Random Quotations – April 28th, 2016

Five items in total…

“Phoenix resident Brian Clegg was concerned about a box he witnessed being installed on a power pole. Clegg said the box was facing his house and he believed it may have had cameras inside. The pole was owned by Arizona’s largest power provider, SRP, who claimed no one had permission to put the box on their pole. Brian Clegg says shortly afterwards SRP sent a crew to remove the box… SRP told ABC15 they were unaware the box had been installed and that the ATF has to notify them if they are going install something on their property. The ATF told ABC15 they can put security measures in place without asking for permission. Obviously the federal government feels comfortable doing whatever it wants to do, whenever it wants to, law be damned.” – Derrick Broze, Activist Post – “Why is the federal government installing mysterious boxes on utility poles?” April 22nd, 2016.

“Many family doctors and specialists now fight to keep their practices afloat. Even though physician offices run like small businesses, doctors prioritize patient care over profit. So when funding cuts escalated in 2015, many doctors had to reduce staff, reduce services or, in worst-case scenarios, close their clinics altogether… emergency departments, inpatient wards and operating rooms are bursting at the seams, unable to keep pace with growing need and shrinking resources… Our taxes fund OHIP (Ontario Hospital Insurance Plan -JG). OHIP in turn funds doctors, nurses, and hospitals. The predictable result of underfunding OHIP: Doctors cannot pay for their community clinics, hospitals cannot hire nurses, and operating rooms sit empty, gathering dust.” – Dr. Nadia Alam, guest column “Toronto needs to speak up about Liberals’ health cuts” in the Toronto Sun, April 17th, 2016.

“The barbarian has no morals. He obeys tribal codes that he does not understand, but accepts. Fairness exists only relative to his own interests. Empathy is foreign to him. He holds life cheaply and kills casually. He loathes outsiders and obeys no universal laws. His tribe is ruled by hierarchies which gain their position through brutality and trickery. And he assumes the world works the same way… He cannot and will not interact with a more advanced civilization on any terms other than these. Cunning barbarians may learn the languages of more advanced civilizations and even ape their values for their own purposes, but they never adopt them. When a barbarian speaks of democracy, he means power. When he talks of religion, he means the worship of his own power. When he prattles of morality, he does not mean universal laws, but anything that impinges on his own power… To the barbarian, all values are reducible to power. They are his gods, his religions and his laws.” – Daniel Greenfield, “In the city of the decadents” – http://politichicks.com, April 19th, 2016.

“They (liberals) take extreme positions, guided by three linked but often confused issues: political correctness, cultural relativism and moral relativism. There seems to be a deep-seated belief, not only that all cultures possess and practice different values (the original premise of neutral cultural relativism in anthropology); or that, God forbid!, Western values are better than non-Western ones. Many liberals appear, instead, to think, that non-Western values are better or certainly no worse, than Western ones… The idea that Western states, heirs to imperialism and still practitioners of indirect colonialism, have imposed their values on the rest of the world, makes the values of the ‘victim’ – the ‘oppressed’ and the ‘occupied’ – superior to those of the West. But it is precisely Western values and laws that have been responsible for the very concept of human rights, for efforts to free former colonies, to bring aid to Third World countries, to grant rights to minorities, to introduce high-quality education, to advocate for women’s rights, and more… It is not hard to see why so many liberals… are morally and politically confused, not to say profoundly selective and bigoted, in direct contradiction to their own expressed principles of peace, toleration, diversity, and multiculturalism.” – Dennis MacEoin in “The Self-Contradictory Liberals”, Gatestone Institute, April 23rd, 2016.

“There are two views of human development: those of the Darwinians and those of the Progressives. We in the Alternative Right belong to the Darwinians because we believe in science, the scientific method and in the value of observation and analysis. The Progressives, on the other hand, are repelled by their observations of the human condition and attempt to replace science with a belief system they can manipulate. Progressives are Utopianists; while we on the Alt-Right are Realists… The Alternative Right is an alternative to the conservative movement which, we believe, has been taken over by neo-conservatives who believe in free trade, mass immigration, nation building and individual rights above ethnic rights.” – (emphasis added) – Frank Hilliard, “The Alternative Right Belongs to the Darwinians” – posted by the Council of European Canadians on April 24th, 2016.

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