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"Disarmament by war and democracy by occupation are difficult prospects." - Hans Blix

"But we have a war of ideals and ideas, and that is to sell democracy..." - John Mccain

"We have declared a bitter war against the principle of democracy and all those who seek to enact it." - Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

"War is one of the constants of history, and it has not diminished with civilization or democracy." - Will Durant

"Democracy necessarily means a conflict of will and ideas, involving sometimes a war of the knife between different ideas." - Mahatma Gandhi

"Winning Democracy for the Negro is winning the war for Democracy" - A Philip Randolph

"America is at war with itself because it's basically declared war not only on any sense of democratic idealism, but it's declared war on all the institutions that make democracy possible. And we see it with the war on public schools. We see it with the war on education. We see it with the war on the healthcare system." - Henry Giroux

"To declare the Cold War over, and declare democracy has won out over totalitarianism, is a measure of arrogance and wrong-headedness." - Alexander Haig

"Despite what the pundits want us to think, contested primaries aren't civil war, they are democracy at work, and that's beautiful." - Sarah Palin

"Concentration of executive power, unless it's very temporary and for specific circumstances, let's say fighting world war two, it's an assault on democracy." - Noam Chomsky

"Britain, which in the years immediately before this war was rapidly losing such democratic virtues as it possessed, is now being bombed and burned into democracy." - J B Priestley

"Gone is any mention of American exceptionalism. I happen to believe that twice, three times in the 20th century, the United States saved Western democracy, both World War - both World Wars and the Cold War." - Mark Shields

"For starters, this country embodies something utterly unique: History's first democratic empire. Beginning in the post war era, we have used free trade and democracy to create a series of interlocking relationships that end war." - Armstrong Williams

"The Philippines and the U.S. have had a strong relationship with each other for a very long time now. We have a shared history. We have shared values, democracy, freedom, and we have been in all the wars together in modern history, the World War, Second World War, Cold War, Vietnam, Korea, now the war on terrorism." - Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

"World War II proved a hypothesis that Alexis de Tocqueville advanced a century before: the war-fighting potential of a democracy is at its greatest when war is most intense; at its weakest when war is most limited. This is a lesson with enduring relevance to our own times - and our own wars." - David Frum

"We say that if America has entered the war to make the world safe for democracy, she must first make democracy safe in America. How else is the world to take America seriously, when democracy at home is daily being outraged, free speech suppressed, peaceable assemblies broken up by overbearing and brutal gangsters in uniform; when free press is curtailed and every independent opinion gagged? Verily, poor as we are in democracy, how can we give of it to the world?" - Emma Goldman

"Democracy is a request from a War Board, in the middle of a morning in the middle of a war, wanting to know what democracy is." - E B White

"The war on terror, rebranded under Obama as the "Overseas Contingency Operation," has morphed into war on democracy." - Henry Giroux

"I am confident that in the end freedom and democracy will prevail over terror and tyranny. We will win this war on terror - and when we do Americans, the British, Iraqis, and people around the world will be more secure." - Doc Hastings

"After each war there is a little less democracy left to save." - Brooks Atkinson

"We have an absolute right in a democracy to argue about a war." - Norman Mailer

"If the war on terror is endless, you could forget about democracy." - Robert Scheer

"After each war there is a little less democracy to save." - Brooks Atkinson

"I was never convinced that war was the best system to bring democracy to the country." - Silvio Berlusconi

"The anti-war movement should turn itself into a pro-democracy movement" - Naomi Klein

"In the seed and the soil, we find the answers to every one of the crises we face. The crises of violence and war. The crises of hunger and disease. The crisis of the destruction of democracy." - Vandana Shiva

"When a government goes to war, particularly a democracy, it is the most solemn and awesome responsibility of our leaders - to decide to send our kids to go off and kill and die for us." - Joe Wilson

"Our goal in Iraq is victory. Our goal is for a young democracy to be able to sustain itself, govern itself, and defend itself and serve as an ally in the war on terror." - George W Bush

"H.L.Mencken's war aims, according to the handful of observers who deigned to notice his conflict, were the overthrow of American Democracy, the Christian religion, and the YMCA. He was also credited with trying to wipe out poets and luncheon orators." - Ben Hecht

