Day By Day by The Great Chris Muir

Sunday, November 20, 2016


-from The Enigma of Steel:
“I discriminate.
The entire human race are neither my brothers nor kin. There is nothing noble about non-discrimination—concepts such as love, trust and brotherhood lose all meaning when discrimination is removed.
Sorry, bleeding hearts—love does not exist without discrimination. The person who “loves everyone” actually loves no one. Imagine if I loved everyone as much as I loved my wife…this is a ridiculous notion—I love, honor and would lay down my life defending my wife before any other human on Earth precisely because I discriminate. Similarly, I strive to fill my inner circle with people who are strong, noble of character and wise because I discriminate…”
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Cecil Henry said...


A society that prevents its citizens from discriminating is not free, and will grow increasingly totalitarian and repressive.

Frank said...

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