Quote book

  • I am dreaming about new Person.
  • They were aiming at communism but shot at Russia.
  • They will attack Russia after Yugoslavia, so I must return to Russia to share the future of my people.
  • The real danger for us is the Western «super-society» trying to conquer our planet and establishing their own world order.
  • The Soviet system collapsed not because of internal insolvency. It was viable and could exist forever. It was a grandiose subversive operation of the West.
  • After the collapse of the Soviet Union began the era of evolutionary decline, the era of total social reaction around the world: anti-communism, anti-socialism, anti-democratic and anti-liberalism. The most important component of this reaction is the artificially created and strongly encouraged total turbidity of minds, artificial resuscitation of dense ideologies of the past and the invention of new, the same intellectual level and orientation.
  • From a logical point of view, the language practice of people — a spectacle worthy of the brush surrealist. The speeches of politicians, prosecutors, lawyers, journalists, propagandists, scientists who claim to be logical most of all, in fact give outstanding examples of logical incoherent and absurdity.
  • You can’t build a skyscraper from the wreckage of a barn. You’ll get another barn, only worse.
  • You will become a real person not as a result of promotion through the ranks and capture the benefits of life but as a result of creatively self-actualizes in your vocation sacrificing for this career and material benefits even.
  • A person becomes a person not as a part of a collective, but as a resistance to the collective in this collective. Person begins with “I”, not «WE»
  • They called me anti-Semite and Zionist, Russophobe and Russian chauvinists, Communists and anti-Communists… I am neither of them. My position: I am the independent state of one person, I do not serve anyone, I do not follow anyone.
  • Сriticism is not harmful to society, harmful intolerance of criticism. The history of our country over the past 70 years shows this very convincingly.
  • Reality will never conform to the proclaimed ideals of society.
  • I’m not born to power, I’m born to criticize power. But criticism of the power is not yet rejection of the power.
  • You will not find any famous Russian writer who would not have a critical attitude to power. But this does not mean that they were all anarchists. Dostoevsky, for example, was friends with Pobedonostsev. Saltykov-Shchedrin was Vice-Governor. Pushkin was a court. Even.
  • The loss of state independence and the loss of control over strategic sectors are comparable in severity to the consequences of the war.
  • The pain is not felt so acutely if you have a firm decision to survive.
  • Civilization in its essence is self-defense of man from himself first of all.
  • The essence of the problem of slavery is not why people are forced to become slaves, but why they allow themselves to be made slaves.
  • Small successes never lead to a major victory. A major victory consists only of defeats.
  • The history of mankind shows that one of the people put forward ideas, others realize this ideas, and the benefits are quite different.
  • Ignorant, stupid, dishonest, incompetent person become scun due to ignorance, stupidity, dishonesty, mediocrity. Educated, intelligent, honest, talented person becomes super-scun as a result of education, intelligence, honesty, and talent.
  • What is called unscrupulousness in politics is the actual principle that any official principles can be declared, depending on the circumstances.
  • The ideological project, in principle, cannot take into account the negative consequences of the realization of its ideals, because it is designed to mobilize the masses to achieve these ideals and therefore must promise them the Golden mountains.
  • Starting from a certain level, the leader becomes only a symbol of a large group of people in power.
  • Very few speak the truth. If many people share your beliefs, then they feel a convenient ideological lie for themself.
  • The fundamental function of the ideosphere is to make the bulk of the members of society (preferably all) incapable of independent and objective understanding of the phenomena of reality, allowing them in this respect only what is necessary and sufficient for the performance of their social functions.
  • People studies the folly as well as the mind. A very high degree of stupidity people can achieve only for a long life and a large number of workouts. Exactly the same is the case with such qualities as cynicism, meanness, cunning, resourcefulness, quarrelsomeness, etc., Ability to do meanness cannot be achieved at once. And you must have the ability and long and hard to learn to become an outstanding scoundrel. Outstanding scoundrels are more common among educated and elderly people and it is no accident
  • All the best achievements of civilization appeared first as deviations from the norm and were always depicted as hostile to man. Civilization in General is evasion, protest and protection from the norm.
