Once upon a time there was an old country, wrapped up in habit and caution. We have to transform our old France into a new country and marry it to its time.
Treaties, you see, are like girls and roses; they last while they last.
The great leaders have always stage-managed their effects.
Unions should not be lapdogs to a political party, they should be watchdogs for their members’ interests.
France cannot be France without greatness.
I would say that workers in general, and white workers particularly, are correct that their economic wellbeing is deteriorating.
A great country worthy of the name does not have any friends.
I have come to the conclusion that politics are too serious a matter to be left to the politicians.
You have to be fast on your feet and adaptive or else a strategy is useless.
France has lost the battle but she has not lost the war.