Random Quotations – March 24th, 2016

Four items in total…

“Jakob Augstein, an influential columnist for the magazine Der Spiegel, says that Germans worried about migrant crimes are motivated by racism. His views shed light on the worldview of German multiculturalism: Migrants who assault German women and children are simply rebelling against German power structures. Germans who criticize such assaults are racists.” (Emphasis added) – Soeren Kern, “Germany: Migrant rape crisis worsens” Gatestone Institute, March 5th, 2016.

“One of the myriad problems with multiculturalism is that in its proponents haste to embrace other cultures, the existing culture is belittled, ignored, and if followed to its logical conclusion, ultimately, destroyed.” – “Italian City Takes Stand Against Multiculturalism”, Legal Insurrection, March 2, 2016.

“Children, black or white, when deprived of fathers, grow up angry at their parents… White children displace their anger in a thousand different directions. Black children, for the most part, channel theirs in a single destructive direction – towards and against white people.” – Black conservative activist Jesse Lee Peterson quoted by American Thinker in “The mass murders that dare not speak their name” by Jack Cashill, March 1st, 2016.

“The mainstream media environment is closed off to our message that Whites have interests, just like everybody else; that identifying as a White person who wants to advance these interests is normal and natural; that race is real; that there are real racial differences in traits important for success in a modern society and that there is no magic wand to change these traits; and finally and most importantly, that immigration and multiculturalism carry huge costs in terms of social cohesion, social conflict, trust, and willingness to contribute to public goods, like healthcare, welfare, and public infrastructure… his (Donald Trump’s) statements on immigration, his violations of the pious platitudes of political correctness, his advocacy on behalf of American workers, and his condemnation of Angela Merkel’s policies and the ongoing refugee disaster in Europe have been energizing to say the least.” – Dr. Kevin MacDonald, “Could it happen here?” radixjournal.com, March 18th, 2016.