Taking a Stand on Violence
Updated: 5/30/2020
Taking a Stand on Violence
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  • Why are we going to war? What is the purpose?
  • Hmmm...
  • What's up, man?
  • The people we're fighting, they're human too. I don't want to kill anyone.
  • The people are being discriminated against and murdered. It's our job to protect those innocent people.
  • I know but what about the murders we'll commit?
  • Yeah, that's what scares me the most. I don't want to make a decision I regret.
  • But what about saving all those people? How would we do that?
  • I never thought of that.
  • Two military men go for a walk before they are deported the next day. One of the men is worried for the war they are entering.
  • Well, the war is definitely justified. We are all God's children and no one sure endure discrimination.
  • If we don't have to kill, we shouldn't.
  • I just don't know. Those people need help. But is it worth it to risk our own humanity?
  • The second man explains that they are going to war for a good cause, to protect the innocent. The first man is still concerned; he does not like the idea of killing.
  • We've determined two things...
  • ...It's important to defend the people and it's important to stay humane.
  • The two men travel closer and closer to the woods as they continue to contemplate the idea of killing. Is it okay to do for the greater good?
  • We are trained to quickly and accurately decipher situations so...
  • We will decide in the situation if it is just to kill the person in front of us.
  • We understand the consequences of both so...
  • The two friends determine that killing others is unjust if they don't have to.
  • They come to the conclusion that they understand the morals on both sides of the spectrum. They want to help people by saving them and also by being peaceful.
  • They decide that they will fight a just war; they will fight only when it is necessary and they will practice peaceful tactics so that their humanity is saved.
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