I don't believe that in a couple of months Erdogan and the United States regime, and the Western regimes in general, and of course Saudi Arabia and Qatar, are going to stop the support of the terrorists.
I don't believe that in the name of the holiness of the city you have to put barbed wires, machine gun nests, mine pins and everything of that, in the name of the holiness of Jerusalem.
I don't believe that intelligence can be reduced to a number, frankly. But I can see how doing exactly that produces a useful sorting mechanism in our society in order to separate children into categories of promising and doomed. The tests seem arbitrary and without real scientific value and yet have lasting consequences.
I don't believe that jazz will ever really die. It's a nice way to express yourself.
I don't believe that killing the French model in order to become the U.K. or the United States overnight is the solution. You have a big debate on inequality there, and for our society, a lot of inequality would not be bearable.
I don't believe that less fortunate people should have to wait until a movie is released on public TV for free, while richer people get to see it months in advance.
I don't believe that life is linear. I think of it as circles -- concentric circles that connect.
I don't believe that life is supposed to make you feel good, or make you feel miserable either. Life is just supposed to make you feel.
I don't believe that life is supposed to make you feel good, or to make you feel miserable either. Life is just supposed to make you feel.
I don't believe that math and nature respond to democracy. Just because very clever people have rejected the role of the infinite, their collective opinions, however weighty, won't persuade mother nature to alter her ways. Nature is never wrong.
I don't believe that military intervention is always the right approach. What we need is a comprehensive strategy, one that advances democratization, economic reforms and equal rights for women.
I don't believe that murders can be solved. I think that this is the big lie of the mystery novel, that you should close the book and feel that the world is back in order and everything's all right. I want the reader to know that the world is not all right, and maybe we ought to do something about it.
I don't believe that my first name is Leo or that my last name is Tolstoy. I'm a storyteller.
I don't believe that narrative works when it's trying to teach a lesson or speak a factual truth.
I don't believe that old cliche that good things come to those who wait. I think good things come to those who want something so bad they can't sit still.
I don't believe that one has to tear down the cinema screen in order to renew cinema. But new input and new energy are lacking. They are flowing above all into the television technologies. We must, therefore, concentrate on the CD-ROM.
I don't believe that one should have one-size-fits-all moral rules for international political action.
I don't believe that people die and come back as spirits, but I think there might be some unexplained events.
I don't believe that people should take their own lives without deep and thoughtful reflection over a considerable period of time. (suicide note).