When two nations come into conflict, war is the only act that will settle things. When two men come into contact, a fistfight is the only activity that is going to clarify things. Aggression is always an accurate response to any predicament.
Violence obviously solved the problem of Imperial Japan once and for all. When you are subjected to a personal Pearl Harbor of your own, dry conversation and dreary compassion are never going to yield anything useful. You don’t need to appreciate your opposition; you need to attack them.
Fighting solves problems. If you want to resolve any part of life, you need to do it with bloodshed. Consequently, you need to bring brutality into every other part of existence. Any damn thing in this world – or the next – can be put right with violence. A little cruelty will clear everything up.
Religion is one of those things that can only be improved if it were to have an element of violence. The Lord is going to kill you off when he gets bored with you, so you attitude should be equally destructive toward all the other humans screwing around in God’s kingdom. The Almighty is going to take your life when he gets tired of your presence, so you might as well be equally vicious toward all the other beings fucking around in God’s creation. Sometimes the most effective way of praying is with clenched fists.
There is only a thin line between affection and anger. When it is all said and done, love is only going to hurt you, so you really ought to be heartless in your romance. When your soulmate misbehaves, you need to be merciless. After all, if cruelty works wonders in one aspect of creation, chances are that it will succeed in every other area as well.
Aggression is the only admirable way of finding a solution. Peace is invariably without purpose, but wars are always fought over principles. Hostility is the external expression of an inner honor.
Tranquility is the most tiresome mode of living. Mercy is always a profoundly dishonest mode of surviving. Only violence restores the vitality and virility that you deserve. Humanity needs to return to a saving viciousness in all social interactions.
What the world needs now is loathing, sweet loathing. What humanity could use is more brutality; we have already endured enough brotherhood. A little carnage might do wonders.
Let us struggle to attain a moment of honest ruthlessness.