General Debate Tuesday 07/12/10

“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy. It’s inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” – Sir Winston Churchill

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8 replies

  1. I’m sure you have you own examples down there Red. My advice remains the same globally. The anti-human forces are on the march. I think they figure they’ve got us now where we can’t do anything without harming ourselves more than them.

    That baby will need his own lawyer in order to protect him from DCFS if they decide his medical treatment offers no basic improvement in his “quality” of life and that he would be better off dead.


  2. That is an inspirational article Pascal and I recommend it to all readers of TrueblueNZ. Nothing in socialism is more abhorrent than the statist’s intense desire to usurp the authority of parents. And now they wish to extend their vile intrusions into deciding whether our children when sick, should live or die.

    Everything the left do, every encroachment upon our liberty and our families and our life, they only do because we let them. The resistance must be stronger.


  3. Thanks very much Red. I wish there were more State-side who understood as well as you. They’ll back off when challenged, but they’re always looking for a weak spot. Even the strongest among us need allies, if for no other reason than I want for our strongest ones to survive all the various means to bring them down. The wicked try never stop trying until stopped themselves. My fondest vision is them turning on themselves. I feel it may yet happen, God willing.


  4. Red,Thank you for the Churchill quote. One of the greatest statesmen the world has known. I’d like this one about Gandhi .

    “It is alarming and nauseating to see Mr Gandhi, a seditious middle temple lawyer,now posing as a fakir of a type well known in the East,striding half naked up the steps of the vice regal palace,while he is still organising and conducting a defiant campaign of civil disobedience,to parley on equal terms with the representative of the king -emperor. “


  5. “Red,Thank you for the Churchill quote. One of the greatest statesmen the world has known. ”

    Yep, and the quote on socialism is an illustration of how deeply embedded that disease is today in our culture. Could you, for example, imagine John Key or anyone in National ever making such a statement?

    Churchill would be regarded as a right wing extremist, even more so than (gasp) DON BRASH..!!!


  6. ‘Fraid not. These days it all seems to be about “consensus building” which is just another term for surrendering you’re own values to whatever fad or whim of the time is “in”,be that multiculturalism,equality,diversity blah blah blah……


  7. “another term for surrendering you’re own values to whatever fad or whim of the time is “in”,”

    Yes, that is the core difference between the Progrressives and the Conservatives. We strive to retain what we see as good, the left strive to pull it all down and submerge it under a revised collectivist perception of “good”.


  8. His volumes appear highly imtimidating to contemplate but the reading is sheer joy. The sentences melt away like dripping honey. The education value is immense and his empathy for the reader is sheer bliss. Their are few who can equal his achievements and his literary skill alone is unsurpassable in its history lessons.

    Actualy, his writing would suggest he would be an avid reader of George McDonald Fraser of Flashman fame. I would hardly be surprised if Churchill was a heavy source of Fraser’s inspiration.


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