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|Mukesh said: (Oct 7, 2017)|
|For me, Peace and non-violence are all about Respecting everyone use of peaceful means to bring changes.
Peace and non-violence will never be an outdated concept. They are important for the survival of mankind on earth.
We can take the example of Anna Hazare who took a strong stand for Lokpal bill through peace and non-violence.
The youth today knows his/her limits and they know that how to fight for their rights provided no one gets hurt. We know that there is much more than religion, we know that less we interfere in others life, more will be the peace in the society.
There is nothing in this world which can't be settled through talks. Doklam issue is the best example, where our PM settled the issue through talks to maintain peace and harmony between the countries.
|Uttara Deb said: (Aug 21, 2017)|
|Peace and nonviolence can never be outdated. By nonviolence situations only exacerbate. While people are disturbed and resort to violence they don't understand the harm they are causing to others. But after momentary anxiety people repent about what they have done. Peace talks are a way better solution to come to an agreement. Through peace and negotiation, people get to know each other's faults and good. But at times harsh steps needed to bring to books the perpetrators. Like terrorists. They can't be defeated by peace talk cause they don't understand the meaning of it. There needed strong military actions. But when and wherever peaceful talking can resolve a situation people must follow the path of it. Thank you.|
|Saloni Modi said: (Aug 20, 2017)|
|Many of us, think that we need to have a Gandhian attitude to develop India.
Just think once more. Will this really be helpful? It's very difficult for us today to adopt this attitude when we always need fast results.
I ain't saying that we should go for violence but we just need to put our argument in a really really strong manner.
As you all know about the things happening in India. Also, you know our drawbacks. Just the thing we need to so is to keep our voice low and arguments high.
It doesn't mean violence or any waiting activity (non-violence).
|Ankita Roy said: (Jun 25, 2017)|
|Peace & Non-Violence reminds us of NAM.
NAM is a group of people that are not formally aligned or against any major power bloc.
The question is not only whether it has any relevance or validity to India or any other countries post-cold war era of today but also if the policy has served the young nation as it was believed it would do in defending & promoting the national interest.
One of the unfortunate aspects of the foreign policy debate in our country has been that there has been no debate.
The argument was that we needed peace in the world to devote all our energies and resources to development work. It was India's role and duty to prevent from being sucked into the ideological war. The non-aligned community made an important contribution in arresting the deadly rivalry between capitalism and communism and thus saved India, and other non-aligned countries, from becoming pawns in the global game of the super powers.
On the whole, NAM did not bring any particular benefit, political or economic, to India. India does not need to belong to an amorphous group or give any label to its foreign policy to achieve its goals. We do not need to hanker after leadership. Leadership has to be recognised by the followers, it cannot be a self-appointed affair. India has to be a strong power, not to bully anyone but merely to defend itself against the hostile forces in the region. An economically strong India, which alone can become militarily strong, will earn respect and leadership.
Pragmatism, and not a profession to some outdated concept, must be the guiding principle of our diplomacy.
|Shailesh Kumar Dubey said: (Mar 27, 2017)|
|Peace and nonviolence are interrelated each other. Without non violence we can not expect peace. Peace and nonviolence help in growth of society and county.|
|S.Meenakshisundaram. said: (Dec 30, 2016)|
|Non violence is a not problem. But that is one Dirty teachings and unrest experiences.|
|Harsh Jain said: (Dec 4, 2016)|
|People never expect peace where there is violence so I think non-violence and peace are interrelated to each other.|
|Harsh Jain said: (Dec 4, 2016)|
|We can say that peace and non-violence are interrelated to each other as where there is non-violence there will be peace no one can expect peace at a place where there is too much of violence.|
|S. Kannan said: (Nov 26, 2016)|
|When there is non-violence, there is peace. Where violence erupts, there starts chaos. We say "peace on earth". How is it possible?, only through non-violence. Our history insists non-violence only. We want amicable solution for every issue. Violence will lead to destruction. Non-violence means construction. Both nonviolence and peace are not outdated.|
|Godly K Varghese said: (Oct 5, 2016)|
|No, peace and non-violence have importance in the present world, we make it as an outdated or updated one.|
|Saurabh said: (Apr 29, 2016)|
|Peace and non-violence are never the outdated systems. Peace is all about our religion. KARUNA is the base of DHARMA said by Lord Krishna in Gita. Non-violence cannot get success.
