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Фредерик Форсайт

Дата рождения: 25. Август 1938

Фре́дерик Форса́йт — английский писатель. Агент Британской разведывательной службы МИ-6 на протяжении более 20 лет

Цитаты Фредерик Форсайт

„Что вы делаете, сэр?
— Выкладываю на ваш стол кусочки металла, сержант Остин…“

„Стреляли они из старых советских карабинов, но пуля, пробивающая сердце, всегда остается пулей, пробивающей сердце /«Мститель»/“

„there is no collective guilt,... guilt is individual, like salvation." [p.28]“ The Odessa File

„It is cold at six-forty in the morning on a March day in Paris, and seems even colder when a man is about to be executed by firing squad.“ The Day of the Jackal

„… Shannon’s fingers itched to smash the man in the face. Inside his head he kept telling himself,
Keep cool, baby, absolutely cool.“
The Dogs of War

„To understand everything is to forgive everything.“ The Odessa File

„Yessir. A crutch, like one-legged men always have.“ The Day of the Jackal

„... a woman of quite bovine stupidity and potato-like contours...“ The Deceiver

„A journalist should never join the Establishment, no matter how tempting the blandishments. It is our job to hold power to account, not join it.“ The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue

„From the anarchists of tsarist Russia to the IRA of 1916, from the Irgun and the Stern Gang to the EOKA in Cyprus, from the Baader-Meinhof group in Germany, the CCC in Belgium, the Action Directe in France, the Red Brigades in Italy, the Red Army Faction again in Germany, the Rengo Sekigun in Japan, through to the Shining Path in Peru to the modern IRA in Ulster or the ETA in Spain, terrorism came from the minds of the comfortably raised, well-educated, middle-class theorists with a truly staggering personal vanity and a developed taste for self-indulgence.“ Avenger

„Moonlight turns even the most civilised man into a primitive.“ The Day of the Jackal

„People had Jewish friends, good friends; Jewish employers, good employers; Jewish employees, hard workers. They obeyed the laws, they didn’t hurt anyone. And here was Hitler saying they were to blame for everything. ‘So when the vans came and took them away, people didn’t do anything. They stayed out of the way, they kept quiet. They even got to believing the voice that shouted the loudest. Because that’s the way people are, particularly the Germans. We’re a very obedient people. It’s our greatest strength and our greatest weakness. It enables us to build an economic miracle while the British are on strike, and it enables us to follow a man like Hitler into a great big mass grave.“ The Odessa File

„The hatred of your country is not because it attacks theirs; it is because it keeps theirs safe. Never seek popularity. You can have supremacy or be loved but never both. What is felt toward you is ten percent genuine disagreement and ninety percent envy. Never forget two things! No man can ever forgive his protector. There is no loathing that any man harbors more intense than that toward his benefactor.“ Avenger

„When one can understand the people, their gullibility and their fear, their greed and their lust for power, their ignorance and their docility to the man who shouts the loudest, one can forgive.“ The Odessa File

„There are some men whose crimes surpass comprehension and therefore forgiveness, and here is the real failure. For they are still among us“ The Odessa File

„The thing about wings is that they are yours and yours alone. You cannot inherit them from an indulgent father; you cannot buy them in Savile Row; you cannot win them in a lucky draw; you cannot marry them along with a pretty girl; you cannot steal them on a shoplifting spree. You cannot even earn them in a team event. You fight and you struggle, you study and you learn, you practice and you persevere, and finally you do it alone, high above the clouds, in a single-seater.“ The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue

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