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Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “American Women: How they mortify the flesh in order to make it appetizing! Their beauty is a vast industry, their enduring allure a discipline which nuns or athletes might find excessive.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “It is simply that America is very rich and very powerful and generally speaking everybody hates the rich and the powerful.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “It’s the circumstances of popular monarchy, the manner in which it’s developed, and it is also the fault of the people who present her with this unquestioning adulation. In other words, it’s their lack of a larger faith. Which makes them fasten onto, a purely earthly symbol.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “In politics, as in womanizing, failure is decisive. It sheds its retrospective gloom on earlier endeavor which at the time seemed full of promise.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “Politicians get their power too late, and I think that he has inherited an impossible situation in which he is ill-equipped to deal.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “The skyscrapers began to rise again, frailly massive, elegantly utilitarian, images in their grace, audacity and inconclusiveness, of the whole character of the people who produces them.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “As Man alone, Jesus could not have saved us; As God alone, He would not; Made flesh, He could and did.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “The first thing I remember about the world and I pray that it may be the last is that I was a stranger in it. This feeling, which everyone has in some degree, and which is, at once, the glory and desolation of homo sapiens, provides the only thread of consistency that I can detect in my life.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “I think that any person who is commenting on public affairs is entitled to point out those dangers.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “Organized religion kills the living beauty of God.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “Previous civilizations have been overthrown from without by the incursion of barbarian hordes. Christendom has dreamed up its own dissolution in the minds of its own intellectual elite. Our barbarians are home products, indoctrinated at the public expense, urged on by the media systematically stage by stage, dismantling Christendom, depreciating and deprecating all its values.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “There’s a large strain of irony in our human affairs... Interwoven with our affairs is this wonderful spirit of irony which prevents us from ever being utterly and irretrievably serious, from being unaware of the mysterious nature of our existence.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “Men are as liable to pursue their own ruin as their own advantage. In.”
Malcolm Muggeridge Quote: “Christendom has also retreated from freedom. In the much talk today about human rights, we forget that our human rights are derived from the Christian faith. In Christian terms every single human being, whoever he or she may be, sick or well, clever or foolish, beautiful or ugly, every single human being is loved of his Creator, who has, as the Gospels tell us, counted the hairs of his head.”
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