"I call God to witness that if i saw my country headed for ruin, i should not be afraid to speak out plainly." (1027; 24-26)
Creon is announcing to his people that he is king and they will go by his laws. This goes along with citizenship because he is standing up for his country.
"Ismene, I am going to bury him." (1022; 31)
Antigone is talking to Ismene and telling her about how she is going to bury her brother. She wants Ismene to help. This is family loyalty because Antigone is burying her brother because she loves him.
Ismene is telling Antigone that she has just said the new law that Creon enforced forbids the burying of Polyneices. Ismene is going with the citizens so she doesn't get in trouble.
"You have just said the new law forbids it." (1023; 32)
"And yet you dared defy the law." (1035; 56)
Creon has now found out that Antigone buried her brother and she confessed. He tells her she went against the law. Antigone goes against the law which means she is not with the citizens.
Antigone tells Creon if she left her brother she would feel the guilt but she is happy with the decision she made to bury him. Antigone stands up for her brother and is happy about her decision.
"But if i had left my brother lying in death unburied, i should have suffered. Now i do not." (1035; 70-72)
Antigone believes that she should be honored for bury her brother because it was a caring thing to do. Antigone wants to be honored for protecting her brother and doing the right thing.
"I should have praise and honor for what i have done." (1036; 98)