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#1. Youth is no longer wasted on the young because it's wasted on the war instead. - Author: Philip Kerr
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#2. North and south must also adopt measures to arrest the growing phenomenon of illegal capital flight and the repatriation of illicit wealth siphoned abroad by corrupt political leaders and their collaborators back to their countries of origin, - Author: Olusegun Obasanjo
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Olusegun Obasanjo
#3. When human beings give their heartfelt allegiance to and worship that which is not God, they progressively cease to reflect the image of God. One of the primary laws of human life is that you become like what you worship; what's more, you reflect what you worship not only to the object itself but also outward to the world around. Those who worship money increasingly define themselves in terms of it and increasingly treat other people as creditors, debtors, partners, or customers rather than as human beings. Those who worship sex define themselves in terms of it (their preferences, their practices, their past histories) and increasingly treat other people as actual or potential sex objects. Those who worship power define themselves in terms of it and treat other people as either collaborators, competitors, or pawns. These and many other forms of idolatry combine in a thousand ways, all of them damaging to the image-bearing quality of the people concerned and of those whose lives they touch. - Author: N.T. Wright
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#4. Where they burn books, at the end they also burn people - Author: Heinrich Heine
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#5. Nonetheless the man (Hitler) had a remarkable ability to transform himself into something far more compelling, especially when speaking in public or during private meetings when some topic enraged him. He had a knack as well for projecting an aura of sincerity that blinded onlookers to his true motives and beliefs.. - Author: Erik Larson
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Erik Larson
#6. The last collaborator is your audience ... when the audience comes in, it changes the temperature of what you've written. Things that seem to work well
work in a sense of carry the story forward and be integral to the piece
suddenly become a little less relevant or a little less functional or a little overlong or a little overweight or a little whatever. And so you start reshaping from an audience. - Author: Stephen Sondheim
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Stephen Sondheim
#7. It was neither German nor Jew who ruled the ghetto - it was illusion. - Author: Elie Wiesel
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Elie Wiesel
#8. While it would be as wrong of me to attribute these traits to women at the exclusion of men as it would be for a man to do the reverse, I think women can often be very strong team players and good communicators and collaborators. - Author: Diane Nelson
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Diane Nelson
#9. But the more we learn about happiness and fulfillment, the more apparent it becomes that family, community, meaningful work and networks of trustworthy collaborators and friends are the sources of happiness and fulfillment, not the accumulation of institutional promises and more stuff, which turns out to have little impact on happiness or fulfillment. - Author: Anonymous
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Anonymous
#10. It was so kind of you to write to me about your experiences during the Occupation. At the war's end, I, too, promised myself that I had done with talking about it. I had talked and lived war for six years, and I was longing to pay attention to something - anything - else. But that is like wishing I were someone else. The war is now the story of our lives, and there's no subtracting it. - Author: Mary Ann Shaffer
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Mary Ann Shaffer
#11. Our passing interrupted the road crossing, and the crowd bunched on both sides waited for us to go by as we all waited for the war to go by, thinking we can suspend or postpone living and not knowing that in war the heart grows older than it does in dreams - Author: Dan Davin
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Dan Davin
#12. A searchlight catches the plane for an instant. The cockpit is awash with searing bluish brightness. As if a revelation is about to take place. As if an angel is about to appear. He can't see the instrument panel. The finger of light has the aircraft in its grip. Holding her suspended above the city. As if she is perched on a tightrope. Visible to the whole of Berlin down below. The glare bites into his eyes, sucks strength from his legs. He kicks the rudders to the right. The starboard wing tilts down. He pulls the wheel back. Below, a shifting tableau of coloured globes slide over the tilting smoking surface of the earth. Some roads and buildings made visible by fires and incendiaries. - Author: Glenn Haybittle
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Glenn Haybittle
#13. Directing is a terrible, anxious process. It's all collaboration, and if you have a dream, it's diluted very quickly by the slightest ineptness in any of your collaborators. They're supposed to help you, but too often they help you into your grave. - Author: Mel Brooks
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Mel Brooks
