Random Quotations – Dec. 2nd, 2017

Five items in total…

“This is why I’m usually married.” – Pamela Anderson, quoted in “Pamela Anderson responds to backlash over her comments about Harvey Weinstein victims” – MSN, Dec. 1st, 2017.

“A proposal in 2011 to name a street in The Hague after Reagan ran into fierce political opposition. Leftist parties, such as Labor, the Greens and the liberal D66 party, argued that naming a street in honor of Reagan would ‘do the image of the city no good.’ The whole affair ended in a disgraceful political compromise. Last year, a short stretch of a local bicycle path was named the Reagan and Gorbachev Lane.” – Geert Wilders, “Time to drain the swamp…” – Gatestone Institute, Nov. 26th, 2017.

“But what, really, is the problem?… It is one that dare not raise its head: that blacks cannot compete with whites, Asians, or Latin-Americans… This leaves them in an incurable state of resentment and thus hostility. I think we all know this: Blacks know it, whites know it, liberals know it, and conservatives know it. If any doubt this, the truth would be easy enough to determine with carefully done tests. The furious resistance to the very idea of measuring intelligence suggests awareness of the likely outcome. You don’t avoid a test if you expect good results.” – Fred Reed, “Absolute, obvious, unacknowledged disaster: A racial snapshot of America” – Fred On Everything. Nov. 30th, 2017.

“Russia’s state owned nuclear energy organization, Rosatom, of Uranium One celebrity, has been trying to develop nuclear cooperation with most of the Middle East countries… Russia would undertake building and operating the nuclear power plants – then start influencing the foreign policy decisions of the country supposedly to ‘protect’ the nuclear power plants from terrorists, and from there to project military influence in the region as it has done in Syria. Russia has already strengthened its defense and military cooperation with Iran and Turkey.” – Debalina Ghosha, “Russia’s dangerous nuclear Diplomacy” – Gatestone Institute, Nov. 27th, 2017.

“The first study to compare ancient and living female bones shows the routine manual labor of women during early agricultural eras was more grueling than the physical demands of rowing in Cambridge University’s famously competitive boat clubs. Researchers say the findings suggest a ‘hidden history’ of women’s work stretching across millennia… Researchers from the University of Cambridge’s Department of Archaeology say this physical prowess was likely obtained through tilling soil and harvesting crops by hand, as well as the grinding of grain for as much as five hours a day to make flour.” – University of Cambridge, “Prehistoric women had stronger arms than today’s elite rowing crews” – Science Daily, Nov. 29th, 2017.

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