Random Quotations – November 9th, 2019

Six items in total…

“The elections results were obviously disappointing for the People’s Party. The breakthrough we hoped for did not materialize and our leader lost his seat in Beauce… It’s extremely difficult to launch a new party in a first-past-the-post electoral system like Canada’s without a strong regional base. Our support was scattered all across the country, and too many voters who agreed with our principles and our platform decided in the end to vote strategically for another party in order to defeat Justin Trudeau… This being said, almost 300,000 Canadians supported a People’s Party candidate.” – People’s Party of Canada email newsletter, November 7th, 2019.

“There are unexplored caverns of depravity where the scales become more balanced and women find themselves successful criminals: sex crimes and human-trafficking. Despite this, researchers barely study this phenomenon, therefore media and society still portray women as the victims and men as the perpetrators, virtually always.” – Taylor Day, “Female offenders: Perpetrators, predators, and pedophiles” – American Thinker, November 4th, 2019.

“The departure of the U.K. from the European Union will be like the secession of California from the United States, or British Columbia from Canada, a very serious blow. And the return of the U.K. to close co-operation with the United States and Canada would enable three of the G7 countries to join forces, with a combined GDP of more than twice China’s – substantially greater than the continuing EU and with a better economic growth rate.” – Conrad Black, “The U.K.’s ‘Boris Machiavelli’ can expect a big win” – National Post, November 8th, 2019.

“China, with control of 5G, will be in a position to remotely manipulate the world’s devices. In peacetime, Beijing could have the ability to drive cars off cliffs, unlock front doors, and turn off pacemakers. In war, Beijing could paralyze critical infrastructure… There is no mystery to how Beijing thinks it will grab control…. The Chinese will use Huawei Technologies…. Huawei is a dagger aimed at the heart of America… the threat is a mortal one.” – Gordon G. Chang, “Do not support China’s Huawei, cripple it instead” – Gatestone Institute, November 7th, 2019.

“Scientists, with few exceptions, are subject matter experts in specific fields – their expertise isn’t inherently relevant and extensible across varying fields of science. For example, a physicist won’t teach a graduate-level course in Biology; a podiatrist won’t perform open heart surgery and a botanist has minimal insight on quantum computing. How many of these 11,000 scientists possess germane degrees in meteorology, climatology or atmospheric science? …this list contains plenty of ‘experts’ who have zero credibility on the topic of climate change, coming from fields such as: infectious diseases, paleontology, ecology, zoology, epidemiology and nutrition, insect ecology, anthropology, computer science, ob-gyn and linguistics.” – Casey Plunkett, “Who are these 11,000 concerned scientists?” – American Thinker, November 8th, 2019.

“An Ottawa judge has allowed two pimps to receive no prison time after being caught preparing minors for the sex-trade, arguing it would be ‘cruel and unusual punishment’ to put the pimps in prison because they had yet to exploit the minors fully… Amina Ahmed, 33, and Nadia Ngoto, 36, both from Ottawa, were allowed to leave with just the time spent waiting for a trial… The two (victim) girls were then brought to a separate location, told to dress up, and made to pose for a sex exchange website. The girls then were taken to a room full of men, who began to touch them sexually. When the girls failed to act in the way the men wanted, they were told to ‘behave’ and not to ‘piss us off’.” – Ali Taghva, “Ontario pimps spared prison, judge strikes down mandatory minimum sentence for trafficking minors” – The Post Millennial, November 2nd, 2019.