Sunday, 7 May 2017

Quotations

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“... when something is detestable, and yet inevitable, what one must do is not merely to endure it-a hard task whatever one may do-but find an excuse for loving it. Everything is a matter of points of view, and misfortune is often only the sign of a false interpretation of life.” Henry de Montherlant



 "Safer not to be too popular. You can’t fall too far." Duke of Edinburgh


"Europe today has little desire to reproduce itself, fight for itself or even take its own side in an argument". Douglas Murray


"A German told me - quite seriously - that voting for Brexit was 'an act of treason'. He said this to me at a dinner party in Budapest on the evening of the vote back in 2016." Mark Griffith

"For the childless, thinking in terms of the generations to come loses relevance. Therefore, they behave more and more as if they were the last and see themselves as standing at the end of the chain". RĂ¼diger Safranski

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