Random Quotations – April 23rd, 2020

Five items in total…

“Irving’s books sold millions of copies, and he was well-to-do. But he fell foul of Zionists, oddly enough because he documented actual atrocities against Jews. The problem was the atrocities he found differed from the official holocaust story. He documented a holocaust of a sort, but it is a different one than the Zionists prefer.” – Paul Craig Roberts, “Churchill’s war: The real history of World War II” – Unz Review, April 19th, 2020.

“May the spirit of Nnamdi haunt them for the rest of their miserable lives” – Margaret Nwosu, quoted by Sam Pazzano in “Judge slams trio of gangsters as mom hopes spirit of innocent victim haunts them” – Toronto Sun, April 22nd, 2020.

“To be sure, Trump has good reason to hate the intelligence and national security community, which utterly rejected his candidacy and plotted to destroy both his campaign and, even after he was elected, his presidency. Whether one argues that what took place was due to a ‘Deep state’ or Establishment conspiracy or rather just based on personal ambition by key players, the reality was that a number of top officials seem to have forgotten the oaths they swore to the constitution when it came to Donald Trump.” – Philip Giraldi, “A government against the people” – Unz Review, April 21st, 2020.

“The meeting at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in November 2017 was supposed to include the 11 countries that would eventually agree to a resurrected trade deal after U.S. President Donald Trump pulled his country out of the agreement in early 2017… The new deal was informally called TPP-11, but Turnbull wrote that the other countries were so annoyed that they were ready to announce a TPP-10 agreement that excluded Canada.” – Stuart Thomson, “Worried about offending Trump, ‘flaky’ Trudeau ‘humiliated’ fellow leaders during TPP trade talks: Former Aussie PM” – National Post, April 21st, 2020.

“Global statistics reveal that hospitalized men are far more likely to die of COVID-19 than women. Are men more vulnerable because of lifestyle choices – elevated smoking and obesity rates, say – or for biological reasons yet to be discovered? The jury is still out… Apart from being used as leverage for dark humour by misandrists, this disparity hasn’t attracted significant public interest, let alone deep concern. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control in the U.S. is not even yet tracking sex differences in infection or fatality rates… if the numbers were reversed – more women dying than men – the CDC would likely be all over it, with an emerging line of inquiry exploring the theory that a male-dominated medical system may be riddled with implicit bias against female patients.” – Barbara Kay, “The coronavirus crisis reveals the hypocrisy of the ‘diversity’ squad” – The Post Millennial, April 21st, 2020.