Top Ten Intelligent Quotes from Evil People
This reminds me of a quote that goes something like "it is hard to change the mind of an intelligent person, but it is impossible to change the mind of a stupid person" or something like that.
Just because these people are evil, doesn't mean they're not intelligent. Hitler was evil, but he was intelligent.
Ain't that the truth...well, I can live knowing that I just complimented Hitler...back to playing Sniper Elite 2 then
This is obviously true.
Ideas are far more dangerous than guns, and war itself. If there is imagination and creativity, than there will never truly be defeat.
That's why we gotta be more careful about the ideas we come up with.
We should also never let our ideas fall into the wrong hands.
That's because by DNA level we're all different. So be yourself and love yourself for who you are.
This is a lot of people's problems.
I love this quote. Heil Hitler!
I like this one
This is also true. if you have a talent, but you never put it out into the open, then what use is it for you? If you have a talent, share it with the world!
A very funny quote, but also very true and sad. Most of the time, if you began to retreat, you would be deemed as a "traitor" and you would be shot by your own comrades. While this is a very smart tactic, it is also very... Brutal.
It is 100 percent true
First off, I'm related to Jesse, blood related he's my cousin. He wasn't evil, I don't agree with almost everything he did. Alpha 101 is right about the union soldiers. Also in 1875, the Pinkerton detective service (which had been hunting the James Younger gang for some time) threw a bomb into the James home, it killed Jesse and Frank's half brother, Archie Samuels and maimed their mother Zerelda. Jesse and Frank weren't home at the time, but they declared war on the Pinkertons. He and the gang did the wrong things for the right reasons. Research on Jesse, you'll find out he wasn't that evil.
Jesse James was not 100% evil. if you do some research, he had a horrible life. The Civil War was underway, and one day Union soldiers come to question him. He said that he did not have to tell the soldiers anything, so they beat him. After the beating, he went inside, only to find that the soldiers had hung his father in law. So even though he was evil, you cannot really blame him.
He died both humiliated and deceived. Then dumped unceremoniously overboard off of a US naval ship in the middle of the ocean.
This should be everyone's motto.
In my opinion, this is the biggest problem with humanity. We care more about one death (especially the death of a icon) than the deaths of a million people. Ultimately, you have to come to the conclusion that we value some lives more than others. Stalin certainly was good as exploiting this, and heartless too.
This is the most powerful quote I've ever heard in my life.
This quote has always haunted me.
Pretty much a different way of saying that history is written by the victors. For instance, if the Nazis won WWII, then Hitler would be considered a hero and a patriot. Though Hitler was a fantastic leader and very intelligent, we all know that, of course, he was one of the most evil people to ever walk the planet.
This is something that everyone should keep in mind. Remember the Romans, the most powerful military in history? They remained that way for a very long time until, one day, the Roman empire fell. So do not believe that you military is invincible. Everything, including the United States, will fall eventually, sadly.
Funny for Stalin to say such a thing, considering he tried to invade Finland during WWII. You can check the differences between military power from wikipedia searching Winter War.