It is precisely the purpose of the public opinion generated by the press to make the public incapable of judging, to insinuate into it the attitude of someone irresponsible, uninformed.
– Walter Benjamin
Everyone has attitude, and I think everyone should have attitude. But I know I have attitude, but that’s just, I think if you don’t have attitude, it comes only with self confidence. So if you don’t have self confidence, you won’t have attitude, and I think there’s a difference when you have attitude and when you have arrogance.
– Sania Mirza
I can remember that on the shelves at home, there were these books by Thomas Wolfe. ‘Look Homeward Angel’ and ‘Of Time and the River.’ ‘Of Time and the River’ had just come out when I was aware of his name. My parents had a hard time convincing me that he was no kin whatsoever. My attitude was, ‘Well, what’s he doing on the shelf, then?’
– Tom Wolfe
There is a very deep conviction in the heart of the people who work in al-Jazeera that if it changes its editorial line, it will very quickly lose its audience. Al-Jazeera has its own style; it has more than 3,500 employees, and I don’t think anyone will have the attitude of changing it because they will lose.
– Wadah Khanfar