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    Walter von Schönkopf: If the majority of the citizens wish dictatorship instead of democracy, how do you solve such a paradox?
    Walter von Schönkopf: If the dictatorship is bad, it's up to the citizens to correct it.
    Yang Wen-li: To me, political power is like sewage. You can't do without it, but it's not something you want to approach.
    Alexander Bucock: The Alliance should die as a democracy rather than become a dictatorship to survive.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: There must've been so many soldiers who continually won battles, but got left out of history because they lost their last battle.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Constellations of stars I'm seeing for the first time. You're only allowed to exist as objects for my conquest and rule. Just wait.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: But even if my sister hates me, I can't turn back. If I retreat now from the road to leadership, who will restore the universe to unity and harmony? Shall I entrust the future of humanity to the high noble prodigals who care only about their own lineage? Or to demagogues who just move armies guided by sophistry and profit?
    Do Juliana.
    Bernhard von Schneider: There are more than a few historic examples of geniuses being beaten by ordinary people. But we can't win the victory if we expect a miracle from the start.
    Alexander Bucock: I think it's correct for democratic nations to restrict the power of soldiers. Soldiers shouldn't wield power or authority when they aren't on the battlefield. Also, democracy can't be healthy when the military grows fat by not accepting the criticisms of the government or society thus turning into a nation within a nation.
    Yang Wen-li: Humans were drinking alcohol five thousand years ago, and they're still drinking it now. And five thousand years from now, they'll be drinking alcohol. Although it's unlikely that there'll be a human race in five thousand years.
    Yang Wen-li: Alcohol is humanity's friend. Can I abandon a friend?
    Yang Wen-li: Just as people sometimes die, nations aren't eternally indestructible things, either.
    Shibazaki Kenjirō: When I was young, teenagers were fighting the state by throwing stones at riot police. We call Sphinx "terrorists," but they may have been called something completely different in another day and age.
    Yang Wen-li: Anything that hasn't existed since the genesis of the universe needn't survive until the end.
    Yang Wen-li: People tend to make the common mistake of believing that a situation will last forever.
    Huang Rui: Our Alliance seems to be faced with a very hard to answer dilemma. Which do we want, a corrupt democracy or a pure dictatorship? Which has more justice and order?
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: What criminals need is neither diplomacy nor persuasion. They have neither the ability nor the intention to understand. Only force will enlighten their foolishness.
    Hachiken Yūgo: How can I face everyone? I'm basically Tokugawa Hidetada... The man who didn't make it in time to the Battle of Sekigahara.
    Walter von Schönkopf: When I was six years old, I fled to this free country, brought by my grandparents. It's already been 28 years, but I remember it well. The contemptuous looks of the customs officials penetrating as coldly as the wind, treating exiles like beggars. I probably won't forget it until I die.
    Do Juliana.
    Yang Wen-li: For as long as human history goes on, the past will continue to accumulate. History isn't just records of the past. It's also proof that civilization has continued to advance to the present. Our present civilization is the result of our past.
    Yang Wen-li: For those who have come to power, wealth and glory not by their own strength and effort, but simply through inheritance, what right do they have to complain? The very existence of such blood-lineage dynasties is disgusting. Power is the property of one generation. It shouldn't be transferred, it should be seized.
    Yang Wen-li: In reality, it's dictatorship rather than democracy that drastically advances government reforms. But I think humanity ought to avoid being united by a dictatorship. While it's true Duke Lohengramm might have that talent, what about his descendants? His heir? Rulers aren't necessarily wise through generations. He's like a miracle which could happen only once every few centuries. I don't think the entire human race should be ruled by a system where everything depends on one person's character.
    Yang Wen-li: Dictatorship itself isn't absolutely evil, it's just another form of government. The point is how you can run it for the benefit of society.
    Yang Wen-li: Has there been some change in the government again? I'd be overjoyed if they told me the Chairman was dead.
    Yang Wen-li: If the defence of our homeland and self-sacrifice are as necessary as you say, before you tell other people do "do this and that," how about if you actually do it yourselves?
