„After 1994, we did many things. We had Fiuggi, there was a confrontation. I'd say that today one cannot say it for sure. Today, I would not say it again [that Mussolini was the greatest political leader of the century. ]“

La Stampa http://archivio.lastampa.it/LaStampaArchivio/main/History/tmpl_viewObj.jsp?objid=3435107, 23 January 2002, p. 7.

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Gianfranco Fini
italienischer Politiker 1952

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„Today we say all art is political. But I'd say all art has to do with ethics. Which after all really comes to the same thing. It's a matter of attitudes.“

—  Ingmar Bergman Swedish filmmaker 1918 - 2007

Jonas Sima interview <!-- pages 176-178 -->
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Kontext: Today we say all art is political. But I'd say all art has to do with ethics. Which after all really comes to the same thing. It's a matter of attitudes. … All this talk about me standing aside, cutting myself off and so forth, has always amazed me... I've stated, firmly and clearly, that though as an artist I'm not politically involved, I obviously am an expression of the society I live in. Anything else would be grotesque. But I don't make propaganda for either one attitude or the other. No. As I told you, I vote for the Social Democrats. Their way of solving social problems comes closest to what I regard as decent. That I also find their actual solutions odd in many ways is another matter...

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„Mussolini was the greatest political leader of the century.“

—  Gianfranco Fini Italian politician 1952

from an interview given to Alberto Statera published in La Stampa in April 1994

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„[On Mussolini as the greatest political leader of the century] The answer is in the things I've done in the last years. I don't think the same anymore, I would be schyzophrenic.“

—  Gianfranco Fini Italian politician 1952

cited in Corriere della sera http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/2009/marzo/26/Fini_Mussolini_piu_grande_Ora_co_9_090326029.shtml, 26 March 2009, p. 14.

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„We always say, one day we will laugh at this. I always try to make sure that this one day is today…“

—  Jacob Aagaard Danish-born Scottish chess grandmaster 1973

"Are chess players intelligent?" Quality Chess Blog (6 October 2010) http://www.qualitychess.co.uk/blog/?p=630

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„What I'm saying today is that we must go from this convention and say, "America, you must be born again!" And so, I conclude by saying today that we have a task, and let us go out with a divine dissatisfaction.“

—  Martin Luther King, Jr. American clergyman, activist, and leader in the American Civil Rights Movement 1929 - 1968

1960s, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (1967)

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„I would dare say that today this species is facing a very real and true danger of extinction, and no one can be sure, listen to this well, no one can be sure that it will survive this danger.“

—  Fidel Castro former First Secretary of the Communist Party and President of Cuba 1926 - 2016

University of Havana address (2005)
Kontext: I would dare say that today this species is facing a very real and true danger of extinction, and no one can be sure, listen to this well, no one can be sure that it will survive this danger.
Well, the fact that the species would not survive was discussed about 2,000 years ago. I remember that when I was a student I heard of the Apocalypse, a book of prophesy in the Bible. Apparently, 2000 years ago someone realized that this weak species could one day disappear.

John Von Neumann Foto

„If you say why not bomb them tomorrow, I say why not today? If you say today at five o' clock, I say why not one o' clock?“

—  John Von Neumann Hungarian-American mathematician and polymath 1903 - 1957

As quoted in "The Passing of a Great Mind" by Clay Blair, Jr., in LIFE Magazine (25 February 1957), p. 96

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„Serenely full, the epicure would say,
Fate cannot harm me, I have dined today.“

—  Sydney Smith English writer and clergyman 1771 - 1845

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„Did I say that? One says so many things, and the problem is they all get written down.“

—  John Ashbery poet from the United States 1927 - 2017

In response to the question "Why do you call yourself anti-art?," Bard College, 2005

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„I would say that we are the only defenders left of liberty in a world of Fascists. … these fascists and communists are the successors today of the wars of the sects.“

—  Stanley Baldwin Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1867 - 1947

Conversation with Thomas Jones (27 February 1934), quoted in Thomas Jones, A Diary with Letters. 1931-1950 (Oxford University Press, 1954), p. 124.
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„I can stand here today, leader of the Labour Party, Prime Minister, and say to the British people: you have never had it so … prudent.“

—  Tony Blair former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1953

Tony Blair's speech in full http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/460009.stm, BBC News online
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„Today the Republican Party attracts neither the farmer nor the industrial worker. Why not? To represent the people one must know them. Lincoln did. The Republican Party leadership does not. The greatest praise I can give Lincoln on this his anniversary is to say he would be ashamed of his party's leadership today.“

—  George Aiken American politician 1892 - 1984

1938 radio broadcast from New York City marking Abraham Lincoln's birthday, quoted in Vermont Today, Vermont's Great Moments of the 20th Century http://www.vermonttoday.com/century/topstories/gaiken.htm

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„Paul Valéry has no hesitation in saying that the greatest evils today are elections and diplomas.“

—  André Maurois French writer 1885 - 1967

Un Art de Vivre (The Art of Living) (1939), The Art of Leadership

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„Today it may seem hard that we cannot mark this special anniversary as we would wish. Instead we remember from our homes and our doorsteps. But our streets are not empty; they are filled with the love and the care that we have for each other. And when I look at our country today, and see what we are willing to do to protect and support one another, I say with pride that we are still a nation those brave soldiers, sailors and airmen would recognise and admire.“

—  Isabel II do Reino Unido queen of the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and head of the Commonwealth of Nations 1926

Address to the UK on the 75th anniversary of VE Day, which occurred during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, 08/05/2020 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/the-queen-ve-day-speech-read-full-a9506226.html.

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„Many people have said many things. I can only say I did not consciously go after dance. It found me.“

—  Rukmini Devi Arundale Indian Bharatnatyam dancer 1904 - 1986

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„I never say the things I really want to. If I did, I'd have no friends.“

—  Chelsea Handler American comedian, actress, author and talk show host 1975

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