Random Quotations – Nov. 17th, 2017

Six items in total…

(Language warning for third item).

“…all the time Trudeau was trying to rip money out of the hands of Canada’s local businesses, he knew that his fellow elites and top fundraisers were using offshore tax loopholes to avoid paying their fair share in Canada… Yet, he said nothing, and he did nothing… It is now clear beyond any doubt that Trudeau really serves the globalist elites and those who already have immense wealth and power, and he uses deceptive political tactics to hide that reality.” – Spencer Fernando, “Elites: Top Trudeau fundraisers kept tens of millions in offshore tax havens” – Nov. 5th, 2017.

“…the Toyota Corolla was totalled.” – Assoc. Press, “Motorist falls short in bid to jump car over canal” – Toronto Sun, Oct. 10th, 2017.

“Porn star Alana Evans – star of Amateur Blondes on Blacks and DaVagina Code – described her friend as something akin to tragic film goddess, Marilyn Monroe… She tweeted: ‘At a loss for words. So sad that my old friend @MsShylaStylez has left us’… Another adult star, Jesse Jane, wrote that Stylez – star of Accidental Hooker, Crack Addict 7 and Give Me Liberty or Give Me Anal – is now ‘in a better place’.” – Brad Hunter, “Canadian porn queen Shyla Stylez dead at 35” – Toronto Sun, Nov. 14th, 2017.

“Council and staff remain committed to building an engaged, tolerant and vibrant city that welcomes people of all cultures and faiths. Through the City of Mississauga’s Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee, we are undertaking important work to focus council decisions through the lens of diversity, with a goal to ensure all residents are included.” – Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, quoted by Joe Warmington in “Arabic chants at rally spark police probe” – Toronto Sun, Nov. 16th, 2017.

“Police say 16 Remembrance Day poppy donation boxes have been stolen from businesses in Sudbury over the past few days… The money collected in the boxes goes to the Royal Canadian Legion, which uses it to support veterans and their families in the Sudbury area.” – Canadian Press, “16 poppy donation box thefts in Sudbury” – Toronto Sun, Nov. 8th, 2017.

“We have a population of 320 million Americans today – we are only able to sustain that population because of our technology. Our modern technological economy and all of our critical infrastructure that support that economy is keeping 320 million Americans alive… Communication, transportation, business and finance, our industrial capability, even food and water depend on electricity. When you subtract electricity, when you cause a nationwide blackout, blackout the electric grid and all the life-sustaining critical infrastructures, how can you now support 320 million people?” – WND, “Warning: N. Korea mapping specific plan for ‘devastating’ EMP” – Nov. 14th, 2017.

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