„[...] art, I repeat, is much more fundamentally opposed to the ascetic ideal than is science. In art, lying is consecrated, and the desire for deception has good conscience on its side. Plato felt this instinctively – Plato, the greatest enemy of art whom Europe has ever produced. Plato versus Homer: this is absolute, genuine antagonism.“
„Do most modern historians perhaps reveal in their writing greater confidence in life and in their ideals? Their loftiest pretension is now to reflect what they see, repudiating all teleology; they will have nothing more to do with 'proving'; they disdain playing the judge, thus showing their good taste – they neither assert nor deny; they ascertain, they 'describe'. All this is to a high degree ascetic, but at the same time it is to a much greater degree nihilistic; let us make no mistake about this!“
–Nietzsche, On The Genealogy Of Morals, Third essay: § 25, ¶ 2; § 26, ¶ 1

„Ancient men conquered cities put them to the sword and fire, meanwhile you go to WINE BAR with "gf" and enjoy tasteful banter.. YOU ARE GAY!!“
–Bronze Age Pervert

„They say it is indecent if the sight of warfare pleases the gods. But it is not indecent; for the noble deeds please the gods. Again, wars and battles seem terrible to us, but to god not even they are terrible. For god makes all things contribute to the harmony of the universe, managing it commodiously – so Heraclitus says that to god all things are fair and just but men have supposed some things unjust others just [B 102].“
–Prophyry, Notes on Homer, on Iliad IV 4

„Of all God's creatures there is only one that cannot be made the slave of the lash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with a cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat.“
–Mark Twain

„When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become as corrupt as Europe.“
–Thomas Jefferson

„In a democracy people get the leaders they deserve.“
„Wherever an altar is found, there civilization exists.“
„Nothing great has great beginnings.“
Joseph de Maistre

„The Americans are the living refutation of the Cartesian axiom, 'I Think, therefore I am': Americans do not think, yet they are. The American 'mind,' puerile and primitive, lacks characteristic form and is therefore open to every kind of standardization.“
–Julius Evola

„Industry entirely left to itself, would soon fall to ruin, and a nation letting everything alone would commit suicide.“
–Friedrich List

„Innocence, once lost, can never be regained. Darkness, once gazed upon, can never be lost.“
–John Milton

„I'm always delighted by the light touch and stillness of early programming languages. Not much text; a lot gets done. Old programs read like quiet conversations between a well-spoken research worker and a well-studied mechanical colleague, not as a debate with a compiler. Who'd have guessed sophistication bought such noise?“
–Dick Gabriel

„Too much loving neighbor, not enough loving God.“
–Terry A. Davis

„Утрото е по-мъдро от вечерта."