«To the militant, identity is everything.»

Susan Sontag

«Ne, nisu jučer ubili majku, sruÅ¡ili kuću. Ubili su, babo, moje djetinjstvo, mladost, snove, sav moj život.»

Nura Bazdulj-Hubijar

«It might come a time to not follow your passion, so to speak, although it must be prioritized. It may be the case that your passion will serve as the medic, your peace of mind, alongside a higher calling, with your higher calling being the point man.»

Criss Jami

«History is full of religious wars; but, we must take care to observe, it was not the multiplicity of religions that produced these wars, it was the intolerating spirit which animated that one which thought she had the power of governing.»


«You can never trust a Vampire, child.»

S.R. Crawford

«I don't know how to stop the atrocities. I don't know how to make people care. But looking into my sister's eyes, we seem to have carved out something between us that none of the madness can touch. Invisible threads.»

Lisa J. Shannon

«Is killing a known terrorist wrong? I ask this, did the terrorist allow any of his victims quarter? No, then allow him no quarter, and hoist the black flag.»

T.R. Wallace

«He had been bored, that's all, bored like most people. Hence he had made himself out of whole cloth a life full of complications and drama. Something must happen - and that explains most human commitments. Something must happen, even loveless slavery, even war or death. Hurray then for funerals!»

Albert Camus

«It is difficult for the ordinary voter to come to grips with the notion that a truly»

Hunter S. Thompson

«I dreamed kind Jesus fouled the big-gun gears; and caused a permanent stoppage in all bolts; and buckled with a smile Mausers and Colts; and rusted every bayonet with His tears.»

Wilfred Owen

«Someday war and poverty will be crazy and we will wonder how the world allowed such things to exist.»

Shane Claiborne

«War is the most evil kind of human approach; unless it is for good cause.»

M.F. Moonzajer

«No, war will not be stopped. But it is a comfort, in the midst of a war, to read an antiwar book this good, and be reminded that just because something keeps happening, doesn't mean we get to stop regretting it. Massacres are bad, the death of innocents is bad, hate is bad, and there's something cleansing about hearing it said so purely.»

George Saunders

«Maybe the ultimate wound is the one that makes you miss the war you got it in.»

Sebastian Junger

«During an hour-long conversation mid-flight, he laid out his theory of the war. First, Jones said, the United States could not lose the war or be seen as losing the war.»

Bob Woodward

«Set your peace free»

Munia Khan

«Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries»

A.E. Housman

«No century has been more concerned than ours to do away with war: it has proved signally unsuccessful. All too little attention has been given to the phenomenon that internal politics have become increasingly more warlike.»

Bertrand De Jouvenel

«In a world turned upside-down, where everything was wrong, bizarre, you could at least look up at the sky and see normality. Stars that shone regardless of who won a civil war, or who should or should not be a president. Their light was billions of years old. They didn't have a care...»

Alex Scarrow

«If those who are sent to draw water begin by drinking themselves, the army is suffering from thirst. [One may know the condition of a whole army from the behavior of a single man.]»

Sun Tzu

«If my legs get blown off in war, I’d like to have them replaced with a coffee table. Half man/half furniture, I’ll be in the living room if you need me.

Jarod Kintz

«In a war between evils, only evil wins.»

Marty Rubin

«Compared to the unleashed forces of warfare and of faith, Mount Vesuvius was kinder to the legacy of antiquity.»

Stephen Greenblatt

«Another part or piece,' said Diabolus, 'of mine excellent armour, is a dumb and prayerless spirit, a spirit that scorns to cry for mercy, let the danger be ever so great; therefore be you, my Mansoul, sure that you make use of this.»

John Bunyan

«To fight against a war or, better yet, and entire "war machine," we had to become warriors ourselves. This is the cunning symmetry of war: Enemies tend to come to resemble one another. And this was perhaps especially so in a culture that appallingly - to us - applied the war meme to just about anything, as in the "War on Poverty.»

Barbara Ehrenreich

«When someone has been mean to you, why would you want to be good to them?' 'You wouldn't want to. That's what makes it hard. You do it anyway. Being good is hard. Much harder than being bad.»

Jeanne DuPrau

«War is life multiplied by some number that no one has ever heard of.»

Sebastian Junger

«It comes down to this: we're pieces of equipment»

Rolando Hinojosa

«There is no glory in the sacrificing of oneself in the name of imperialism by order of elitist politicians. But this is what our young service members are led to believe.»

Aaron B. Powell

«Peace in patriarchy is war against women.»

Maria Mies