These are movements which conducted by gurjar, jat etc another caste never get success because their movements were placed in the nonviolence. They fired everywhere & public suffered by their nonviolence.
So I think nonviolence cannot be a solution of any kind of situations.
The youth of India come forward &move according to our religion that teaches us a lesson of KARUNA.
Our country got independence by the outfit of nonviolence & peace.
Great say by someone:nonviolence doesn't mean our weakness its show our power.
|Aastha Parekh said: (Mar 10, 2016)|
According to me peace and nonviolence are the basic things in one's life. With the help of this one is able to think positive do the work with full of enthusiasm. This is possible with the strong family support and positive nature. By this we can make our work schedule and able to follow this.
|Manny said: (Oct 21, 2015)|
|Peace and non violence is a concept that has been overshadowed by violence in all forms of media and entertainment. Though I do believe this to contribute heavily to the violent and non morality mindset I see in our youth.
It is our ultimate duty to teach our youngsters right from wrong, good from bad, and help them to hold onto what we've all felt as a child. The peace and love in our hearts. There is no better feeling than doing something nice for someone else. That feeling comes from the heart.
|Zeeshan Ahmad said: (Oct 2, 2015)|
|Peace in non-violence has been change into violent and there is no meaning of non, it has been outdated concept because a violent system celebrating non-violence (Irony).|
|Subham said: (Aug 12, 2015)|
To me peace and nonviolence are the evergreen principles over which the world is based on. The Devastations of two world war realized us the need of world peace. The formation of the united nation also based on the nonviolence principles in order to avoid a third nuclear war.
|Kirti said: (Feb 27, 2015)|
|I feel that Non-Violence and peace can never be outdated and as we all know that smile can win over swords. Being violent, might be we can win but we never get inner satisfaction.
What is must?
|Varija said: (Feb 24, 2015)|
|Peace and Nonviolence are age old strategies. And one must follow them for the existence of mankind on this earth. Anything achieved with arrogance and violence doesn't last longer and cannot give us satisfaction of victory. Inculcating such qualities enables us to strive for wellness of humankind.|
|Vatsal Jain said: (Jan 18, 2015)|
Today the real meaning of peace is not really understood properly. When you ask what peace means to a school-going guy like me, he would say "when there are no wars". An office-going man would say "when there is violence". But what do "peace" and "non-violence" really mean? There is no real 'definition' for these words, just like there isn't for a pen or a country. But it really 'means' a lot.
I understand 'peace' as when everyone is cool from the mind, can think clearly and understand and respect others. So basically, peace doesn't just mean "when there are no wars" or "when there is violence". Then what is non-violence?
Violence is generally accepted as when there is unrest or disturbance, which leads to directly and (mostly) physically harming someone or some people. So non-violence is when a disturbance rises, you handle it 'peacefully' and not 'violently'.
Coming to the main question : are these terms outdated? The obvious answer is NO, they aren't. These thing apply to humanity as a whole and are definitely very, very important and ever-essential for our very survival. If there is violence, all life is bound to disappear. More importantly, there have to be 'feelings' and 'sympathy for others'.
So, these aren't just words that have become history like/and Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. They continue to be here forever and are ever-modern. How is one even supposed to exist without these?
|Minnie said: (Jan 7, 2015)|
|Peace And Violence are the terms we are used to hear since childhood, but do we really know what their real meaning is. No absolutely not. We just know that peace and violence are the terms related to wars, or else Mahatma Gandhi time.
Peace is having different a meaning now, peace means calmness and tranquility, a person who is calm, unbiased can really understand the meaning of peace. Hot headed people like violence and to them everything can be overcome by violence. So according to me peace can be there when a person clear his or her head and think properly with every aspect to form his/her opinions, then only peace can overcome the huge term 'VIOLENCE'.
|Sagnik Bhawal said: (Nov 30, 2014)|
|Well, according to me Nonviolence and peace are weapons that are powerful enough to combat with the most dangerous forms of Power and Destruction.
Words in my opinion are an inexhaustible source of magic that can heal injuries. Words have such a powerful impact that leaves a long lasting impression. Injuries caused by war or duels that may crop up in certain nasty circumstances are guaranteed to heal with the passage of time.
