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  • No fucking shit it's the answer.

    Let's just give an example. Let's say a bully is trash talking you about how you're a waste of oxygen then shows violent expressions. What would you do? If you said beat that nigga up like there was no tomorrow then congrats you win a cookie. But seriously, you have to teach that said bully how to shut the fuck up. This is how life is. If You piss the wrong person off then you're gonna get knocked the fuck out. That's how this world works. And if you disagree then stop living in your own world.

  • Vilance is awesome

    This is an argument about vilance witch is all ways the ancwer vilance is an act l,ike if a kid or adalt threatens to hit u hit back just let them hit u first then beat the fuck out of them ok let the bitch get owned like a wresteling match fuck them up

  • ...A time for war and a time for peace.

    "There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven—

    A time to give birth and a time to die;
    A time to plant and a time to uproot what is planted.

    A time to kill and a time to heal;
    A time to tear down and a time to build up.

    A time to weep and a time to laugh;
    A time to mourn and a time to dance.

    A time to throw stones and a time to gather stones;
    A time to embrace and a time to shun embracing.

    A time to search and a time to give up as lost;
    A time to keep and a time to throw away.

    A time to tear apart and a time to sew together;
    A time to be silent and a time to speak.

    A time to love and a time to hate;
    A time for war and a time for peace." -New American Standard Bible

  • YES

    It should always be a last resort, but for those that would argue it's never the answer, I would like them to study the history of Mao, Stalin, and Hitler.

    Some people are just plain evil, and the only thing that they understand is violence. This doesn't mean that we should go to violence first, but violence has to be an option at some point.

  • Of course it is

    Sometimes the only way to fix an issue is with violence. Some people simply do not listen to anything other than physical actions. This includes wars (the holocaust would never have been ended without violence) and some criminals who are very violent themselves and must be restrained. Sometimes there is no other choice.

  • Yes, sometimes.

    When you are involved in a violent situation there is sometimes no way to resolve it except by violent means. This is why we have self defense as a legal justification for a violent act. It's an interesting question as to whether violence is the answer for dealing with a situation in which other means have been used to reach an agreement and have failed. For instance, North Korea seems to be upping their aggressive stance towards the US and South Korea and are not disposed to engage in discussions that might alleviate our differences. It would probably be quite easy for the US to use violence, but would it be justified? We cannot really afford to wait and see if they will make good on their threats, but would it be appropriate to just take them out of the conversation? In WWII, the US ended the war by dropping atomic bombs on Japan. The justification given was that the war was going to drag on forever, and by destroying those cities many lives were saved by ending the war quickly. I'm not sure violence was the answer in that case because we arbitrarily decided that at lot of Japanese people would die in order to save a lot of our citizens. But isn't that also a form of self defense?

  • Violence is always the answer

    Most people say that violence cause more violence but by that logic the army and military shouldn't be created in the first place, while I can understand violence may not always work but it's a last ditch effort if someone trying to kill you what is your first reaction, hide, run, fight, call the police, or talk with them and try to make them stop but they won't stop until they kill you so the best one is fight or run then call the police.
    Because by that point they are dead, knocked out, or running far away from your house. So choose your pick, talking to a killer or trying to not die choose.
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  • Violence is an answer but not always the best one

    Most people say that violence cause more violence but by that logic the army and military shouldn't be created in the first place, while I can understand violence may not always work but it's a last ditch effort if someone trying to kill you what is your first reaction, hide, run, fight, call the police, or talk with them and try to make them stop but they won't stop until they kill you so the best one is fight or run then call the police.
    Because by that point they are dead, knocked out, or running far away from your house. So choose your pick, talking to a killer or trying to not die choose.

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  • Violence is the answer

    Violence has always been the answer for centuries, only the strongest had the answer by means of violence, this can include war, terrorism, oppression, and politics. Violence is not only shown physically but also vocally, the one being the loudest is the one that is heard.

    Violence is not only humans but in animals, only the stronguest survives and only violence gets you what you want in the animal wildlife.

