Best 1 100 of Conflict quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akrawi

I WILL FOLLOW ANYONE... AND REMIND EVERYONE... OF THE RAPE OF THE YAZIDI WOMEN

By Anonym 15 Sep

Martin Luther King Jr.

There may be a conflict between softminded religionists and toughminded scientists, but not between science and religion.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jared Taylor

The conclusion that race is a serious and durable social fault line is not a popular one in the social sciences. Many scholars have downplayed its importance, and have insisted that class differences are the real cause of social conflict. Political scientist Walker Connor, who has taught at Harvard, Dartmouth, and Cambridge, has sharply criticized his colleagues for ignoring ethnic loyalty, which he calls ethnonationalism. He wrote of “the school of thought called ‘nation-building’ that dominated the literature on political development, particularly in the United States after the Second World War:” 'The near total disregard of ethnonationalism that characterized the school, which numbered so many leading political scientists of the time, still astonishes. Again we encounter that divorce between intellectual theory and the real world.' He explained further: 'To the degree that ethnic identity is given recognition, it is apt to be as a somewhat unimportant and ephemeral nuisance that will unquestionably give way to a common identity . . . as modern communication and transportation networks link the state’s various parts more closely.' However: “There is little evidence of modern communications destroying ethnic consciousness, and much evidence of their augmenting it.” Prof. Connor came close to saying that any scholar who ignores ethnic loyalty is dishonest: '[H]e perceives those trends that he deems desirable as actually occurring, regardless of the factual situation. If the fact of ethnic nationalism is not compatible with his vision, it can thus be willed away. . . . [T]he treatment calls for total disregard or cavalier dismissal of the undesired facts.' This harsh judgment may not be unwarranted. Robert Putnam, mentioned above for his research on how racial diversity decreases trust in American neighborhoods, waited five years to publish his data. He was displeased with his findings, and worked very hard to find something other than racial diversity to explain why people in Maine and North Dakota trusted each other more than people in Los Angeles. Setting aside the reluctance academics may have for publishing data that conflict with current political ideals, Prof. Connor wrote that scholars discount racial or ethnic loyalty because of “the inherent limitations of rational inquiry into the realm of group identity.” Social scientists like to analyze political and economic interests because they are clear and rational, whereas Prof. Connor argues that rational calculations “hint not at all at the passions that motivate Kurdish, Tamil, and Tigre guerrillas or Basque, Corsican, Irish, and Palestinian terrorists.” As Chateaubriand noted in the 18th century: “Men don’t allow themselves to be killed for their interests; they allow themselves to be killed for their passions.” Prof. Connor adds that group loyalty is evoked “not through appeals to reason but through appeals to the emotions (appeals not to the mind but to the blood).” Academics do not like the unquantifiable, the emotional, the primitive—even if these things drive men harder than the practical and the rational—and are therefore inclined to downplay or even disregard them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

John Buchan

Here were we wretched creatures of men making for each other's throats, and outraging the good earth which God had made so fair a habitation.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Noam Chomsky

The Iraq War was the first conflict in western history in which an imperialist war was massively protested against before it had even been launched.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Kimberly Zisk Marten

I'm not sure about whether Ukraine will ever be joining. As long as there's a frozen conflict on Ukrainian territory, they can't possibly join. And that's probably one of the reasons why Vladimir Putin is interested in having a frozen conflict there, so that there is no border security.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

When you confront, you are trying to avoid a conflict.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rajen Jani

The quality of the product is inseparable from the quality of its parts.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

People turned against each other cannot turn against those responsible.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Emily Arden

She hated him – she hated everything he stood for. But when they said hate is akin to love they were certainly right. Because she needed him with every fibre of her being. And hard as it was to admit it, that need was only part of what she felt for him. The whole was love – a love which recognised how wrong he was for her, but still clung to him. To everything about him.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lysa Terkeurst

Conflict tip: What comes out of someone else's mouth is a reflection of their heart ... not yours.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ruben Papian

When there are no conflicts In you, between material wealth and spiritual life, you have found yourself.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Winston Churchill

Thus ended the great American Civil War, which must upon the whole be considered the noblest and least avoidable of all the great mass conflicts of which till then there was record.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rajen Jani

Angry issues need settling time.

By Anonym 17 Sep

John Donne

O! I shall soon despair, when I shall see That Thou lovest mankind well, yet wilt not choose me, And Satan hates me, yet is loth to lose me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jens Stoltenberg

There are many difficult challenges in Afghanistan. And we still have Taliban. We still have terrorist organizations there, and we will see violence and we will see conflict there also in the coming years,.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Pitre

Always I am speaking English on behalf of fools

By Anonym 15 Sep

Robby Dumanon

CONFLICT is the unhealthy fruit from the tree of MISUNDERSTANDING which was once a seed of INSECURITIES that sprout from the isolation of MIND, sipping slowly the liquid of PRIDE...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donna Lynn Hope

Don't focus on her hiss. Remember her purr.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donald Rothberg

Enmeshed in collective hatred and anger, each side proclaims the crimes of the other and its own righteousness, is unable to listen to the others suffering, and cannot look at the deeper roots of the conflict and how we often need our enemies in order to maintain our rigid identities. (p. 53)

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gary Shteyngart

These are all good things, I said. But no one knows where your country is or who you are. You don't have a familiar ethnic cuisine; your diaspora , from what I understand, is mostly in Southern California, three time zones removed from the national media in New York; and you don't have a recognizable, long-simmering conflict like the one between the Israelis and the Palestinians, where people in the richer nations can take sides and argue over at the dinner table. The best you can do is get the United Nations involved, as in East Timor. Maybe they'll send troops." "We don't want the United Nations" Mr. Nanabragov said. "We don't want Sri Lankan troops patrolling our streets. We're better tan that. We want America.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mother Teresa

