Great quotes


“More ethnically homogeneous nations are better able to build public goods, are more democratic, less corrupt, have higher productivity and less inequality, are more trusting and care more for the disadvantaged, develop social and economic capital faster, have lower crime rates, are more resistant to external shocks, and are better global citizens, for example by giving more foreign aid. Moreover, they are less prone to civil war, the greatest source of violent death in the twentieth century.”- Dr Frank Salter.

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”- Edmund Burke.

On how peoples’ appetite for democracy wanes in times of crisis: “In times of relative tranquility, we feel we can afford to be patient. We understand that policy questions are complicated and merit careful thought. We want our leaders to consult experts, gather as much information as possible, test assumptions,, and give us a chance to voice our opinions on the available options. We see long-term planning as necessary and deliberation as a virtue, but when we decide that action is urgently needed, our tolerance for delay disappears.”- Madeline Albright.

On how challenges to racial power/ resources makes race utterly foundational to identity, and is the primary cause of societal conflict: “In one phrase- hostility to the negro as a citizen. The South cares for no other question. Everything gives way to it. They support or oppose men, advocate or denounce policies, flatter or murder, just as such action will help them as far as possible to recover their old power over the negro.”- Reconstruction Era Governor Ames of Missisippi.

Criticising the perceived basis for establishing alliances with ‘nationalist’ countries such as Russia: “Conflicts break out over interests, not ideas.”- Nick Fuentes.

“When I am weaker than you, I ask you for freedom because that is according to your principles; when I am stronger than you, I take away your freedom because that is according to my principles.”- Frank Hubert.

“You can’t fight two wars at once.”- Donald Trump.

“It’s not about the economy, stupid.”- Patrick J. Buchanan.

“Our challenge is less to find fault with our mighty forebears, than to be worthy of them.”- Tony Abbott.

“I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born.”- Ronald Reagan.

“Individual moslems may show splendid qualities; but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those that follow it.”- Winston Churchill.

“Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society.”- Aristotle.

On feminism’s claim women are oppressed; yet can also achieve anything: “You can’t be protected and pretend to be strong.”- David Horowitz.

“If you assume that you live in a society that only exists as a collection of self-creating individuals with no distinct ties to each other, then what is there really at the larger level to defend?”- Oz Conservative.

60 thoughts on “Great quotes

  1. “Good men”? Eeeeek~! How could you!
    First, you’ll be screeched at because ‘good’ is a very subjective term (to a Muslim, cutting someone’s head off is a very good deed highly recommended in their Good Book’s systems … whereas to me it’s not. Double-plus ungood, in fact) (too messy, yeuch); and you (Burke) used the ‘M’ word. Of course he meant ‘persons’ … or at a pinch we might accept ‘people’ …

  2. Sir, thanks for your recent Like of a post at my blog, American Infrasound (“African Slavery Would Have Continued in the U.S. If ISIS Ran the Circus”). I’m now following your blog and look forward to keeping up with your posts. It’s always great to discover another individual out there who’s decided to become a “citizen journalist” and fight the distressing situation in the world. Although I’m an American and on the other side of the globe from you, it’s as if we are fighting the same war. I totally agree w/ ALA’s statement about “individual liberty, small government, Western values, social fairness and an integrated multi-ethnic society”. Keep up the good work!!!

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