William Lyon Mackenzie quotes

  • It seems that I have spent my entire life trying to make life more rational and that it was all wasted effort.

  • I began to study again, and now for the first time really achieved an understanding of the content of the Jew Karl Marx's life effort. Only now did his Capital become really intelligible to me, and also the struggle of the Social Democracy against the national economy, which aims only to prepare the ground for the domination of truly international finance and stock exchange capital.

  • In an effort to get the work of the Lord done we often lose contact with the Lord of work.

  • So, to praise others for their virtues - Can but encourage one's own efforts

  • The insistence on complete certainty about the full details of global warming-the most serious threat we have ever faced-is actually an effort to avoid facing the awful, uncomfortable truth: that we must act boldly, decisively, comprehensively, and quickly, even before we know every last detail about the crisis. Those who continue to argue that the appropriate response is merely additional research are simply seeking to camouflage timidity or protect their vested interest in the status quo.

  • Book dedication To myself, without whose inspired and tireless efforts this book would not have been possible.

  • Alright, remember, alcohol equals puke equals smelly mess equals nobody likes you.

  • Tonight I'm the designated drinker.

  • There was a thing called Heaven; but all the same they used to drink enormous quantities of alcohol.

  • I thought such awful thoughts that I cannot even say them out loud because they would make Jesus want to drink gin straight out of the cat dish.

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