Monday, 5 September 2016

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Vietnamese children used as slave labour to produce 'weed'. Provenance only bothers counter culturals if it is about food.



All the people nitpicking Hillary for the Benghazi attack seem to CONVENIENTLY IGNORE the success of her foreign policy in Libya as a whole.


There’s something beautiful in seeing the poor accept their lot, to suffer it like Christ’s Passion. 

St Teresa of Calcutta, canonised yesterday

So often today, the true bigots are those who bang on about bigotry: those who see racism in every nook of society, hatred in every Christian campaign, a lingering loathing for Indigenous people among ordinary white Australians.

Brendan O'Neill Quadrant Online, 3 September 2016


We didn’t know it was the eighties at the time. No one told us until 1987 and by then it was almost over. 

Jay McInerney

Writing has been to me like a bath from which I have risen feeling cleaner, healthier, and freer. 

Henrik Ibsen


As France, Belgium and many other societies can now attest, the larger your Muslim population, the larger your Islamic extremism problem. Not because most Muslims are terrorists. Obviously not. But because that “small minority” we always hear about grows proportionally bigger the larger the community is. What matters is the numbers, the density (thus their ability to hide and be hidden) and the type of Islam that is followed. Given Europe’s current demographic trajectory this poses a pretty terrifying problem which we’ll have to face up to one day.

Douglas Murray



There was a jolly miller once


Lived on the river Dee;


He worked and sang from morn till night,


No lark more blithe than he.


And this the burden of his song


For ever used to be,


"I care for nobody, no, not I,


And nobody cares for me."


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