"Day by day, it's worse for my people, especially for the women. And that's why, because of all of these main reasons, we say this is the mockery of democracy and mockery of War on Terror." - Malalai Joya

"In any democracy, there is always a tug-of-war between policies to achieve equality and policies to promote excellence. I am certain that Canada can achieve both equality and excellence." - John Turner

"Today's neoliberalism has a number of byproducts. We have massive forms of inequality developing because there are no longer any concessions. There's a war being waged on democracy and all social spheres and institutions that tend to defend it." - Henry Giroux

"Rejecting the notion that democracy and markets are the same, young people are calling for an end to the poverty, grotesque levels of economic inequality, the suppression of dissent and the permanent war state." - Henry Giroux

"In 1940, President Roosevelt called on American industry to become the 'great arsenal of democracy.' Automotive manufacturers in Michigan responded and converted their assembly lines from cars to tanks and helped America win World War II." - Sander Levin

"If the great Western experiment fails and we end up living in totalitarian war-on-terrorism states, one day someone's going to say, 'Well democracy doesn't work because they had to give it up'." - Martin Firrell

"Democracy is, in essence, a form of non-violent conflict management. If war is the worst enemy of development, healthy and balanced development is the best form of conflict prevention." - Kofi Annan

"The war against ISIS will pose many new challenges for the next commander-in-chief. The last two presidents [George W. Bush and Barack Obama] pursued a Middle East policy that supported toppling dictators to try to promote democracy." - Wolf Blitzer

"What we may be witnessing is not the end of the Cold War but the end of history as such; that is, the end point of man's ideological evolution and the universalization of Western liberal democracy." - Francis Fukuyama

"The President proclaims war, and those Senators who dissent are not those who know better, but those who can afford to...Democracy becomes a government of bullies tempered by editors." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"We learned in World War II that no single nation holds a monopoly on wisdom, morality or right to power, but that we must fight for the weak and promote democracy." - Joe Baca

"Until democracy in effective enthusiastic action fills the vacuum created by the power of modern inventions, we may expect the fascists to increase in power after the war both in the United States and in the world." - Henry A Wallace

"With the end of the cold war, all the 'isms' of the 20th century - Fascism, Nazism, Communism and the evil of apartheid-ism - have failed. Except one. Only democracy has shown itself true the help of all mankind." - Jack Kemp

"My parents were true believers in the efficacy of American constitutional democracy, and I was thoroughly inculcated with reverence for what we the people are capable of doing. The complication in that simple narrative is that as I got older, the Vietnam War shook my confidence in how our democracy was working. I ended up serving in that war, but it started with a lie, and I was very proud of my father for being one of its earliest opponents." - Al Gore

"Democracy and violence can ill go together." - Mahatma Gandhi

"Democracy is morose, and runs to anarchy." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Democracy generally monopolizes and concentrates power." - Lord Acton

"Christianity and democracy are inevitably enemies," - R.J. Rushdoony

"Islam and democracy can function together." - Ali Babacan

"The dichotomies, the brokenness of the culture around things like the Vietnam war, and then a lot of it has to do with war and where we put our energy and money and attention. And the military industrial complex, which dominates our whole economy. Even with the vision of democracy in other places we know the dark side." - Anne Waldman

"We say that if America has entered the war to make the world safe for democracy, she must first make democracy safe in America." - Emma Goldman

"War is cinema, and cinema is war" - Paul Virilio

"I renounce war for its consequences, for the lies it lives on and propagates, for the undying hatred it arouses, for the dictatorships it puts in place of democracy, for the starvation that stalks after it. I renounce war, and never again, directly or indirectly, will I sanction or support another." - Harry Emerson Fosdick

"Crime is fast destroying the moral fabric of South African cities, and is becoming a major threat to South African democracy as well as the prominent manifestation of a "class war" that is largely a continuation of the "race war" of yesterday." - Achille Mbembe

"We must be the great arsenal of democracy. For us this is an emergency as serious as war itself. We must apply ourselves to our task with the same resolution, the same sense of urgency, the same spirit of patriotism and sacrifice as we would show were we at war." - Franklin D Roosevelt

"A democracy which makes or even effectively prepares for modern, scientific war must necessarily cease to be democratic. No country can be really well prepared for modern war unless it is governed by a tyrant, at the head of a highly trained and perfectly obedient bureaucracy." - Aldous Huxley

