The people who are opposing the policy of apartheid have not the courage of their convictions. They do not marry non-Europeans.
We do not force people to move to new homes, we coerce them.
I want to warn young people who lend their ears to radicals and who play around with the music from Lusaka - they will end up inside the bear's fur coat, but they will no longer be able to live.
The idea of an Afrikaner people as a cultural entity and religious group with a special language will be retained in South Africa as long as civilisation stands.
The white people who came here lived at a very much higher standard than the indigenous peoples, and with a very rich tradition which they brought with them from Europe.
Our history is responsible for the differences in the South African way of life.
I am sick and tired of the hollow parrot-cry of Apartheid! I've said many times that the word Apartheid means good neighbourliness.
The acceptance of vertical differentiation with the built-in principle of self-determination must apply on as many levels as possible.
Because you could not translate the word apartheid into the more universal language of English, the wrong connotation was given to it.
I believe we are today crossing the Rubicon, Mr Chairman. In South Africa there can be no turning back. I have a manifesto for the future of our country and we must engage in positive action in the months and years that lie ahead.
The security and happiness of all minority groups in South Africa depend on the Afrikaner. Whether they are English- or German- or Portuguese- or Italian-speaking, or even Jewish-speaking, makes no difference.
I am not against the provision of the necessary medical assistance to Coloured and natives, because, unless they receive that medical aid, they become a source of danger to the European community.
I never have the nagging doubt of wondering whether perhaps I am wrong.
Nelson Mandela can rot in prison until he dies or I die, whichever takes longer.
We do not want chaos in South Africa.