The Rulers, Kings & Kingdoms

“We have been given authority over spirits that rule and reign over the rulers, kings and kingdoms. Empower the angels by speaking God’s Word of deliverance over the countries and continents of the Earth.

By faith, not force, we have authority over spirits that motivate men and women to act in ways that are not in alignment with God’s purpose.”

~ Charles Capps,
Farmer, Land Developer, Preacher, Teacher & Author

Violence: Good vs. Evil

“I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent.”

Mahatma Gandhi,
Lawyer, Anti-Colonial Nationalist & Political Ethicist

Once They’ve Got You Violent, Then …

“When it gets down to having to use violence, then you are playing the system’s game. The establishment will irritate you – ‘pull your beard’, ‘flick your face’ – to make you fight. Because once they’ve got you violent, then they know how to handle you. The only thing they don’t know how to handle is non-violence and humour.”
~ John Winston Lennon,
Musician, Singer, Songwriter,
Record Producer, Artist, Writer & Activist

The Features of Anarchy

“Laws that are not carried into effect, authorities without force and despised, crime unpunished: property attacked, the safety of the individual violated, the morality of the people corrupted, no Constitution, no government, no justice; these are the features of anarchy.”
~ Jacques Pierre Brissot,
Founder – Abolitionist Society of the Friends of the Blacks
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Anarchy: The Power of the Bully

“I don’t believe in anarchy, because it will ultimately amount to the power of the bully, with weapons. Gandhi is my life’s inspiration: passive resistance. I don’t want to live in the Thunderdome with Mad Max.”
~ John Lydon
Singer, Songwriter & Musician
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Due to The Color of Your Skin

“We must recognize that to live in a world, in a society,
in which you feel that your life is constantly under threat
because of the color of your skin is, also, a form of violence.
It is a daily, ambient, gnawing violence.”
~ Charles M. Blow
Author & Op-Ed Columnist – The New York Times
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