However, words have the ability to strike a person's mind directly and are not easily forgotten. While in some cases instead of words we might need actions to be performed, as for example when people are tortured by terrorists and are trapped in the net of their barbarity words won't lead to a fruitful outcome. You might end up causing lots of innocent lives getting nipped in the bud. In those cases, we need stringent actions to be performed. Hence the fact that word and actions when combined together and handled in a proper way, can work wonders.
|Viswini said: (Oct 17, 2014)|
|Truth and nonviolence are as old as hills. I believe that if we stick to truth every one can play pranks on us. So if you can't alter the situation better you alter yourself to meet the situation.|
|Atul said: (Oct 1, 2014)|
|I think that nonviolence is good, because there are many advantages like through this our life is good or when we do violence it can harm your health.|
|Pretty Beware Sanwale said: (Sep 21, 2014)|
|Hello friends I am pretty beware sanwale and as per my concern the peace and nonviolence not outdated because no one can get the solution without getting hurt by the way of violence and sometime it took in the form of massive destruction which affects our economic system, environment, natural resources mankind and dignity.|
|Swathy said: (Apr 4, 2014)|
|Well, I feel that nonviolence and peace are not outdated concepts. There are people who believe in peace and non-violence. They remain quiet for all the violence occurring on them but I think you should get into you violence when it is required.
You should be violent where you need to be. All the time violence doesn't work instead it leads to more worse situation. You can avoid such situation via peace to limit and if the person in front crosses the limit of your patience, I think getting violent is not a problem.
|Pulkit Sehra said: (Jan 3, 2014)|
|Definition : Nonviolence is the personal practice of being harmless to self and others under every condition. It comes from the belief that hurting people, animals or the environment is unnecessary to achieve an outcome and refers to a general philosophy of abstention from violence based on moral, religious or spiritual principles.
FOR THE MOTION :
1. A big example where non-violence was easily applicable, Muzaffarnagar riots. A muslim youngster teasing a Hindu Jaat girl. This issue could have been resolved by filing an FIR against the youngster and getting him penalized. Instead he was murder and one thing led to another and eventuating into inter-communal violence. Over 1000 people died, 2500 injured and around 50,000 displaced.
2. Non-Violence is applicable to every contentious issue provided the people are ready to amicably resolve it.
3. Violence and vandalizing does not bring about any result rather aggravates the situation further.
The widespread destruction in due course eventually costs huge to the bearer.
4. Many sensitive inter-religious issues can be contained peacefully without use of violence which is better for both the people and the environment.
|Suzen said: (Oct 2, 2013)|
|Peace and non violence were never the main tools of war in the very past. We specially found its implementation in Indian freedom struggle, all because of the efforts Mahatma Gandhi. If we read through the pages of Indian freedom struggle we will realize the power of non violence. Today nothing can be said with stress if peace and non violence are outdated concepts or not, because we find wars and destruction everywhere. Again there are still groups of people who trust in non violence and the profit of sorting out disagreements through peaceful negotiations. Young minds have become aggressive. But it is because they find the people around them adopting violent means to get there things done. Its like-One rotten apple in a basket, can ruin all the other apples present in the basket.
But again it depends on what do we trust -whether the destructing violent means or on ideals and principles of peace and non violence.
|Ankush said: (Sep 29, 2013)|
|Absolutely not. Peace should be ultimate goal of any mission bu there are always certain issues which can't be dealt with peace. If opposite person is using violence then retaliation becomes must.
I'm not favoring of non violence or anything but I do not believe in initiating violence.
|Tejaswini said: (Sep 24, 2013)|
|I agree that not everyone today believes in the concept of non-violence and peace. But that doesn't mean that we have to stoop down to their level while solving issues with them. Violence begets violence which is why we must try at all costs to solve things peacefully and calmly. In this dog-eat-dog world it is very easy to get carried away with emotions and sentiments but I am of the opinion that whatever the situation be we will prevail only if we stand firm with our faith. We should adapt to changing times but not change ourselves completely.|
|Manthan Dave said: (Sep 20, 2013)|
|Hello friends!. This is Manthan and I have just completed my 12th. According to me peace and non violence can never be outdated but violence also can never be eradicated. Because in today world, there some things which can be solved only by non violent and peaceful means but sometimes the person or community with whom you are treating may not believe in the same concepts and so at those time you have to use violent means instead of peace and nonviolence.
