“But these truths were a fire in me then. Now I can tell them without being burned. These truths do not have to be hurled in men’s faces. They are not intended to ignite fervor. I do not trust fervor.
Every time it has burst out somewhere, it has brought fire, famine, misery….And contempt for man.
Fervor is the weapon of choice of the impotent.” – Frantz Fanon (Black Skin, White Masks)