Obliterate quotes:

  • Will I obliterate national debt? Sure, why not? -- Pat Paulsen
  • Those who try to obliterate the past are injuring the present. -- Helen Dunmore
  • The European model is in danger if we obliterate the principle of personal responsibility. -- Jacques Delors
  • Hamas says in its charter they want to see a world without Israel. They want to obliterate Israel. -- Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
  • Polka dots can't stay alone. When we obliterate nature and our bodies with polka dots, we become part of the unity of our environments. -- Yayoi Kusama
  • Yet, history has shown that if material force can defeat some ideologies it can no longer obliterate a civilization without destabilizing the whole planet. -- Abdelaziz Bouteflika
  • Zombies are apocalyptic in nature. They belong to a class of monster that doesn't just hunt humans, but seeks to obliterate that entire human race. -- Max Brooks
  • Goods move in response to price differences from points of low to points of higher price, the movement tending to obliterate the price difference and come to rest. -- Frank Knight
  • We have our own home-grown terrorism, and to the extent that we can obliterate terrorism all over the world, then our own terrorism will be much easier to neutralize. -- Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
  • But it seemed to me that the American way of doing things was to obliterate a complete area, without really knowing exactly what was there and where they were. -- Peter Scott
  • I was inspired more by early Bette Midler. I do wear a fancy dress and very high heels - and extra high hair. My goal is to obliterate all earnestness. -- Ana Gasteyer
  • Our culture encourages women to nurture men, making it predictable that many experience a seductive empathy for abusive men, as well as the misguided hope that love can obliterate an ugly past. -- Leslie Morgan Steiner
  • Every step in the progress of this study has tended to obliterate the technical barriers by which logicians have sought to separate the inquiries relating to the several parts of man's nature. -- Richard Owen
  • If there's a cat, I obliterate it by putting polka dot stickers on it. I obliterate a horse by putting polka dot stickers on it. And I obliterated myself by putting the same polka dot stickers on myself. -- Yayoi Kusama
  • In Japan itself there have all along been attempts by some to obliterate the article about renunciation of war from the Constitution and for this purpose they have taken every opportunity to make use of pressures from abroad. -- Kenzaburo Oe
  • As the sun outshines the brightest star in the heavens, dispels every vestige of darkness and gives life and light to all beings, so, in a not too distant future, will the true religion of Christ supersede and obliterate all other religions, to the eternal benefit of mankind. -- Max Heindel
  • I am now certain that we have no alternative but to reduce urgently the levels of carbon that we are still pumping into the atmosphere as though tomorrow simply didn't matter. If we don't act collectively and individually, our children and their children will reap a whirlwind which will obliterate their civilisation. -- Jonathan Dimbleby
  • Sometimes only pain can obliterate pain. -- Alma Katsu
  • Don't let one cloud obliterate the whole sky. -- Anais Nin
  • All Heaven and EarthFlowered white obliterate...Snow...unceasing snow -- Hashin
  • So eager are our people to obliterate the present. -- Franz Kafka
  • Name and date split in soft slate a few months obliterate. 166 -- Basil Bunting
  • Beware of allowing a tactless word, a rebuttal, a rejection to obliterate the whole sky -- Anais Nin
  • Why obliterate the exceptional merely in order to make the outstanding look finer than it was? -- Salman Rushdie
  • There is no remembrance which time does not obliterate, nor pain which death does not terminate. -- Miguel de Cervantes
  • The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history. -- George Orwell
  • I destroy the image after I've made it, obliterate it a little so you never have it completely there. -- Deborah Turbeville
  • Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it. -- Hassan al-Banna
  • Do not let the artificial obliterate the natural; do not let will obliterate destiny; do not let virtue be sacrificed to fame. -- Zhuangzi
  • And somewhere from the dim ages of history the truth dawned upon Europe that the morrow would obliterate the plans of today. -- Jaroslav HaĊĦek
  • Polka dots can't stay alone. When we obliterate nature and our bodies with polka dots we become part of the unity of our environments. -- Yayoi Kusama
  • Religion has no business to formulate social laws and insist on the difference between beings, because its aim and end is to obliterate all such fictions and monstrosities. -- Swami Vivekananda
  • The human soul is like a bird that is born in a cage. Nothing can deprive it of its natural longings, or obliterate the mysterious remembrance of its heritage. -- Epes Sargent
  • ...the materialism of modern civilization is paradoxically founded on a hatred of materiality, a goal-oriented desire to obliterate all natural limits through technology, imposing an abstract grid over nature. -- Alan Watts
  • One method of destroying a concept is by diluting its meaning. Observe that by ascribing rights to the unborn, i.e., the nonliving, the anti-abortionists obliterate the rights of the living. -- Ayn Rand
  • Books have always a secret influence on the understanding; we cannot at pleasure obliterate ideas; he that reads books of science, thogh without any fixed desire of improvement, will grow more knowing... -- Samuel Johnson
  • If patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel, it is not merely because evil deeds may be performed in the name of patriotism, but because patriotic fervor can obliterate moral distinctions altogether. -- Ralph Barton Perry
  • When we are working at something, we come down from our high logical horse and sniff around with our nose to the ground. Then we obliterate our traces in order to become more God-like. -- Albert Einstein