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* History is littered with the [[guerre|wars]] which everybody knew would never happen ~ Enoch Powell  
 
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* "History is written by the victors." - Winston Churchill
  
 
* Just as the two basic and mutually exclusive inter-relations between men are peaceful co-operation or [[coercition|coercive]] exploitation, production or predation, so the history of mankind, – particularly its economic history, may be considered as a contest between these two principles. On the one hand, there is creative productivity, peaceful exchange and cooperation; on the other, [[coercition|coercive]] dictation and predation over those social relations. - Murray Rothbard  
 
* Just as the two basic and mutually exclusive inter-relations between men are peaceful co-operation or [[coercition|coercive]] exploitation, production or predation, so the history of mankind, – particularly its economic history, may be considered as a contest between these two principles. On the one hand, there is creative productivity, peaceful exchange and cooperation; on the other, [[coercition|coercive]] dictation and predation over those social relations. - Murray Rothbard  

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Citations

  • "Croire l'Histoire officielle, c'est croire les criminels sur parole" - Simone Weil
  • La désobéissance, aux yeux de quiconque a lu l'histoire, est la vertu originelle de l'homme. C'est par la désobéissance que les progrès ont été accomplis, par la désobéissance et par la rébellion. - Oscar Wilde
  • "... l'histoire considérera la loi dépossédant une nation entière de ses armes comme la plus noire" - Gandhi
  • "L'histoire de la liberté, c'est l'histoire des limites du pouvoir de l'Etat." - Thomas Woodrow Wilson
  • « L'histoire justifie ce que l'on veut ! Elle n'enseigne rigoureusement rien car elle contient tout et donne des exemples de tout... C'est le produit le plus dangereux que la chimie de l'intellect ait élaboré. Ses propriétés sont bien connues. Il fait rêver, il enivre les peuples, leur engendre de faux souvenirs, exagère leurs réflexes, entretient leurs vieilles plaies, les tourmente dans leur repos, les conduit au délire des grandeurs et rend les nations amères, superbes, insupportables et vaines. » — Paul Valéry, Regards sur le monde actuel, 1931
  • « Rien n'est plus malaisé que de se rendre compte de la portée historique d'un mouvement contemporain. La proximité des phénomènes ne permet pas d'en reconnaître les formes et les proportions. Le jugement historique exige avant tout le recul. » - Ludwig von Mises, Le Socialisme.
  • "Un pays qui vit de mythologies est un pays qui risque d'en mourir". - Maurice Allais parlant de la France en 1963


Quotes

  • History is littered with the wars which everybody knew would never happen ~ Enoch Powell
  • "History is written by the victors." - Winston Churchill
  • Just as the two basic and mutually exclusive inter-relations between men are peaceful co-operation or coercive exploitation, production or predation, so the history of mankind, – particularly its economic history, may be considered as a contest between these two principles. On the one hand, there is creative productivity, peaceful exchange and cooperation; on the other, coercive dictation and predation over those social relations. - Murray Rothbard
  • "Much of the history of the Western world over the past decades has involved replacing what worked with what sounded good" - T Sowell
  • "No government has the right to decide on the truth of scientific principles, nor to prescribe in any way the character of the questions investigated. Neither may a government determine the aesthetic value of artistic creations, nor limit the forms of literacy or artistic expression. Nor should it pronounce on the validity of economic, historic, religious, or philosophical doctrines. Instead it has a duty to its citizens to maintain the freedom, to let those citizens contribute to the further adventure and the development of the human race." - R Feynman "The Uncertainty of Values"
  • The course of history shows us that as a government grows, liberty decreases." - Thomas Jefferson
  • "What is history but the story of how politicians have squandered the blood and treasure of the human race?" - T Sowell


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