"Chavism deflects its responsibility onto other people."
Director, Foro Penal Venezolano
"What are the leaders of Sweden, Germany and the EU Parliament doing to protect Europeans?"
"The higher you build your barriers, the taller I become"
"So you’re telling me... if the dinos didn’t get loose, kill everyone n shut down Jurassic World, everyone would’ve still died from a volcano eruption? Man, the people planning the park were really incompetent at their jobs weren’t they?"
"I was excited for that conversation... Then the conversation turned to me."
Former Senator of Minnesota
"This is war. Sometimes our village is hit and nobody understands who's firing, where it's coming from."
Evdokia Vasilieva Taranenko
Local resident, Pervomaiske
"Europe has to decide whether to opt for solidarity or become a fortress sealed off from Africa and paying autocrats and warlords to stop the refugee flow."
University of Bath
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