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“Hmmm...okay, I admit it. I have two fetishes.
The first is pizza with pepperoni & anchovies, and the second is blue vein cheese with fruit & dry biscuits.
YUM!!!”
Anthony T.Hincks
“The old saying that “reason makes people think and emotion makes people act” isn’t quite right for geeks. It would be more accurate to say that reason makes us think and emotion makes us suspicious.”
Paul Glen, The Geek Leader's Handbook: Essential Leadership Insight for People with Technical Backgrounds
“Our man made canyons have a surreal beauty about them, but it is Mother Nature's canyons that are spectacular.”
Anthony T.Hincks
Reham Khan
“The problem with good-looking women is everyone wants them, and it’s common and easy to start malicious rumours against them when one realizes that they are out of reach.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan
“You cannot hide what the nose can smell.”
Anthony T.Hincks
“I wonder how many world leaders, politicians, and bankers have made money on the world's markets since Trump came to power?
It would be interesting to see the market transactions because I think that they would tell an interesting story as to who, and what is being played.”
Anthony T.Hincks
Gabriel Sherman
“Ailes’s search-and-destroy approach to journalism and public relations destabilized his cable news opponents. They complained he played by a different set of rules. The news business was supposed to operate by a different creed than politics. Ailes did not agree.”
Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Laurell K. Hamilton
“Don’t ask,” Micah said. “They’ve been best friends for years. Sometimes you just nod and let them have their guy moment.” Dr. Cross frowned harder. “I don’t understand.” “I’m the wife,” Micah said, “she’s the husband, and he’s the husband’s best friend. Does that explain it?”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Affliction
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Jeffrey R. Holland
“To those who are trying hard and living right and things still seem burdensome and difficult, I say, take heart. Others have walked that way before you.”
Jeffrey R. Holland, However Long & Hard the Road
“Hyenas will laugh at the stupidest of jokes.”
Anthony T.Hincks
C.S. Lewis
“Do what you will, there is going to be some benevolence, as well as some malice, in your patient's soul. The great thing is to direct the malice to his immediate neighbours whom he meets every day and to thrust his benevolence out to the remote circumference, to people he does not know. The malice thus becomes wholly real and the benevolence largely imaginary.”
C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters
John Kennedy Toole
“Claude is dumb. Okay. I'll grant you that. Claude is all the time worrying me about them communiss. Okay. Maybe he don't know nothing about politics. But I ain't worried about politics. I'm worried about dying halfway decent. Claude can be kind to a person, and that's more than you can do with all your politics and all your graduating smart. For everything nice I ever done for you, I just get kicked around. I want to be treated nice by somebody before I die. You learnt everything, Ignatius, except how to be a human being.”
John Kennedy Toole, A Confederacy of Dunces
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Nancy Thayer
“She had had so little of this, Jenny thought, this fierce thrust and yank of family altercation, the daily squabbling, making up, hugging, laughing, bickering, fussing, stomping, snorting, and simple collapsing side by side on the sofa. She’d seen it happen in her friends’ families. It had frightened her. But now she saw how it made people whole, how life was made of dark and light, yin and yang, quarrels and peace. This was how a person learned to forgive. It was how a person learned to care so deeply their heart was laid open as if with a knife.”
Nancy Thayer, Island Girls
“Animals understand man more than what man thinks.”
Anthony T.Hincks
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Andrzej Sapkowski
“Ta chansen att bada själv också. På din lukt kan jag avgöra allt om din häst: inte bara ras och ålder utan till och med färgen.”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
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J.K. Rowling
“It happened again. It was as though the broom was trying to buck him off. But Nimbus Two Thousands did not suddenly decide to buck their riders off.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Andrzej Sapkowski
“»Man föds en gång och dör en gång«, sade häxkarlen lugnt. »En perfekt filosofi för en lus, eller hur?«”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
“Humility is a huge part of our faith, and prayer allows us to be humbled daily. Through prayer we can see the world as the big place that it is, and we realize then how small our problems can be. This is especially true when we pray in gratitude for what we've been given. After all, our daily small problems may seem huge at the time, but when we pray for what others in the world are going through we see them for what they are. Also, when we pray positively, we can find God changing our attitude from something negative to something far more positive”
Mlungisi Simelane
Reham Khan
“Not only do we venture into personal relationships with our eyes wide shut but when we go to the voting booths, even the journalists in us have no real idea what we are voting for. The information is all out there but we choose to follow the propaganda we are fed.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan
John Kennedy Toole
“What is your opinion of a society that considers "Turkey in the Straw" to be one of the pillars, as it were, of its culture?”
John Kennedy Toole, A Confederacy of Dunces
Wong Kiew Kit
“What you need is some time and effort to work on your remedies and the problems will be overcome as a matter of course. Our chi kung training gives us the mental clarity and a lot of energy to perform the remedies well.