    Enrique Oliveira: Peace and freedom, lacking a sense of tension, cause people to degenerate. It's war that gives people a sense of vitality. War is what makes civilizations advance, and psychologically elevates people! Prolonged periods of peace and freedom will only decrease the vitality in an already decadent age. Doesn't your precious history proves that?
    Yang Wen-li: What a wonderful observation. If only there was no one who had lost their life or family to war then maybe I'd even come to believe it. For people who prefer to take advantage of war and try to establish their on profit on other peoples' sacrifices, it's an unusually fascinating idea. And for people who show false patriotism to deceive other people as well.
    Negroponte: You are a pretty radical anarchist.
    Yang Wen-li: No, but you could say I'm a vegetarian. Although as soon as I look at a delicious meat dish, I break my commandments at once.
    Yang Wen-li: People may need societies, but they don't necessarily need nations.
    Yang Wen-li: The nation that neglects social inequality, mischievously increases military budgets, and then uses its power internally to suppress the citizens on the pretext of invasion by an external enemy is on the road to extinction.
    Do Yanga.
    Alex Cazerne: It's an absurd luxury to be a bachelor past the age of thirty-one. Don't you think it's unforgivable anti-social behavior?
    Do Juliana.
    Yang Wen-li: A military is a tool. And a bad tool at that. Remembering that, try to be as harmless a tool as possible.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: I'm afraid one hundred battles can't be one hundred victories.
    Julian Mintz: I don't want to die while still young enough to be called "boy".
    Yang Wen-li: By causing a big storm and hiding during the storm, he's never been damaged himself. Before you know it, he'll be exercising even more authority. The thought leaves me panic stricken. And then, I had a nasty thought. What good is democracy if it gives power to a man like that?
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Already, I have nothing to lose. But even so, I will fight. To keep my promise to you, and... to gain something to quench the thirst in my heart.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: I won't take their lives. If when they've grown, they attack me, that's fine. It's to be expected that supreme rulers without real power are overthrown, you see. The same goes for all of you. When you're prepared to overthrow me yourselves, come challenge me, I don't care.
    Bernhard von Schneider: Prince Braunschweig is unlucky. But since our future is in his hands aren't we unlucky, too?
    Yang Wen-li: Strange, isn't it? Liking an enemy commander better than our own politicians.
    Yang Wen-li: I only studied a little history. I've learned that there are two currents of thought in human society. The opinion that there are things worth more than human life and the opinion that there is nothing preferable to life. When people begin to fight, it's on the pretext of the former type of people and it justifies the latter when they stop.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Reinforcements, is it? Does he think I have a magic jar that gushes forth fleets?
    Saber: If you commit evil, in the name of hatred for evil, your anger and hatred can only bring further conflict.
    Aleksander Wielki (Rider): It appears this man, Clinton, will be a formidable opponent. Likely to put up a better fight than Darius III.
    Po wygranej Trunksa.
    Vegeta: Too bad. Looks as though my son comes from the better stock.
    Fritz Joseph Bittenfeld: The goddess of victory is waving her underwear in your faces!
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Strange, isn't it... When rain is falling, it mysteriously makes the heart heavy. But once it's over, it displays everything beautifully.
    Alexander Bucock: Commodore Fork! You're being rude. Accusing anyone who questions your ideas, or advises caution, of aiding the enemy - that's impolite.
    Yang Wen-li: The Empire, with a few nobles ruling the masses, is bad government. The Alliance, with a government chosen by the people, is badly governed. Which one do you think is wrong?
    Friedrich IV: As with the genesis of the human race, there's no reason for the existence of the Goldenbaum dynasty. Just as there is no immortal person, I'm afraid there is also no indestructible nation. The evil truth may be that the Galactic Empire will die out in my era. At any rate, if it is to be destroyed, it should be destroyed as magnificently as possible.
    Mōri Motonari: People do not believe in the truth. They make up convenient truths from what they see.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Kircheis, do you think what was possible for Rudolf is impossible for me?
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