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Samizdata quote of the day

All suspicions which have been raised have been dispelled

German interior minister, Hans-Peter Friedrich, referring to reassurances that British and US intelligence agencies “had observed German laws in Germany”.

It is compulsory to recite this quote in the voice of Cecil Baldwin from Welcome to Night Vale.
Dogs are not allowed in the dog park.
People are not allowed in the dog park.
All suspicions which have been raised have been dispelled.
Do not approach the dog park.

3 comments to Samizdata quote of the day

  • Regional

    Germany has laws, don’t they make up shit as they go along like every where else to suit the scamenfraud, correct me if I’m wrong but weren’t the intellectual authors of Fascism and Communism, German?
    Never claim a great moral imperative, you’re only human as Kaptain Whiteknuckles is finding out in Boganstan.

  • Night Vale reminds me a little of the Night Springs sequences in the computer game Alan Wake. They both draw on that special tone of all-American oddness that “The Twilight Zone” made famous.

  • Nick (nice-guy) Gray

    Reminds me of an old cartoon I saw years ago- the Police were keeping everyone out of Central Park in New York. As one cop explained to the hero, “You’re either going to mug someone, or you’ll be mugged! Either way, you’re a nuisance!”