Pol Pot was born in a small village nearby the city of Kampong Thom into a well-off farmer family. The family lived in very good conditions and Pol got the best education possible. In the 1940s, upon moving to Paris, he joined the French Communist Party. Following the ideologies of Lenin and Marx, Pol returned to Cambodia and joined Khmer Việt Minh, the Cambodian Marxist-Leninist party and became the party secretary, in 1960. In October 1976, he was named the 27th Prime Minister of Cambodia and killed (Cambodian Genocide) many ‘anti-nationals,’ whoever raised voice against his party. Also an eloquent and fierce orator, Pol Pot was known for his aggressive speeches and hyper-nationalistic approach. We have compiled some of Pol Pot quotes on war, communism, country, leader, conscience, and loss, which have been curated from his speeches, articles, and interviews.