Sunday, February 26, 2012

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“The State is not society, but the Collectivist looks to the State as the source of social justice. Social justice can only be found in one place, and that place is within society. The State does not know what justice is, because it is founded in injustice; it is founded in immorality and deceit. Putting power into the hands of a few, and excluding them from the morality pool will never deliver justice; it has never delivered justice. It is irrational to expect moral ends from immoral means. This is the reason for the continuous failure of the State, and it will continue until this truth is realized. Sadly, the Collectivists that believe this strongly in the State will not stop until they are shot in the head with bullets they paid for by guns that they advocated for.”
Chris Dates

“Seriously perverted and otherwise motivated elements feel they need to control and steer and harvest the energies of everyone else. Natural law and order are anathema to them. They’ve decided for some insane, occult reason, that humanity is diseased with its own ‘naturalness’ and needs to be corralled, cleansed, modified and even ‘maintained’ at certain population levels. Their self-styled, cold so-called intellectual prowess dictates a world with the ‘illuminated’ man taking the earth-bound masses into a utopia designed by these self-appointed elites, for these same elites, and with them in absolute power over a populace enthralled with its very enslavement.”
Zen Gardner

“Society is not waiting for the politicians. When you listen to what they say, when you watch what the bureaucrats do, when you look at what the agencies are regulating, you suddenly realize that the political monstrosities that burden the world are hopelessly out of touch with the kind of progress that people are experiencing in their daily lives now.”
Jeffrey Tucker

“Perhaps future historians will conclude that democracy once served the interests of money in order to break free of the power of kings, aristocracy, and government predations, but as money established control over governments, democracy became a liability. Historians will speak of the transition from the divine right of kings to the divine right of money.”
Paul Craig Roberts

“Democracy, which I consider to be the first step or beginning of socialism, thrives on propaganda, and uses this propaganda to indoctrinate the people. Once this indoctrination is complete, totalitarianism is the end result, and then propaganda is replaced by the razor’s edge of the state’s sword. This is our lot today.”
Gary D. Barnett

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”
Albert Einstein

“The defining characteristic of The United States (singular, post 1865) both externally and internally, is that it never leaves anyone be. It is not enough to leave others alone, to live one’s life in peace. Individually or internationally. One must conform, submit – and obey.
To the Master Culture.”
Eric Peters

“Beneath the governmental machinery, in the shadow of political institutions, out of the sight of statesmen and priests, society is producing its own organism, slowly and silently; and constructing a new order, the expression of its vitality and autonomy, and the denial of the old politics, as well as of the old religion.”
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

“By allowing some the ability to commit violence without consequence for the sake of ‘solving problems,’ we are simply setting a standard that problems actually can be solved with violence. On the other hand, if we hold everyone to the same standard of non-violence and handle disputes on a case by case basis, we will actually be encouraging peaceful interactions. Without the nebulous justifications of the state to fall back on, everyone would be forced to rely on their own conscience to make decisions and they would actually be held personally responsible for their actions.”
J. G. Vibes

“Economics is very different in the hands of the Austrian tradition. It is something with powerful explanatory power that deals with the rise and fall of whole civilizations. It deals with gigantic issues and the smallest possible personal issues. It provides a window for looking at the world with intelligence and realism. And though science itself is value free, its practitioners never are. They bring the values of peace, prosperity, and freedom to the mix, and provide us with a beautiful vision of life itself.”
Lew Rockwell

“When people talk about the importance of democracy, it is never democracy as it has ever actually functioned, with the politicians that have actually been elected, and the policies that have actually been implemented. It is always democracy as people imagine it will operate once they succeed in electing ‘the right people’ – by which they mean, people who agree almost completely with their own views, and who are consistent and incorruptible in their implementation of the resulting policies. This is what allows an intelligent group of people to espouse mob rule as a desirable principle, even as they simultaneously commit acts that brand them as criminals worthy of imprisonment under the very social system they maintain.”
Ben O’Neill

