Putin versus Tolstoy - War and Peace

“Here I am alive, and it's not my fault, so I have to try and get by as best I can without hurting anybody until death takes over. But with such ideas what motive have you for living? One would sit without moving, undertaking nothing....”

“Life as it is leaves one no peace. ”

― Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), Война и мир

If not stopped, Putin will not stop. I fear the worst is yet to come for... "What's done cannot be undone."

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Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910) was the most influential and challenging, pacifist of his generation. The most famous person alive at the dawn of the twentieth century, his international stature came not only from his great novels but from his rejection of violence and the state. Tolstoy was a strict pacifist in the last three decades of his life, and wrote at length on a central issue of politics, namely, the use of violence to maintain order, to promote justice, and to ensure the survival of society, civilization, and the human species. He unreservedly rejected the use of physical force to these or any ends.

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