So one cannot only stick to peace and non violent concept instead everyone should react according to the situation as nobles and ideals may sometime don't work as you have thought. Many of my friends here gave the example of Gandhiji but no one seen the blood shedded because of that, so our approach to the problems depends on the nature of problems. So my conclusion is peace and non violence are not outdated but also not the must do concept.
|Suraj said: (Sep 17, 2013)|
|There are many good things present in big amount as compared to worst things in this world, and a single positive thought is greater and powerful as compaired to negative thought. This shows peace and non violence is still there.|
|Roto said: (Aug 13, 2013)|
|Peace is a great thing in the life of any man but again violence is also becoming a routine with mankind! For uneducated and the poor peace always comes with a price and be sure the there is no meaning that peace and nonviolence will ever co exist !|
|Alan said: (Mar 5, 2013)|
|To resolve matters, one must have a clear mind. If a meeting aimed at solving an issue is held, and we approach it with a hot headed attitude, obviously the expected results cannot be attained. Human beings have the ability to think and reason with others. I believe that a peaceful mind is necessary for one to reach a sensible conclusion, one that is not cluttered or affected by thoughts of violence. Decisions taken under the influence may solve an issue temporarily but it may lead to greater problems in the future. A decision taken after careful contemplation and logical reasoning will surely have a positive impact. But there are people in this world, who are too stubborn to reason, or to sit down at a table and discuss matters peacefully, I would suggest the path of peace to them, but if that doesn't work, I bet a strong hand is what it takes to bring such people to understand. Let me quote, "An eye for an eye, makes the whole world blind", So, I don't believe that non violence can always bring a solution to a problem, but as my friends said above, if you can't deal it with any other way, this is the way you have to choose.|
|Kavya said: (Oct 23, 2012)|
|Dear friends I don't think that peace & non-violence can ever be outdated concepts.
You may have observed it yourself that if we put up our views peacefully & talk politely.
It really makes some difference, rather than we waste our time in shouting & fighting.
Even the rudest person in this world will listen to you and try to understand what you are saying if you are non-violent n peaceful. Everyone will enjoy your company & would like to talk to you.
Although in the present scenario with so much destruction &unrest it sometimes appears that these terms are forgotten, but trust me friends in the end you will come back to this place only.
|Neha said: (Sep 16, 2012)|
|Well I think when it comes to your home your personal matters your state. Things can be sought out by peace and non violence. Corruption is that which we have created our ministers have created and it can be dealt by peace and non violence. But I must state everything can't be achieve by alone peace and nonviolence. There are things situations where we have to fight where we have to be violent and it is not at all wrong if we are fighting for something good. If these terrorist are attacking us we must attack them too, here peace and violence fails.
If the other community or country is violent then we have to be violent. Even if you are talking about our country past that because of "only" Gandhi ji and his non violence and peace activities we got independence. I am sorry whosoever stated this was not exactly correct. Our revolutionaries who shed their blood for us for our country not Gandhi ji. They were the people who never died but sacrificed their life for us. They were the real heroes behind our independence. At the end I must contribute that peace and non violence can't work everywhere we have to be violent for the violent terms.
|Oluch said: (Aug 30, 2012)|
|Peace and non-violence are still very relevant.. countries in the world still engage in peaceful demonstrations, boycotts name them...and it working. I think this only calls for patience and strategy.Fighting to acquire what people need currently in the very hostile environment does not mean peace and non violence would not work....i believe that it is the change of strategy to adapt to the changing environment.|
|Abhi said: (Apr 17, 2012)|
|Peace and non violence are now no more than just in there practical life. A peace man is today called a meek or a coward. Actually these values don't even work well now a days.|
|Kartika.L said: (Jan 31, 2012)|
|Considering the present scenario, I feel that these values are not inculcated in young minds and not given much importance. School kids fight and we see senior people yell at each other. It's been quite a common thing that we all encounter in our daily life. How to eradicate this. ? Simple. , just teach school children, the importance of peace and non-violence factors. They are the pivotal values that every single individual should possess to lead a peaceful good life.|
|Honey said: (Dec 6, 2011)|
|Non-violence is not a subject to practice, in theory or in practice, it is all-timely. Non-violence is weapon to conquer upon hatred. It is encouraged to man to respond to the violent by non-violence. Non-violence is the first human value. As M. K. GANDHI STATED- "whenever you are confronted with an opponent, conquer him with love. ".|
|Harsh Gupta said: (Oct 10, 2011)|
|Peace and Non-violence can never be outdated concepts. In the past, Mahatama Gandhi ended the rule of Britishers over India by strictly non-violent means. And even in the current scenario, recently, Anna Hazare had set such a great example in front of the world by fighting the corruption disease in a non-violent and peaceful way, in which he succeeded. Hence, no doubt Peace and non-violence are Result-oriented tools. A Simple Boycott to a guilty person or organization can make him/it feel its guilt, there would be a change in its soul, which any war can never bring.
