Quote of the day—Elizabeth Rogliani

Why do I even worry about some silly little statues coming down or some silly little street names changing? Why do I care?

It is because the last time I didn’t care about this, I was a teenager. I have already lived through this thing when I was living in Venezuela. Statues came down — Chavez didn’t want that history displayed. And then he changed the street names. Then came the [school curricula]. Then some movies couldn’t be shown, then certain TV channels, and so on and so forth.

You guys think this can’t happen to you, I’ve heard it so many times. But always be on guard. Never believe something can’t happen to you. You’ve got to defend your country and your society or it will be destroyed.

We didn’t believe it could happen to us. Most Venezuelans — Cubans warned us — and we were like, ‘This is Venezuela, we know about freedom. That’s not going to happen here.’ Yet it happened. And there are literally a lot of people wanting to destroy the U.S.

Elizabeth Rogliani
June 22, 2020

‘Statues coming down’ is a big deal, Venezuelan actress warns
[The high these thugs get from destroying statues and buildings will fade and they will only be able to obtain that same high by escalation. If they are not stopped soon mass murder will be soon be required to sate their desires.

If you think things are happening fast now, don’t ever forget that in Rwandan things went from moderate tension to mass murder in 30 minutes*. The murders occurred at an average rate of about 8,000 per day for about 100 days. This sustained rate exceeded that of Nazi Germany with their gas chambers.

Hutu militiamen boasted they could kill 3,000 people an hour.**

We live in extremely “interesting” times. Prepare yourself.—Joe]


* Rwanda’s Genocide 1994—Supplement to Lethal Laws by Jay Simkin, Aaron Zelman, and Alan M. Rice page 10:

The UN reports that, “less than half an hour after the plane crash occurred, roadblocks manned by Hutu militiamen, often assisted by gendarmerie or military personnel, were set up at which the identiy cards of passers-by were checked and Tutsis were taken aside and killed137.

137. UN Documents, pp. 37-38.

** Ibid, page 1.

8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Elizabeth Rogliani

  1. And where is the outcry in the USA? The Ds are supporting the protestors with ‘we understand how important it is to express your feelings’ and the Rs are mostly silent except for Trump and he is constrained by the left-leaning bureaucracy. And it is definitely not PC to criticize the protesters and if you do you will be canceled on most social platforms. They can do no wrong.

    Are there even five percent of the population willing to resist this madness and will they be seen as virtuous by a significant part of the population. From where I’m sitting, the options look limited.

    I hope that the answer will change as we wait to see which way the wind is blowing, but I fear that it may already be too late.

    • You’re old enough to remember the “silent majority” who were experiencing the protests and communist violence of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. I think we can make it through this too. There have been lots of arrests. If law enforcement can follow through with meaningful sentences we have a chance. The other side knows this. They foresaw this. This is why they are demanding the defunding and disbanding of the police.

      • Yes, I remember the “silent majority”, “just say no” and “three strikes and you’re out”, but this feels different.

        Still, I wonder how many people are discussing these events privately, yet are reluctant to publicly express their views.

        I hope you’re right.

        • Defund the police. These are those 60’s communist that survived. They are governors and mayors now. (We missed our chance at Kent state?)
          Wondering how many people are discussing these events privately?
          At least triple the guns and ammo sales? Would be my guess.
          Rwanda? Ugly. Unless your a Hutu. It could have been the other way around quite easily.
          With the UN giving the same shrug they do to Mao’s millions. Breaking a few eggs and all?
          Extermination is the communist plan. What’s ours?

  2. We already have some movies that can no longer be shown. TV channels will be next; any bets on how soon Fox is going to be forced out of existence?

      • MT, no, I don’t watch Chris Wallace. But several others there are well to the right of Bernie Sanders so they are at risk of erasure.
        Ad, I was talking about Gone with the Wind having been deleted from HBO’s streaming service.

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