Quotes from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners

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“Anarchism is the revolutionary idea that no one is more qualified than you are to decide what your life will be.”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners


“Because I care about human beings, I want them to be free to do what is right for them. Isn't that more important than mere peace on earth? Isn't freedom, even dangerous freedom, preferable to the safest slavery, to peace bought with ignorance, cowardice, and submission?”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners


“Where do you want to go, my heart?" "Anywhere - anywhere, out of this world.”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners


“Note: When reading dry political theory, such as the texts you will find on the following pages, it may be useful to apply the Exclamation Point Test from time to time, to determine if the material you are reading is actually relevant to your life. To apply this test, simply go through the text replacing all the punctuation marks at the ends of the sentences with exclamation points. If the results sound absurd when read aloud, then you know you're wasting your time.”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners


“Countless generations have set out convinced that they would succeed where other had failed – that's where lawyers and reporters come from, you know. They're the cynical corpses of idealistic young people who thought the system could be reformed.”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners



“What's the point of doing anything if nobody's watching?”
― CrimethInc., quote from Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners


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