And the quote of the day…

“The person who does not become irate when he has cause to be sins. For an unreasonable patience is the hotbed of many vices. It fosters negligence, and stimulates not only the wicked, but above all, the good to do wrong.”

–St. John Chrysostom
c. 347-407 AD

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5 Responses to And the quote of the day…

  1. DP111 says:

    Edmund Burke: All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing: 

  2. DP111 says:

    OTThe Netherlands: Muslim Party calls for dog banPosted on January 28, 2012 by Eeyore“Dogs belong in nature, but not in a house,” said Küçük. Dog House, according to him, therefore, should be punishable in the capital. “A dog in a flat is animal cruelty.”http://vladtepesblog.com/?p=43531

  3. Klein Verzet says:

    Yes, I've seen that. But it is so fringe that it is not worth the trouble getting worked up about. It's a sad attempt at playing on the Dutch love of animals to implement a bit of Sharia. Sad and ham-fisted. And nobody's buying it.

  4. DP111 says:

    KVThis is disgustingYet another example how Muslims use our laws and traditions to undermine those very lawsCensorship of Geert Wilder’s Film Fitna – Does YouTube Follow Sharia Law?http://britishfreedom.org/censorship-of-geert-wilders-film-fitna-does-youtube-follow-sharia-law/YouTube has removed British Freedom Party from its site. Wonderful. All these Western instruments are bowing to Islam – the ideology that will shut them down as soon as maybe. Its not Islamophobia BUTIslamonausea, not IslamophobiaIslamonausea deserves its own article on Wikipedia. Help get Islamonausea into our dictionaries by using the word on blogs, in articles and in Letters to the Editor, and in everyday speech.http://www.jihadwatch.org/2012/01/islamonausea-not-islamophobia.html

  5. Klein Verzet says:

    Blog post is in the works. Ties in nicely with the Dutch Islam Democrat call to forbid the ownership of dogs.

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