The same principles apply to countless people who remain miserable because of their problems.

They remain miserable because of the following three reasons:

1. They do not have solutions to their problems.
2. They do not believe the solutions will solve their problems.
3. They do not have the abilities to carry out the solutions.

If they can overcome the above three factors, they will find their problems are actually opportunities for improvement”
Wong Kiew Kit, Master Answers Series: The Shaolin Arts- Shaolin Kung Fu, Taijiquan, Chi Kung and Zen
“Maar laten wij twisten over wat er is gezegd en niet over wat niet gezegd is”
Hayakawa S.I.
Laurell K. Hamilton
“You saw the news footage,” I said. He gave a small nod. “And just like that you flew out?” “You’d do the same for me,” he said. I nodded. “Yeah.” “What I can’t believe is that you didn’t call me sooner.” I frowned. “Why?” “You have a zombie apocalypse and you don’t invite me.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Affliction
Andrzej Sapkowski
“På något sätt klarar jag mig. Eftersom jag måste. Eftersom jag inte har någon annan utväg. Eftersom jag på något sätt har betvingat mitt eget högmod och min stolthet över olikheten, eftersom jag har förstått att högmod och stolthet är ett ynkligt försvar. Eftersom jag har förstått att solen inte skiner som förr, att det pågår en förändring och att jag inte är dess nav. Solen skiner inte som förr, det kommer den aldrig att göra igen och ingen kan räkna med en ständig plats i solen. Man måste acceptera faktum, man måste lära sig det.”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
Gabriel Sherman
“On the night of September 13, Bill O’Reilly had an exchange with Sam Husseini, a former spokesperson for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, that characterized Fox’s position as it was developing. “Here’s what we’re going to do, and I’ll let you react to it,” O’Reilly said. “We’re going to take out this Osama bin Laden. Now, whether we go in with air power or whether we go in with a Delta force, he’s a dead man walking. He’s through. He should have been through long before this. He’s been wanted for eight years. Now, they’re going to go in and they’re going to get him. If the Taliban government of Afghanistan does not cooperate, then we will damage that government with air power, probably. All right? We will blast them, because …” Husseini told O’Reilly that innocent Afghans would be killed by a protracted air strike. “Doesn’t make any difference,” O’Reilly huffed. “Bill—” “They—it was an act of war.” “No, no. It does make a difference,” Husseini said. “I don’t want more civilians dead. We’ve had civilians dead in New York and now you’re saying maybe it’s okay to have civilians dead in Afghanistan.” “Mr. Husseini, this is war.” “Yeah, exactly. And in war you don’t kill civilians. You don’t kill women and children. Those are your words, Bill.” “Oh, stop it,” O’Reilly said. “You just made the most absurd statement in the world. That means we wouldn’t have bombed the Nazis or the Japanese. We wouldn’t have done any of that, because you don’t want somebody who has declared war on us to be punished. Come on.” “Who declared war on us?” “The terrorist states have declared war, Mr. Husseini!” “Get them. Get the terrorists,” Husseini said. “Cut his mic,” O’Reilly responded, waving his finger across the screen, the lower third of which was covered with Stars and Stripes graphics and a caption that read: “AMERICA UNITES.”
Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Andrzej Sapkowski
“»Jag fick en smäll rätt i skallen. Titta vilken bula!«
»Det är sjätte gången du visar den. Den ser inte intressantare ut än första gången.«”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
Matt Haig
“We are trapped by time, but also infinite. Made of flesh, but also stars.”
Matt Haig, Reasons to Stay Alive
Matt Haig
“Love is anxiety's greatest killer. Love is an outward force. It is our road out of our own terrors, because anxiety is an illness that wraps us up in our own nightmares. [...] Forcing yourself to see the world through love's gaze can be healthy. Love is an attitude to life. It can save us.”
Matt Haig, Reasons to Stay Alive
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Andrzej Sapkowski
“Folk hittar på moster och gräsligheter, för då kan de själva känner sig mindre monstruösa. När de dricker sig stupfulla, lurar och bedrar, stjäl, pucklar på hustrun med en rem, låter gamla mormor svälta, tar en yxa och hugger ihjäl en räv som fastnat i saxen eller skjuter världens sista enhörning full med pilar, då föreställer de sig gärna att maran som smyger in i stugorna i gryningen ändå är mer monstruös än de själva. Då blir det lite lättare om hjärtat. Och det blir lättare att leva.”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
Reham Khan
“But Imran would never tell me the truth. Perhaps Imran never told anyone the truth, not even himself.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan
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“Arguably, the Malecón is the most photographed street in Havana. It lies as a bulwark just across the horizon from the United States, which is only 90 treacherous miles away. It is approximately 5 miles long, following the northern coast of the city from east to west. This broad boulevard is ideal for the revelers partaking in parades and is the street used for Fiesta Mardi Gras, known in Cuba as Los Carnavales. It has also been used for “spontaneous demonstrations” against the United States. It runs from the entrance to Havana harbor at the Morro Castle, Castillo del Morro, alongside the Centro Habana neighborhood to the Vedado neighborhood, past the United States Embassy on the Calle Calzada. Since 1977, the renovated Embassy building has housed the United States Interests Section in Havana. The Malecón is also known as a street where both male and female prostitutes ply their trade. At the present time, most of the buildings that line this once magnificent coastal boulevard are in ruins, which doesn’t stop it from being a spectacular and popular esplanade for an evening walk by residents and tourists alike.”
