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Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by CA357, Feb 12, 2013.
A short and interesting read.
A wise man Bob Owens.
Yup. I check in there every now and then, I like his mindset.
I like the cut of his jib!
Very grave article. Pray for peace but prepare for war.
The correct translation is "Si vis pacem, para bellum", Latin adage translated as, "If you wish for peace, prepare for war" (usually interpreted as meaning peace through strength—a strong society being less likely to be attacked by enemies). The adage was adapted from a statement found in Book 3 of Latin author Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus's tract De Re Militari (4th- or 5th-century), although the idea it conveys is also present in earlier works, such as Plato's Nomoi (Laws)."
Provides links in his text to more great reads for anyone that may have missed it.
Thanks for posting, its a gem!