Evil Men Quotes

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Idowu Koyenikan
“There is no denying that there is evil in this world but the light will always conquer the darkness.”
Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

“The most dangerous people in the world are not the tiny minority instigating evil acts, but those who do the acts for them. For example, when the British invaded India, many Indians accepted to work for the British to kill off Indians who resisted their occupation. So in other words, many Indians were hired to kill other Indians on behalf of the enemy for a paycheck. Today, we have mercenaries in Africa, corporate armies from the western world, and unemployed men throughout the Middle East killing their own people - and people of other nations - for a paycheck. To act without a conscience, but for a paycheck, makes anyone a dangerous animal. The devil would be powerless if he couldn't entice people to do his work. So as long as money continues to seduce the hungry, the hopeless, the broken, the greedy, and the needy, there will always be war between brothers.”
Suzy Kassem

Nenia Campbell
“Just remember,” he told her. “If you run from me, I will pursue.”
Nenia Campbell, Fearscape

Nenia Campbell
“If evil had a laugh, she thought it would sound like his.”
Nenia Campbell, Black Beast

E.A. Bucchianeri
“Faustus, who embraced evil and shunned righteousness, became the foremost symbol of the misuse of free will, that sublime gift from God with its inherent opportunity to choose virtue and reject iniquity. “What shall a man gain if he has the whole world and lose his soul,” (Matt. 16: v. 26) - but for a notorious name, the ethereal shadow of a career, and a brief life of fleeting pleasure with no true peace? This was the blackest and most captivating tragedy of all, few could have remained indifferent to the growing intrigue of this individual who apparently shook hands with the devil and freely chose to descend to the molten, sulphuric chasm of Hell for all eternity for so little in exchange. It is a drama that continues to fascinate today as powerfully as when Faustus first disseminated his infamous card in the Heidelberg locale to the scandal of his generation. In fine, a life of good or evil, the hope of Heaven or the despair of Hell, Faustus stands as a reminder that the choice between these two absolutes also falls to us.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Faust: My Soul Be Damned for the World Volume 1

Nenia Campbell
“You're like a half-tamed creature, still shy of the bridle. 'Except you enthrall me, never shall be free.' But freedom is an illusion, anyway.”
Nenia Campbell, Fearscape

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“The universe runs on the principle that one who can exert the most evil on other creatures runs the show.”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

Celsus
“…evils are not caused by God; rather, that they are a part of the nature of matter and of mankind; that the period of mortal life is the same from beginning to end, and that because things happen in cycles, what is happening now — evils that is — happened before and will happen again.”
Celsus, On the True Doctrine: A Discourse Against the Christians

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“If we believe that god is the creator of evil, maybe there is evil also in heaven, if that is the case, we are not out of the woods yet”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

Donna Galanti
“If I become like you, then how can I live with all the things I've done?” - X-10”
Donna Galanti

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Envy: Instead of focusing on your own goals, your goal becomes throwing off the rails other people’s goals and at the end of the day you gain nothing but a mischievous satisfaction that you have destroyed someone’s dream”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

“The source of evil is desire, greed, and anger.”
Aleksandra Layland, Of Wisdom and Valor: The Art of War. The Path of Peace.

“O [Roman] people be ashamed; be ashamed of your lives. Almost no cities are free of evil dens, are altogether free of impurities, except the cities in which the barbarians have begun to live...

Let nobody think otherwise, the vices of our bad lives have alone conquered us...

The Goths lie, but are chaste, the Franks lie, but are but are generous, the Saxons are savage in cruelty...but are admirable in chastity...what hope can there be [for the Romans] when the barbarians are more pure [than they]?"

-Salvian”
William J Federer, Change to Chains-The 6,000 Year Quest for Control -Volume I-Rise of the Republic

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“The most savage of human kind are the most advanced”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Glenn Meade
“I am reminded of the query made about man's inhumanity to man in the concentration camps. The question was asked: At Auschwitz, tell me, where was God?

And the answer came: Where was man?

For it was men alone who did this evil. Not God or religion or men acting in the name of God or religion. But simply men.”
Glenn Meade, The Last Witness

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Stop blaming evil on the Devil, blame it on the Creator of everything, if you don't understand, ask Him or at least hope that someday He will reveal it to you”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Blood thirsty has nothing to do with guns and swords, it has all to do with vindictive inclinations”
Bangambiki Habyarimana

Harold Bloom
“According to the myth, Prometheus steal fire to free us; Iago steals us as fresh fodder for the fire.”
Harold Bloom, Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Good at the wrong place and time becomes evil; evil in the right place and time becomes good.”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

E.A. Bucchianeri
“... Faustus ... dared to confirm he had advanced beyond the level of a scarlet sinner — he was a conscious follower of the Prince of Darkness. The fact he could publicly project an Antichrist image with pride, having no fear of reprisal, and his seeming diabolical art of escaping all punishment when others who were considered heretics had burned at the stake for less, would certainly signal that an unnatural individual walked in their midst. It is true in many respects he assumed the role of the charlatan, yet how apropos, considering his willingness to follow his ‘brother-in-law’ known as the Father of Lies and deception.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Faust: My Soul Be Damned for the World: Volume I

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“As man becomes more technologically advanced, his barbarity becomes even more lethal”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

“There’s so much hate in this world, but the most despicable are those who find themselves entitled to hate because of mass opinion.”
Radhika Mundra

“Patrice had long since buried the particulars of events so painful that they caused her to resolve only to see good. With such a stance, such as dissociative split, she could walk with evil and believe it did not exist. She was Joe's perfect mate.”
Judith Spencer, Satans High Priest

Freedom Matthews
“I didn't falter and together we matched, step for step. Each swing of the sword was blocked, each step countered. No blade ever made contact with flash. We twirled around; my concentration far too focussed to feel dizzy. All I could see was Macrucio's wicked smirk, one that reminded me far more of my past than even Nathaniel did. I wasn't fighting Macrucio now; it was my former life I had to eradicate.”
Freedom Matthews, Inherited

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“There is no one who is completely evil as to lack some goodness in him.”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Book of Wisdom

“The more you conquer fear, the more you become stronger.., For that don't let the More Evil in.”
Sharath Nazre

“No book dropped from "up there". If it did, you say, then something is screwed up somewhere between your neck, and the top of your head.”
Fakeer Ishavardas

Theodore Roosevelt
“To sit home, read one's favorite paper, and scoff at the misdeeds of the men who do things is easy, but it is markedly ineffective. It is what evil men count upon the good men's doing.”
Theodore Roosevelt, Quotations of Theodore Roosevelt

“When you allow evil to live, evil will come in, and if evils are not addressed, properly, evil will dominate.”
Henry Johnson Jr.

“Vile people displayed no gift for poetry or aptitude to display kindness. The Captain could not stretch the lineament of his mind beyond his own hide. He did not see his shadow. He could not hear the Parnassus muse whose voice raps at the hidden door of the poet’s soul. He had no coyote spirit to guide him; he was unable to comprehend the passionate wilderness of life. He could not talk to nature. He could not make friends with the thunder and he could not see beauty in the lightning. He did not open his bedroom window to let in the sweet smell of night rain. His hooded eyes did not glow in the moonlight. He did not appreciate the taste of quaintness. He could not sense the feelings of other people who soaked in the rose scented silence of a sunset. He was incapable of oneness. He never discovered how to dance barefooted for pure joy under a sprinkle of stars or take a knee in a meadow of tears mourning other people’s sorrow.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

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