Saturday, June 3, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"I form my friendships based upon neither diversity nor a lack of diversity, although there’s a natural, genetically based tendency to associate with people like yourself. I form my friendships based upon the character and the beliefs that a person has. The attributes that create diversity are stupid accidentals. The fact that diversity is emphasized draws attention to incidentals like race, sex, and gender, and diverts it from important things like character and beliefs. Diversity has become destructive. Cultural Marxists love 'diversity' because, in fact, they actually hate people. And themselves. They want to cause conflicts that work to destroy Western Civilization—which they also hate."
Doug Casey

"We’re not supposed to have one-size-fits-all democracy, [governance, morality, values, or anything] other than a common national defense to keep us safe and a common trade policy between the states! Everything else is supposed to be done at the state level. If California wants gay marriage and abortion and Georgia doesn’t, God bless ‘em, let ‘em have it! We’ll breed ‘em out of existence! But let ‘em have it until they all die off! If Vermont wants a single payer healthcare plan and Texas doesn’t, well God bless ‘em, they should be able to do it!"
Erick Erickson

"The government and its controlled media use conventional accounting terms such as 'spending' and 'debt' because these words hide the money fraud. 'Spending' and 'debt' are meaningless when money is created in infinite amounts.
But the words are important to the system because they imply that government finance is legitimate accounting. Even though these words are used negatively, they still have the same effect on the public mind. It works!"
Bob Livingston

"The state … in order to expand domestic markets, facilitate common defence, and so on, encourages the weakening of local communities in favour of the national community. In doing so, it relieves individuals of the necessity to cooperate voluntarily amongst themselves on a local basis, making them more dependent upon the state. The result is that altruism and cooperative behaviour gradually decay. The state is thereby strengthened and made more effective in its work of weakening the local community."
Michael Taylor

"There may be no greater and more honest symbol of government than mountains of human bones and skulls. It should adorn every flag. The one freedom the state always grants is your decision to be maimed or killed for them. They’ll never limit that option."
Bill Buppert

"The most perfect freedom consists in obeying the dictates of right reason, and submitting to natural law. When a man goes beyond or contrary to the law of nature and reason, he becomes the slave of base passions and vile lusts; he introduces confusion and disorder into society, and brings misery and destruction upon himself. This, therefore, cannot be called a state of freedom, but a state of the vilest slavery and the most dreadful bondage. The servants of sin and corruption are subjected to the worst kind of tyranny in the universe. Hence we conclude that where licentiousness begins, liberty ends."
Samuel West

"When Western governments are protected by air defense corridors enforced by fighter aircraft and surface-to-air missile batteries, they can afford to meddle. When Western governments are protected by thousands of heavily-armed troops, tanks, and armored personnel carriers they can hustle up in the snap of a finger, they can afford to meddle. When they have bunkers that can withstand a hit from a thermonuclear weapon, they are more than safe. Therefore, the terrorists will attack the targets they can hit: The unprotected, unwary public who don’t have the threat assessments telling them not to go to thus-and-so place today like the politicians do."
Jack Perry

"Yes, friends, this is what a college education has come to in America: Indoctrination training for the wave of mindless left-wing zombies who somehow plan to overthrow the country, take back the White House, eliminate all White people with ethnic cleansing, and then finally embrace their utopian society of secret police and totalitarian authority where everyone is disarmed except for the government thugs who enforce 'tolerance' at gunpoint. (Astonishingly, Leftists don’t even see any irony in that description…)"
Mike Adams

"The answer to oppression, injustice and tyranny is the same today as it was 50 years ago: if you want freedom, you have to begin by freeing your mind. That will mean rejecting violence, politics and anything that divides."
John Whitehead

"Certainly, the climate is changing. It does that. One of the great idiocies of our age is that the public, a large percentage of it, has come to believe it is unnatural for the climate to change. And that any change they find disquieting or unpleasant – such as a particularly hot summer or a hard winter – is unnatural and more than that, caused by man and his infernal machines."
Eric Peters

"You gotta remember, establishment, it’s just a name for evil. The monster doesn’t care whether it kills all the students or whether there’s a revolution. It’s not thinking logically, it’s out of control. When it gets down to having to use violence, then you are playing the system’s game. The establishment will irritate you – pull your beard, flick your face – to make you fight. Because once they’ve got you violent, then they know how to handle you. The only thing they don’t know how to handle is non-violence and humor."
John Lennon

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