"Elections are a festival of democracy. Everyone must join this festival of democracy and strengthen it." - Narendra Modi

"There is no democracy without socialism, and no socialism without democracy." - Rosa Luxemburg

"There is no democracy without Socialism and No Socialism without Democracy" - Rosa Luxemburg

"I genuinely feel that the survival of this country lies in democracy and democracy alone." - Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq

"There is no democracy in the world of intellect, and no democracy of taste." - Robertson Davies

"Democracy needs support, and the best support for democracy comes from other democracies." - Benazir Bhutto

"Americans assume that we never go to war to sustain our wealth, because war must be understood as a moral enterprise commensurate with our being a democracy." - Stanley Hauerwas

"Preventive war is a crime not easily committed by a country that retains any traces of democracy." - George Orwell

"There is no more dangerous thing for a democracy than a foreign policy based on presidential preventive war." - Arthur M Schlesinger Jr

"Democracy as we conceive it in the US will not survive in Britain or France after the war." - Joseph P Kennedy

"I can't see democracy occurring by force - after an Iraqi war, because of the fallout from that." - Madeleine Albright

"The Palestinians are a despotic, undemocratic grouping which promotes a religious war against Israel, a democracy, through terror." - Melanie Phillips

"We talk about spreading democracy and freedom all over the world, but they are to us words rather than conditions. We haven't even got them here in America, and the farther we get into this war the farther we get away from democracy and freedom. Where is it leading us to, and when will it end? The war might stop this winter, but that is improbable. It may go on for fifty years or more. That also is improbable. The elements are too conflicting and confused to form any accurate judgment of its length. There may be a series of wars, one after another, going on indefinitely." - Charles Lindbergh

"The major western democracies are moving towards corporatism. Democracy has become a business plan, with a bottom line for every human activity, every dream, every decency, every hope. The main parliamentary parties are now devoted to the same economic policies - socialism for the rich, capitalism for the poor - and the same foreign policy of servility to endless war. This is not democracy. It is to politics what McDonalds is to food." - John Pilger

"Talk loud enough about human rights and it gives the impression of democracy at work, justice at work. There was a time when the United States waged war to topple democracies, because back then democracy was a threat to the Free Market. Countries were nationalising their resources, protecting their markets.... So then, real democracies were being toppled. They were toppled in Iran, they were toppled all across Latin America, Chile." - Arundhati Roy

"I do think, from the other side, that George W. ush was somewhat of an innocent in his thinking about what Ronald Reagan did during the Cold War and by bringing democracy to Eastern Europe. I think he believed that he could do the same thing by bringing democracy - or Midland, Texas, really - to the Middle East. I truly think he felt it was possible. "I want to do for the Middle East what Reagan did for the Soviet Union."" - Josh Brolin

"The fact is that Britain is the most warlike nation on earth. In the history of armed combat, we are the only democracy to have declared war on another democracy - England versus Finland in the second world war, in case you're interested - and we're always at the front of the queue when Johnny Foreigner gets a bit uppity. Who stood up to the Kaiser? Who stood up to Adolf? And let's not forget the Argies. What other country would have sent its fleet halfway round the world and lost 250 men to protect a flock of sheep and some oil that might or might not be there? We're still at it." - Jeremy Clarkson

"What would be the difference if we retreated and let the French and Germans make decisions for the world? We tried that twice in the last century. Isolationsim, refusing to accept our role in the world, and delaying our response to evildoers ultimately cost fifty-three million lives in World War 2 alone. The preemption policy of the Bush administration, taking the war to the enemy and exporting democracy and freedom, has liberated fifty million." - Tammy Bruce

"No democracy is born perfect, and none ever gets to be perfect. Yet democracy is superior to authoritarian and totalitarian regimes because, unlike them, democracy is perfectible." - Mario Vargas Llosa

"Democracy and dependence on the military and police are incompatible." - Mahatma Gandhi

"Ultimately, freedom and democracy are stronger than fear and tyranny." - Gijs De Vries

"The war industries in many countries and the enormous trade in weapons of all kinds generate corruption and fuel conflict throughout the world. The existence of an immensely powerful military-industrial complex constitutes a danger to democracy, both internationally and domestically, because it follows its own logic and operates independently of popular participation." - Alfred-Maurice de Zayas