Although in some situations, we can raise our hands along with our voice. But that should be in a self-defence. There is a clean difference between Self-Defence and Violence. People must understand that if someone is trying to hit us with anything, we can reply him on the spot by giving him the taste of his own medicine, but the first hand must not be raised by us. Our Constitution also states that we can be violent in case of a self-defence action, it is in our human rights.
|Sunidhi said: (Sep 21, 2011)|
|I personally think that in todays generation a man who have patience can certainly maintain this non violence activity through peaceful means. It depends completely how is the nature of man is. Otherwise fighting this rotten world with non violence is quite impossible.|
|Zeeshan said: (Sep 9, 2011)|
|Peace is now replaced by calm, and the non-violence has been replaced by inability. When you understand meaning of peace, its the ability to control our emotions and non-violence it is the fact restrains us being impulsive, Yeah they will never be outdated, as Peace does exist in self, and non-violence is directly proportional to the peace,|
|Meraj Khan said: (Aug 18, 2011)|
No not at all. Peace is evergreen and non violence too. But today's politicians have made non violence a child's play by undergoing fasts for silly matters and who know whether they were really fasting or feasting behind the screens. I dont blame all, i blame only a few corrupt guys. Only non violence can solve most problems. Take for example the India and Pakistan peace talk, it is producing more results than the Kargil war.
|Leye Adesina said: (Aug 4, 2011)|
|Peace and Non-violence can and would never be outdated so long conflict violence and persist in our society. Both concepts may sound some how staid to unenlightened minds due to the prevalent general chaos and wars all over the globe, it still does not mean that peace and non-violence are no useful tools in combating these various ills and evils in our society. What we need is a revolutionary reorientation towards the violent and war attitude prevalent in our present society.|
|Ashwin Kumar said: (May 6, 2011)|
|Peace and non-violence are definitely not outdated concepts. Like some people here have mentioned, you just need to look at the example of Mahatma Gandhi who won us independence from a mighty Empire through truth and non-violence. Also see how the peaceful Jasmine Revolution in the Arab World has relieved the people of Egypt and Tunisia (and probably more to follow) of corrupt and autocratic leaders.
It depends on the situation also. Like Sugu mentioned, we cannot deal with terrorists entering our country in a peaceful way. They must be dealt with ruthlessly. And in a democratic country like India, problems can be solved peacefully. If you are disillusioned with the government and the standard of life, you need not take to arms like the Naxalites. Instead, you can help some of the people suffering like how Dr. Binayak Sen the great human rights activist helped the tribals.
|Minty said: (Feb 26, 2011)|
|Poor minds or half literate men can go for non-violence..One who is literate and matured enough would opt for ethical fight(win-win).Only this can improve you and help others improve.Real joy and peace can be found only with non-violence undoubtedly...otherwise why wouldn't people be just happy and contented with what the world is now(rat race).I'm sure people who strive in rat race would definitely go for a peaceful meditation in their daily life and some how manage like being contented..Cause we cant be totally out of race..No other go we must race but in our way we search for a morning walk peace,going for pleasant outing..|
|Sugu said: (Feb 22, 2011)|
|I would like to make a point here. All problems can not be solved by these two concepts. We can not stop a terrorist entering our country by just sitting in a room and discussing the problem over tea. Though these concepts are necessary from humanity point of view but still we can not practice them everywhere.
So these concepts are outdated nowadays.