#14. One of the major challenges facing creative individuals is that of building upon the continuity of human knowledge while achieving novel insights ... On the one hand, to intensify an inquiry and develop a sense of commitment to a creative life, the learner needs models, teachers, and collaborators. On the other hand, the individual, while building upon the past, needs to transform it, and thus broaden his or her choices. - Author: Vera John-Steiner
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Vera John-Steiner
#15. Our duty, as men and women, is to proceed as if limits to our ability did not exist. We are collaborators in creation. - Author: Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
#16. That is the way we decided to talk, free and easy, two young men discussing a boxing match. That was the only way to talk. You couldn't let too much truth seep into your conversation, you couldn't admit with your mouth what your eyes had seen. If you opened the door even a centimeter, you would smell the rot outside and hear the screams. You did not open the door. You kept your mind on the tasks of the day, the hunt for food and water and something to burn, and you saved the rest for the end of the war. - Author: David Benioff
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#17. When the sex war is won prostitutes should be shot as collaborators for their terrible betrayal of all women. - Author: Julie Burchill
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#18. For me, writing is a solitary thing and a personal thing. And it's weird, because when you make something that requires money and collaborators, you have to talk about them. I don't enjoy that part of it. I still want to keep it to myself. - Author: Mike White
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Mike White
#19. A thinking partner who isn't an echo chamber ... How many of us dare to have such collaborators? - Author: Margaret Heffernan
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Margaret Heffernan
#20. Even sleepers are workers and collaborators in what goes on in the Universe. - Author: Heraclitus
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Heraclitus
#21. If you are not drawing fire from both Pharisees and Sadducees, you are probably saying something other than what Jesus said. And if your message is not drawing both tax collectors (Roman collaborators) and zealots (anti-Roman insurrectionists) to repentance, you are probably speaking with a different voice than does he. Jesus wasn't inconsistent. He saw the Roman Empire, despite all its pretensions to preeminence both in its own mind and in the mind of its opponents, as a temporary obstacle, not the defining point of his agenda. We stand and we speak, with reconciliation in view. We see, therefore, even our most passionate critic not as an argument to be vaporized but as a neighbor to be evangelized. This doesn't mean that we back down one iota from the truth. But we proclaim the whole gospel of truth and grace, never backing down from either. That means taking seriously the arguments of our opponents, not merely caricatures of those arguments. - Author: Russell D. Moore
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Russell D. Moore
#22. Goddamn it, you'll never get the Purple Heart hiding in a foxhole! Follow me! - Author: Henry Pierson Crowe
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Henry Pierson Crowe
#23. Hodel saw it through her sister's eyes: women were created to be in every way partners, not mindless slaves or brainless doormats, but helpers, collaborators, equals. And that was a thing of great beauty - Author: Alexandra Silber
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Alexandra Silber
#24. If we don't think about our death until we die, how can we decide how we want to live? - Author: Jennifer Ryan
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Jennifer Ryan
#25. I've seen so many of my friends and collaborators struggle and face the challenge of feeling like what they're working so hard to create and put into the world isn't important or appreciated ... it's like being in love with someone who won't give you the time of day. - Author: Kate Brown
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#26. I think that in the minds of many, the press is being seen less and less as a neutral observer in the impeachment enterprise and more and more as participants, or even collaborators. On Media's Participation In Watergate - Author: Pat Buchanan
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#27. I've been very fortunate in my collaborators throughout my career. - Author: Bebe Neuwirth
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Bebe Neuwirth
#28. Ernie got it,' I said afterwards. 'His experience taught him that you've got to fight for what's right. It gets you into a lot of trouble but he came to the same conclusion as me.' People think it could never happen here. Don't you believe it; it doesn't take much. - Author: Denis Avey
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Denis Avey
#29. We had seen too many horrors already, and we could see and hear more explosions all around us as the war continued, very close to our hiding place; machine gun fire and the sounds of grenades – all very frightening. - Author: Alfred Nestor
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Alfred Nestor
#30. You know what, BB? We've got dark spots on our souls. We have to live with that. War is not about doing what's right. War's about surviving."

