Random Quotations – December 27th, 2015

Four items in total…

“For us today, what is at stake is Europe, the lifestyle of European citizens, European values, the survival or disappearance of European nations, and more precisely formulated, their transformation beyond recognition. Today, the question is not merely in what kind of a Europe we would like to live, but whether everything we understand as Europe will exist at all.” – Viktor Orbán, President of Hungary.

“Determining one’s position in the scale of privilege and oppression is necessary to the progressive project of “social justice” of which the Oberlin BSU’s list of demands is an example. This is how and why a seemingly trivial matter – too many white people in the jazz band – gets transmogrified into a major grievance at Oberlin College (annual tuition of $50,586.00) where students bemoan their plight as victims of ‘imperialism, white supremacy, capitalism, ableism, and a cissexist heteropatriarchy.’ Social justice is a sort of cult religion, and elite college campuses function as temples of this postmodern faith, where the saintly Victims of Oppression are taught to hate the demonized Forces of Privilege.” -Robert Stacy McCain – American Spectator, Dec. 21st 2015.

“(But, nevertheless) whites are expected to welcome other races to their homelands – Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Non-whites from the Third World are not only permitted to immigrate into white homelands, they are openly welcomed – white churches work to bring them over and white governments subsidize them when they have arrived. Indeed, governments give these often uneducated, illiterate, low IQ, disease-carrying, and crime-prone Third-World immigrants more benefits and rights than they give to their own people, then send their own people the bill and punish them severely for any discrimination against the unwelcome immigrants” – Robert D. Fuerle – “Erectus Walks Amongst Us” – Chapter 31.

“To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical.” – Thomas Jefferson.