“In making all of its wars, military and social, the American leadership regards people as mere names and numbers, mere parts of a social puzzle that can be moved around and manipulated at their will. This is a wrong idea in practice and it is a wrong idea morally. It is at root immoral, since it is anti-person and anti-humanity. America’s leaders do not see their wars in that way.”
Michael S. Rozeff
From the Darkness:
“I believe there are ways to get weapons to the [Syrian] opposition without direct United States involvement. The Iranians and the Russians are providing Bashar Assad with weapons. People that are being massacred deserve to have the ability to defend themselves.”
So I am not only not opposed, but I am in favor of weapons being obtained by the opposition.”
John McCain, looking to kill again in your name

“In a country increasingly separated by cultural chasms—Christian conservatives vs. secular humanists; Tea Partiers vs. Occupiers—should we really encourage children to trust only their parents or those hand-selected by them, and to mistrust civic life and public institutions?”
Dana Goldstein, arguing against home schooling. [Answer: Yes! Yes! Yes!]

"Low-income kids earn higher test scores when they attend school alongside middle-class kids, while the test scores of privileged children are impervious to the influence of less-privileged peers. So when college-educated parents pull their kids out of public schools, whether for private school or homeschooling, they make it harder for less-advantaged children to thrive."
Dana Goldstein, encouraging you to keep you kids in government “schools” for the good of the collective

"They're watering down the term of what a true hero is these days. I thought it was offensive to every family's fallen solider out there, and it cheapens the meaning of lowering the flag."
John Burri, father of a U.S. military murderer, objecting to New Jersey's flying the state flag at half-mast in honor of the late Whitney Houston [Mr. Burri, I don’t think the “meaning” of your rag can be cheapened any more after decades of suffering state thugs like your son.]

"We stand today at the symbolic crossroads of our nation's history, and all around us are monuments to those who have sustained us over the years in word or deed, the towering presence of the great emancipator [Lincoln] who secured our union at the moment of its most perilous time."
Sarah Palin, celebrating Lincoln’s terrorism in a “President’s Day” message

“Ronald Reagan was courageous enough to go out and speak out about the forces of evil, not just around the world but, by the way, in this country. … Why? Because America stands for something. We stand for goodness, we stand for freedom, we stand for human rights, we stand for the dignity of every human person. That is who we are.”
Rick Santorum, candidate for US Dictator [Tell that to the millions around the world that you’ve murdered and to your own people who you have abused and murdered.]

“The Police Department goes where there are allegations, and they look to see whether those allegations are true. That’s what you would expect them to do. That’s what you would want them to.”
New York City mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, defendeding the New York Police Department’s monitoring of the Web sites of Muslim student groups at more than a dozen universities across the Northeast, framing the effort as one way to guard against the threat of terrorism.

"There will be increasingly capable opposition forces. They will from somewhere, somehow, find the means to defend themselves as well as begin offensive measures."
Queen Hillary, preparing us for involvement in still another civil war

"The pressure will build on countries like Russia and China because world opinion is not going to stand idly by. Arab opinion is not going to be satisfied watching two nations, one for commercial reasons one for commercial and ideological reasons, bolstering a [Syrian] regime that is defying every rule of modern international norms."
Queen Hillary [Of course, Queeny, the nation state/criminal syndicate you represent would never consider committing such heinous behavior.]

“But if I were a betting person for the medium term and certainly the long term, I would be betting against Assad."
Queen Hillary [Her Majesty has spoken. Assad is a dead man. Remember, Her Highness make the exact same prediction about Gaddif.]

"It's important that we not be bystanders during these extraordinary events. We are going to continue to keep the pressure up and look for every tool available to prevent the slaughter of innocents in Syria."
B. Obama, looking to get in on the “slaughter” fun

"We will encourage the international community to impose further sanctions, including travel bans and asset freezes, on people inside and outside the TFG [Somalia’s Transitional Federal Government who seek to undermine Somalia's peace and security or to delay or even prevent the political transition."
Queen Hillary, encouraging fellow state gangsters to spread more misery among the human livestock

“I think Iran deserves to be annihilated,. I think they’re lunatics. I think they’re evil.”
Tucker Carlson

"Belligerents who also happen to be U.S. citizens do not enjoy immunity where non-citizen belligerents are valid military objectives."
J. C. Johnson, Defense Department general counsel, arguing that US citizens accused of having ties to “terror” groups can legitimately be targeted for assassination

“I don’t see the government holding a gun to my head to pay taxes.”
Michael Steele, former RNC chairman, speaking with his head up an elephant’s ass

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