Words matter. These are the best Brutality Quotes from famous people such as Jeff Fortenberry, Marcus Smart, Henry Rollins, Mike Leach, Mike Colter, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
To simply demand that Assad go, and create a vacuum, could make the circumstances worse. To ‘protect’ Assad and his brutality is unconscionable. So you have to have a transition period here.
When I got cleared by doctors and was coronavirus-free, one of the first things I did was get to marching in Boston. I wanted to join the people out there doing all they could to speak out against injustice and hatred and police brutality – folks looking to ensure the future of our country is better than its past.
It is only our humanity that can deliver us from the brutality of our achievements.
No one wants police brutality. No one wants inequality. But what I worry about it is when a protest becomes so large and the noise takes over that the original motivation for the protest and the conversation that should go with that protest gets lost.
There’s no book to figure out how not to become a victim of police brutality.
I encountered among my comrades the most varied human traits, from frankness to reserve, from goodness, uprightness and kindness, to brutality and baseness.
Too many Black lives have been lost to injustice and brutality in this country.
Never mind a world that can’t see past brutality.
Since Castro took power, the Cuban people have been denied basic human freedoms. No freedom of religion, no freedom of the press, no political freedom. And the regime uses brutality and violence to suppress these freedoms and impose its will.
Everybody’s life matters. But that’s why we have to say black lives matter, because the highest disproportionality, police brutality, disenfranchisement, education disproportionality in school discipline, curriculum, misrepresentation, all of this.
I think the brutality is important to convey as part of the story, to see how brutal it is to have these kids in battle with one another.
I have questioned myself about the brutality in the last few novels. Actually in ‘The Leopard,’ in hindsight, I feel I went a little bit too far with screaming blood. There are a couple of scenes that I regret and wish I had the chance to rewrite. ‘Phantom’ has less blood.
The more I’m educated on things like the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, and things that I feel passionate about, I never want to come off irresponsible for choosing a name that is disrespectful.
Imagine: in the medieval ages, there was no evidence of how the history of mankind has been affected by witchcraft. But there is significant factual history of how brutality and sadism of mankind have been displayed in the most obscene manner in the name of witch-hunt.
If this war is not fought with the greatest brutality against the bands both in the East and in the Balkans then in the foreseeable future the strength at our disposal will not be sufficient to be able to master this plague.
I see myself capable of arrogance and brutality… That’s a fierce thing, to discover within yourself that which you despise the most in others.
The anger and the brutality against everything can readily from one hour to the next be transformed into its opposite.
I’ve been so lucky to do different things. The world in which ‘Westworld’ takes place is so unique and bizarre, and it’s really interesting to explore that whole universe with the language and brutality going on there. With ‘Inferno,’ there’s the Dan Brown mystery.
But that citizen’s perception was also at one with the truth in recognizing that the very brutality of the means by which the IRA were pursuing change was destructive of the trust upon which new possibilities would have to be based.
We just were saying no more police brutality. And we had enough of police harassment in the Village and other places.
Freddie Gray was a story I followed closer than others, for whatever reason, in this larger narrative of police brutality.
Consider the bloody history of Europe: there was a great aspiration for high culture, yet this very same culture was shaped by brutality and barbarism.
With continued prayer and an equally-determined commitment to action for needed anti-violence reforms, let us resolve to work toward a new era in which every American child and every adult are protected from the ravages of brutality, safe and secure in our homes and schools and communities.
By showing hunger, deprivation, starvation and brutality, as well as endurance and nobility, documentaries inform, prod our memories, even stir us to action. Such films do battle for our very soul.
We’ve all witnessed violent acts of police brutality happen around the nation that have gone unaddressed.
Weakness is what brings ignorance, cheapness, racism, homophobia, desperation, cruelty, brutality, all these things that will keep a society chained to the ground, one foot nailed to the floor.
It’s too bad about ‘Dark of the Sun.’ It was really about Tshombe. When I read the script, I thought it was going to be a political movie, and I thought we might even have a hassle. But the director simplified it to brutality and bad taste.
I think violence, cynicism, brutality and fashion are the staples of our diet. I think in the grand history of story-telling, going back to people sitting around fires, the dark side of human nature has always been very important. Movies are part of that tradition.
We have a lot of people that are oppressed. We have a lot of people that aren’t treated equally, aren’t given equal opportunities. Police brutality is a huge thing that needs to be addressed. There are a lot of issues that need to be talked about, need to be brought to life, and we need to fix those.
When you hear these stories about different cases of police brutality, don’t even just make that person just another hashtag, another statistic. That is somebody’s father, brother, sister, mother – be more aware of what that means.
When you ask people to name victims of police brutality, for the most part, nobody will give you a woman’s name.
We bear witness to the worst of human brutality, retweet what we have witnessed, and then we move on to the next atrocity. There is always more atrocity.
People traverse the dangerous journey to the US because of deep fear. They are often escaping brutality, even life-or-death situations.
Football was always a deal we made with ourselves. We adopted it for its brutality, which was embedded in a context that happened to be perfectly suited to television and to gambling, but which we could convince ourselves was only incidental to our enjoyment because it was only incidental to the game itself.
I had many boxing matches with my brother in the backyard when we were younger, and I guess while other people abhor boxing for its brutality, I also have to admire anyone who climbs into the ring to face up to what could be the ultimate defeat.
Ideas are the great warriors of the world, and a war that has no idea behind it, is simply a brutality.
My background is: I’m a Black man in America, victim of police brutality, victim of institutional racism, working-class from working-class roots.
Nothing gets us down more than watching violence on television or reading about war and brutality in the newspaper. The truth is, there’s a massive reduction in the amount of violence around the world.
It’s true, we grew up in a ghetto. To us it wasn’t too bad, but the police brutality was like that. You see three or four black kids hanging out, they pull you over, jackin’ you, makin’ you get down on the ground.
Order rooted in and maintained and restored by fear, intimidation, brutality and incarceration is immoral and untenable. Justice is order’s intended soul mate. But serving justice is twice as hard as serving fear.
If we support human rights, we cannot ignore legalized brutality against any group of our global community.
Television brought the brutality of war into the comfort of the living room. Vietnam was lost in the living rooms of America – not on the battlefields of Vietnam.
It was wrenching to read about the brutality of Assad every morning, to see images of family homes reduced to rubble. I felt we had to do something in Syria.
I’ve seen the police brutality.
It’s this weird binary where I’m getting media images and narratives thrown at me all the time through something I hold in my hand, and that’s never happened to other generations. But also with this little object in my hand, I have the ability to document police brutality, or post about the Syrian conflict on Twitter.
Director Gary Ross has created an adaptation that is faithful in both narrative and theme, but he’s also brought a rich and powerful vision of Panem, its brutality and excesses, to the film as well. His world building’s fantastic, whether it be the Seam or the Capitol.
I have pushed virtue to outright brutality.
I realize I will always be the poster child for police brutality, but I can try to use that as a positive force for healing and restraint.
We been in the streets protesting for years about police brutality.
We’re in an emergency situation. The United States has become an absolutely terrifying country, and I would hope that I could participate in some way in stopping the horror and the brutality.
We Californians can watch the Weather Channel for images of winter’s brutality unleashed upon our fellow Americans and thank our lucky stars we don’t have to contend with it.