Random Quotations – October 17th, 2019

Six items in total…

“I can’t vote again for the Trudeau Party, which bears no resemblance to the Liberal Party of John Turner and Jean Chretien and Paul Martin. I can’t vote for it because it isn’t a political party… It bears all the hallmarks of a cult. Slavish and unquestioning devotion to the leader. The willingness to punish and isolate critics and outsiders… The fundamental belief that they are everything – in Trudeau’s case, that the Liberal Party is Canada, and vice versa. If you are against them, you are literally against Canada. That’s what they think.” – Warren Kinsella, “Why I can’t vote Liberal on Oct. 21” – Toronto Sun, October 15th, 2019.

“I lost my f—ing temper and shot her in the face with my squirt gun filled with piss.” – Postmedia News, “Angry elder blasts ‘spying’ neighbour with water gun filled with pee” – Toronto Sun, October 10th, 2019.

“Hong Kong demonstrators and their backers are among those condemning the decision. They’ve called it the latest example of Western enterprises putting profits from China ahead of the pro-democracy cause, and applauded the artist – identified on the contest site simply as naomiso.” – Tom Blackwell, “It was really unfair: Toronto teen blasts Vans for removing her Hong Kong shoe design from contest” – National Post, October 15th, 2019.

“It is utterly outrageous if Extinction Rebellion is not paying its fair share of tax. These self-appointed, holier-than-thou guardians of the planet may think they are somehow above the law but they are not. What’s needed now is a root-and-branch investigation of how this organisation operates, starting with an immediate inquiry into its tax affairs. I shall be writing to HMRC tomorrow to demand nothing less.” – Conservative MP David Davies, quoted by Kurt Zindulka in “Extinction Rebellion members paid £400 per week to ‘shut down’ Britain” – Breitbart, October 13th, 2019.

“China wants to stealthily buy up our intellectual property, natural resources and corporations and land from under us all the while making us entirely submit to them on any point of disagreement. So far, they’re succeeding. Foreign students and those immigrants who are loyal to Beijing are literally taking to our streets to mock our way of life and praise the Chinese Communist Party and yet most media and politicians here don’t even bat an eyelash.” – Anthony Furey, “The land is strong for now – but Canada can’t withstand four more years of Justin Trudeau” – Toronto Sun, October 12th, 2019.

“Another problem with Chinese companies listing on U.S. exchanges is that in many instances, the stock being offered has no ownership in the company. It is against Chinese law for foreigners to own strategic assets in the country. So in the case of Alibaba and other companies, investors actually own a stake in a Cayman Islands company… So good luck if you want to sue a Chinese company. You will need to file suit against a company based in the Caymans, who has a contract with a company in China, where there is no rule of law close to what we accustomed (sic) to in the U.S… There is also the fact that many of the companies listed on U.S. exchanges are in part owned by the Chinese government.” – Terry Johnson, “Think twice before buying Chinese stocks” – American Thinker, October 13th, 2019.