Corruption never has been compulsory
Everybody is always in favor of general economy and particular expenditure
If you've broken the eggs, you should make the omelette.
You may gain temporary appeasement by a policy of concession to violence, but you do not gain lasting peace that way.
That is a good question for you to ask, not a wise question for me to answer.
We are not at war with Egypt. We are in an armed conflict.
Man should be master of his environment, not its slave. That is what freedom means.
... if one hasn't been through, as our people mercifully did not go through, the horrors of an occupation by a foreign power, you have no right to pronounce upon what a country does, which has been through all that.
Our quarrel is not with Egypt, still less with the Arab world. It is with Colonel Nasser. He has shown that he is not a man who can be trusted to keep an agreement. Now he has torn up all his country's promises to the Suez Canal Company and has even gone back on his own statements.
There is now doubt in our minds that Nasser, whether he likes it or not, is now effectively in Russian hands, just as Mussolini was in Hitler's. It would be as ineffective to show weakness to Nasser now in order to placate him as it was to show weakness to Mussolini.
We cannot agree that an act of plunder which threatens the livelihood of many nations should be allowed to succeed.