„As long as imperialism exists it will, by definition, exert its domination over other countries. Today that domination is called neocolonialism.“

Afro-Asian Conference (1965)

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marxistischer Revolutionär 1928 - 1967

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„As long as we give room for domination and the dominators, there will be worries and worried people. Poverty and pestilence will live eternally in the country“

—  Periyar E. V. Ramasamy Tamil politician and social reformer 1879 - 1973

Quoted in “Collected works of Periyar E.V.R.”, p. 54.

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„I am surprised to see that today everything that does not amount to surrender pure and simple to generalized capitalism, let us call it thus, is considered to be archaic or old-fashioned, as though in a way there existed no other definition of what it means to be modern than, quite simply, to be at all times caught in the dominant forms of the moment.“

—  Alain Badiou French writer and philosopher 1937

From Can Change Be Thought? A Dialogue with Alain Badiou by Bruno Bosteels, in Alain Badiou: Philosophy And Its Conditions, edited by Gabriel Riera. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005. ISBN 0791465047.

„The capitalist state exists to ensure the domination of one class over another.“

—  Eric Wolf American anthropologist 1923 - 1999

Quelle: Europe and the People Without History, 1982, Chapter 10, Crises and Differentiation in Capitalism, p. 308.

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„Perhaps he would never have dared to raise his eyes, but that, though the piping was now hushed, the call and the summons seemed still dominant and imperious.“

—  Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows

Quelle: The Wind in the Willows (1908), Ch. 7
Kontext: Perhaps he would never have dared to raise his eyes, but that, though the piping was now hushed, the call and the summons seemed still dominant and imperious. He might not refuse, were Death himself waiting to strike him instantly, once he had looked with mortal eye on things rightly kept hidden. Trembling he obeyed, and raised his humble head; and then, in that utter clearness of the imminent dawn, while Nature, flushed with fullness of incredible colour, seemed to hold her breath for the event, he looked in the very eyes of the Friend and Helper; saw the backward sweep of the curved horns, gleaming in the growing daylight; saw the stern, hooked nose between the kindly eyes that were looking down on them humourously, while the bearded mouth broke into a half-smile at the corners; saw the rippling muscles on the arm that lay across the broad chest, the long supple hand still holding the pan-pipes only just fallen away from the parted lips; saw the splendid curves of the shaggy limbs disposed in majestic ease on the sward; saw, last of all, nestling between his very hooves, sleeping soundly in entire peace and contentment, the little, round, podgy, childish form of the baby otter. All this he saw, for one moment breathless and intense, vivid on the morning sky; and still, as he looked, he lived; and still, as he lived, he wondered.

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„Domination has its own aesthetics, and democratic domination has its democratic aesthetics.“

—  Herbert Marcuse, buch Der eindimensionale Mensch

Quelle: One-Dimensional Man (1964), p. 65

„The desire to be primitive was very much a function of fin-de-siècle imperialism; it appealed to strong egos and domineering minds.“

—  Robert Hughes Australian critic, historian, writer 1938 - 2012

"Introduction: The Decline of the City of Mahagonny"
Nothing If Not Critical (1991)

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„There is an imperialism that deserves all honor and respect — an imperialism of service in the discharge of great duties. But with too many it is the sense of domination and aggrandisement, the glorification of power. The price of peace is eternal vigilance.“

—  Leonard H. Courtney British politician 1832 - 1918

As quoted in The Life Of Lord Courtney (1920) by G. P. Gooch
The statement "The price of peace is eternal vigilance" has been widely attributed to others, including George Marshall, however even Courtney's use of it is probably derived from an earlier statement with several variants:
The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.
Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.

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„USA Today is back-formed from the Assumed Dominant Mind of television.“

—  George W. S. Trow American writer 1943 - 2006

My Pilgrim’s Progress (1999)

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„Today, international relations are dominated by a many-faceted world-wide confrontation“

—  Houari Boumédiène Huari Bumedien 1932 - 1978

1974 speech to United Nations https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/03/12/nl740444/preview/page/1/

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„We are witnessing history. This is the most dominant athlete on planet earth today.“

—  Roger Federer Swiss tennis player 1981

Jim Courier, former world No.1, while commentating on Australia's Channel Seven in 2007 http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200701/25/eng20070125_344854.html

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„What makes the mind fall in love dominates your existence.“

—  Prevale Italian DJ and producer 1983

Original: ​Ciò che innamora la mente domina la tua esistenza.
Quelle: prevale.net

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