We belong to each other.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ozzie Zehner

Peace is not an easy prospect--it requires greater bravery than does conflict.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Peter Maass

The people were divided into the persecuted and those who persecuted them. That wild beast, which lives in man and does not dare to show itself until the barriers of law and custom have been removed, was now set free. The signal was given, the barriers were down. As has so often happened in the history of man, permission was tacitly granted for acts of violence and plunder, even for murder, if they were carried out in the name of higher interests, according to established rules, and against a limited number of men of a particular type and belief....In a few minutes the business quarter, based on centuries of tradition, was wiped out. It is true that there had always been concealed enmities and jealousies and religious intolerance, coarseness and cruelty, but there had also been courage and fellowship and a feeling for measure and order, which restrained all these instincts within the limits of the supportable and, in the end, calmed them down and submitted them to the general interest of life in common. Men who had been leaders in the commercial quarter for forty years vanished overnight as if they had all died suddenly, together with the habits, customs and institutions which they represented. p. 11

By Anonym 13 Sep

Hudson Taylor

If this is a real work for God it is a real conflict with Satan.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bryant Mcgill

Conflict is a natural part of existence. Life is a struggle for survival for every organism at every level.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Moddi

I am afraid of what is happening in the West. In a way, the link between art and politics is about to snap. Music and politics, it seems, are increasingly considered to be separate domains. Music is about making peace, not conflict, they say. And, therefore, it is best to do what is considered normal and uncontroversial. Increasingly, accepting the status quo is a precondition for being considered entertainment, while protest culture is grouped alongside politics.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Patrick N. Allitt

If you study a historical episode and feel good about it, it probably means that you haven't had it explained very well. Historical conflict is usually the struggle of different conceptions of what is good.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Doreen Virtue

I'd been conflict-phobic my entire life because I didn't want to lose my inner core of peace.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Chris Hemsworth

The more conflict and contrast you have with a character makes it more interesting.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Mandelbaum

The United States contributes to peace in both by serving as a buffer between and among regional powers that, while not preparing for armed conflict, do not fully trust one another.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lisa Bevere

We do not fight to tear down but to build up.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John F. Baddeley

As long as the forest stood the Tchetchens were unconquerable... and it is literally the fact that they were beaten in the long run not by the sword but by the axe.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amanda Craig

Family is all politics. Everyone hates each other’s guts, if they’re honest… Most brothers and sisters try to top each other, given the chance; you always get the worst wars in countries with big families….People have kids because they go soft in the head, tarts especially. They forget what it’s like to be a kid themselves and want to remember through their own. They don’t want us, not real brand-new people who puke and criticise and tell them to bog off: they want their own frigging innocence back. They want to have their own lives back again, with the bad bits taken out. Quite frankly, they’d be better off with a dog.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Immortal Technique

Pharoahe Monch is a long time supporter of my music and I'm a long time supporter of his music so when we met each other it was almost like a natural occurrence.I met him before a few years earlier and we were just politicking with each other and we had a conversation about possibly doing something but our schedules have always been in conflict.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Doc Holliday

Conflict follows wrongdoing as surely as flies follow the herd.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Turcois Ominek

The worst battle you'll have to fight is between what you know and how you feel.

By Anonym 18 Sep

William Keepin

The invisible fuel for this healing process is our heartfelt compassion and loving presence and the sincerity of the collective intention that we bring to it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark E. Crawford

Author Dan Wile accurately points out that all couples have conflicts, miscommunication, and misunderstandings. In fact, he states that when two people get married, they are choosing a set of perpetual problems that will be there for decades- perhaps forever. Many people mistakenly believe that problems in a relationship are a sign that they married the wrong person. This is a naive and immature view of relationships. Wile says that if you had married someone else, you might not have the same problems that you have with your spouse, but you would undoubtedly have some set of problems with that person which seem to have no ostensible solution. They key is to accept that you and your spouse will have some things to work out, and the way you work them out is much more important than the solutions you come up with for the problems (assuming here are solutions to be found at all).

By Anonym 18 Sep

Veronica Roth

Sometimes I feel like we are the same, but sometimes, like right now, I feel the separation between our personalities like I've just run into a wall.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Molly Ivins

If you really wanted to settle down the Middle East, if what you wanted was change in the Middle East, it is perfectly obvious that the first step is resolving the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Bayard Rustin

Surely, I must at all times attempt to obey the law of the state. But when the will of God and the will of the state conflict, I am compelled to follow the will of God.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rajen Jani

Make sure a conflict exists before working to resolve it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

We seldom learn much from someone with whom we agree.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Arundhati Roy

If you think of the world as a global village, a fight between India and Pakistan is like a fight between the poorest people in the poorest quarters - the Adivasis and the Dalits. And in the meantime, the zamindars are laying the oil pipelines and selling both parties weapons.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Harvey Pekar

You do not pursue potential conflict unless you hold power over your foe.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Wayne Dyer

Conflict is a violation of harmony. If you participate in it, you're part of the problem, not the solution.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Janeane Garofalo

Iraq is a manufactured conflict for the sake of geopolitical dominance in the area.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sharon Salzberg

Concepts such as loving kindness should never be used as weapons against our real feelings.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. R. Crawford

The world isn’t big enough for all of us.