In ancient Greece, when the Gods ruled the world, Iganor, the God of bad luck, sentenced a mortal warrior to death. Iganor was a reasonable God and allowed the warrior to choose his method of death. The warrior was allowed to make one statement. Iganor decided that if the statement was true, the warrior was to be fed to the dragons and if the statement was false, the warrior was to be killed by a poisoned fruit tart! The warrior mulled his predicament over and finally made the statement. Iganor was so confused by the warrior's statement, that he had to let the warrior go free. What was the warrior's statement?
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