António de Oliveira Salazar

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António de Oliveira Salazar (April 28, 1889July 27, 1970) served as the Prime Minister and dictator of Portugal from 1932 to 1968. He was the President of the Republic in 1951, as interim. He founded and led the Estado Novo ("New State"), the authoritarian, right-wing government that presided over and controlled Portugal from 1932 to 1974.

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  • God, Homeland, Family.
    • Slogan of the Salazar regime, Times, Narrativase fiction: The Invention of Si - Page 176; of Elizeu Clementino de Souza; EDIPUCRS Publisher, ISBN 857430591X, 9788574305912
  • Do not discuss God and virtue. Do not discuss the homeland and its history. Do not discuss the authority and prestige. Do not discuss the family and its moral. Not discuss the glory of work and their duty.
    • Quoted in Salazar: Biographical Study - page 368; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • In politics, what appears is.
    • Quoted in Salazar seen the Brazilian anthology of texts of Brazilian and Portuguese authors: anthology of texts of Brazilian and Portuguese authors of Armando Pinto - Published by Editor-Felman Rego, 1962 - 186 pages, Page 83
  • I know what I want, and where to go.
    • Quoted in Salazar: biographical study - page 339; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • Half a dozen slaps the time.
    • Quoted in The fascist Salazar: Salazar and national-syndicalism: the story of a conflict, 1932-1935 - page 90, of John Medina - Published by Livraria Bertrand, 1978 - 249 pages
  • To Angola, quickly and with strenght!
    • On April 13, 1961, quoted in Salazar: biographical study - page 154; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • Proudly alone!
    • Quoted in Salazar: biographical study - Page 8; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • Do not discuss God and his reason, does not discuss the motherland and the nation.
    • Quoted in From myth to romance: a reading of the Gospel according Saramago - Page 76, of Conception Flores - Published by Publisher of UFRN, 2000 - 239 pages
  • All for the nation, nothing against the nation.
    • Quoted in Salazar: biographical study - page 122; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • I have the grace of providence to be poor.
    • Quoted in Salazar and his time - Page 98; of César de Oliveira - The Official Publisher, 1991 ISBN 9726920876, 9789726920878 - 237 pages
  • Who is not patriotic can not be considered Portuguese.
    • Quoted in Political ideology of the state Salazar - Page 22, by Jorge Campinos - Published by Portugalia Editora, 1975 - 65 pages
  • The United Nations is useless...and also harmful. It is a land that flowers demagoguery with a bunch of newborn countries, devoid of any tradition.
    • Quoted in Memories of an unfinished war: Canada, the United States and the decolonization process in Angola, page 153; By Manuel Francisco Gomes; Collaborator Alberto João Jardim; Published by Edições Colibri, 2006, ISBN 9727725945, 9789727725946, 241 pages
  • Teach your children to work, teach your daughters modesty, teach all the virtue of economy. And if not make them saints, at least make them Christians.
    • Quoted in Salazar: biographical study - page 285; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • State is the nation socially organized.
    • Speeches, Volume 4 - Page 181; of António de Oliveira Salazar - Published by Coimbra Editora, 1935 - 391 pages
  • The discussions have revealed the mistake, but not explained the problem, since even if you know what you will understand it for democracy.
    • Speeches, Volume 4 - Page 250; of António de Oliveira Salazar - Published by Coimbra Editora, 1935 - 391 pages
  • Definitely, decisively, the Nation, for us...and even for them.
    • Speeches, Volume 4 - Page 278; of António de Oliveira Salazar - Published by Coimbra Editora, 1935 - 391 pages
  • The day I leave the power, inside my pockets will only be dust.
    • Quoted in Salazar: biographical study - page 383; of Franco Nogueira - Published by Atlantis Publishing, 1977
  • Portugal was born in the shadow of the Catholic Church and religion, from the beginning it was the formative element of the soul of the nation and the dominant trait of character of the Portuguese people.
    • Salazar: speeches, notes, reports, theses, articles and interviews, 1909-1955: Anthology - Page 212; of António de Oliveira Salazar - Published by Editorial Vanguarda, 1955 - 361 pages
  • Those who can, must obey.
    • Cited in My memories: things of times gone, Volume 3 - Page 13; of Cunha Leal - Published by C. Leal, 1966 Leal, 1966
  • No one has to thank me for accepting the burden, because it is so big sacrifice for me to please or I would not do for kindness to anyone. I do this to for my country, as a duty of conscience, coldly, calmly completed.
    • In the speech over as Finance Minister, Speeches, Volume 1 - Page 3; of António de Oliveira Salazar, Oliveira Salazar - Published by Coimbra Editora, 1945

About Salazar[edit]

  • Obviously, I'll dismiss him.