Dystopian Author Quotes

February 22, 2020
Idealism has devolved into madness.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #12

Ralph Peters Idealism has devolved into madness.
February 22, 2020
A nation that is Christian at its heart doesn't need to write it into law.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #11

Ralph Peters A nation that is Christian at its heart doesn’t need to write it into law.
February 22, 2020
A soldier's longing to talk about his experiences of battle is a wound that never heals.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #10

Ralph Peters A soldier’s longing to talk about his experiences of battle is a wound that never heals.
February 22, 2020
Each day, each one of us chooses not to do many things that would be legal but offensive to those around us.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #9

Ralph Peters
February 22, 2020
If there is a single power the West underestimates, it is the power of collective hatred.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #8

Ralph Peters If there is a single power the West underestimates, it is the power of collective hatred.
February 22, 2020
Human beings may hate a distant enemy in theory, but they generally prefer to kill their neighbors.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #7

Ralph Peters Human beings may hate a distant enemy in theory, but they generally prefer to kill their neighbors.
February 22, 2020
A Hamas terrorist, a UN aid worker and a journalist walked into a Gaza hookah bar. And no one could tell who was who.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #6

Ralph Peters A Hamas terrorist, a UN aid worker and a journalist walked into a Gaza hookah bar. And no one could tell who was who.
February 22, 2020
Social peace requires reciprocity.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #5

Ralph Peters Social peace requires reciprocity.
February 22, 2020
We [the U.S.] think nothing... of attempting to inflict upon other peoples forms of government ill-tailored to their needs.

Ralph Peters Dystopian Author Quote #4

Ralph Peters We [the U.S.] think nothing… of attempting to inflict upon other peoples forms of government ill-tailored to their needs.