„Jesus is coming again within the next two years.“

—  Benny Hinn

July 1997, fund-raising telethon on TBN

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„Without the elected president and if there is a freak result, within two or three years, the army would have to come in and stop it“

—  Lee Kuan Yew First Prime Minister of Singapore 1923 - 2015

MM Lee Kuan Yew on what would happen if a profligate opposition government touched Singapore's vast monetary reserves, "Lee Kuan Yew defends PAP's Political Dominance", Reuters, 16 September 2006

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„By that time one did not need to be a clairvoyant to foresee that war between Britain and Germany was coming; one could even foretell within a year or two when it would come.“

—  George Orwell English author and journalist 1903 - 1950

§ 6
"Looking Back on the Spanish War" (1943)
Contexto: The outcome of the Spanish war was settled in London, Paris, Rome, Berlin — at any rate not in Spain. After the summer of 1937 those with eyes in their heads realized that the Government could not win the war unless there were some profound change in the international set-up, and in deciding to fight on Negrin and the others may have been partly influenced by the expectation that the world war which actually broke out in 1939 was coming in 1938. The much-publicized disunity on the Government side was not a main cause of defeat. The Government militias were hurriedly raised, ill-armed and unimaginative in their military outlook, but they would have been the same if complete political agreement had existed from the start. At the outbreak of war the average Spanish factory-worker did not even know how to fire a rifle (there had never been universal conscription in Spain), and the traditional pacifism of the Left was a great handicap. The thousands of foreigners who served in Spain made good infantry, but there were very few experts of any kind among them. The Trotskyist thesis that the war could have been won if the revolution had not been sabotaged was probably false. To nationalize factories, demolish churches, and issue revolutionary manifestoes would not have made the armies more efficient. The Fascists won because they were the stronger; they had modern arms and the others hadn't. No political strategy could offset that.
The most baffling thing in the Spanish war was the behaviour of the great powers. The war was actually won for Franco by the Germans and Italians, whose motives were obvious enough. The motives of France and Britain are less easy to understand. In 1936 it was clear to everyone that if Britain would only help the Spanish Government, even to the extent of a few million pounds’ worth of arms, Franco would collapse and German strategy would be severely dislocated. By that time one did not need to be a clairvoyant to foresee that war between Britain and Germany was coming; one could even foretell within a year or two when it would come. Yet in the most mean, cowardly, hypocritical way the British ruling class did all they could to hand Spain over to Franco and the Nazis. Why? Because they were pro-Fascist, was the obvious answer. Undoubtedly they were, and yet when it came to the final showdown they chose to stand up to Germany. It is still very uncertain what plan they acted on in backing Franco, and they may have had no clear plan at all. Whether the British ruling class are wicked or merely stupid is one of the most difficult questions of our time, and at certain moments a very important question.

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„The next time you see Jesus Christ, ask Him what happened to the just society He promised 2,000 years ago.“

—  Pierre Trudeau 15th Prime Minister of Canada 1919 - 2000

In reply to a high school student's question about what happened to Trudeau's promises of a "Just Society", in Regina, Saskatchewan (September 1972)[citation needed]

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„We're also increasing the number of Syrian and other refugees we admit to the U. S. to 100,000 per year for the next two years.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961

President Barack Obama on Twitter at September 28, 2015 https://twitter.com/potus/status/648543139196743680

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„With engineering, I view this year's failure as next year's opportunity to try it again. Failures are not something to be avoided. You want to have them happen as quickly as you can so you can make progress rapidly.“

—  Gordon Moore American businessman, co-founder of Intel and author of the eponym law 1929

[Laura Schmitt, 2000, May, An interview with Gordon Moore, Ingenuity, 5, 2, http://www.ece.uiuc.edu/ingenuity/500/mooreint.html, 2006-11-06]

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„So you do need to make a plan for the next three or 30 years, but also the next 300 or 3,000 years.“

—  Brunello Cucinelli Italian entrepreneur and philanthropist 1953

Fonte: Brunello Cucinelli on humble beginnings, Ancient Greek inspiration and his new Project for Beauty https://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/womens-style/brunello-cucinelli-project-beauty/amp/ Bethan Holt, The Telegraph, 10 SEPTEMBER 2018

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„Hawkey - Hawkey [Mr. Fawkes of Farnley Hall, North Yorkshire, close friend of Turner] - come here - come here! Look at this thunderstorm! Isn't it grand? - Isn't it wonderful? - Isn't it sublime?.. There, Hawkey; in two years you will see this again, and call it 'Hannibal Crossing the Alps'.“

—  J.M.W. Turner British Romantic landscape painter, water-colourist, and printmaker 1775 - 1851

Quote c. 1810; as quoted in 'A brief history of weather in European landscape art', John E. Thornes, in Weather Volume 55, Issue 10 Oct. 2000, p. 368
The sky effects in the 'Hannibal' painting of Turner (Tate Gallery, No. 490) he finished in 1812, were supposedly seen by Turner in Yorkshire whilst visiting his friends the Fawkeses, (Tate Gallery 1975)
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„iMac is next year's computer for $1,299, not last year's computer for $999.“

—  Steve Jobs American entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple Inc. 1955 - 2011

Introduction of the first iMac computer in Cupertino, California, (6 May 1998)

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„This year I'm a star, but what will I be next year? A black hole?“

—  Woody Allen American screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, playwright, and musician 1935

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