  • Individual exercises, starting life with a few phrases, eventually grow to gigantic proportions.
  • Humanity can perish from unity and homogeneity and not from separation and fights.
  • Mediocrity can not achieve great success in creativity, but can achieve great success in terms of titles, honor, money.
  • Fear of truth in our time is the fear not of the unknown, and before obviously a slave. People are afraid of themselves, because they know who they are.
  • Life in solitude, without complete intellectual and moral degradation, is possible only in the most turbulent flow of life.
  • People no longer suffer so much from their vices, from the fact that they are prevented from indulging in vices.
  • Faith is a subjective state, and trust is a social contract. So people can trust to leadership but not to believe.
  • People do not have the power to choose the type of society that emerges in the new environment created by their combined activities. And the greater the change, the less manageable they are.
  • Enemies make life meaningful and interesting.
  • Problem is not that they forbid, but that there are very few who demand permission.
  • Over time, any management decisions about a problem have the same result. For example, the decision to reduce staff leads to its increase with the same success as the decision to increase them
  • In any large gathering of people forming a whole, there is a need for the formation of a hierarchy of groups and officials, which in advance turns into ideological fictions all hopes for social equality.
  • In management issues, the problem is not that managers cannot make smart decisions, but that there is a system of social relationships that make decisions that seem stupid even from the point of view of those who make those decisions.
  • Uncompromising adherence to your life principles is possible only if you enter into an open conflict with your environment and make sacrifices.
  • The future is impossible to predict, but it can be planned. History is the desire to some extent and form to comply with the plan. The problem is not what will happen, but what we need to do to make history go our way. It’s a guide to action, not a prediction.
  • Being beaten by the strong is not offensive, but defeating the weak is humiliating.
  • In real social relations, only a nominal assessment of the person is real, and the real assessment of the person is only an unrealized opportunity.
  • A rebellious person or group of people has no program of their behavior during the riot. Revolt has reasons, but has no purpose. Rather, it has a purpose in itself. Rebellion is a purely emotional phenomenon, a manifestation of hopeless despair. Rebellion is a state of madness, but madness is not medical, but social.
  • The whole history of mankind is solace for feeble-minded. In fact, some do their affairs at the expense of others, from the totality of their small dirty tricks grow large. The rulers invent a suitable justification for their unseemly actions, calling it objective laws. Invent so that it was convenient to do new dirty tricks, and call it scientific foresight..
  • When the number of people engaged in the search for truth exceeds a certain permissible maximum, the law comes into force: more seekers of truth – more monstrous delusions give rise to these searches.
  • A brilliant writer differs from a mediocre writer not by the depth and breadth of understanding of a person, but by the ability to invent something of his own and of himself and attribute it to any person. And then literary critics do notice it in the people, for the people in the potency of has anything (because there is nothing).
  • A state interest is an abstraction. There are interests of certain categories of people which they mask under the state.
  • Dialectics is a tool of ideology, not a tool of science.
  • If any fact of our life strikes with the discrepancy to common sense, look for in it a natural social basis.
  • Sacrifices are always in vain. The consciousness of sacrifice is painful, false and fruitless. Actions should be experienced and evaluated solely on the basis of goals and results.
  • Caring for others is always about violence, and reducing violence always means increasing indifference to the person.
  • Western society is totalitarian at the cellular level, and that is why it is democratic in general. Here is a kind of law of constancy of the sum of democracy and totalitarianism.
  • The idea of hierarchy a priori excludes the distinction of personal merits of individuals.
  • Avoid being a victim of your enemies and avoid them being your victims.
  • Sincerity is a form of behavior, not a virtue.
  • History repeats itself. One time as a tragedy, and the other time as a disaster.
  • History is like a river: it flows where it can flow.
  • Whatever the alliance of art and politics, sooner or later he will find himself as a misalliance.
  • When people are raped, it seems to them that they are capable of much. Give them freedom, and it will become clear that they are incapable of anything.
  • Lies are an absolutely necessary form of adaptation of individuals to the conditions of their social environment. People who can’t lie being not socialized. Without lies impossible any social calculation is possible, without which there is no social form of life at all.