later in the 1970s the problem of the poor performance of black children in school became so widespread that the Government set up a committee to investigate its causes. In 1984 the committee published a report that included a paper by Nicholas Mackintosh, professor of psychology at the University of Cambridge, and his colleague Nicholas Mascie-Taylor, in which they concluded that the problem was that the average IQ of black children was 88 and that of Indians and Pakistanis 98, in relation to a white average of 100. This report – astoundingly candid for a government document – was tucked away in an appendix and has been consistently ignored.” – Richard Lynn, “The racial transformation of Britain” – American Renaissance, July 19th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – August 3rd, 2020

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“Consider for a moment that if I were to walk up to a monument of Martin Luther King, Jr. and put an easily removed Post-it note on there stating that he was a communist or a womanizer, I would be charged with numerous crimes ranging from defacing public property to possibly even felony conspiracy and terrorism. I’d be lucky to ever get out of jail. Yet, all over the country, a variety of miscreants have permanently destroyed a number of public monuments, and have faced no criminal charges whatsoever. The difference is stark and should tell you something. Specifically, it should tell you that these miscreants are actually carrying out the will of those already in power. This should not be shocking given that many of these organizations literally receive checks from the U.S. government… The leftist street activists of the 1960’s were antifragile because they were funded by and supporting a structure that was already in power. They weren’t changing anything – they were doing a victory dance that created an illusion that they were somehow the cause of changes that had already occurred behind the scenes.” – John Young, “Time for the next phase” – Western Voices World News, July 14th,2020.

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