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petek, 24 septembra, 2021

15 years after her death, Oriana Fallaci’s thoughts still inspire: “I have always loved life. He who loves life never knows how to adapt, to submit, to be patient. (…) He who loves life always stands with a rifle at the window to defend it.”

By: P.S. (Summarised and adapted from the Hayek Cafe blog)

Oriana Fallaci (died September 15th, 2006) about…

… Islam (1): “Thinking that there is good and bad Islam is at odds with reason.”

… Eurabia: “Europe is no longer Europe, it is Eurabia, a colony of Islam, where the Islamic invasion takes place not only in a physical sense, but also in a mental and cultural sense.”

… life (1): “I have always loved life. He who loves life never knows how to adapt, to submit, to be patient. (…) He who loves life always stands with a rifle at the window to defend it.”

… young Europeans: “Instead of teaching young people, we have donkeys with a university education. Instead of being future leaders, we have sissies with expensive blue jeans and fake revolutionaries with ski masks. And you know what? Maybe that is another reason why our Muslim invaders have such an easy job.”

… Muslims: “If I had a gun and had to choose between Mexicans and Muslims, I would hesitate for a moment, but then I would shoot at Muslims because they climbed on my di*k.”

… Islam (2): “The only art in which the sons of Allah have always proved themselves is the art of possession, conquest, and subjugation.”

… multiculturalism: “The moment you give up your principles and your values, you are dead, your culture is dead, your civilisation is dead.”

… elections: “Why do people humiliate themselves when they vote. I did not vote. No. Because I have dignity. If I plugged my nose at one point and voted for one of them, I would spit in my own face.”

… freedom (1): “Freedom is a duty rather than a right.”

… Iranian religious and political leader Khomeini: “Without Khomeini, we would not be where we are. It is a pity his mother did not have an abortion when she was pregnant.”

… native Italy: “Europe is becoming more and more a province of Islam, a colony of Islam. And Italy is the outpost of this province, the fortress of this colony.”

… life (2): “Life is a death penalty.”

… her illness: “For me, all wars are over, but my personal war is also coming to an end.”

… war: “Almost nothing destroys human dignity like war, especially unjust war.”

… censoring her texts: “When they delete part of the text, it is like deleting part of me.”

… the past: “You cannot exist if you do not know the past.”

… freedom (2): “The increased presence of Muslims in Italy and Europe is directly proportional to the loss of our freedom.”

Note: Fallaci died of lung cancer. She was first operated on in New York in 1992, however, she did not survive the disease the second time. She blamed her stay in Kuwait in 1991 for her cancer, when Saddam Hussein decided to burn oil fields. She was also a passionate smoker all her life. She was repeatedly advised to quit smoking. But she rather died than allow others to tell her how to live, what is healthy for her and what is not. So she died free (and liberated), but above all on her own terms: not in a hospital in New York, but in Florence, in her native Tuscany. She is buried in the Cimitero Evangelico agli Allori cemetery.

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