It is the utmost necessity that this congress be a congress of unity.
Life may be not only meaningless but absurd.
It doesn't matter who is playing or how old they are.
I just worry about what I can control. It doesn't give me more or less motivation.
NATO believes it can pick on a small nation and force us to surrender our independence. And that is where NATO miscalculated. You are not willing to sacrifice lives to achieve our surrender. But we are willing to die to defend our rights as an independent sovereign nation.
There is a tendency to seek an objective account of everything before admitting its reality.
Eventually, I believe, current attempts to understand the mind by analogy with man-made computers that can perform superbly some of the same external tasks as conscious beings will be recognized as a gigantic waste of time.
Yugoslavia is a multinational community and it can survive only under the conditions of full equality for all nations that live in it.
We have no quarrel with America. We all know NATO is the strongest military machine in the world. We simply want them to stop being so busy with our country and worry about their own problems.
We are not angels. Nor are we the devils you have made us out to be.
The truth can not be drowned by any flood of false indictments.
The only differences one can and should allow in socialism are between hard working people and idlers and between honest people and dishonest people.
The loss of national identity is the greatest defeat a nation can know, and it is inevitable under the contemporary form of colonization.
It should be clear to all, after the past ten years, that NATO isn't attacking Serbia because of Milosevic; it is attacking Milosevic because of Serbia.
It is difficult to say today whether the Battle of Kosovo was a defeat or a victory for the Serbian people, whether thanks to it we fell into slavery or we survived in this slavery.
For as long as multinational communities have existed, their weak point has always been the relations between different nations.
Equality means nothing unless incorporated into the institutions.
Equal and united people can above all become a part of the civilization toward which mankind is moving. If we cannot be at the head of the column leading to such a civilization, there is certainly no need for us to be at is tail.
Countries under foreign command quickly forget their history, their past, their tradition, their national symbols, their way of living, often their own literary language.
At the time when this famous historical battle was fought in Kosovo, the people were looking at the stars, expecting aid from them. Now, six centuries later, they are looking at the stars again, waiting to conquer them.
I don't believe in playing hurt, in taking injections to cover the pain.