Violent Acts Quotes by George W. Bush, Frederick Lenz, Aaron Spelling, Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Pierre Klossowski, Tony Blair and many others.
I want our enemies to understand that don’t think that their violent acts are going to cause this president to leave before the job is done. And I want our troops to understand we respect them and that the sacrifices they make are noble and necessary for peace.
Meditation is a violent act of separation from mass consciousness and direct access to power.
But, I don’t know, the violence, I can’t even talk about. We don’t do a lot of violent shows. When I started in television, breaking a pencil was a violent act.
A violent act pierces the atmosphere, leaving a hole through which the cold, damp draft of its memory blows forever.
The very idea of the nude is only a neutralization of a primitive and violent act.
The purpose of terrorism lies not just in the violent act itself. It is in producing terror. It sets out to inflame, to divide, to produce consequences which they then use to justify further terror.
There is no effort to acknowledge some equivalent accountability by associating “terrorism” with all violence that is deliberately aimed at civilians, either directly or as foreseeable effects of violent acts, whether the actor is a non-state individual or group or the state.
I contend that non-violent acts exert pressure far more effective than violent acts, for the pressure comes from goodwill and gentleness.
When I first arrived in London, I so quickly tired of being surrounded by so many people that it was only with great difficulty that I refrained from seizing the next unfortunate who crossed my path and committing violent acts upon their person.
Anger is a violent act, envy a constant habit – no one can be always angry, but he may be always envious.
We think of bulimia and anorexia as either a bizarre psychosis, or as a quirky little habit, a phase, or as a thing that women just do. We forget that it is a violent act, that it bespeaks a profound level of anger toward and fear of the self.
The mystics will tell you death is perfectly safe. A violent act will beget a violent act; it is simply a law.
If you go out and have unprotected sex with lots of people, that behavior puts you at risk. Similarly, violent behavior can spread. One violent act can elicit a response. It can spread to people in a peer group so that they feel that they have to respond. It can pass generation to generation almost like a genetic disease.
We have states that are throwing away the DNA of rapists. How can a woman be so inconsequential, that we as a nation aren’t standing up and doing something about this intimate, violent act?
Most people don’t realize that when we violate the natural order of things when we pollute the air, when we pollute the water, we are destroying mother nature and that’s a violent act. If we don’t first and foremost come to some peaceful terms, none of us are going to be able to survive.
Peace in the Middle East isn’t going to be created by another war or violent act on the other side.
You can’t blame a victim for being under the influence when there is a violent act [happening to them]. These are two separate things.
When media coverage sets up a binary opposition between вЂњthe accuserвЂќ and вЂњthe accused,вЂќ there is no longer a victim or even an alleged victim – a flesh and blood person who was harmed by the violent act of another.