Only moderns, criminals, and small children regard a desire for something as a sign that they ought to have it.
Occam’s Razor accounts not for the world’s simplicity, but for our own.
The best defense against insanity is hypocrisy.
Civilization depends on exclusion — what and whom to get rid of, what and whom not to let in in the first place.
Sixty years ago we were repressed, and there were a few things it was dangerous to say. Today we are liberated, and there are a great many.
There’s no shame in being wrong, only in not paying for it.
The only class struggle is the bourgeoisie against itself.
There are no atheists in casinos.
Envy wants to see its object diminished, but would prefer not to do the work itself.
A fierce and irresolvable conflict rages in the human heart between the desire to kill your enemies and the desire to keep them alive for a while so you can take more of their stuff.