We love the indomitable bellicose patriotism that sets you apart; we love the national pride that guides your muscularly courageous race; we love the potent individualism that doesn't prevent you from opening your arms to individualists of every land, whether libertarians or anarchists.
Tommaso Marinetti (1876–1944), Italian playwright, founder of Futurism. Speech, 1910, Lyceum Club, London. "Futurist Speech to the English," published in Marinetti: Selected Writings, ed. R.W. Flint (1972).