22 Powerful Quotes By Enoch Powell
John Enoch Powell, also known as Enoch Powell, was a British politician, philologist, scholar, and poet. He served as a Member of Parliament, first as a member of the Conservative Party (1950–74), and second time as a member of the Ulster Unionist Party (1974–87). He also served as Minister of Health during 1960–63. Before moving to politics, he was a scholar and worked as a professor of Ancient Greek at the age of 25. During the World War II, Powell served in various positions, including staff and intelligence, and reached the rank of brigadier while he was still in his early thirties. He was also a poet and wrote several books on classical and political subjects. He became a national figure after his April 1968 "Rivers of Blood" speech. He criticised mass immigration into the UK. During his political life, he shared his views on several topics through speeches, writings, books, interviews, etc. We have curated some of his famous quotes from his work and speeches.