„He who, when he may, forbids not sin, commands it.“

—  Seneca, Troades

Troades (The Trojan Women), line 291 (Agamemnon)
Alternate translation: He who does not prevent a crime, when he can, encourages it. (translator unknown).
Originál: (la) Qui non vetat peccare cum possit, iubet.

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