Random Quotations – February 17th, 2018

Five items in total…

“The reason that racism is such a powerful concept is because it provides legitimacy to the inadequacies within the Black community. In other words, accusations of White racism are excuses for Black failure. So if Black people couldn’t blame White people for their failures, it would force them to be held accountable for their own actions. And their actions have determined them (to be) a significant liability to the prosperity of American society.” – Hewitt E. Moore, “Let’s agree Trump is a racist (properly defined). Good for him!” – Occidental Observer, Feb. 14th, 2018.

“Countries are happiest when they have one national culture, or at least one dominant culture to which all must perforce conform. We see this in countries like Japan and Korea, homogeneous societies which, because homogeneous, have no race riots or religious wars. It was largely true in, for example, Sweden and France until they began admitting immigrants from incompatible cultures. Today, most of the news from such countries deals with the consequences.” – Fred Reed, “An impolitic slumgullion; diverser is worser, and now what?” – Fred On Everything, Feb. 15th, 2018. (This is an absolutely brilliant analysis of what is happening to us, and I highly recommend it. You can read it here -JG).

“It is difficult to see a path toward reconciliation with so many, including the prime minister, reinforcing the impression among some Aboriginals that the courts are a bigoted scam while suggesting to their non-Aboriginal neighbours that their fear of armed robbery makes them little better than Klansmen.” – John Robson, “Stoking fiery division over the Boushie verdict doesn’t show you care” – National Post, Feb. 14th, 2018.

“In the true sense of the word, a personality is an individual with an originality and a distinctness of character and thought – a definition that precludes every member of the joyless matriarchy hammering away at the foundations of a civilized, Anglo-American society: the notion that a man defamed in the court of public opinion has the right to defend himself and confront his accusers; that there are often at least two sides to a story, and that relationships are complex and reciprocal, irreducible to the rigid, one-sided scripts enforced by certain vicious and vindictive womenfolk.” – Ilana Mercer, “The matriarchy is gunning for John Kelly” – Constitution, Feb. 16th, 2018.

“The problem… is that the public may perceive that there is an influence… ‘You can’t have even that kind of appearance in our justice system’… Michael Lacy, a partner in the criminal law group Brauti Thorning Zibarras LLP in Toronto, also said politicians ‘have no business at all’ in commenting on the outcome of a trial… ‘It undermines the independence of the judicial branch… Saying anything that amounts to commenting on the correctness of the verdict, to improve your public image or ensure an appropriate approval rating, should be criticized in Canada’, Lacy said, adding public figures should stick to offering sympathies over the tragic loss of life.” – Linda Givetash (CP), “After Stanley verdict, lawyers say political commentary risks justice system independence” – National Post, Feb. 11th, 2018.