Nations Quotes

A nation's life is about as long as its reverential memory.

Whittaker Chambers

War is a lottery in which nations ought to risk nothing but small amounts.

Napoleon Bonaparte

God has made Canada one of those nations which cannot be conquered and cannot be destroyed, except by itself.

Sir Norman Angell

Unique among the nations, America recognized the source of our character as being godly and eternal, not being civic and temporal. And because we have understood that our source is eternal, America has been different. We have no king but Jesus.

John David Ashcroft

Moving to the forefront of advanced nations is not a choice but a national duty. This requires, among other things, erecting the best industrial property protection systems despite all challenges, particularly in the transition phase that we must endure.

Talal Abu-Ghazaleh

No matter how well intended our country is, we cannot expect other nations to trust us as much as we trust ourselves.

Joseph Robinette

We consider that the United Nations' ideal is a Jewish ideal.

David Ben Gurion

The personal was, compared with the tides of great nations, a bothersome detail.

Gregory Benford

When nations grow old, the Arts grow cold, And Commerce settles on every tree.

William Blake

Poetry fettered fetters the human race. Nations are destroyed, or flourish, in proportion as their poetry, painting, and music are destroyed or flourish!

William Blake

If we don't stand together, we will never catch up and the industrialised nations won't care. I predict it here today as your brother.

Roelof Frederik

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Updated On : October 05, 2013
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