Random Quotations – February 7th, 2018

Five items in total…

“I see a pattern of innuendo and allegations masquerading as truth despite no court proceedings!… she should have brought her claims to court (seeking a publication ban) rather than trying to insulate herself from fair scrutiny by media ambush… Anyone with a meritorious complaint should seek justice not fame… I think the public deserves to know when a reporter is in a close relationship with an anonymous source… It doesn’t pass the smell test…” – Joseph Villeneuve, quoted by Tom Blackwell in “Ontario PCs fire lawyer after online attack on Patrick Brown’s sexual-misconduct accuser” – National Post, Feb. 1st, 2018.

“The train was en route, with a helicopter escort, when it was rammed by two trucks near Charlottesville, Virginia: first, by an 18-wheeler, and, second, by a garbage truck. The collisions were probably intended to flip the train’s cars and kill people, but they failed to do that. The lead engine was partially derailed, and there were injuries (but no deaths) among the passengers.” – Rosemary Pennington, “Was the Virginia Amtrak collision a deep state terror attack?” – National Vanguard, Feb. 4th, 2018.

“Barry Sherman was constantly at war with everybody and when I talked to him, he had an agenda, ‘I’m creating jobs in Canada’, ‘I’m protecting the little guy against big pharma’… He was basically saying, ‘it’s me against the world’… Barry was a prick, if he needed you to pay $150,000 he wouldn’t hesitate to spend $3 million in court. It was all about winning for him… People really hated him in the business.” – Author Jeffrey Robinson, quoted by Brad Hunter in “Sherman murders: Did organized crime kill billionaire?” – Toronto Sun, Feb. 1st, 2018.

“If you took the worst features of Kennedy, Clinton and Obama, and mixed them together, you’d have Canada’s douchey princeling.” – Clash America, “Canada’s Justin Trudeau wants to eradicate the word ‘mankind’ because it’s ‘sexist’…” – Feb. 6th, 2018.

“The French ‘language police’ are at it again… The Commission for Enriching the French Language this month published in its official journal a list of new French terms in the telecommunications area which it wants French speakers to use, rather than the commonly-used English ones… For instance, French people are not to say or write ‘smartphone’ anymore but, the commission insists, must use the French term ‘mobile multifonction’ (multi-function mobile)…
Also in its sights are ‘net neutrality’ (neutralité de l’internet), ‘smart TV’ (téléviseur connecté), ‘hacker’ (fouineur), ‘deep web’ (toile profonde) and ‘phishing’ (filoutage), among other terms.” – Fayçal Benhassain, “Language enforcers don’t want the French to say ‘smartphone’ anymore” – CNS News, Jan. 31st, 2018.

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