Top Zuma Quotes

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1. "Od tada pokušavam da razumijem te ljude. Ali mi loše ide: oni se krecu u prostoru kolektivnog iracionalnog, a ako vas je Bog kaznio pa u vas usadio malo razuma, teško je probiti se kroz taj svijet džinovskih pecurki na cijim klobucima raste mahovina u obliku krsta i cetiri slova 'S', svijet nadrkanih, bijelih zeceva koji predvode horde bivših opštinskih cinovnika pretvorene u koljacke paravojske nalivene šljivovicom, svijet ludog šeširdžije koji se svakog božica preoblaci u pravoslavnog patrijarha, vadi svoj casovnik i mahnitu zemlju iza izvrnutog zrcala, u kojem se ogleda Evropa, obaviještava da Hrist nije roden 25. decembra, nego 7. januara, i da Nova godina ne pocinje prvog, nego cetrnaestog januara."
Author: Andrej Nikolaidis
2. "And the blood remembers what the heart has never learned. The approach to kill. ("The Moon Of Montezuma")"
Author: Cornell Woolrich
3. "If the life of natural things, millions of years old, does not seem sacred to us, then what can be sacred? Human vanity alone? Contempt for the natural world is contempt for life. The domination of nature leads to the domination of human nature. Anything becomes permissible. We return once more to the nightmare cultures of Hitler, Stalin, King Philip II, Montezuma, Caligula, Heliogabalus, Herod, the Pharaohs; Christ sacrificed himself in vain."
Author: Edward Abbey
4. "The anarch is (I am simplifying) on the side of gold: it fascinates him, like everything that eludes society. Gold has its own immeasurable might. It need only show itself, and society with its law and order is in jeopardy.The anarch is on the side of gold : this is not to be construed as a lust for gold. He recognizes gold as the central and immobile power. He loves it, not like Cortez, but like Montezuma, not like Pizarro but like Atahualpa ...."
Author: Ernst Jünger
5. "Dosta je bilo! - izusti odlucno i svecano. - Dalje od mene, utvare, izmišljene strepnje, prividenja!... Ima još života! Zar nisam sad maloprije živio? Nije mi se još život ugasio s onom babuskarom! Bog da joj duši dao lako i... i dosta je bilo, bakice, vrijeme da se smirite! Sad je zavladalo kraljevstvo razuma i svijetla i... i volje, i snage... i da vidimo sada! Da se ogledamo! - dometne pakosno, kao da se obraca nekoj mracnoj sili i izaziva je."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
6. "Razum naj bi razširil zaznavanje, da bi vaša zaznavna moc in kompleksnost lahko rasli in ne škodovali. Izkušnje razuma so izkušnje znanja. Znanje je moc in za vsako raven znanja odgovarjate, kako ga uporabljate. Znanje, ki preprosto pride v vas in ga nekako ne predelate in uporabite v korist drugih, ima lahko še kako poguben ucinek na vaše telo. Karmicne obveznosti, ki jih ustvarjate z naklepno zlorabo z znanja, ce zavestno škodujete ali v drugih ustvarjate nasprotja, so vecje, kot ce to povzrocate nevede."
Author: Gary Zukav
7. "Ne valja kada covecanstvo prenapreze mozak i pomocu razuma pokusava da uredjuje stvari koje uopste nisu pristupacne razumu. Tada se radjaju ideali kao sto su ideali Amerikanaca ili Boljsevika, koji su, i jedni i drugi neobicno razumni, ali koji ipak vrse nasilje i pljacku nad zivotom, jer ga tako naivno uproscuju. Slika coveka, nekada visok ideal, pocinje da se pretvara u klise. Mozda cemo je mi ludaci oplemeniti."
Author: Hermann Hesse
8. "The meals were served in a large hall, in which Moctezuma was accustomed to eat, and the dishes quite filled the room, which was covered with mats and kept very clean."
Author: Hernando Cortes
9. "The majority in this country have not seen anything wrong with Zuma. I go with the overwhelming feeling of this country. If the majority say, 'Zuma, do this,' I will do it."
Author: Jacob Zuma
10. "My dear fellow,' Burlingame said, 'we sit here on a blind rock careening through space; we are all of us rushing headlong to the grave. Think you the worms will care, when anon they make a meal of you, whether you spent your moment sighing wigless in your chamber, or sacked the golden towns of Montezuma? Lookee, the day's nigh spent; 'tis gone careening into time forever. Not a tale's length past we lined our bowels with dinner, and already they growl for more. We are dying men, Ebenezer: i'faith, there's time for naught but bold resolves!"
