My Favorite Quotes
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 Bela Kun - “I do not think that I am a person who cannot be trusted.”
 Bela Kun - “Despite all this, as I have written, I consider the Comintern policy to be absolutely correct and I think that this leadership is in order.”
 Bela Kun - “Comrades, it is difficult for me to speak because this blow is the hardest blow for me. But I think that it will also be a lesson for me.”
 Bela Kun - “As to Magyar, I think that my speech was incorrect, inappropriate.”
 Bela Kun - “It is correct that I overlooked the contamination of the party, not just now but also in the past.”
 Bela Kun - “My personal influence in the Revolutionary Governing Council is such that the dictatorship of the proletariat is firmly established, since the masses are backing me.”
 Cui Zhikun - “The rampant illegal employment and habitation of foreigners in some places have disturbed the normal order of public security.”
 Zhai Kun - “The Singaporean government has shown great political wisdom and insight in expanding economic cooperation with China, especially in encouraging its businessmen to seek opportunities in China's northeast and northwest regions.”
 Cui Zhikun - “We've heard complaints that the existing requirements for foreigners to get permanent residence in China are too stringent, and we're studying possible changes.”
 Zhai Kun - “China-Singapore political ties have returned back to normal and Lee's visit is likely to bring the relationship to a new level.”
 Cui Zhikun - “High intelligence, international collaboration and migration in groups are the three major traits of current illegal immigration crimes in China.”
 Cui Zhikun - “China has entered a period of rapid increase in exits and entries.”
 Zhai Kun - “As a mater of fact, Singapore has already taken the lead in expanding cooperation with China in the financial sector.”
 Zhai Kun - “Among all the FTA negotiations that China has been in, the negotiation with the ASEAN is definitely the fastest and most fruitful one.”
 Bela Kun - “I also had a mistaken attitude towards certain comrades.”