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When did violence become the ultimate evil?
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02/02/2013 02:33 AM
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I was thinking how our society has made violence out to be the greatest evil, but how that logic justifies submission to whatever dictates come from the so-called legitimate authorities.
Am I the only one who thinks maybe we need more belligerence if we're going to be successful, whether it be of the verbal persuasion or if it has to rise to the next level?
But it scares me that many people would think accepting slavery is morally superior to acting in their own defense. It cannot end well, for dignity, if not for life. I'm not saying it should be the first course of action, but to say that is categorically unacceptable as some do is far more dangerous than any weapon.