Alex Berenson’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Alex Berenson Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Alex Berenson, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Alex Berenson you will find my Ten favourites of Alex Berenson’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“Rosette disappeared onto the dance floor. Wells sat in silence for a minute, watching the dancers. The worldwide cult of fast money spent stupidly. The worldwide cult of trying too hard. Moscow, Rio, Los Angeles, Tokyo, New York, London, Shanghai–the story was the same everywhere. The same overloud music, the same overpromoted brand names, the same fake tits, about as erotic as helium balloons. Everywhere an orgy of empty consumption and bad sex. Las Vegas was the cult’s world headquarters, Donald Trump its patron saint. Wells had spent ten years in the barren mountains of Afghanistan and Pakistan. He never wanted to live there again. But if he had to choose between an eternity there or in the supposed luxury of this club, he’d go back without a second thought.”
― Alex Berenson, The Silent Man

 “Always wrong but never in doubt.”
― Alex Berenson, The Faithful Spy

“Afternoon. I’m Rick. What can I do you for today?” “Put the preposition in the right place.”
― Alex Berenson, Twelve Days

 “Wells played God in the most elemental way: Who shall live and who shall die, who shall reach the end of his days and who shall not, who by water and who by fire, who by sword and who by beast . . . But snatching the world’s secrets from their graves gave Shafer his own taste of absolute power.”
― Alex Berenson, Twelve Days

 “humans can build as easily as destroy,”
― Alex Berenson, The Faithful Spy

 “If stupid people didn’t insist on thinking they were smart, the world would be a lot simpler.”
― Alex Berenson, The Counterfeit Agent

“In a democracy, a politician who didn’t know where he stood might lose an election. In Russia, he’d lose everything.”
― Alex Berenson, The Deceivers

 “Everything depends which side of the shotgun you’re on,”
― Alex Berenson, The Faithful Spy

“one of these fancy houses. But Dale might show up at the Kermex lot with the cops, and nobody could risk that. Least of all Wells. He tossed the box of fried chicken on the lawn – maybe the smell would attract raccoons. They walked for miles down Mount Vernon in rain that turned into a full-on thunderstorm. Wells forced himself to stick with Eduardo and the others, though he worried that a cop might pick them up. Sandy Springs was the richest suburb in Atlanta, and its police didn’t look kindly on brown men wandering the streets. For long stretches, the road had no shoulder or sidewalks, and twice they were forced to jump into brush to avoid speeding SUVs. Finally they reached 285 and waited interminably for a bus. From now on Wells was bringing twenty bucks and his cell phone on these jobs, so he could call a cab if he got ditched. He had been colder and hungrier plenty of times, but he couldn’t remember being quite so furious. He expected more from his country. Beside him the Guatemalans chattered away until finally Wells tapped Eduardo’s shoulder. ‘You speak English?’ Wells said. Eduardo smiled. ‘Good as you speak Spanish.’ ‘Then can I ask you something? You like it here?’ ‘Every month I send my family seven hundred dollars. They building a house in Escuintla, where I’m from,’ Eduardo said. ‘When it’s done, I go home.’ ‘You don’t want to stay?’ ‘You”
― Alex Berenson, The Faithful Spy

“Wells walked down K Street, head bent. Washington left him wanting a concealed carry holster. The lobbyists and lawyers descended from their lairs as the afternoon fled. They brushed past Wells, slipped into their black cars to ride to their Georgetown town houses. They strolled to fifteen-dollar-martini bars to invent new tax loopholes. They weren’t all white. And they weren’t all men, not anymore. But they all looked prosperous and confident. Too bad they devoted so much drive and intelligence to scalping the other three hundred twenty million Americans.”
― Alex Berenson, The Deceivers

10 Famous Quotes by Author Alex Berenson

So there you have it my Ten favourite quotes by Alex Berenson, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author Alex Berenson.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Alex Berenson. 

One Final Bonus – Alex Berenson Quote 

“Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter. —“On the Blue Water: A Gulf Stream Letter,” Ernest Hemingway, Esquire, April 1936”

― Alex Berenson, The Shadow Patrol

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