Today's youth is much more aware of his rights and he know his limits.
|Keerthi said: (Feb 16, 2011)|
|A peaceful mind can think and overcome any problem in the world without violence.so,i with saurab that n sneha's views that peace and non-violence are essential tools for mankind to survive.The great freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi had succeeded in getting independent India through non-violence.so,peace and non-violence are not outdated concepts and these should be the essential concepts at any generation.|
|Sneha said: (Feb 13, 2011)|
|Peace and non violence can and will occur from time to time. As a coin have two side in the same way we have two types of situation dealing people. One who will actually take a path of violence to make his/her work done or the one who will take a path of peace.
Some situation can be dealt in a peaceful way and some needs to be dealt with harsh step.
|Psolanki31 said: (Feb 12, 2011)|
|In this discussion one participant has rightly said that today's world is rate race and one always try to outplay others, its clear indication of nonviolence and peace. Because instead of fighting, they employ unethical tools, so nonvilence and peace are not outdated, what has outdated is ethics, moral and affection towards each other.|
|Saurabh said: (Feb 11, 2011)|
|I vehemently believe that peace and non-violence uphold the spirit of mankind in the truest sense. Man was never meant to be violent. It is unfortunate that the scenario has changed drastically. We are all stuck in the rat race and have tendencies to outplay others by employing shallow means. One must understand that there is a thin line between violence and aggression. It is high time that non-violent men and women raise their voice against violence through peaceful demonstrations and buttress and propagate the concept of peace. Fighting for your rights is not violence provided you don't hurt anyone in the process intentionally. Wars has never done good to mankind if one views the world as one entity. It is true that wars have eliminated or destroyed certain evils in the world. But at what cost? At the cost of lives of innocent and ingenuous men and women being devastated?Is that justified?There are always more peaceful ways to combat terrorism and violence I. E through dialogues and better intelligence etc. Therefore, to conclude I believe that peace and non-violence will never ever be out-dated concepts-rather they are essential for the survival of mankind as a whole.|
|Desh Bhakth said: (Feb 2, 2011)|
|War has taken a different form nowadays, they don't involve weapons anymore. They involve cyber warfare. So war itself is non voilent . So there is no topic to discuss as such. But let me tell you people one thing , War has created civilisations, (destroyed them too), created leaders, destroyed evil in the past. In the present we have become so ignoratn , we are not able to distinguish between good and bad. So i think it is better to involve in such wars than remail sidaljf|
|Prateek said: (Jan 25, 2011)|
|The greed to be ahead of the surrounding people has completely overtaken peace an non-violence. In today's competitive n fast running life everyone wants to grab the things so quickly that they take either of the ways to get it whether is in peacefully or else if they wot get it they go for it violently.|
|J Akhtar said: (Jan 19, 2011)|
|Peace and non violence can never become outdated, they are the tools through which one can put forward his righteous demands, violence increase the misery of lives. If violence is taken course in each sphere of life, the political stability of the world is bound to detoriorate.|
|Bharat said: (Jan 13, 2011)|
|Peace and Non Voilence is the tools for all man kind,and this is very important for survive.Science and Tech has imvproved and gone to such a stage that if peace keeping stategy is not followed then entire world can be destroyed with in know time.Our country India is one of the best example who always support and encourage peace.We have best example from History our Ftaher of Nation MK Gandhi who offered us freedom it was late bit fruitful.We have known proofs that shows Voilence is not at all a solution to any problem.|
|Rohit said: (Jan 9, 2011)|
|yes,i do agree with u friends as the concept deals with both ends that is positive and negative its our responsibility to judge things according to the situation present i.e,at times violence gives us many unanswered questions,but to ease the pain of the situation we should go by peace and as citizen of country its our responsibility to spread peace and harmony in the country that's what i feel.|
|Nitin said: (Jan 6, 2011)|
|i agree with u friends but if we consider other side then these concepts are very necessary for retaining human existence on earth if everyone fights then in future there will be earth without life.|
|Jayanthi said: (Dec 30, 2010)|
|Yes, I agree with what Shilpi said. Because in today's competitive world, we cannot retain our own rights with peace and nonviolence.|
|Shilpi said: (Jul 24, 2010)|
|Formerly there were leaders who preached us peace n non voilence, but with advancement and awareness everyone is fighting for their own rights. today we have platform where we can fight for our rights. Young minds are more aggressive and excited. They fight and struggle for watever they deserve to recieve.So its not wrong to say that peace and non violence are outdated concepts.|
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