Author: John Barth
11. "Und Schönheit ist kein Bedürfnis, sondern eine Verzückung.Sie ist weder ein dürstender Mund noch eine leere ausgestreckte Hand,Sondern ein entflammtes Herz und eine verzauberte Seele.Sie ist weder das Bild, das ihr sehen möchtet, noch das Lied, das ihr hören möchtet,Sondern ein Bild, das ihr seht, obwohl ihr eure Augen zumacht, und ein Lied, das ihr hört, obwohl ihr eure Ohren verschließt."
Author: Kahlil Gibran
12. "Adimi onun agzindan isitmek nedense beni daha özel biri haline getiriyor..Omzuma dokunuyor. " Çok duyarlisin. Senin bu yanini seviyorum." ‘Sen' ve ‘seviyorum' sözcüklerini söyledigi anda içimde muhtesem bir duygu geziniyor. Tanrim, keske diger iki sözcügü cümlesinden atsaydi..."
Author: Mahbod Seraji
13. "There is one key area in which Zuma has made no attempt at reconciliation whatsoever: criminal justice and security. The ministers of justice, defence, intelligence (now called 'state security' in a throwback to both apartheid and the ANC's old Stalinist past), police and communications are all die-hard Zuma loyalists. Whatever their line functions, they will also play the role they have played so ably to date: keeping Zuma out of court—and making sure the state serves Zuma as it once did Mbeki."
Author: Mark Gevisser
14. "Even if Zuma was to develop the authoritarian impulses of a Mugabe, he would be checked—not least by his own party, which set a continental precedent by ousting Thabo Mbeki in 2007, after it felt he had outstayed his welcome by seeking a third term as party president. The ANC appears to have set itself against that deathtrap of African democracy: the ruler for life."
Author: Mark Gevisser
15. "This week, Zuma was quoted as saying, 'When the British came to our country, they said everything we are doing was barbaric, was wrong, inferior in whatever way.' But the serious critique of Zuma is not about who is a barbarian and who is civilised. It is about good governance, and this is a universal value, as relevant to an African village as it is to Westminster. If you are unable to keep your appetites in check, you are inevitably going to live beyond your means. And this means you are going to become vulnerable to patronage and even corruption. That is why Jacob Zuma's 'polygamy' is his achilles heel."
Author: Mark Gevisser
16. "Now there's something I understand a little better. Hate, sadness, even joy. to be able to share it with another person...Naruto Uzumaki from fighting him i learned that. he knew pain like i did and then he taught me that you can change your path. I wish that one day i can be needed by someone. Not as a frightening weapon...But as the sand's Kazekage."
Author: Masashi Kishimoto
17. "Hey...You.. What's life without eyebrows, freak? Got a new listing for your bingo book right here!! A guyis going to be the next lord hokage of Konohagakure village. Uzumaki Naruto! Konoha-school NINJA!"
Author: Masashi Kishimoto
18. "There was love here, the voice said again.But whose love? Ico wondered. He had assumed Ozuma had been talking about the queen and her daughter--but maybe...From the very first time he had seen her, Ico had wanted to save Yorda. There had been no thought, no reason--when he saw her in the cage, he knew he had to set her free."
Author: Miyuki Miyabe
19. "Chaol'a "ne zamandir uyuyorum?" diye fisildasa da yüzbasi ona yanit vermedi. Bir kez daha "Ne zamandir uyuyorum?" diye sordugunda Chaol'un yanaklarinin hafifçe kizardigini fark etti. "Sende mi uyudun?""Agzinin duyu omzuma akana kadar uyuyordum."Celaena " Aman aman, nasil da üste çikiyor bu genç adam," deyince Chaol onun bacagini dürttü."
Author: Sarah J. Maas
20. "The Tezuman Empire in the jungle valleys of central Klatch is known for it organic market gardens, its exquisite craftsmanship in obsidian, feathers and jade, and its mass human sacrifices in honor of Quezovercoatl, the Feathered Boa, god of mass human sacrifices."
Author: Terry Pratchett
21. "The Tezuman priests have a sophisticated calendar and an advanced horology," quoted Rincewind."Ah," said Eric, "Good.""No," said Rincewind patiently. "It means time measurement.""Oh."
Author: Terry Pratchett

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