Random Quotations – April 4th, 2019

Six items in total…

“So who is to blame for the dead of Christchurch? The man who pulled the trigger of course. But apart from him? The media know exactly whom to blame – the ‘extreme Right’ of course; ‘neo-Nazi thugs’ and White Supremacists involved in some world wide conspiracy of ‘hate’. The conspiracy of white supremacist hate extends a surprisingly long way – Sky News reports managed to drag in mentions of Tommy Robinson and even Nigel Farage, of UKIP and the Democrats and Veterans Party, complete with film of beer-bellied blokes swathed in the Union Jack at a meeting addressed by Gerald Batten.” – Frederick Dixon, “Evil begets evil” – Western Spring, March 16th, 2019.

“(Dr Benjamin) Goldstein murdered people in their own historic lands, in order to steal it and take for his own tribe… Tarrant, conversely, murdered people that are invading his own historic lands. Tarrant is like a Palestinian killing Jewish supremacist settlers inside a synagogue built on Palestinians land… There is no justification for such a thing, obviously, but we should keep the metrics in mind… Goldstein was the aggressor, murdering people in order to steal their lands… Tarrant is the defender, murdering people in order to defend his lands.” – Israel Shamir, “Christchurch revisited” – The Unz Review, March 20th, 2019.

“Remember that the report, however redacted, will be a one-sided document, based on uncrossexamined witnesses selected by prosecutors. No witnesses favorable to the subjects of the investigation will have testified before the grand jury. An investigation by a special counsel is not a search for objective truth. It is a search for incriminating evidence sufficient to charge.” – Alan M. Dershowitz, “The Mueller waiting game” – The Gatestone Institute, April 4th, 2019.

“What is being exposed is the biggest political scandal in the history of the United States: the effort by highly placed – exactly how highly placed we still do not know – members of one administration to mobilize the intelligence services and police power of the state to spy upon and destroy first the candidacy and then, when that didn’t work, the administration of a political rival.” – Roger Kimball, publisher of The New Criterion and Encounter Books, quoted by Rick Moran in “Kimball: The vast attempt to undo the 2016 election has failed” – American Thinker, March 24th, 2019.

“The police intentionally obtained information from hospital staff in breach of medical confidentiality and relied on that information to obtain a warrant that otherwise could not have been issued… To admit the evidence in this case would permit the police to obtain evidence illegally and then, as observed by the trial judge, attempt to justify this action by getting a warrant. Public confidence in the administration of justice is best served in this case through the exclusion of evidence obtained in violation of the Charter.” – Ontario court ruling quoted by Jeff Mitchell in “Appeal Court rules police breached rights of woman charged in fatal Oshawa crash” – durhamregion.com, April 4th, 2019.

“The Netherlands’ newest party has surged from no seats in the senate to 12 in its first regional elections, which determine the senate’s composition, and where it pocketed the largest number of votes… Prime Minister Mark Rutte’ conservative VVD party lost one seat in the senate, which reviews legislation passed in the more powerful parliament, and now also has 12 seats. The Forum has two parliament seats… ‘The voters in the Netherlands have spread their wings and shown their true power,” Mr Baudet said last night, “We have been called to the front because we have to. Because the country needs us’.” – The Telegraph, quoted by Bare Naked Islam, in “Finally! Anti-Muslim migration, Euroskeptic Dutch party wins big in local elections in the Netherlands” – March 23rd, 2019.

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