Verner aka 'Jens'
in the novel 'The Informer' by Steen Langstrup - Author: Steen Langstrup
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Steen Langstrup
#31. You kill yourself when you hate. It's the worst disease in the world. - Author: William Schiff
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by William Schiff
#32. The Wilhelm Gustloff was pregnant with lost souls conceived of war. They would crowd into her belly and she would give birth to their freedom. - Author: Ruta Sepetys
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Ruta Sepetys
#33. If you're going to write a song, try to get together with a collaborator because it's better to write with collaborators. - Author: Brian Wilson
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Brian Wilson
#34. Collaborators let down their guards. Successful collaborators still carry a taser. - Author: Ryan Lilly
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Ryan Lilly
#35. But in every country occupied by the Red Army, the definition of 'fascist' eventually grew broader, expanding to include not only Nazi collaborators but anybody whom the Soviet occupiers and their local allies disliked. In time, the word 'fascist,' in true Orwellian fashion, was eventually used to describe antifascists who also happened to be anticommunists. And every time the definition was expanded, arrests followed. p.86 - Author: Anne Applebaum
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Anne Applebaum
#36. I credit my collaborators for allowing me to grow. Without them I wouldn't have that opportunity. - Author: Dave Koz
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Dave Koz
#37. It is not enough to say, simply, the motherland called and we fought; woe to the dead, and to the living goes their glory. - Author: A.H. Septimius
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#38. I like it when someone tells me 'I don't agree.' This is a true collaborator. When they say 'Oh, how great, how great, how great,' that's not useful. - Author: Pope Francis
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Pope Francis
#39. The crematorium could not burn the bodies fast enough - so after we dug long trenches, we pulled and dragged the bodies to the edges and threw them in. You'll not believe it, but the SS forced the prisoners' band to play music as we lugged the corpses - and for that, I hope they burn in hell with polkas blaring. - Author: Mary Ann Shaffer
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Mary Ann Shaffer
#40. We're becoming slaves; the war scatters us in all directions, takes away everything we own, snatches the bread from out of our mouths; let me at least retain the right to decide my own destiny, to laugh at it, defy it, escape it if I can. A slave? Better to be a slave than a dog who thinks he's free as he trots along behind his master. She listened to the sound of men and horses passing by. They don't even realise they're slaves, she said to herself, and I, I would be just like them if a sense of pity, solidarity, the "spirit of the hive" forced me to refuse to be happy. - Author: Irene Nemirovsky
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Irene Nemirovsky
#41. I'm constantly thinking about trying to piece together collaborators ... All disciplines can be narrow ... - Author: Judith Weir
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Judith Weir
#42. The industrial world would be a more peaceful place if workers were called in as collaborators in the process of establishing standards and defining shop practices, matters which surely affect their interests and well-being fully as much as they affect those of employers and consumers. - Author: Mary Barnett Gilson
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#43. Today we are crushed by the sheer weight of the mechanized forces hurled against us, but we can still look to the future in which even greater mechanized forces will bring us victory. Therein lies the destiny of the world. - Author: Charles De Gaulle
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Charles De Gaulle
#44. There are so few people left alive from back then, you may as well be talking to them about the Black Death. Nobody recalls the shite in the 30s and that were fucking horrible. For Christ's sake, nobody wants to remember the shite in the 80s. It's all forgotten and swept under the rug by the newspapers and the BBC. They get nostalgic about the music, but they never want to mention the misery. It's all shite. As for the bloody Second World War, the politicians only talk about it when they need an excuse to go pissing about in one of those fucking Muslim countries. - Author: Harry Leslie Smith
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Harry Leslie Smith
#45. Lastly, 'Hang tough!' Never, ever give up regardless of the adversity. If you are a leader, a fellow who other fellows look to, you have to keep going. - Author: Dick Winters
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Dick Winters
#46. Political calculation and local suffering do not entirely explain the participation in these pogroms. Violence against Jews served to bring the Germans and elements of the local non-Jewish populations closer together. Anger was directed, as the Germans wished, toward the Jews, rather than against collaborators with the Soviet regime as such. People who reacted to the Germans' urging knew that they were pleasing their new masters, whether or not they believed that the Jews were responsible for their own woes. By their actions they were confirming the Nazi worldview. The act of killing Jews as revenge for NKVD executions confirmed the Nazi understanding of the Soviet Union as a Jewish state. Violence against Jews also allowed local Estonians, Latvian, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, and Poles who had themselves cooperated with the Soviet regime to escape any such taint. The idea that only Jews served communists was convenient not just for the occupiers but for some of the occupied as well.
Yet this psychic nazification would have been much more difficult without the palpable evidence of Soviet atrocities. The pogroms took place where the Soviets had recently arrived and where Soviet power was recently installed, where for the previous months Soviet organs of coercion had organized arrests, executions, and deportations. They were a joint production, a Nazi edition of a Soviet text.

P. 196 - Author: Timothy Snyder
Collaborators Ww2 quotes by Timothy Snyder

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