„One to destroy, is murder by the law;
And gibbets keep the lifted hand in awe;
To murder thousands takes a specious name,
War's glorious art, and gives immortal fame.“

—  Edward Young, Love of Fame (1725-1728), Satire VII, l. 55.
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„He’d caused the First Native War on Mars, by taking advantage of the fact that at that time human law had not defined the killing of Martians as murder.“

—  Murray Leinster Novelist, short story writer 1896 - 1975
Short fiction, Anthropological Note (1957), The Aliens, p. 92 (originally published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 1957).

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„War is murder, king-sized.“

—  John C. Wright American novelist and technical writer 1961
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„Wars, conflict, it's all business. "One murder makes a villain. Millions a hero."“

—  Charlie Chaplin British comic actor and filmmaker 1889 - 1977
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„Destruction, violence, ravages, murder, are perpetrated by statute law.“

—  Elbert Hubbard American writer, publisher, artist, and philosopher fue el escritor del jarron azul 1856 - 1915
The Better Part (1901), Context: I AM an Anarchist. All good men are Anarchists. All cultured, kindly men; all gentlemen; all just men are Anarchists. Jesus was an Anarchist. A Monarchist is one who believes a monarch should govern. A Plutocrat believes in the rule of the rich. A Democrat holds that the majority should dictate. An Aristocrat thinks only the wise should decide; while an Anarchist does not believe in government at all. Richard Croker is a Monarchist; Mark Hanna a Plutocrat; Cleveland a Democrat; Cabot Lodge an Aristocrat; William Penn, Henry D. Thoreau, Bronson Alcott and Walt Whitman were Anarchists. An Anarchist is one who minds his own business. An Anarchist does not believe in sending warships across wide oceans to kill brown men, and lay waste rice fields, and burn the homes of people who are fighting for liberty. An Anarchist does not drive women with babes at their breasts and other women with babes unborn, children and old men into the jungle to be devoured by beasts or fever or fear, or die of hunger, homeless, unhouseled and undone. Destruction, violence, ravages, murder, are perpetrated by statute law..

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„Unless a nation's life faces peril, war is murder.“

—  Мустафа Кемаль Ататюрк Turkish army officer, revolutionary, and the first President of Turkey 1881 - 1938
Milletin hayatı tehlikeye maruz kalmadıkça, savaş bir cinayettir. Variant translation: Unless a nation's citizens are in danger, war is a crime. "Adana Çiftçileriyle Konuşma" (16 March 1923) http://www.atam.gov.tr/index.php?Page=SoylevDemecler&IcerikNo=155; English translation as delivered in an address by Talat S. Halman (10 November 1995) http://turkishembassy.com/II/O/AtaturksPage.htm, quoted in The Turkish Times (1 December 1995)

„With this horrendous murder of the Jews we have lost the war. We have brought an indelible shame upon ourselves, a curse that cannot be lifted. We deserve no mercy, we are all guilty together.“

—  Wilm Hosenfeld Righteous Among the Nations 1895 - 1952
16 June 1943; attributed by Richard J. Evans in " Why Did Stauffenberg Plant the Bomb? http://www.signandsight.com/features/1824.html", Süddeutsche Zeitung, 23 January 2009.

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„A continuum links peaceful law-abiding ideological Muslims at one end and murderous jihadists at the other.“

—  Melanie Phillips, kniha Londonistan: How Britain is Creating a Terror State Within
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„Cursed is the man, and void of law and right,
Unworthy property, unworthy light,
Unfit for public rule, or private care,
That wretch, that monster, that delights in war:
Whose lust is murder, and whose horrid joy
To tear his country, and his kind destroy!“

—  Homér, Iliad
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