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“He's no God! He has a butt-hole!”
“I want freedom! That's what I want, and that's what you should want! It's up to each and every one of us to turn loose of just some of the greed, the hatred, the envy, and yes, the insecurities, because that is the central mode of control, make us feel pathetic, small, so we'll willingly give up our sovereignty, our liberty, our destiny. We have...” (continue)(continue reading)
“This is no democracy. It is a dictatorship. I am the law.”
“All dictatorships take away our freedom to choose. We both know that. Or reveal our own weaknesses.”
“One Fuhrer is enough!”
“- Marie Colvin: The Syrian regime is claiming that they're not hitting civilians, that they're just going after terrorist gangs. But every civilian house has been hit. The top floor of the building I'm in has been totally destroyed. There are no military targets here. It is a complete and utter lie.
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“You know who else was just following orders? Adolf Hitler.”
“What kind of warlord throws a pool party on a weekday?”
“Swastikas were drawn backward, indicating either haste or a lack of familiarity with this most infamous of anti-semetic emblems, or perhaps rather more implausibly... that Hindus were involved.”
“We did our duty, but we lost our humanity. You must understand, we Japanese are a selfless people capable of immense sacrifice because of our complete devotion to a set of ideas. We are also ruthless warriors capable of unspeakable crimes because of that same complete devotion. I cannot tell you if the Emperor is guilty or innocent. I don't know...” (continue)(continue reading)
"I think I better blame it on this guy".
“Under Franco we lived in a world where the police would raid your home and ask whether you read Kafka.”
“Franco took so long to die that we all had time to buy champagne.”
“- Mrs. Hooten: We took a Sudanese refugee into our home!
- Tommy Corn: You did. But how did Sudan happen, ma'am? Could it possibly be related to dictatorships that we support for some stupid reason?”