"The [Vietnam] war's gone on for three years. And we'd thought we'd ended it because we'd done exactly what we were told and what we told ourselves we'd had to do. We had a majority. We were against the war and this created a crisis for democracy and a crisis for the antiwar movement." - Bill Ayers

"President Reagan fueled the spirit of America. His smile, his optimism, his total belief in the ultimate triumph of democracy and freedom, and his willingness to act on that belief, helped end the Cold War and usher in a new and brighter phase of history." - Colin Powell

"Israel was born under the British mandate. We learned from the British what democracy means, and how it behaves in a time of danger, war and terror. We thank Britain for introducing freedom and respect of human rights both in normal and demanding circumstances." - Shimon Peres

"We need a more authoritative world...What's the alternative to democracy? There isn't one. But even the best democracies agree that when a major war approaches, democracy must be put on hold for the time being. I have a feeling that climate change may be an issue as severe as war. It may be necessary to put democracy on hold for a while." - James Lovelock

"We must fortify African democracy and peace by launching Radio Democracy for Africa, supporting the transition to democracy now beginning to take place in Nigeria." - William J Clinton

"I'm for democracy, but imposing democracy is an oxymoron. People have to choose democracy, and it has to come up from below." - Madeleine Albright

"This philosophy of hate, of religious and racial intolerance, with its passionate urge toward war, is loose in the world. It is the enemy of democracy; it is the enemy of all the fruitful and spiritual sides of life. It is our responsibility, as individuals and organizations, to resist this." - Mary Heaton Vorse

"My belief in the growth and permanence of democracy is undimmed. I know that the people will cast off the new dictatorship as they did the old. I believe as firmly as in my youth that humanity will surmount the era of poverty and war. Life will be happier and more beautiful for all. I believe in the GOLDEN AGE." - Sylvia Pankhurst

"The cold war provided the perfect excuse for Western governments to plunder and exploit the Third World in the name of freedom; to rig its elections, bribe its politicians, appoint its tyrants and, by every sophisticated means of persuasion and interference, stunt the emergence of young democracies in the name of democracy." - John Le Carre

"The dream of Europe is a region of freedom and peace, of security, law, democracy, tolerance and mutual respect. If you look into the faces of the refugees you will see this dream. These are people who are fleeing from war, hate, violence and unjust systems." - Martin Schulz

"There is no genuine democracy without an informed public. While there are no guarantees that a critical education will prompt individuals to contest various forms of oppression and violence, it is clear that in the absence of a formative democratic culture, critical thinking will increasingly be trumped by anti-intellectualism, and walls and war will become the only means to resolve global challenges." - Henry Giroux

"The war on drugs is not being won, and it continues to threaten stability and democracy not only in the Andes but throughout the Caribbean as well, where tiny police and military forces are outclassed by the sophisticated equipment in the hands of traffickers passing through the region on the way to their market in this country." - Elliott Abrams

"We've been in the nation-building business since World War I, and especially since WWII. The goal is not a Jeffersonian Democracy in Afghanistan, but a representative government that respects human rights, protects its own people, and is a friend of the West. These are very realistic - and necessary - goals." - Oliver North

"When, during the Second World War, the island of Malta came through three terrible years of bombardment and destruction, it was rightly awarded the George Medal for bravery: today Israel should be awarded a similar decoration for defending democracy, tolerance and Western values against a murderous onslaught that has lasted twenty times as long." - Andrew Roberts

"In reality, at the end of World War II, America imposed democracy at the point of a bayonet on Japan and Germany, and it has proved a resounding success in both countries. The problem with liberals is that they never give bayonets a chance." - Dinesh D'Souza

"To me, elitism means a love of excellence and superiority, but America has declared war on both and developed a sick love of the lowest common denominator to make sure no-one becomes too fine for our touted democracy. We are almost at the point of regarding every virtue as elitist." - Florence King

"Our yearning for democracy is accompanied by a no less profound yearning for peace. And the media also faced the task of historical engineering to establish this required truth. We therefore have phenomena called 'peace missions' and the 'peace process'. These are terms that apply to whatever the United States happens to be doing or advocating at some moment... in short, 'War is Peace'." - Noam Chomsky

