Sunday, August 24, 2008

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
"The gospel of Christ is a blessed relief from that sinful state of affairs commonly known as hundred per-cent Americanism. And fortunately some of us were able to learn of the gospel in a freer, more spiritual time, before the state had begun to lay its grip upon the education of the young."
J. Gresham Machen

"If one thinks of himself as an "American" or a "Peruvian" only in the sense of being a resident of a given territory, there is little threat of organized conflict. It is when we identify who we are by reference to nationality – or race, religion, gender, or social status – that problems arise. We have been carefully trained – primarily by government schools – to attach existential significance to our nation-state."
Butler Shaffer
From the Darkness:
"I want to inspire a generation of Americans to serve a cause greater than its self interest."
John McCain, National Socialist candidate for president

"Russia is a state that is unfortunately using the one tool that it has always used whenever it wishes to deliver a message and that's its military power. That's not the way to deal in the 21st century."
Condoleezza Rice. Silver medal winner for hypocrisy

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