Captain Hank Bracker, "The Exciting Story of Cuba"
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“When we give alms, it doesn't seem we have too much, but our assets increase when there's smile on the faces of those we helped; their smiles is our assets, our assets is their smile”
Emmanuel Chimnecherem Cletus
Francesca Lia Block
“If we don’t write our stories, how will we truly know who we are? How will we define the world? How will we touch the mysteries of life?”
Francesca Lia Block, The Thorn Necklace: Healing Through Writing and the Creative Process
Reham Khan
“It’s simple really: Children who are loved and raised with honesty will learn to love honestly. Children who are brought up on fears and lies will only learn to fear everything and be dishonest.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan
“visit. Chapter 19 Conferring with Admiral Halsey’s Staff as to the Third Fleet’s requirements for the scheduled July strikes and bombardments of the Empire, I found that news of our mine-detecting ability had given them ideas. They wanted submarines”
Charles A. Lockwood, Sink 'Em All: Submarine Warfare in the Pacific
James A. Michener
“And he showed them, riding on the Thames at the foot of the dock, a small double-ended, single-masted open shallop twenty-three feet long with eight ominous oars. “You, Edmund Steed, jump in,” Smith commanded, and a fair young man of twenty-five, dressed in the clothes of a scholar, obeyed. Soon all seven were aboard manning their oars while Captain Smith, barely five feet tall, stood approvingly on the dock, watching the little craft adjust to the weight”
James A. Michener, Chesapeake
Andrzej Sapkowski
“»Jag förstår inte hur ni kan vara vänner. Han är din motsats i allt.«
»Motsatserna dras till varandra.«”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
Francesca Lia Block
“When we don’t lay claim to our creative impulse to share what we believe to be true about ourselves and the world around us, an agony festers from self-diminishment, and another thorn is added to the daily existence that encircles us.”
Francesca Lia Block, The Thorn Necklace: Healing Through Writing and the Creative Process
Gabriel Sherman
“In hushed conversations around the halls, these young staffers wondered why the channel masked Ailes’s conservative aims with the “fair and balanced” slogan. One former producer remembered exchanges like this: “What is the crime in coming out and saying what we’re doing? Everyone knows this is what we’re doing.… Why do we have to keep it a secret? What’s this ‘fair and balanced’ thing the producers keep talking about behind the scenes? I don’t know why they don’t just say what it is. It’s so blatantly obvious.”
Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Francesca Lia Block
“Writing was my religion, my foremost purpose in life, my consolation. But as the years passed and I didn’t have the successes that others deemed the qualifications of a “real” writer, I went into hiding. I wrote, but I lost the strength of my words. I wrote, but with a doubt that needled each sentence, a lack of self-confidence that clouded my imagination. My boldness evaporated. My verve started to become a distant memory. I lost my truth.”
Francesca Lia Block, The Thorn Necklace: Healing Through Writing and the Creative Process
Deyth Banger
“Life is a whole assuption of many meanings.”
Deyth Banger
Gabriel Sherman
“Hannity & Colmes was another management challenge. Despite its bipartisan billing, the show was a vehicle for Sean Hannity’s right-wing politics. An Irish Catholic from Long Island, Hannity came of age as two revolutions, Reagan conservatism and right-wing talk radio, sent the country on a new course. He harbored dreams of becoming the next Bob Grant, the caustic New York City radio commentator who provided an outlet for incendiary views on blacks, Hispanics, and gays. Radio personalities like Grant, Hannity said, “taught me early on that a passionate argument could make a difference.” In his twenties, Hannity drifted. He tried college three times but dropped out. By the late 1980s, he was living in southern California working as a house painter. In his spare time, he called in to KCSB, the UC Santa Barbara college station, to inveigh against liberals and to defend the actions of his hero Colonel Oliver North in the Iran-Contra affair. His combative commentaries impressed the station management. Though he was not a student, Hannity was soon given an hour-long morning call-in show, which he titled The Pursuit of Happiness, a reference to Reagan’s 1986 Independence Day speech.”
Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Andrzej Sapkowski
“Jag har ett arbete åt dig.
Jag anade det. Det är sällan någon bjuder mig på kalas av ren vänlighet.”
Andrzej Sapkowski, The Last Wish
Gabriel Sherman
“O’Reilly also shared another significant Ailesian trait: he understood television news was nothing but a show. “Bill O’Reilly is one of the greatest bullshitters in the world,” Ailes’s brother, Robert, said. “He can talk about any subject, he can get the best out of his guest by taking the opposite point of view even if he doesn’t believe it.”
Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Rachel Held Evans
“We may wish for answers, but God rarely gives us answers. Instead, God gathers us up into soft, familiar arms and says, "Let me tell you a story.”
Rachel Held Evans
Rachel Held Evans
“Jesus did not simply die to save us from our sins; Jesus lived to save us from our sins. His life and teachings show us the way to liberation. But you can't fit all that on a bumper sticker. So we try to boil it down to a formula. Four steps. The "Romans Road." John 3:16. And yet the gospel itself, in its eternal scope and scandalous particularity, defies reduction.”
Rachel Held Evans, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again
Rachel Held Evans
“The kingdom, Jesus taught, is right here--present yet hidden, immanent yet transcendent. It is at hand--among us and beyond us, now and not-yet. The kingdom of heaven, he said, belongs to the poor, the meek, the peacemakers, the merciful, and those who hunger and thirst for God. It advances not through power and might, but through missions of mercy, kindness, and humility. In this kingdom, many who are last will be first and many who are first will be last. The rich don't usually get it, Jesus said, but children always do. This is a kingdom whose savior arrives not on a warhorse, but a donkey, not through triumph and conquest, but through death and resurrection. This kingdom is the only kingdom that will last.”
Rachel Held Evans, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again
Karl R. Popper
“All political parties have some sort of ‘vested interest’ in their opponent’s unpopular moves. They live by them and are therefore liable to dwell upon, to emphasize, and even to look forward to them. They may even encourage the political mistakes of their opponents as long as they can do so without becoming involved in the responsibility for them. This, together with Engels’ theory, has led some Marxist parties to look forward to the political moves made by their opponents against democracy. Instead of fighting such moves tooth and nail, they were pleased to tell their followers: ‘See what these people do. That is what they call democracy. That is what they call freedom and equality! Remember it when the day of reckoning comes.’ (An ambiguous phrase which may refer to election day or to the day of revolution.) This policy of letting one’s opponents expose themselves must, if extended to moves against democracy, lead to disaster. It is a policy of talking big and doing nothing in the face of real and increasing danger to democratic institutions. It is a policy of talking war and acting peace; and it taught the fascists the invaluable method of talking peace and acting war.”
Karl R. Popper, The Open Society and Its Enemies
Elin Hilderbrand
“She had thought it would descend over her like a fog, turning things fuzzy, coloring them gray. But depression was active, it paced back and forth wringing its hands.”
Elin Hilderbrand, The Island
Reham Khan
“But Moby wasn’t the sort of person who got things done,
although this was true for most people around Imran. He was surrounded by incompetent people who mainly liked complaining about each other. They were all so busy backstabbing that nothing ever got done. Imran quite enjoyed these nonstop emotionally draining conversations, and much of the day was spent texting back and forth over such petty turf issues.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan
Nic Stone
“Blake, though? Blake takes it too far. He’s dressed as a Klansman. He’s got on the white robe with the circular red and white cross patch on the chest, and he even has the pointed hood with the eyeholes cut out. If Jus didn’t know it was a costume, he’d be a little scared.”
Nic Stone, Dear Martin
Rachel Held Evans
“The good news is as epic as it gets, with universal theological implications, and yet the Bible tells it from the perspective of fishermen and farmers, pregnant ladies and squirmy kids. This story about the nature of God and God's relationship to humanity smells like mud and manger hay and tastes like salt and wine...It is the biggest story and the smallest story all at once--the great quest for the One Ring and the quiet friendship of Frodo and Sam.”
Rachel Held Evans, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again
Rachel Held Evans
“What I love about the Bible is that the story isn't over. There are still prophets in our midst. There are still dragons and beasts. It might not look like it, but the Resistance is winning. The light is breaking through.
So listen to the weirdos. Listen to the voices crying from the wilderness. They are pointing us to a new King and a better kingdom.”
Rachel Held Evans, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again
Rachel Held Evans
“In other words, the prophets are weirdos. More than anyone else in Scripture, they remind us that those odd ducks shouting from the margins of society may see things more clearly than the political and religious leaders with the inside track. We ignore them at our own peril.”
Rachel Held Evans, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again
Philippa Gregory
“and publishing. To take a thought and work on it, to render it into the clearest form possible, and then to send it out into the world – this is work so precious and so joyful that I am not surprised that men have kept it to themselves.”
Philippa Gregory, The Taming of the Queen
Rabindranath Tagore
“Rabindranath Tagore’s Vision of a Free India:

