Random Quotations – June 26th, 2018

Nine items in total…

“Our skin color comes from within us. It is not sprayed on. It is not an afterthought. It is not a trifle. And, coming from within us means it is an integral and essential part of the total blueprint that makes us who and what we are. It is like our bone structure differences, our muscle differences, our hair and eye color differences, our nose and lip differences, our brain differences and all the rest of the many, many differences that make the races different from each other. If we are no longer White on the outside, we are also no longer White on the inside.” – H. Millard, “Stay White in all ways” – Western Spring, June 4th, 2018.

“I want this show to be challenging and I want it to be honest… I never intended it to hurt anyone, except Ted Cruz. Many men were also offended by my use of the word… I do not care about that. I hate that this distracted from more important issues.” – Samantha Bee, quoted by Ben Kew in “Advertisers ditch Samantha Bee’s ‘Full Frontal’ for second straight week” – Breitbart, June 14th, 2018.

“If you Google search ‘Ontario credit downgrade’ as of today, one of the first results is a Huffington Post article with the headline: ‘Ontario’s credit outlook downgraded to ‘negative’ as Doug Ford takes the reins’. The article was published last Friday… The problem?.. The downgrade happened way before Doug Ford was elected.” – Yanky Pollak, “Huffington Post publishes fake news on Doug Ford” – The Post Millenial, June 21st, 2018.

“(Trump supporters should) be rounded up and placed in camps away from public view… Their kids should be taken away from them for child abuse… Every Trump supporter is a racist piece of s_ . You can f_ yourself, too, you racist Trump supporter” – Mark Elyas, chair of the Vancouver East riding association, quoted by Brian Lilley in “Liberal official has social media meltdown over Trump” – Toronto Sun, June 21st, 2018.

“The Council’s definition expands the traditional board definition of industry experience, management experience, functional area of expertise, education, geography and age to also include such considerations as ethnicity, gender and aboriginal status.” – The Canadian Board Diversity Council, quoted by Jeff Wilkinson in “Liberals dictate their policy on federally-funded projects” – The Post Millennial, June 24th, 2018.

“…victimology, separatism, and anti-intellectualism underlie the general black community’s response to all race-related issues… these three thought patterns impede black advancement much more than racism; and dysfunctional inner cities, corporate glass ceilings, and black educational underachievement will persist until such thinking disappears.” – Dr. John McWhorter of Columbia University, quoted by Walter E. Williams in “Blind to real problems” – Toronto Sun, June 18th, 2018. (You can read this excellent article here).

“Men and women display, in the statistical generality, different inclinations and preferences. The human races, again in the statistical generality, profile differently on intelligence, personality, and characteristic behaviors… None of this is astounding or outrageous; it’s just basic biology… Yet these truths are unmentionable. Even sensible, well-informed commentators – people as biased as you can be while holding a job writing for Main Stream Media publications – steer clear of them.” – John Derbyshire, “We should be talking about meritocracy’s problems, but New York’s de Blasio just wants to destroy the whole thing” – Unz Review, June 17th, 2018.

“We did get a bunch of activists elected… but we can’t just rely on those elected. We have to rely on each other… (we should) take all the resources that we have… and start training for a fight. If it takes storming that building (Queen’s Park) over the next four years, we have to be willing to do that.” BLM-TO co-founder Sandra Hudson, quoted by Peter Biesterfeld in “Fight for $15 and fairness rally sends message to Doug Ford: We are the people” – NOW Magazine, June 19th, 2018.

“If Canadian cities, towns and villages want federal funding to improve roads, bridges, water or transit systems, they are going to have to play by the federal Liberal government’s new rules… Those new rules will require Indigenous Peoples, veterans and recent immigrants to have a hand in those projects… Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi said cities and provinces will early on in a project, have to consider the opportunities for training, employment and contracts aimed at groups that have a more difficult time in the economy… Sohi made the announcement in Toronto alongside the MP who first brought the idea to him, two years ago – Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen…Sohi was born in India. Hussen was born in Somalia.” (emphasis added) – Jeff Wilkinson, “Liberals dictate their policy on federally-funded projects” – The Post Millennial, June 24th, 2018.

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