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86,232.  Questioning is not the mode of conversation among gentlemen.  It is assuming a superiority.  (Question & Superiority)  Samuel Johnson

 

 

94,487.  To me, Roger Moore’s Bond is basically the embodiment of effortless superiority.  (Great Britain & Culture & Superiority)  Dominic Sandbrook: Let Us Entertain You II: In With the Old

 

 

98,686.  The Great Man ... is colder, harder, less hesitating, and without fear of ‘opinion’; he lacks the virtues that accompany respect and ‘responsibility’, and altogether that is the ‘virtue of the herd’.  If he cannot lead, he goes alone ... He knows he is incommunicable: he finds it tasteless to be familiar ... When not speaking to himself, he wears a mask.  There is a solitude within him that is inaccessible to praise or blame.  (Genius & Greatness & Solitary & Superiority)  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

90,270.  I do not think, sir, you have any right to command me, merely because you are older than I, or because you have seen more of the world than I have; your claim to superiority depends on the use you have made of your time and experience.  (Superiority & Command & Equality)  Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre  

 

 

23,040.  We are each a separate human being, Brandon.  And with the right to live and work and think as individuals.  But with an obligation to the society we live in.  By what right do you dare say there is a superior few to which you belong?  (Murder & Individual & Society & Superiority)  Rope 1948 starring James Stewart & John Dall & Farley Granger & John Chandler & Cedric Hardwicke & Constance Collier & Douglas Dick & Edith Evanson et al, director Alfred Hitchcock, Stewart

 

 

24,945.  We did not choose to be the superior race; fate handed us that role.  (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine & Superiority)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Waltz s6e11, Gul Dukat to Sisko

 

 

55,937.  There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men.  True nobility lies in being superior to your former self.  (Nobel & Superiority)  Ernest Hemingway   

 

 

90,267.  Great minds are to make others great.  Their superiority is to be used, not to break the multitude to intellectual vassalage, not to establish over them a spiritual tyranny, but to rouse them from lethargy, and to aid them to judge for themselves.  (Superiority & Mind)  William Ellery Channing

 

 

90,268.  Women are systematically degraded by receiving the trivial attentions which men think it manly to pay to the sex, when, in fact, men are insultingly supporting their own superiority.  (Superiority & Women)  Mary Wollstonecraft  

 

 

90,269.  A solitary laugh is often a laugh of superiority.  (Superiority & Laugh)  Graham Greene

 

 

90,271.  I think women are foolish to pretend they are equal to men, they are far superior and always have been.  (Superiority & Women) William Golding, Lord of the Flies  

 

 

90,272.  There are thousands of degrees and variations, but it is always clearly the attitude of a person who finds his superiority in solving the complications of others.  Alfred Adler  

 

  

84,768.  Conceit, arrogance and egotism are the essentials of patriotism ... Patriotism assumes that our globe is divided into little spots, each one surrounded by an iron gate.  Those who had the fortune of being born on some particular spot, consider themselves better, nobler, grander, more intelligent than the living beings inhabiting any other spot.  It is, therefore, the duty of everyone living on that chosen spot to fight, kill, and die in the attempt to impose his superiority upon all others.  (Patriotism & Superiority)  Emma Goldman

 

 

138,769.  The Myth of Pristine Wilderness: a land with no people does not exist.  The idea that America was virgin land, a wilderness inhabited by non-people called savages, is a myth.  Only through killing and displacement does it become uninhabited.  Before the arrival of the British, north America was a continents villages, of nations, of confederations of nations.  (Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & Eugenics & Wilderness & Native Americans & United States of America & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  Exterminate All the Brutes IV: The Bright Colours of Fascism

 

138,770.  The Navy seal team members who carried out the assassination of Osama bin Laden on May 2nd 2011 were reporting in real time to President Obama, secretary of state Hillary Clinton and other officials in the sealed situation room.  Following the operation, the New York Daily News commented, ‘Along with the unseen pictures of Osama bin Laden’s corpse and questions about what Pakistan knew, intelligence officials’ reasons for dubbing the Al Qaeda boss ‘Geronimo’ remain one of the biggest mysteries of the Black Ops mission.’  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Assassinations: Bin Laden & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.    

 

138,771.  Kill anything that moves.  Take no prisoners.  In California, hunting Indians was both legal and profitable.  $5 a head, 50 cents a scalp.  In 1849 the American government paid more than a million dollars to Indian hunters.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Kill & Hunting & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.     

 

138,772.  Make America Great again, he said.  When exactly was it great?  I mean really great?  And for whom?  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Great & Trump & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.        

 

138,773.  In the beginning, the slaves had to clean the cotton with their bare hands.  The invention of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney would change everything.  But Cotton also destroyed the soil, while using slaves’ bodies like a commodity became the most lucrative enterprise around.  More profitable than all lands, banks, railroads, factories and gold products put together.  Slaves were used as collateral for mortgage, a newly developed tool of commerce.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Cotton & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.  

 

138,774.  By 1890, disarmed, held in concentration camps, their children taken away half starved, the Lakota and Dakota survivors   found a new resistance: ghost dancing.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Despotism & Concentration Camp)  ibid.     

 

138,775.  Wounded Knee Massacre: East Indians killed: 300; Survivors: 51 (4 men, 47 women), Army casualties: 25 dead.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Arms & War & Weapons & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Despotism)  ibid.    

 

138,776.  Frank Baum: The pioneer has before declared that our only safety depends on the total extermination of the Indians.  Having wronged them for centuries we had better in order to protect our civilisation follow it up by one more wrong and wipe these untamed and untamable creatures from the face of the Earth.  The fact is, the Native Americans are still here, and this is still their home … The real fight remains the fight for self-determination and restitution.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Despotism)  ibid.     

 

138,777.  As writer James Baldwin says, ‘There is scarcely any hope for the American dream.  Because people who are denied participation in it, by their very presence will wreck it.’   (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Dream & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.    

 

138,778.  Lost souls on a pile of human confusion.  The absence of any trace of empathy and genuine humanity is unbearable.  The nightmare is buried deep in our consciousness.  So deep that we do not recognise its ghosts.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Despotism)  ibid.             

 

138,779.  The limits of superiority: privilege makes you vulnerable, and panic blended with ignorance and bigotry creates anger.  Limitless and blinding anger.  Everyone else becomes the enemy.  The fortress becomes a prison  Everyone else looking in at you.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics)  ibid.    

 

138,780.  So educated Europeans today know how children die when the whip of debt and bombs whistle over poor countries.  It is not knowledge that is lacking … Imperialism is a biologically necessary process that according to the laws of nature leads to the inevitable destruction of the lower races.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Poor & Poverty)  ibid.    

 

138,781.  This knowledge is a fundamental prerequisite.  That is why the narrator can tell him story as he does in Conrad’s novel, Heart of Darkness.  He has no need to count the crimes Kurt committed.  He has no need to describe them.  He has no need to produce evidence.  For no-one doubted it.  (Racism & Immigration & Hate & Intolerance & Genocide & Civilisation & Empire & US Empire & Conquest & United States of America & Native Americans & Slavery & Oppression & Suppression & Superiority & Fascism & Eugenics & Book & Novel & Africa)  ibid.