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    Wherever the Legionary's hand and soul show up, a garden appears.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: soul  garden 
     
    Deeds, not words - you accomplish! Do not talk!
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    Up above, we will defend the life of the trees and the mountains from further devastation. Down below [in the towns], we will spread death and mercy.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: death  mercy 
     
    Legionary life is beautiful, not because of riches, partying or the acquisition of luxury, but because of the noble comradeship which binds all Legionaries in a sacred brotherhood of struggle.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    The individual in the framework and in the service of his race, the race in the framework and in the service of God and of the laws of the divinity: those who will understand these things will win even though they are alone. Those who will not understand will be defeated.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: law  alone  service  god  race 
     
    Because of the expensive system and the competition among various groups, democracy needs a lot of money. As a natural consequence it becomes the slave of the great Jewish international finance which subjugates it by subvention. In this fashion the fate of a people is given into the hands of a caste of bankers.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    The young man who joins a political party is a traitor to his generation and to his race.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: men  young  political  race 
     
    We will kill in ourselves a world in order to build another, a higher one reaching to the heavens.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: world  heaven 
     
    Land is a nation's basis for existence. The nation has its roots like those of a tree deep in the country's soil whence it derives its nourishment and life. There is no people that can live without land, as there is no tree which can live hanging in air.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: people  live  existence 
     
    Democracy breaks the unity of the Romanian people, dividing it into parties, stirring it up, and so, disunited, exposing it to face the united block of the Judaic power...
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: people  power  democracy 
     
    The country is dying cause of an lack of men, not a lack of programms.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: men  dying 
     
    Democracy destroys the unity of the Rumanian nation, dividing it among political parties, making Rumanians hate one another, and thus exposing a divided people to the united congregation of Jewish power at a difficult time in the nation's history. This argument alone is so persuasive as to warrant the discarding of democracy in favor of anything that would ensure our unity-or life itself. For disunity means death.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    A nation lives forever through its concepts, honour, and culture. It is for these reasons that the rulers of nations must judge and act not only on the basis of physical and material interests of the nation but on the basis of the nation's historical honour, of the nation's eternal interests. Thus: not bread at all costs, but honour at all costs.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    The law of honor: Go along only on the paths of honor. Fight, and never be a coward. Leave the path of infamy to others. Better to fall in an honorable fight than win by infamy.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: law  fight  path  honor 
     
    The law of silence: Speak little. Say only what you must. Speak only when necessary. Your oratory should be deeds, not words. You accomplish: let others talk.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    tags: law 
     
    Fascism means first of all defending your nation against the dangers that threaten it. It means the destruction of these dangers and the opening of a free way to life and glory for your nation.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    Nothing frightens the 'Jews' more than a perfect unity in others: the unity of feeling in a movement, in a people. That is why they will always be for 'democracy' which has but one advantage, and that one for the nation's enemy. For democracy will break up the unity and spirit of a people...
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    The first and fiercest punishment ought to fall first on the traitor, second on the enemy. If I had but one bullet and I were faced by both an enemy and a traitor, I would let the traitor have it.
    — Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
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