Best 35 of Treachery quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lemony Snicket

Of course I'm trying to trick you!" Olaf cried. "That's the way of the world, Baudelaires. Everybody runs around with their secrets and their schemes, trying to outwit everyone else. Ishmael outwitted me, and put me in this cage. But I know how to outwit him and all his islander friends. If you let me out. I can be king of Olaf-land, and you three can be my new henchfolk." "We don't want to be your henchfolk," Klaus said. "We just want to be safe." "Nowhere in the world is safe," Count Olaf said.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alexandre Dumas

C’est que l’on a souvent pour ennemis des gens qu’on voudrait avoir pour amis.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Orhan Pamuk

I do know this much though: If a man resorts to wiles, guile and petty deceptions, it means he's nowhere near being in love.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bashar Al-assad

We are dealing with treachery and threats, which accompanied the establishment of Israel.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Neena H. Brar

Was he not supposed to be suffering for what he did to my heart? I couldn’t bear the thought of him living his life somewhere as if nothing had happened. I wanted to find him, confront him, ask the reason for breaking my heart. But then, I realized it was pointless. He wouldn’t have any answers I wanted to hear. There was nothing out of character in his treachery.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lydia Sigourney

Fear is the white lipp'd sire Of subterfuge and treachery.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Shon Mehta

I was ready to die for you, but never realized that it was you who will kill me.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Merlin Franco

You too, Caesar?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Emile Gaboriau

It is at the family fireside, often under the shelter of the law itself, that the real tragedies of life are acted; in these days traitors wear gloves, scoundrels cloak themselves in public esteem, and their victims die broken-hearted, but smiling to the last. What I have just related to you is almost an every-day occurrence; and yet you profess astonishment.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lloyd Alexander

It is strange,' he said at last. 'I had longed to enter the world of men. Now I see it filled with sorrow, with cruelty and treachery, with those who would destroy all around them.' 'Yet, enter it you must,' Gwydion answered, 'for it is a destiny laid on each of us. True, you have seen these things. But there are equal parts of love and joy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Pierre Corneille

Treachery is noble when aimed at tyranny.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Barnaby Allen

Tragedy springs from its own peculiar sorcery, with treachery, born of envy or ambition, a usual instigator. Treachery is apparent only after the events staged are well over, as we know, its victims dead, or living and smarting under its tricks, realizing too late how they have been misused: if indeed they are ever cognizant of its role, if still players, to this wonder and rue. Most unacceptable is its subtlety, the double-face which double-deals, the Iago perpetrators hidden for decades, smiling the smiles of polite and not so polite society. They nod and wave, heroes to many; sly politicians these Claudiuses. Time favours the Macbeths and forgets the maligned. The former enjoy live, some even oblivious to their lies as being lies, for they prefer to bask in blessings, aping the certainties of creed, cheating death and duty while in pavilions of ease. They succeed on their success, trite or vast; wealth for some, and enviably, fame for the few. The unaware, their victims, float off to obscurity on ruptured vessels of injustice to theater lands unknown, never really knowing why, if the job's done property. Normality is, truthfully, life's whore, readily embraced and conveniently embracing; secretly, it has the clap. Thinking of plot should then give pause. The treacherous cheat fate and re-write, their 'intended history'. Call it fate. They become authors of an illicit story, penmen of their own gods, living their own fresh creation through a new, egregious, utilitarian drama that is untouched by either truth or beauty.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sreesha Divakaran

In that moment, hell may have ascended, Or heaven may have descended only to save me and prove, What I carry is an exaggerated memory of an imagined beautiful love. This love is tainted with treachery; it will be my doom.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Mario Puzo

Some honorable men spend their whole life preparing for a supreme act of treachery

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cicero

By this time I was thoroughly terrified, not so much fearing death as the treachery of my own kind.

By Anonym 18 Sep

A. H. Septimius

The ambition of men compels them to break even the most heartfelt vows.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ashly Lorenzana

They say blood is thicker than water. It's also more treacherous, prone to betrayal, full of shit and quite honestly, I wouldn't put much weight into it at all.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Shakespeare

Et tu Brute! (You too, Brutus!)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Its funny when people recently change their attitude to gain entrance into your heart, which may only ignite your passion to close the door.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Gemmell

Hate is the father of all evil.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Carol Lee

Deception' is the word I most associate with anorexia and the treachery which comes from falsehood. The illness appears inviting. It would seem to offer something to those unwary or unlucky enough to suffer from it - friendship, a get-out, or a haven - when, in fact, it is a trap.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Grace Draven

My dear, treacherous mother,” he breathed. “What have you done?

By Anonym 19 Sep

George Bernard Shaw

The solid earth sways like the treacherous sea beneath the feet of men and spirits alike when the innocent are slain in the name of law, and their wrongs are undone by slandering the pure of heart.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charles Spurgeon

The worst thing thou has to fear is the treachery of thine own heart.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Fowles

Accepting the sadness. Knowing that to pretend it was all gay was treachery. Treachery to everyone sad at the moment, everyone ever sad, treachery to such music, such truth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Saaskia Aark-bennett

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By Anonym 15 Sep

Naguib Mahfouz

A crazy country, choking air, polluted hearts, treachery. Treachery and treason.

By Anonym 16 Sep

C. L. R. James

In politics all abstract terms conceal treachery.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Guy De Maupassant

She hardly gave a thought to Julien; nothing in him surprised her any longer. But the double treachery of the Countess, her friend, disgusted her. Everyone in the world was a traitor, a liar, a deceiver, and tears came into her eyes. One sometimes weeps over one's illusions with as much bitterness as over a death.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ulrich Von Hutten

This is treachery, to change faith in accord with shifting fortune. The justice of my cause impelled me to withstand even adverse circumstance.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nicole Sager

The message had been delivered. All they could do now was wait. Valden hated waiting.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Norman Ollestad

Beautiful things were sometimes mixed up with treacherous things, they could even happen at the same time, or one could lead to the other, I thought.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ouida

There is no knife that cuts so sharply and with such poisoned blade as treachery.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tony Benn

By the end of his sixteen-course meal in Buckingham Palace, Ramsay McDonald discovered he had changed his mind about the workers owning the means of production. From now on, he felt it better that the Dukes and Duchesses should continue to own the means of production. The workers would just have to make do with what was left over.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Wilhelm Ii

The tsar [Nicholas II] is not treacherous but he is weak. Weakness is not treachery, but it fulfils all its functions.