Ian Smith - Quotes

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I would say colonialism is a wonderful thing. It spread civilization to Africa. Before it they had no written language, no wheel as we know it, no schools, no hospitals, not even normal clothing. ---->>>

Freedom. And Justice. If you have those two, it covers everything. You must stick to those principles and have the courage of your convictions.

Freedom. And Justice. If you have those two, it covers everything. You must stick to those principles and have the courage of your convictions.

Poor air quality, which can be influenced by a variety of fumes, chemicals and allergens, is arguably the leading cause of triggers for most asthmatics in urban areas. ---->>>

Declaring independence was the most traumatic decision I had to live up to. Because I didn't want to do it. ---->>>

Everything we did was criticized. For about thirty years we lived with the world against us, accusing us of things we didn't do! ---->>>

The risk from viruses is an unanswered question - and it won't be answered until you have had organs transplanted into humans over many years. ---->>>

If my children were hungry I should think I would steal to feed them. ---->>>

I always try to be reasonable and effective. ---->>>

The only violence was when these so-called 'freedom fighters' terrorized the poor Africans in the villages... They were told what to do and who to support. ---->>>

Every human being makes mistakes. ---->>>

Biography

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Name: Ian Smith
Nationality: Zimbabwean
Born: 04-08, 1919
Birthplace:
Die: 11-20, 2007
Occupation: Politician
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Ian Douglas Smith, GCLM, ID (8 April 1919 – 20 November 2007) was a politician, farmer, and fighter pilot who served as Prime Minister of Rhodesia (or Southern Rhodesia) from 1964 to 1979. The country's first premier not born abroad, he led the predominantly white government that unilaterally declared independence from the United Kingdom in 1965, following prolonged dispute over the terms (wikipedia)