War

«It is too true, however disgraceful it may be to human nature, that nations in general will make war whenever they have a prospect of getting anything by it.»

John Jay


«The triumph of persuasion over force is the sign of a civilized society.»

Mark Skousen


«It is man who kills, man who creates or suffers injustice; it is no longer man who, having lost all restraint, shares his bed with a corpse. Whoever waits for his neighbor to die in order to take his piece of bread is, albeit guiltless, further from the model of»

Primo Levi


«Would you believe in a story without the heroes? There are stories without heroes.»

Pushpa Rana


«In no other type of warfare does the advantage lie so heavily with the aggressor.»

James Franck


«Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor.»

Robert A. Heinlein


«Warfare is now an interlocking system of actions—political, economic,»

Roger Trinquier


«No two countries that both had McDonald's had fought a war against each other since each got its McDonald's»

Thomas L. Friedman


«Without grievability, there is no life, or, rather, there is something living that is other than life. Instead, "there is a life that will never have been lived," sustained by no regard, no testimony, and ungrieved when lost. The apprehension of grievability precedes and makes possible the apprehension of precarious life. Grievability precedes and makes possible the apprehension of the living being as living, exposed to non-life from the start.»

Judith Butler


«Wojna to trochę rzeźnia, a trochę rutyna i nie ma co czepiać się zanadto szczegółów.»

Italo Calvino


«So many people chased after me in that time, calling my name, asking me to take them with me. Then there was the small percentage who called me casually over and whispered with their tightend voices.»

Markus Zusak


«The Book revealed to Muhammad is one and unique of its kind. It has left indelible impression on the hearts of humanity. Nothing can overcome its majesty. The Quran has given new dimensions to human thinking - Surprising reforms, stunning success! The power that created in Muslims a ravenous appetite for knowledge sprung from the Quran.»

B. Margoliouth


«Since youre here, Courtauld said wearily, youd better explain why these lollipops or whatever they're called have to be on silk. If I'd had a lollipop I knew precisely where Id stick it.»

Leo Marks


«Girls at war opt for a quieter cruelty than fistfights and drive-by shootings. Girls circumvent the corporeal and go straight for each other's souls. The bleeding is harder to stanch.»

Jillian Lauren


«When I was twenty they told me to swear loyalty to the King, a person who acts in the capacity because his father and grandfather did the same before him. I took the oath because they forced my to, otherwise I wouldn't have done it. Then they sent me to kill people I didn't know who were dressed rather like I was. One day they said to me: "Look, there's one of your enemies, fire at him," and I fired, but missed. But he fired and wounded me. I don't know why they said it was a glorious wound.»

Pitigrilli


«Lebanon: the country where everyone wants a piece while we want peace.»

Sandra Chami Kassis


«In wartime, everyone's birthday turns into a commemoration of something so sad.»

Danny M. Cohen


«Thar is two things that every national crisis is bound to show up: first, a lot o' dum fools in command; second, lot o great commanders in the ranks. An' fortunately before the crisis is over the hull thing is sure set right, and the men is where they oughter be.»

Ernest Thompson Seton


«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.»

Montesquieu


«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