“We all worry about the population explosion, but we don’t worry about it at the right time.”
“Either a species learns to control its own population, or something like disease, famine, war, will take care of the issue.”
“The idea that population growth guarantees a better life – financially or otherwise – is a myth that only those who sell diapers, baby carriages and the like have any right to believe”
“To act in good governance, you have to listen to a lot and talk just a little”.
Some poor old woman implored king Philip to solve her dispute. When he replied he hasn’t time for such things, she said, “So do not be a king!”
“Politics is an uncompromising opportunism”
“Equal laws protecting equal rights; the best guarantee of loyalty and love of country.”
“Truth and Justice is only one: it is applicable to the east, west, north and south.”
“Violence uses only one who lacks arguments.”
” Idea, spreading lies, deceit, violence and murder – is doomed.”
“Any noble idea can not be built on poverty, parents just selfishness and low instincts.”
“In the ensuing peaceful struggle shall win the government that is able to give his people the
highest degree of prosperity, freedom and human happiness – at first.
“The only thing you can not destroy is the idea. Can not shoot her, suffocate, or drown in the depths of the sea.
Despite all the obstacles, barbed wires and Chinese walls, flying undisturbed towards distant stars – human thought.”
“People of good will would not win, but strong-willed people would WIN”
“Weak and strong are equal. If the one strong would wish it”
“The highest patriotism is not a blid acceptance of official policy,
but a love of one’s country deep enough to call her to a higher plain.”
“He that wishes to see his country robbed of its rights cannot be a patriot.
“No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep
and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government”
Thomas Jefferson, 1 Thomas Jefferson Papers, 334
“Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms,
as the blackest.