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Benjamin Disraeli
December 21, 1804 - April 19, 1881
Nationality: British
Category: Statesman
Subcategory: British Statesman

Duty cannot exist without faith.


The people of England are the most enthusiastic in the world.


Real politics are the possession and distribution of power.


The world is weary of statesmen whom democracy has degraded into politicians.


There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.


There is no act of treachery or meanness of which a political party is not capable; for in politics there is no honour.


The very phrase 'foreign affairs' makes an Englishman convinced that I am about to treat of subjects with which he has no concern.


We are all born for love. It is the principle of existence, and its only end.


Frank and explicit - that is the right line to take when you wish to conceal your own mind and confuse the minds of others.


Colonies do not cease to be colonies because they are independent.


When a man fell into his anecdotage it was a sign for him to retire from the world.


Never complain and never explain.


Circumstances are beyond human control, but our conduct is in our own power.


The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.


Every man has a right to be conceited until he is successful.


Something unpleasant is coming when men are anxious to tell the truth.


We moralize among ruins.


I have been ever of opinion that revolutions are not to be evaded.


A University should be a place of light, of liberty, and of learning.


Where knowledge ends, religion begins.


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