„Wer kein Schwert hat, der verkaufe seinen Mantel und kaufe ein Schwert!“
Jesus Christus; Lukas 22, 36
Arma in armatos sumere iura sinunt.
Es ist rechtens, gegen Bewaffnete mit Waffen anzugehen.
Das lauteste Geräusch der Welt ist „Klick“ wenn du „Bäng“ hören willst und „Bäng“ wenn du ein „Klick“ erwartest …
The gun has played a critical role in history. An invention which has been praised and denounced … served hero and villain alike … and carries with it moral responsibility. To understand the gun is to better understand history.
Wenn Waffen töten, dann müssen ALLE meine Waffen kaputt sein …
Statistik: Wenn ein Jäger einmal links am Hasen vorbeischießt und einmal rechts, dann ist der Hase im Durchschnitt tot.
“I do believe that where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence I would advise violence, …” (Gandhi – Doctrine of the Sword)
“… He who cannot protect himself or his nearest and dearest or their honour by non-violently facing death may and ought to do so by violently dealing with the oppressor. He who can do neither of the two is a burden. He has no business to be the head of a family. He must either hide himself, or must rest content to live for ever in helplessness and be prepared to crawl like a worm at the bidding of a bully …
[When violence] is offered in self-defence or for the defence of the defenceless, it is an act of bravery far better than cowardly submission.”
”… A man who, when faced by danger, behaves like a mouse, is rightly called a coward.
Not knowing the stuff of which nonviolence is made, many have honestly believed that running away from danger every time was a virtue compared to offering resistance, especially when it was fraught with danger to one’s life. As a teacher of nonviolence I must, so far as it is possible for me, guard against such an unmanly belief.
Self-defence … is the only honourable course where there is unreadiness for self-immolation.” (Gandhi – Between Cowardice and Violence)
”If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun.” (Dalai Lama, Seattle Times, May 15, 2001)