Random Quotations – Racial Issues – July 13th, 2020

Six items in total…

“Africans were, and still are, mostly the takers and Whites were mostly the givers, regardless of which country we’re speaking of and regardless of which is the race of the colonizers. After all, in which direction does foreign aid always flow? In which direction does mass immigration go?… Who the givers are, and who the takers are, turns on race. It does not turn on geography or on the ambient politics of colonization. The race that is the more capable supplies the benefits, and the race that is less capable takes the benefits. The race that knows more teaches the race that knows less, at least to the extent that the latter is able and willing to learn.” – David Sims, “Some are givers and some are takers” – National Vanguard, June 29th, 2020.

“I want to invite you all to ensure you start talking to members of the community, to tell them what happened today… Today our courts failed Black people. It failed Black people, it failed racialized people and let me tell you something, we will not stand for injustice.” – Walied Khogali, quoted by Reka Szekely in “Courthouse crowd disappointed with verdict in Dafonte Miller case” – durhamregion.com. June 26th, 2020.

“The only lives that matter are their own and the only power they seek is their own… They are wolves in wolves clothing, masked thieves and bandits, seeking only to devour the life of the poor and profit from the fear of others. They are maggots and parasites at best, feeding off the isolation of addiction and broken families, and offering to replace any current frustration and anxiety with more misery and greater resentment.” – Rev. Theodore Rothrock, quoted by CityNews in “Catholic priest suspended for comparing BLM to maggots” – July 1st, 2020.

“This 4th of July (and in the ensuing years to come), let’s honor the Founding Fathers by restoring the America they built and intended to keep: a happy, wholesome, cohesive, high-trust, prosperous White society. The United States was 90 percent white in 1960, as homogeneous as China. It is only because the 1965 Hart-Celler Act began a deliberate immigration wave that will cause the U.S. to be less than 50 percent White by 2050… The American people never consented to that.” – Frank Roman, “What U.S. presidents thought about race” – Western Voices World News, July 4th, 2020.

“There are currently an estimated 9.2 million black slaves in Africa. Slavery, according to the index, includes forced labor, forced sexual exploitation and forced marriage (Global Slavery Index, 2018)… One Malian slave, Raichatou, told the Guardian in 2013 that she became a slave at the age of seven when her mother, also a slave, died. ‘My father could only watch on helplessly as my mother’s master came to claim me and my brothers,’ she said. She worked as a servant for the family without pay for nearly 20 years, and was forced into a marriage with another slave whom she didn’t know, so that she could supply her master with more slaves.” – Judith Bergman, “Modern slavery and woke hypocrisy” – Gatestone Institute, June 27th, 2020.

“…a high percentage of St. Louis blacks are monolingual. They can only speak black. I’ve always found monolingual blacks puzzling. You would think that they would at least be able to pick some stuff up off TV… Now, there were a few black kids who seemed to understand what was up. They understood that they were given a special opportunity to learn at a good school with no crack dealers where they didn’t have to worry about getting shot, an opportunity that their parents never had… The idea that anyone could become racist through personal experience and observation is completely inconceivable to liberals. Well, conceive it, baby. I can tell you that it is entirely possible.” – Travis LeBlanc, “The making of an American trav” – Unz Review, July 7th, 2020.