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91,988.  You must teach people to love their leader.  (Uganda & Leader)  Idi Amin, former dictator of Uganda

 

 

115,924.  We need a leader who’s prepared to let his dogs off the leash.  (Politics & Leader)  House of Cards I II III IV ***** Francis, Francis to Ben, newspaper owner, BBC 1990  

 

115,925.  Who would be a leader in this wicked world?  (Politics & Leader)  ibid.  Francis

 

 

3,946.  We need to wake up and find out what freedom is all about.  And start asking some very serious questions about who is leading us and where are they taking the human family.  We are in serious trouble on this Earth.  And the people who are guiding the destiny of this world are profoundly evil.  Their agenda is so profoundly evil most men are not even able to perceive it.  (Earth & Freedom & Leaders & Evil & Illuminati & New World Order & World)  Jordan Maxwell, Forbidden Knowledge

 

 

6,821.  Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.  The advancement of learning depends on community leadership for financial and political support and the products of that learning, in turn, are essential to the leadership's hopes for continued progress and prosperity ... This link between leadership and learning is not only essential at the community level, it is even more indispensable in world affairs.  Ignorance and misinformation can handicap the progress of a city or a company, but they can, if allowed to prevail in foreign policy, handicap this country’s security.  In a world of complex and continuing problems, in a world full of frustrations and irritations, America’s leadership must be guided by the lights of learning and reason, or else those who confuse rhetoric with reality and the plausible with the possible will gain the popular ascendancy with their seemingly swift and simple solutions to every world problem.  (Kennedy & Leadership & Learning)  John F Kennedy, remarks prepared for Trade Mart Dallas 22nd November 1963 but not delivered

 

 

24,776.  The people deserve strong leadership, someone to protect them.  (Star Trek & Leadership)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Paradise Lost s4e12, Admiral Leyton

 

 

29,711.  I don’t think that a leader can control to any great extent his destiny.  (Nixon & Leader & Presidency & Destiny)  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,848.  Blessed are the people whose leaders can look destiny in the eye without flinching but also without attempting to play God.  (Kissinger & Leader)  Henry Kissinger, The End of the Road 1982

 

 

68,241.  Leaders are responsible not for running public opinion polls but for the consequences of their actions.  (Consequences & Leader & Kissinger)  Henry A Kissinger

 

 

62,621.  I am an international leader, the dean of the Arab rulers, the king of kings of Africa and the imam of Muslims, and my international status does not allow me to descend to a lower level.  (Africa & Libya & Leader)  Muammar al-Gaddafi

 

 

64,311.  I think I’m a natural-born leader.  I know how to bow down to authority if it’s authority that I respect.  (Authority & Leader)  Tupac Shakur

 

 

65,425.  A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit.  (Blame & Leader & Credit)  Arnold H Glasow

 

 

65,582.  People ask the difference between a leader and a boss.  The leader leads, and the boss drives.  (Boss & Leader)  Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

66,017.  There are many elements to a campaign.  Leadership is number one.  Everything else is number two.  (Campaign & Leader)  Bertolt Brecht

 

 

68,221.  A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.  (Leader & Consensus)  Martin Luther King junior

 

 

69,555.  A good leader can engage in a debate frankly and thoroughly, knowing that at the end he and the other side must be closer, and thus emerge stronger.  You don’t have that idea when you are arrogant, superficial, and uninformed.  (Debate & Leader)  Nelson Mandela

 

 

69,632.  Be willing to make decisions.  That’s the most important quality in a good leader.  (Decision & Leader)  General George S Patton 

 

 

71,725.  Excitement is leadership.  (Example & Leader)  Albert Schweitzer 

 

 

64,460.  You lead by example.  (Cricket & Lead)  Allan Border: Cricket’s Greatest, Sky 2015, Border

 

 

79,028.  ‘I want you to do something for me,’ she said, and unexpectedly laughed.  ‘I want,’ she said, and laughed again.  She put her hand over her mouth and said with a straight face, ‘I want you to take me to your leader.’  Douglas Adams, Life, The Universe and Everything 1982

 

 

79,029.  If it’s not too much of a cliché, take me to your leader.  If it is too much of a cliché, take me anyway.  Matthew Stover, Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor 2008

 

 

79,030.  A leader is one who, out of madness or goodness, volunteers to take upon himself the woe of the people.  There are few men so foolish, hence the erratic quality of leadership in the world.  John Updike

 

 

79,031.  And when we think we lead, we are most led.  Lord Byron

 

 

79,032.  The art of leadership is saying no, not yes.  It is very easy to say yes.  Tony Blair, Mail on Sunday 2nd October 1994

 

 

71,870.  And if my heart be scarred and burned,

The safer, I, for all I learned.  (Experience & Learn)  Dorothy Parker, Sunset Gun: Poems

 

 

79,033.  We deserve our leaders.  David Halpin, The Vortex Sucks Ever Louder, Alternative View II conference 31st May 2009

 

 

79,034.  Where wilt thou lead me?  William Shakespeare, Hamlet I v 1, Hamlet to Ghost

 

 

79,035.  The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on.  Walter Lippmann, cited New York Herald Tribune 14th April 1945

 

 

79,036.  If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.  (Leader & Action)  John Quincy Adams

 

 

79,037.  A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.  Lao Tzu

 

 

79,038.  Leadership is understanding people and involving them to help you do a job.  That takes all of the good characteristics, like integrity, dedication of purpose, selflessness, knowledge, skill, implacability, as well as determination not to accept failure.  Admiral Arleigh Burke, Naval Leadership : Voices of Experience (1998) by Karel Montor p18

 

79,039.  The object of leadership may be stated as having a system whereby a leader recognizes what is good for the good of the government, for the good of the nation, for the good of humanity, and recognizes the qualities he has and what he can do within his own limitations.  He cannot do, and should not attempt to do, the impossible, but he should not fail to attempt something that might be extremely difficult and may be possible.  ibid.

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