Quote by Arnold Bennett
All wrong doing is done in the sincere belief that it is the best thing to do.
This quote suggests that individuals who engage in wrongful actions do so out of a genuine conviction that they are making the right choices. It implies that people's motivations for their actions are rooted in their own subjective beliefs and moral frameworks. While their actions may be judged as morally wrong by societal standards, this quote highlights the complexity of human behavior and the potential for misguided intentions. It invites us to consider the intentions behind people's actions, even when they may appear to be morally reprehensible.
I think it's only in a crisis that Americans see other people. It has to be an American crisis, of course. If two countries fight that do not supply the Americans with some precious commodity, then the education of the public does not take place. But when the dictator falls, when the oil is threatened, then you turn on the television and they tell you where the country is, what the language is, how to pronounce the names of the leaders, what the religion is all about, and maybe you can cut out recipes in the newspaper of Persian dishes.
Media mystifications should not obfuscate a simple, perceivable fact; Black teenage girls do not create poverty by having babies. Quite the contrary, they have babies at such a young age precisely because they are poor --because they do not have the opportunity to acquire an education, because meaningful, well-paying jobs and creative forms of recreation are not accessible to them... because safe, effective forms of contraception are not available to them.