Random Quotations – February 22nd, 2018

Six items in total…

“Dark clouds are gathering over Europe because of immigration… Nations will cease to exist, the West will fall, while Europe won’t even realise that it has been invaded… Christianity is Europe’s last hope… Absurd as it may sound, the danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris…” – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, quoted by Virginia Hale in “Hungary’s Orbán calls for patriotic alliance to save Europe, we’ll fight together to stop the Soros plan” – Breitbart, Feb. 19th, 2019.

“Smiling for many a camera, including snaps with Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau and Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi, was none other than Jaspal Atwal, who in 1986 tried to murder Indian cabinet minister Malkiat Singh Sidhu.” – Mark Bonokoski, “Trudeau in India – from butter chicken to kirpan socks” – Toronto Sun, Feb. 22nd, 2018.

“Surely we need to be objective and dispassionate about our past – recognizing in a rational way both our errors as well as our accomplishments. Anything else is just self-indulgent moralizing and fanciful garbage.” – Australian historian Keith Windschuttle, quoted by Peter Shawn Taylor in “Guilt over Aboriginals can lead to teaching children untruths. It’s happening in Canada” – National Post, Feb. 20th, 2018.

“Reasonable and right-thinking Canadians fully informed of the offender’s particular circumstances and the nature of the sentencing function including the unique history of the Aboriginal peoples (would) conclude that such a sentence would outrage standards of decency…” – Justice Casey Hill, quoted by Peter Goffin (Cdn. Press) in “Judge strikes mandatory minimum sentence in drug case involving Indigenous woman” – National Post, Feb. 22nd, 2018.

“…the DOJ and FBI might want to turn their attention to the role Mexican nationals played in the 2016 election. They will not have to dig deep to find evidence… In the course of one sting, Democratic operative Scott Foval explained to Project Veritas’s ‘Steve Packard’ how he paid people to incite violence at Trump rallies. ‘What I call it is conflict engagement. Conflict engagement in the lines at Trump rallies,’ Foval told Steve. ‘We’re starting anarchy here’.” – Jack Cashill, “Mexican nationals meddled and colluded in the 2016 Election” – American Thinker, Feb. 18th, 2018.

“The Hungarian government submitted three bills to parliament on February 13, 2018 that would penalize and restrict groups working on asylum and migration issues, Human Rights Watch said today… The bills cast helping a person fleeing persecution to obtain asylum in Hungary as a threat to national security. They would force anyone working with, or advocating for the rights of, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers to undergo national security clearance and pay additional tax on any foreign funding.” – Human Rights Watch, “Hungary: Bills seek to block migrant support” – hrw.org, Feb. 17th, 2018.

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