Threats To Democracy Famous Quotes & Sayings

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25 Threats To Democracy Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Threats To Democracy Sayings By Amanda Hocking: You have a duty to yourself to be happy!" Loki insisted."No, i dont," i said. You have a duty to yourself to be happy!" Loki insisted.
"No, i dont," i said. "I have too much here. And lets not forget that i have a fiance".
"Dont marry him," he scoffed at the idea of it. "Marry me instead. — Amanda Hocking
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Threats To Democracy Sayings By T. Rafael Cimino: The greatest threats to Democracy are comfort and apathy. The greatest threats to Democracy are comfort and apathy. — T. Rafael Cimino
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Threats To Democracy Sayings By Margaret Thatcher: I am not one who, to quote an American author, believes that democracy and enterprise I am not one who, to quote an American author, believes that democracy and enterprise have finally won the battle of ideas - that we have therefore arrived at the end of history, and there is nothing left to fight for. That would be unutterably complacent, indeed foolish. There will always be threats to freedom, not only from frontal assaults, but more insidiously by erosion from within. — Margaret Thatcher
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Threats To Democracy Sayings By Carl B. Hamilton: The threats against democracy today are in general completely normal. They walk around in costume The threats against democracy today are in general completely normal. They walk around in costume and tie. — Carl B. Hamilton
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Threats To Democracy Sayings By Ramez Naam: And Kade understood why. They were a tribal species. They'd evolved in a world where And Kade understood why. They were a tribal species. They'd evolved in a world where a few dozen men and women made up a tribe, and virtually all others were enemies, threats. They lacked the cognitive capabilities necessary to collaborate on this scale. They'd done their best with democracy, with capitalism, but those had reached their limit long ago. They'd been corrupted, twisted to the interests of a few individuals, when the greatest problems the world faced were problems of collective interest. He — Ramez Naam
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Threats To Democracy Sayings By Seneca The Younger: That grief is light which can take counsel. That grief is light which can take counsel. — Seneca The Younger
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Man belongs to his Maker. Man belongs to his Maker. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Helen Gurley Brown: Some bosses are so greedy (for themselves only) they forget underlings are not thirteenth-century peasants Some bosses are so greedy (for themselves only) they forget underlings are not thirteenth-century peasants who can be satisfied with a glass of mead and three festivals a year. — Helen Gurley Brown
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Kiera Cass: I'd hate for you to lose him because you were afraid. I'd hate for you to lose him because you were afraid. — Kiera Cass
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Sara Zarr: I don't want to pretend like I'm some intellectual person who understands Flannery O'Connor. I don't want to pretend like I'm some intellectual person who understands Flannery O'Connor. — Sara Zarr
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Lara Stone: Being sexy is something inside, and not everybody has it. Being sexy is something inside, and not everybody has it. — Lara Stone
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Accept what comes to you totally & completely so that you can appreciate it, learn Accept what comes to you totally & completely so that you can appreciate it, learn from it & then let it go. — Deepak Chopra
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Andrew Holleran: Imagine a pleasure in which the moment of satisfaction is simultaneous with the moment of Imagine a pleasure in which the moment of satisfaction is simultaneous with the moment of destruction: to kiss is to poison; lifting to your lips this face after which you have ached, dreamed, longed for, the face shatters, every time. — Andrew Holleran
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Jean Francois Revel: Democracy tends to ignore, even deny, threats to its existence because it loathes doing what Democracy tends to ignore, even deny, threats to its existence because it loathes doing what is needed to counter them," explained Revel. "It awakens only when the danger becomes deadly, imminent, and evident. By then, either there is too little time left for it to save itself, or the price of survival has become crushingly high. — Jean Francois Revel
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Dianna Agron: If I'm traveling, I'll take a film camera and a digital camera because sometimes there If I'm traveling, I'll take a film camera and a digital camera because sometimes there are moments where, if you've lost it, or if coming back and it accidentally goes through the X-ray machine and it gets overexposed, you might have had a really important moment to you and you would be really upset that you didn't have a back-up. — Dianna Agron
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Eric D. Weitz: . And it especially cannot endure when powerful groups in that society seek at every . And it especially cannot endure when powerful groups in that society seek at every turn to undermine and destroy its very being. The threats to democracy are not always from enemies abroad. They can come from those within who espouse the language of democracy and use the liberties afforded them by democratic institutions to undermine the substance of democracy. Weimar cautions us to be wary of those people as well. What comes next can be very bad, even worse than imaginable. — Eric D. Weitz
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Lisa J. Shultz: I entered the picture in the eleventh hour as a guide to the exit of I entered the picture in the eleventh hour as a guide to the exit of his life. I navigated as best I could the role of end-of-life shepherd - a journey that I had never taken before. I have to forgive myself for what I did not know. And I have to forgive him for the times that he felt unequipped to deal with the unknown. — Lisa J. Shultz
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Deborah Levy: I can't stand THE DEPRESSED. It's like a job, it's the only thing they work I can't stand THE DEPRESSED. It's like a job, it's the only thing they work hard at. Oh good my depression is very well today. Oh good today I have another mysterious symptom and I will have another one tomorrow. The DEPRESSED are full of hate and bile and when they are not having panic attacks they are writing poems. What do they want their poems to DO? Their depression is the most VITAL thing about them. Their poems are threats. ALWAYS threats. There is no sensation that is keener or more active than their pain. They give nothing back except their depression. It's just another utility. Like electricity and water and gas and democracy. They could not survive without it. — Deborah Levy
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Benazir Bhutto: The forces of moderation and democracy must, and will, prevail against extremism and dictatorship. I The forces of moderation and democracy must, and will, prevail against extremism and dictatorship. I will not be intimidated ... Despite threats of death, I will not acquiesce to tyranny, but rather lead the fight against it. — Benazir Bhutto
Threats To Democracy Sayings By George Kelling: For police themselves, the consequence of [911 policing] has been the emergence of a siege For police themselves, the consequence of [911 policing] has been the emergence of a siege mentality...the alienation of officers from the communities they police interferes with the effective exercise of their basic authority, forcing police to rely inordinately on the use of force. As strangers, police feel compelled to draw upon 'preemptively coercive means such as intimidation and threats' if not the direct application of force...not only is such coercion antithetical to policing a democracy, it may create the very resistance it is intended to forestall, and lead to self-fulfilling prophecies and a downward spiral in which police become more aggressive and youths embittered and resistant. — George Kelling
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Barack Obama: When our government is spoken of as some menacing, threatening foreign entity, it ignores the When our government is spoken of as some menacing, threatening foreign entity, it ignores the fact that, in our democracy, government is us. — Barack Obama
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Nicolas Ghesquiere: Your priority has to be the creativity - and build a brand. That's what everybody Your priority has to be the creativity - and build a brand. That's what everybody did - Balenciaga, Dior, Saint Laurent. That's the smart thing to do. — Nicolas Ghesquiere
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: The potential for the abuse of power through digital networks - upon which we the The potential for the abuse of power through digital networks - upon which we the people now depend for nearly everything, including our politics - is one of the most insidious threats to democracy in the Internet age. — Rebecca MacKinnon
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Hanya Yanagihara: I really don't have anything urgent to say, and I think you shouldn't write unless I really don't have anything urgent to say, and I think you shouldn't write unless you have something urgent to say. Sometimes that troubles me, and sometimes I don't really care. — Hanya Yanagihara
Threats To Democracy Sayings By Glenn Tipton: There are a lot better musicians than me out there that just haven't had the There are a lot better musicians than me out there that just haven't had the luck to fall into everything like I have. — Glenn Tipton