Random Quotations – February 7th, 2021

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“People in general don’t behave in accordance with moral principles. When they occasionally do, it’s because people are watching and expect them to, and there’s usually a punishment in wait for them if they don’t. But mostly principles aren’t much of an influence on human action… What does have the influence is the human desire for status, approval, sexual opportunities, sociopolitical power, and material gain… A threat to the paycheck will make most people pretend to believe every lie they ever heard.” – Kevin Alfred Strom, “Why do people do what they do?” – National Vanguard, February 4th, 2021.

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February 3, 1959: The Day The Music Died

“Killed in an airplane crash that night were rock and roll icons Buddy Holly, 22, of Lubbock, Tex.; Ritchie Valens, 17, of Los Angeles; J.P. (Big Bopper) Richardson, 24, of Beaumont, Tex., also killed was the pilot, Roger Peterson, 21, of Clear Lake, Iowa. Three of Rock and Roll’s most famous and promising performers were gone. The three were together on a concert tour.”

That was a very bad day, I remember it well.

Jeff Goodall.

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Random Quotations – Israel – February 2nd, 2021

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“Pollard is the most damaging spy in American history, having stolen the keys to accessing U.S. communications and information gathering systems. He was an unlikely candidate to become a U.S. Navy intelligence analyst, and one review board determined that he had been hired in the first place under pressure from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). A month after Pollard’s arrest in 1985, C.I.A director William Casey stated: “The Israelis used Pollard to obtain our war plans against the USSR – all of it: the co-ordinates, the firing locations, the sequences, and Israel sold that information to Moscow for more exit visas for Soviet Jews.” – Philip Giraldi, “A New Year’s wish” – Unz Review, January 5th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – January 28th, 2021

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“All they had to do was produce a cheap simulation of ‘Trump going full-Hitler.’ It didn’t even have to be convincing. They just needed a semi-dramatic event to plug into the official narrative, something they could call ‘an attempted coup,’ ‘an insurrection,’ ‘an attack,’ and so on, and which millions of credulous liberals could hysterically shriek about on the Internet… The ‘storming of the capitol’ did the trick.” – C.J. Hopkins, “That’s all folks!” – Unz Review, January 24th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Racial Issues – January 25th

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“Although there are honor cultures around the world, blacks have a unique ability to cater to the lowest common denominator. Blacks celebrate films that paint them as gangsters or lowlifes. Ironically, they embrace negativity and then complain that they are owed respect. Blacks reside in a dream world. To earn respect, blacks must learn to respect themselves. It is illogical for blacks to demand respect from whites when they revere Hip Hop stars who are contemptuous of women and black wellbeing. How can people who celebrate filth expect to be treated with dignity?” – Lipton Matthews, “A Black man on why he rejects Black culture” – American Renaissance, January 24th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Education – January 16th, 2021

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“The RI Meyerholz Elementary School was found to be teaching critical race and gender theory to elementary school students as young as third grade in Cupertino, Calif. Teaching materials… show that the kids were told in no uncertain terms about their privilege, the oppressive structure of society, and their place as oppressors… Christopher Rufo, who obtained some of the curriculum for the third graders, said that the ‘elementary school forces third-graders to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities, then rank themselves according to their power and privilege’.” – Libby Emmons, “Exposed: Racist indoctrination of third graders at a California school” – Post Millennial, January 14th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Anti-White – January 13th, 2021

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“The hysteria on the part of some Jewish groups to identify with the grievances of black Americans is quite amazing to behold. It now includes memorials to the martyred Floyd George of Minneapolis, whose death triggered last spring and summer’s rioting, in so-called holocaust remembrance sites. The first such George Floyd exhibit has opened within the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center in Orlando, Florida.” – Philip Giraldi, “Liberal except for Palestine” – Unz Review, December 15th, 2020.

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Random Quotations – January 12th, 2021

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“The advisory highlights the persistent risk of Chinese government-sponsored data theft because of newly enacted Chinese laws – specifically, the National Intelligence Law of 2017, Data Security Law of 2020, and Cryptology Law of 2020. These laws compel Chinese businesses and citizens – including through academic institutions, research service providers, and investors – to support and facilitate China’s government access to the collection, transmission and storage of data.” – Bradley A. Thayer, “For Chinese firms, theft of your data is now a legal requirement” – The Hill, January 7th, 2021.

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Random Quotations – Free Speech – January 11th, 2021

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“Prof. Ellis closes his essay on political correctness by noting that it has become common to decry Communist excesses, but no one dares hint at today’s ugly parallels… In another essay, Prof. Ellis analyzes those parallels from a different perspective. He notes that the old left wanted to seize the means of production but the current left has seized the means of expression. The resulting assault on free speech is one of the most serious threats we face.” – Jared Taylor, “In the gulag of the mind” – American Renaissance, September 2006.

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