Nothing is absolute.


“Non-violence is futile if faced by a force determined to kill the person adopting it. Thus, an active policy of non-violence by Jews during the Holocaust would have been pointless. A Jewish Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King would have ended up in the gas chambers, as many non-violent Jews did.”

The full article is here

http://philosophynow.org/issues/85/The_Success_and_Failure_of_Non-Violence

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