Saturday, 30 September 2017

Three very important quotations

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"Stephen Miller was too nice to CNN's Jim Acosta at yesterday's White House press briefing. He might have said something like this: "Yes, Jim: in 1883, when Emma Lazarus wrote her sonnet 'The New Colossus,' America had open immigration. Millions of white European immigrants settled the American heartland, and we drove out the Native Americans to make room for them. In other words, we gave privileges to white people and killed or displaced people of color. You can argue the merits of this policy, but we don't want to return to a situation in which immigration occurs at the expense of people who were here first."
David Goldman, 'Spengler' in Asia Times
3 August 2017



First, the EU has to accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future. And, to do that, it must share the burden fairly — a principle that a qualified majority finally established at a Sept. 23 summit.
George Soros
September 26, 2015

Mark, Lenin and Trotsky? Does any one under 65 remember what they wanted and intended? The destruction of society. Check it out.

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