"It's true that the war in Iraq opened a distance in relations between part of Europe and the U.S. government, but our basic ties are stronger than that. We share democracy, free markets and a commitment to Western security. We differ on how to guarantee that security." - Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero

"I think what we are confronting now is a new war of ideas. It's not communism versus capitalism, but it is authoritarianism versus democracy and representative government. And that is a threat that here in Europe, they feel acutely. They've seen their countries interfered with, bombarded by cyber-attacks, by Russian propaganda, indeed, by Russian troops." - Adam Schiff

"My interest is, my one hobby is, maintaining a democracy. If you get these 500,000 soldiers advocating anything smelling of Fascism, I am going to get 500,000 more and lick the hell out of you, and we will have a real war right at home." - Smedley Butler

"Definition of victory which is really an important thing for the American people to understand is that we have an ally in the war on terror, that democracy is able to sustain itself and defend itself, and the Iraqi people feel that the security forces that we've trained up are capable of defending themselves against the violent." - George W Bush

"In the name of the rule of law, democracy and human rights, we cannot accept that the rights of individuals (Arab or Muslim) be trampled upon, or that populations are targeted and discriminated against in the name of the war against terrorism." - Tariq Ramadan

"It's true that the war in Iraq opened a distance in relations between part of Europe and the U.S. government, but our basic ties are stronger than that. We share democracy, free markets and a commitment to Western security. We differ on how to guarantee that security." - Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapat

"There's an assault on human sexuality, as Judge Scalia said, they've taken sides in the culture war and on top of that if we have a democracy, the democratic processes should be that we can elect representatives who will share our point of view and vote those things into law." - Pat Robertson

"War on terrorism defines the central preoccupation of the United States in the world today, and it does reflect in my view a rather narrow and extremist vision of foreign policy of the world's first superpower, of a great democracy, with genuinely idealistic traditions." - Zbigniew Brzezinski

"Democracy is "government of, by and for the people"." - Abraham Lincoln

"Popularity and democracy aren't a judge, they're just stats." - Ricky Gervais

"Democracy is four wolves and a sheep voting on dinner." - Robert A Heinlein

"An independent and free media is essential to ensure democracy." - Warren Christopher

"I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible." - Peter Thiel

"Im a cynic about corporate democracy and boards." - Carl Icahn

"Without God, democracy cannot and will not long endure." - Ronald Reagan

"We must nurture tolerance, collective wisdom, and democracy." - Nelson Mandela

"We have an underdeveloped democracy and overdeveloped plutocracy." - Ralph Nader

"Democracy is a life, and involves continual struggle." - Robert M. La Follette, Sr.

"Winning and losing is a part of democracy." - Narendra Modi

"Democracy has both expanded and declined over the years." - Noam Chomsky

"Democracy is not a commodity for import and export." - Prince Hassan bin Talal

"Democracy can't be just for billionaires and corporations." - Hillary Clinton

"I'm a cynic about corporate democracy and boards." - Carl Icahn

"The soviet people want full-blooded and unconditional democracy." - Mikhail Gorbachev

"Without God, democracy will not and cannot long endure." - Ronald Reagan

"Freedom and democracy are dreams you never give up." - Aung San Suu Kyi

"Democracy is not theater - it determines life and death!" - Mimi Kennedy

"Vigorous independent and critical media are indispensable in a democracy." - Geoff Mulgan

"Intimidation, harassment and violence have no place in a democracy." - Mo Ibrahim

"A full and fair discussion is essential to democracy." - George Soros

"There's so much spirit of integration and democracy in jazz." - Wynton Marsalis

"You can't put democracy and freedom back into a box." - George W Bush

"The true victory is the victory for democracy and pluralism." - Hosni Mubarak

"We had to restructure our military and our politics and so on. We're a new democracy. We're a nascent democracy." - Lukman Faily

"It's odd how those who dismiss the peace movement as utopian, don't hesitate to proffer the most absurdly dreamy reasons for going to war: to stamp out terrorism, install democracy, eliminate fascism, and most entertainingly, to "rid the world of evil-doers." - Arundhati Roy