Where the mind is without fear
and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been
broken up into fragments
by narrow domestic walls; …
Where the clear stream of reason
has not lost its way into the
dreary desert sand of dead habit; …
Into that heaven of freedom,
my Father, let my country awake.

Quoted in: Passage from India to America: Billionaire Engineers, Extremist Politics & Advantage to Canada & China. By Ignatius Chithelen”
Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali and Other Stories
“When we give alms, it doesn't seem we have too much, but our assets increase when there's smile on the faces of those we helped; their smiles is our assets, our assets is their smile”
Emmanuel Cletus
Nic Stone
“Kyle: Right, dude. Like I totally don’t even see you as black, Manny! [Manny laughs at this, but Justyce can tell his heart isn’t in it. The statement makes Justyce think about those handcuffs… these fools might not “see” Manny “as black,” but Justyce knows damn well the police would.]”
Nic Stone, Dear Martin
David R. Hawkins
“From an analysis of its origins and dynamics, it can be summarized that guilt is but another form of egotism in which error is inflated instead of being relinquished to a higher power. God is not a sadist, so self-degradation or self-punishment serves neither God nor one’s fellowman.”
David R. Hawkins, Transcending the Levels of Consciousness: The Stairway to Enlightenment
Rabindranath Tagore
“Rabindranath Tagore’s Vision of a Free India:

