Benjamin Disraeli: War is never a solution. It's an aggravation.
Lady Clarissa Pevensey: Why do you dislike Mr. Disraeli so much?
Lord Charles Deeford: I neither like him nor dislike him. He's nothing to me.
Lady Clarissa Pevensey: Don't you feel lonely?
Lord Charles Deeford: Lonely?
Lady Clarissa Pevensey: You're the only man in all the world who neither likes nor dislikes Mr. Disraeli.
Benjamin Disraeli: Behold! Winter hand in hand with spring. Innocence with...
Lord Charles Deeford: [interrupts] Guile?
Benjamin Disraeli: Experience. Same thing.
Benjamin Disraeli: I tell you, a ferment is at work all over the world. Titanic forces are unchained in America, forces you have no conception of. The spirit of nationality is aroused in France, in Italy, in Germany! New wine has been poured into old bottles, and an explosion must follow sooner or later. I shall not live to see it, but I hear the seething of the yeast.
Lady Mary Beaconsfield: She thinks you're the greatest man in the world, and she's right.
Benjamin Disraeli: Quite right!
Benjamin Disraeli: I cannot break faith with the nation.