"Only by transforming our own economy to one of peace can we make possible economic democracy in the Third World or our own country. The present economy generates wars to protect its profits and its short-term interests, while squandering the future. Unless we transform the economy, we cannot end war." - Starhawk

"A monarchy is like a man-of-war - bad shots between wind and water hurt it exceedingly; there is danger of capsizing. But democracy is a raft. You cannot easily overturn it. It is a wet place, but it is a pretty safe one." - Joseph Cook

"A monarchy is like a man-of-war-bad shots between wind and water hurt it exceedingly; there is danger of capsizing. But democracy is a raft. You cannot easily overturn it. It is a wet place, but it is a pretty safe one." - Joseph Cook

"May I just single out for salutations, on the 'anti-war' side: Pop Stars For Appeasement, Dancers Against Democracy, Actors For Apathy, Fashionistas For Fascism and Jugglers For Genocide. All of them united under that flaccid flag of convenience, Show-Offs For Saddam." - Julie Burchill

"Let's go back to the beginning of the Obama administration, when Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama led NATO in toppling the government in Libya. They did it because they wanted to promote democracy. A number of Republicans supported them. . Well, the result is, Libya is now a terrorist war zone run by jihadists." - Ted Cruz

"Say the Pentagon Papers, - that material went much deeper. It went into internal government planning back for twenty - five years. Those are things that the public should have known about. In a democracy they should have known what leaders thinking and planning about major enterprises like the Vietnam war. It was kept secret from them." - Noam Chomsky

"The post-Second World War simple system of social democracy and organized labour has fragmented massively, but just because people aren't organized in workplace trade unions doesn't mean they aren't in associations with other people - work-based, place-based, culture-based, sport-based, faith-based - there's a bit of an old rainbow coalition argument." - Duncan Green

"Before we get too depressed about the state of our politics, let's remember our history. The great debates of the past, all stirred great passions. They all made somebody angry, and at least once led to a terrible war. What is amazing, is that despite all the conflict, our experiment in democracy has worked better than any form of government on earth." - Barack Obama

"The war waged against terror since September 11 puts a strain on democracy itself, because it is mostly waged in secret, using means that are at the edge of both law and morality. Yet democracies have shown themselves capable of keeping the secret exercise of power under control." - Michael Ignatieff

"My submission to you is we're fighting the war on terror not overseas but in our own streets, and we'd be spending vast more fortunes to try to be a defensive country to protect ourselves rather than an offensive country to spread democracy wherever people yearn for it." - Johnny Isakson

"President Obama has said that our aspirations should be realistic. We are not going to turn one of the poorest countries in the world, that was plunged into 30 years of war, into an advanced, industrialized, Western-style democracy. What we want to achieve is Afghanistan's capacity to secure and govern itself." - David Petraeus

"As even a democracy like the United States has shown, waging war can benefit a leader in several ways: it can rally citizens around the flag, it can distract them from bleak economic times, and it can enrich a country's elites." - Samantha Power

"There will always be a place for us somewhere, somehow, as long as we see to it that working people fight for everything they have, everything they hope to get, for dignity, equality, democracy, to oppose war and to bring to the world a better life." - Harry Bridges

"We are launching a campaign called Wind, Not War, which is about the alternatives to a fossil-fuels-based economy and looking at wind, an alternative energy, as key to that in terms of issues of global climate change as well as issues of democracy." - Winona Laduke

"What kind of victory is it when someone is left defeated? What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty and democracy. What is a war criminal? Was not war itself a crime against God and humanity, and, therefore, were not all those who sanctioned, engineered and conducted wars, war criminals? The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. Non-cooperation with evil is a sacred duty." - Mahatma Gandhi

"It is the evil in man that makes democracy necessary, and man's belief in justice that makes democracy possible." - Reinhold Niebuhr

"Democracy is not freedom. Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to eat for lunch." - Andrew Napolitano

"There's a big difference in a representative republic and a democracy. We do not have a democracy in America." - Rush Limbaugh

"We should never take democracy for granted. Democracy can emerge and develop, but it can also decay." - Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

"Any comparison between the military dictatorship and democracy can only come from those who does not value the Brazilian democracy." - Dilma Rousseff

"No America without democracy, no democracy without politics no politics without parties, no parties without compromise and moderation." - Clinton Rossiter



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