Is Force the Same as Violence?
There is obfuscation and confusion perpetuating society regarding what force means and how that differs from violence. This confusion leads to an inhibition and pacification of the Sacred Masculine principle of self-defense in alignment with Natural Law.
What is Force?
– strength or energy
– exertion against something that resists
What is Violence?
– force exerted for the purpose of violating, damaging, or abusing
– unjust exercise of power
You can force people against their will/volition, forcibly hurt them, take from them, etc. You can also apply force to a ball and make it move, build a house, etc.
The difference is one is violent, against someone’s volition, making it a violation. Force in itself is not violent. It is just a force that creates a change in position, state, etc. This is how the universe exists. Without force, there is nothing. This is how we move our bodies, how we get any work done, etc. Note the root of violence and violation. Viole is rape in French.
The Latin word violare (violate, dishonor; outrage). Note we have violare linked to a violation. Violare is in turn derived from the Latin (and Italian, Portuguese, Spanish) word vis (force, strength). Note force is not derived from violence. Violence is derived from force. This is important to understand. Violence requires force, force does not require violence.
So if someone initiates violence against someone out of the blue, for no reason and against Natural Law, they are acting in violence, against someone’s volition, they are acting in a way to violate their Natural Law rights.
When someone uses force against another who is violating (with violence) another being’s volition and rights, that first person is not being violent; they are correcting a violent act against Natural Law rights, with the use of force. You are indeed “exertion against something that resists” which may result in “damaging” effects, but you are not violating the violence (evil). It is a just use of power, energy, and strength. The initiator of violence using unjust (against Natural Law rights) force is the one violating and being violent. That is also a violation of the Sacred Feminine principle of nonviolence and nonaggression. Using force to stop that violence is not violence, but right-action based in Natural Moral Law to stop a wrongdoing from continuing unabated. This is the Sacred Masculine being rightfully used.
It does matter who initiates the first act which they did not have a right to take. They are the initiators of the violence, the undue use of force, violating someone else’s free will and volition to not be harmed. The Sacred Feminine is being crushed, destroyed, broken, etc. and the Sacred Masculine needs to step in to set right-action into manifestation. When someone violates someone else’s rights, they lose their own rights. If you choose to violate someone’s Natural Law rights, you are giving up your own rights under Natural Law.
Force is protecting and defending Natural Law rights against a violation of those rights. Dark occultists, dominators and controllers don’t want people to step up and physically defend themselves against being violated. They want to pacify the Sacred Masculine of self-defense. Our current society’s growing police state is demonstrated by Alex Jones and others where we see state sanctioned thugs using violence against those who exercise their right to free speech. This is the case at the G-8 and G 20 summit protests. There are people who protest the political scheming of the power structures in the world and are harassed, pepper sprayed, tasered or beaten for exercising the force of their voice and speaking information that other people should know about
We have failed in our personal responsibility. We have not morally educated our young so there happens to be criminal tendencies that develop in various people and then we demand a controller clean things up in society because we don’t want to handle it ourselves. We have handed over our personal responsibility by creating institutions and forces of control because we don’t want to deal with our own house or be bothered and hassled by the problems around us. So people or groups end up with imaginary rights that no one possesses, such as stealing through taxation, violence and coercion that result from noncompliance with taxation or other dictates of man’s law that are not followed, and it is all sanctioned through tacit acceptance into indentured servitude. Proper education is key, not the fear and need to control by having institutions of control to save us from our own ignorance.
Force is voluntary, based in Natural Law and morality to take an action that one has the right to take because it does not violate the Natural Law rights of another sentient animate being. The Sacred Feminine principles of nonviolence and nonaggression is being sustained, aligned with and embodied. Violence is coercive action not based in Natural Law and morality to take an action one doesn’t have the right to take because they are violating the rights of another sentient animate being, stepping on the Sacred Feminine, without Care.
Another topic is the difference between killing and murder. Let me know if you have objections to the definitions I have set forth, as they make sense when you trace back their original meaning that they are to be used to represent.