Random Quotations – July 22nd, 2018

Seven items in total…

“A career criminal who raped a mentally-challenged woman on Christmas Day 2012 in her Etobicoke home is wanted by police after he went AWOL for the third time Friday for a sentencing hearing… He was granted bail, despite his 30-year record, because he hadn’t had a conviction since 1999… Pine (is) a member of the Serpent River First Nation near Blind River… After being granted his freedom in 2015, Pine showed up for court dates until Nakatsuru found him guilty in March… Then, Pine skipped three consecutive sentencing hearings, so the judge issued a warrant for his arrest.” – (Emphasis added) – Sam Pazzano, “Career con on the lam after being convicted of raping mentally-challenged woman” – Toronto Sun, July 21st, 2018.

“We cannot afford to dither or delay. To overcome these challenges, we must challenge the status quo, reject the old compromises and embrace change… You should not be forced to pay more and work harder to make life easier for your government. Instead, your government should be working harder, smarter, and more efficiently to make life better for you… Your new government believes that no dollar is better spent than the dollar that is left in the pockets of the taxpayer.” – Throne Speech, quoted by R. Benzie & R. Ferguson in “Ford uses throne speech to signal dramatic changes that loom for Ontario” – Toronto Star, July 12th, 2018.

“Government is where good ideas go to die.” – John Snobelen, former Ontario cabinet minister, in “Finding government efficiencies one good idea at a time” – Toronto Sun, July 13th, 2018.

“The survey shows that 57 percent of respondents think the control of whole areas has been surrendered by officers to criminals who have lost the fear of being brought to justice… However, according to the police, other crimes, including so-called ‘hate crime’ and serious crimes such as homicides and sexual assaults, must always be investigated… London alone boasts over 900 police officers ‘dedicated to investigating hate crime’ while overall police numbers fell by just one percent over a year, figures from January showed.” – Liam Deacon, “Most Brits say police have lost control, blame political correctness” – Breitbart, July 16th, 2018.

“You can count on your government to respect the men and women of Ontario’s police services by freeing them from onerous restrictions that treat those in uniform as subjects of suspicion and scorn… And ensuring they have the tools, support, and resources they need to enforce the law and protect innocent families from the menace of drug, gun, and gang-related violence.” – Throne Speech, quoted by R. Benzie & R. Ferguson in “Ford uses throne speech to signal dramatic changes that loom for Ontario” – Toronto Star, July 12th, 2018.

“To understand the left, you have to understand human nature. The strategy of the left is to capitalize on unhappiness. Many, if not most people, are unhappy about something in their lives, and anything you do to better their situation will only result in something else about which they will be unhappy. You can see this in the unremitting criticism of the president, ostensibly predicated on an imaginary collusion with Russia and in the anti-gentrification movements spreading through our urban areas. In both cases, Democrats fan the flames of discontent.” – Clarice Feldman, “To Democrats, the world is Altgeld Gardens” – American Thinker, July 22nd, 2018.

“The chronicle of White slavery in America comprises the dustiest shelf in the darkest corner of suppressed American history. Should the truth about that epoch ever emerge into the public consciousness of Americans, the whole basis for the swindle of ‘Affirmative action,’ ‘minority set-asides’ and proposed ‘Reparations to African-Americans’ will be swept away. The fact is, the White working people of this country owe no one. They are themselves the descendants, as Congressman Wilmot so aptly said, of ‘the sons of toil’.” – Michael Hoffman, “Whites in servitude in early America and industrial Britain” – The Unz Review, July 18th, 2018. (The notion of White slavery seems strange, and will be rejected by many. It is in fact a substantial part of White history. You can read Hoffman’s report here.)