Where the mind is without fear
and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been
broken up into fragments
by narrow domestic walls; …
Where the clear stream of reason
has not lost its way into the
dreary desert sand of dead habit; …
Into that heaven of freedom,
my Father, let my country awake.

Quoted in
Passage from India to America: Billionaire Engineers, Extremist Politics & Advantage to Canada & China.By Ignatius Chithelen”
Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali and Other Stories
Rabindranath Tagore
“Rabindranath Tagore’s Vision of a Free India:

Where the mind is without fear
and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been
broken up into fragments
by narrow domestic walls; …
Where the clear stream of reason
has not lost its way into the
dreary desert sand of dead habit; …
Into that heaven of freedom,
my Father, let my country awake.

Quoted in "Passage from India to America: Billionaire Engineers, Extremist Politics & Advantage to Canada & China." By Ignatius Chithelen”
Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali and Other Stories
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Susan Meissner
“We adjust to it. Somehow we figure out a way. We straighten what we can or learn how to like something a little crooked. That’s how it is. Something breaks, you fix it as best you can. There’s always a way to make something better, even if it means sweeping up the broken pieces and starting all over. That’s how we keep moving, keep breathing, keep opening our eyes every morning, even when the only thing we know for sure is that we’re still alive.”
Susan Meissner, As Bright as Heaven
“There'll always be a Jack, there'll always be a Rose and a Heart that'll always Go On and On”
Aditya Bisht
Susan Meissner
“Home isn’t a place where everything stays the same; it’s a place where you are safe and loved despite nothing staying the same. Change always happens. Always.”
Susan Meissner, As Bright as Heaven
Bethany-Kris
“If you’re funding, feeding, or fucking me, then I guess you can call me whatever the hell the you want, but only when you’re doing those things.”
Bethany-Kris, Effortless: A Legacy Novel
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Joanna  Cannon
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Charles Simic
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“Now I wish to make it quite clear that it is this prophecy of a possibly violent revolution which I consider, from the point of view of practical politics, by far the most harmful element in Marxism; and I think it will be better if I briefly explain the reason for my opinion before I proceed with my analysis. I am not in all cases and under all circumstances against a violent revolution. I believe with some medieval and Renaissance Christian thinkers who taught the admissibility of tyrannicide that there may indeed, under a tyranny, be no other possibility, and that a violent revolution may be justified. But I also believe that any such revolution should have as its only aim the establishment of a democracy; and by a democracy I do not mean something as vague as ‘the rule of the people’ or ‘the rule of the majority’, but a set of institutions (among them especially general elections, i.e. the right of the people to dismiss their government) which permit public control of the rulers and their dismissal by the ruled, and which make it possible for the ruled to obtain reforms without using violence, even against the will of the rulers. In other words, the use of violence is justified only under a tyranny which makes reforms without violence impossible, and it should have only one aim, that is, to bring about a state of affairs which makes reforms without violence possible. I do not believe that we should ever attempt to achieve more than that by violent means. For I believe that such an attempt would involve the risk of destroying all prospects of reasonable reform. The prolonged use of violence may lead in the end to the loss of freedom, since it is liable to bring about not a dispassionate rule of reason, but the rule of the strong man. A violent revolution which tries to attempt more than the destruction of tyranny is at least as likely to bring about another tyranny as it is likely to achieve its real aims.”
Karl R. Popper, The Open Society and Its Enemies

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