Random Quotations – September 17th, 2020

Six items in total…

“This is probably the first presidential election in US history where the choice will be not between two political programs or two political personalities, but the stark and binary choice between law and order and total chaos… It is now clear that the Dems are supporting the rioting mobs and that they see these mobs as the way to beat Trump… It is also becoming obvious that this is not a white vs. black issue: almost all the footage from the rioting mobs shows a large percentage of whites, sometimes even a majority of whites, especially amongst the most aggressive and violent rioters…” – The Saker, “Reconsidering the presidential election” – Unz Review, September 14th, 2020.

“The only man actually arrested for the two murders when police came knocking was Jabril Abdalla, 27. He was arrested Sept. 19, 2018 at his Hamilton home and charged with two counts of first-degree murder and attempted murder… Since then, Abdalla was released on bail in April and, this month, committed to stand trial. His trial date has not been set.” – Adrian Humphreys, “Fugitive suspected triggerman in two Ontario mob murders is found dead in Mexico” – National Post, September 16th, 2020.

“That’s around the time I left the campaign. I can’t be a party to this sick game anymore. I never really liked Joe Biden, but he deserves better than to be thrust into the public eye when he should be in memory care. His wife should put a stop to this, but she’s way too excited about being ‘First Lady’ to care about her ailing husband.” – A former Biden campaign staffer, quoted by Thomas Lifson in “Startling anonymous post from a claimed Biden ex-staffer lays out the alleged depths of his dementia” – American Thinker, September 13th, 2020.

“Donald Trump and the GOP agree with Joe Biden and the Democrats about the importance of upholding consensus antiracism. As dissidents, we are often told that we have ‘no place’ in the Republican Party and ‘no place’ in America. This means that neither party will represent our views. We are not welcome in either political coalition. We can vote for the Republican Party and donate money to it. In exchange for our support, it offers to politically marginalize us and stigmatize us as evil and drive us underground in our own country while pursuing its own agenda.” – Hunter Wallace, “Why I am not voting in 2020” – Occidental Dissent, September 14th, 2020 (via American Renaissance).

“For many years I had predicted to my friends that the increasingly bizarre and incompetent behavior of America’s ruling elites might soon result in a major ‘negative discontinuity’ for our unfortunate country, the sort of massive event that future authors would use to divide one section of a thick history textbook from the next… The notion of an uncontrolled disease epidemic never crossed my mind, but our Covid-19 outbreak – together with the totally incompetent governmental response and the resulting social and economic disaster – seems to fit the bill quite nicely…”
“Chinese anti-carrier ballistic missiles have been developed to prevent an American blockade of their vital offshore waters, and many analysts doubt we have any effective defense. The loss of a carrier would mean thousands of American deaths and the possible collapse of our perceived control of the world’s sea lanes, perhaps ending the dollar’s long reign as the world’s reserve currency and thereby massively impoverishing our citizenry. A frantic American government might react by escalating to nuclear weapons, with horrific and unforeseeable consequences.” – Roy Unz, “31,000 words missing from The Atlantic and The New York Times Sunday magazine – plus addendum” – Unz Review, September 9th, 2020.