Michael Malice Quotes

A quotes list created by Lee Sonogan

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This guy makes you believe that to truly be free you must hold yourself to at least some anarchist ideas. Michael Malice is many things but associating him in far extreme concepts is wrong being quite the opposite. From political commentary to a well-versed knowledge of history, he is only suggesting we need better systems or die trying. There is plenty to criticise the movement but as an individual, this set of fatal beliefs is necessary for the current healthy debate.

  • “Conservatism is progressivism driving the speed limit.”
  • “The claim “hate speech is not free speech” implies “free” is a type of speech, as opposed to how speech is treated in a free society.”
  • “Those who need leaders are not qualified to choose them.”
  • “Thomas Sowell once wrote, “Nobody is equal to anybody. Even the same man is not equal to himself on different days.”
  • “in a democracy someone is setting the guidelines for everyone else. Elitist rule is inevitable.”
  • “The late Andrew Breitbart saw this as essential, writing, “The left does not win its battles in debate. It doesn’t have to. In the twenty-first century, media is everything. The left wins because it controls the narrative. The narrative is controlled by the media. The left is the media. Narrative is everything. I call it the Democrat-media complex.”
  • “Those driven by emotion (children, the mentally ill, hormonal men and women alike) don’t freak out when they get their way; they freak out when they’re not getting their way.”
  • “Because the evangelical left—like most human beings—is highly lacking in empathy and unable to perceive other points of view, its members tend to equate their perspective with universally perceived truth.”
  • “There will be a new class, a new hierarchy of real and pretended scientists and scholars, and the world will be divided into a minority ruling in the name of knowledge and an immense ignorant majority. And then, woe betide the mass of ignorant ones!”
  • “Gamergate was an important moment in proving the existence of the Cathedral, the idea that what is being presented as fact is actually a carefully coordinated movement by elites to establish and impose their view of what reality is and how it should be.”
  • “To realize that we live in an absurd culture where we are taught absurd things by absurd people and threatened with absurd consequences for defying all of it is to achieve a level of contentment.”
  • “The political binary is the dumbest of all. It’s based on the seating system in the old French legislature, and I refuse to base my life on anything French.”
  • “To realize that we live in an absurd culture where we are taught absurd things by absurd people and threatened with absurd consequences for defying all of it is to achieve a level of contentment.”
  • “A loosely connected group of individuals united by their opposition to progressivism, which they perceive to be a thinly veiled fundamentalist religion dedicated to egalitarian principles and intent on totalitarian world domination via globalist hegemony.”
  • “When it comes to hiring someone for a job, “discrimination on the basis of [political] party was much stronger than discrimination on the basis of race.” An information economy segregates on ideas and not on genetics.”
  • “If human beings had the wisdom and knowledge-generating capacity to be able to describe how a free market would work, that would be the strongest possible argument for central planning. One advocates a free market not because of some moral imprimatur written across the heavens, but because it is impossible for human beings to amass the knowledge of local conditions and the predictive capacity necessary to effectively organize economic relationships among millions of individuals.”
  • “The black flag comes in many colors.”
  • What are presented as the best arguments against anarchism are inevitably a description of the status quo

Popping in in many interviews I have seen now, this is relevant in many subjective inter-disciplines of the spoken word. Malice’s personality is unique with discourse worthy of inspiring, too, only in his way. Protest people can learn a thing or two from this guy’s philosophy/perspective.




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