Tag Archives: enemy

I will never become my enemy.

Yet we can learn from our enemy. We can even learn to become more like them.

Neo-fascism is neo-colonialism.

We will never defeat an enemy who bears a truth in distorted form without accepting that truth in its true form.

How do you know we’re friends?

Well, you can talk to your friends. That’s what friends are for.

Learn from your enemy, democrats.

Learn, first of all, that there are friends and enemies.

Michael Oakeshott, conservative.

How easy it is to love this enemy!

Flattery.

Be wary of the friend who emphasizes how right you are whenever you state some trivial truth. They must take you for an imbecile or an enemy.

Every binary implies a triad.

To take a political example: there are friends, enemies, and neutrals.

Nyugen, “The Sympathizer.”

It is a curiously abstract—one might even say academic—politics that takes sides easily.

This is not a war.

There is no such thing as an intellectual enemy.

Your enemy rots in a prison.

If you are anything like me, this fantasy elicits compassion to the same degree it satisfies an urge to inflict suffering.