  • Nonviolence is Key

    Violence should never be the answer. When someone is aggressive and violent towards you, the proper response is nonviolence. This is the only way to make sure you have the legal and moral upper hand. It also prevents any situations that may be escalated or that may turn into a vicious cycle of retaliation.

  • No ever ever!

    Someone would always want revenge on the other. People always will get hurt no matter what the situation! Peace peace peace - don't you want it. Want to live! You don't have to be violent to get you point, Across there are other ways! DO YOU REALLY THINK WAR IS THE ANSWER? ! ? !

  • Never ever ever!

    There will be consequences for those action. It would never end well for anyone and it could cause death. It would create a cycle of never ending violence when no one would even know why - what's the point of that. Life is a compromise, Not hurting someone for the sake of it.

    With violence people get hurt - not just physically but mentally too. DO YOU REALLY WANT A WAR? Don't you want peace? When you're not violent you have the legal and moral upper hand. You don't have to be violent to get you point, Across there are other ways!

  • No violence ever!

    You would be fighting fire with fire. That would cause an explosion. Doesn't everyone just want peace. Creating violence would NEVER end well for anyone. It could cause DEATH! Life is all a compromise, Not hurting someone FOR SOME STUPID REASON! Everyone gets hurt with violence; not just physically but mentally too - do you really want that to happen?

  • There are other ways

    There are other ways to find a common understanding without using aggression. To answer the arguments of using violence during wars; this leans towards self defense. We all collectively agree that Hitler was bad, Which is what he used; violence and fear to eradicate an entire group of people. This complies to self defense, Defending the innocent against a common evil.

    If, Let's say, The opposing forces begins to burn down towns, Homes, And attacking the people who are living under the fear of Hitler; we wouldnt side with either side. Anytime that violence is used, It doesn't justify an argument. Any argument supported with violence automatically becomes obsolete.

    Bullying, Hate crimes, And etc; are not justifiable with violence. If you are bullied, And you whack the bully, It doesnt make you seem like the better person. You become the person that bullied you. Hate crimes, Even in the US, Aren't resolved from violence. Murdering a cop because that cop murdered an innocent person doesn't make you a better person.

  • Violence isn’t the answer!

    Violence isn’t the answer because it could hurt you and your friends feeling and respectful.
    Because that wouldn’t be good thing to use violence is a answers, There is a way could intervention it.
    It is you need to calm yourself down and control the anger for it or otherwise you could seek someone to get help.

  • Role Models in History

    Ghandi Mandela great figures in our history who changed their who country without violence. They gained independence and freedom with shedding blood. Unlike other role models like Hitler who wanted to change his country and went about it the wrong way and is now a foul and I one of the most hated man in history. Why fight, when talking can solve most matters? Regards HCP

  • Hurt ful continuous debation

    It is really annoying i cant stand it my daughter comes home with a black eye every day and my son with bruised up leg my kids tell me I'm not going to school tomorrow because they hit me it is really horrendous it awfully hurts my heart god amen

  • Violence is never the answer.

    Navigating through the annals of history, one may find no instance in which peace did not prevail. Peace finds its inception in the home. The institution of learning continues this teaching of peace. Finally, as the individual joins the populace, he is imbued with such virtue of peace that he knows not to harm others. He who harms not others knows no harm himself. One may assert that self-defense is violence, but to that, the author most vehemently disagrees. Violence is the use of force to harm others. Self-defense is the use of force to mitigate foreign, injurious force upon oneself. Therefore, self-defense is not violence, and while violence exists, it is not the answer ever. No problem exists that cannot be solved peacefully.

  • Violence is a disease.

    Given a scenario where there are a bully and a victim. After being bullied so much by the bully, the victim now hits him or her back. Yes, it will have an immediate stop but it will not change them. The bully will still continue by finding someone else. So, is the victim going to be selfish by letting an innocent person take the hit next or will he or she be someone who goes out of his or her way to find out more about the bully? From what I know, bullies are emotionally deprived. They of all people need the most love, kindness and understanding. Those who are victims should be even stronger, not physically but morally. So strong that whatever they do, it will always come from a place of empathy and sincerity. The world needs more people who are merciful not just. Only then the world will be a better place.


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