Monthly Archives: April 2021

Random Quotations – Anti-White – April 26th, 2021

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“The unprincipled attack on Tucker Carlson by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) over his alleged ‘white supremacism’ included a demand to Fox News that he be fired. It was from a familiar playbook that groups like ADL and the rest of the Israel lobby use almost always successfully to vilify and silence critics in the media, academia and in politics. It works because it condemns legitimate dissent using the usual buzz expressions ‘anti-Semitism’ and ‘holocaust denial’ if all else fails.” – Philip Giraldi, “Tucker Carlson exposes Zionist hypocrisy on immigration” – Unz Review, April 20th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – April 22nd, 2021

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“The trial was pointless. We knew the outcome. We knew the threat. Convict Derek Chauvin of murder, or cities will burn. Jurors surely knew they would be doxxed if they didn’t vote to convict; one potential juror was dismissed after he dared mention this fear… However, what Derek Chauvin did to George Floyd isn’t even close to what happened to white man Daniel Shaver, gunned down in a hotel hallway by a police officer who was later acquitted and was paid for his mental suffering. This is about race, not police. I expect police will crack down further on law-abiding whites while ignoring black crime… The howls for Derek Chauvin’s head were primal. I haven’t heard such cries of triumph since O.J. Simpson was acquitted.” – Gregory Hood, “We can’t police these people” – American Renaissance, April 21st, 2021.

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Random Quotations – April 18th, 2021

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“(But) when retirement time comes, state care ends for the dogs and horses that serve in Poland’s Police, Border Guard and Fire Service. They are given away, with no safeguards for their future welfare… Following appeals from concerned service members, the Interior Ministry has proposed new legislation that would give these animals an official status, and paid retirement to help cover the often costly care bills their new owners face.” – Breitbart London, “Poland plans pensions for dogs, horses in state employment” – March 27th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Anti-White – April 11th, 2021

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“At Girl Scouts of the USA, we build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. In this moment of suffering in our nation, Girl Scouts commits to taking action to support Black girls, their families, and their communities. We want to reiterate to all girls, volunteers, alums, supporters, families, and staff that we do not tolerate racial injustice and we know that Black Lives Matter. We commit to doing all we can, using our collective power, to help create the change in our communities that is long overdue. We will do our part to dismantle systemic racism.” – Penny Starr, “Girls Scouts announce $500,000 campaign for ‘anti-racist’ programming” – Breitbart, April 2nd, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – April 8th, 2021

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“White families typically prefer to live in predominantly white neighborhoods with very few or no Black neighbors. Homes in these neighborhoods tend to have the highest market values because most prospective purchasers – who happen to be white – find them most desirable… Black Americans, on the other hand, tend to prefer to live in racially diverse or all-Black neighborhoods. Research has shown that once more than 10 percent of your neighbors are Black, the value of your home declines. As the percentage of Black neighbors increases, the property’s value plummets even further… The mere presence of Blacks in a neighborhood made it less appealing to whites.” – Dorothy A. Brown, “Your home’s value is based on racism” – New York Times, March 20th, 2021 (American Renaissance, March 29th, 2021.)

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Random Quotations – Education – April 2nd, 2021

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“It became quickly obvious to me that the school curriculum was geared toward the black students. The expectations were very low. Everything about the school seemed to be aimed at appeasing the black kids and basic standards of behavior were not expected of them. There was nearly always a lot of talking and generally disruptive behavior on the part of the black students. This situation was in direct contrast to what I had experienced in neighborhood schools at lower grade levels. While there were some black students in my prior classes, as well as black teachers, the standards and expectations had been considerably higher.” – Will Kane, “The joys of forced integration” – American Renaissance, January 23rd, 2021.

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