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Real Courage is found, not in the willingness to risk death, but in the willingness to stand, alone if necessary, against the ignorant and disapproving herd. Jon Roland, 1976 What we desire to accomplish is, the protection of rights: What we have to inquire is: The means by which protection may be af- forded....That men are susceptible of happiness, only in proportion as rights are protected, is a proposition, which, taken generally, it is unnecessary to prove. The importance of the inquiry, therefore,is evident.
was established as a Society under the Rule of Law expresslyfor the welfare of its members and NOT established as a foray byArmy Headquarters into Real Estate business in a thriving real estatemarket at this particular stage in the country’s economy. We, the people,still believe that our obligations as proud Indians and more importantly, asproud veterans, are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity for creating aSociety of equals and not divide ourselves into “Rulers” (powerful, autocraticand ever ready to exploit the powerless) and powerless “Subjects”.
Edmund Burke asks a key question of political theory: quis cus-todiet ipsos custodes? (how is one to be defended against the very guardians who have been appointed to guard us?) (1756)
Man, when perfected, is the best of animals, but when separated from law and justice, he is the worst of all.
Jurisprudence, Supplement to Encyclopaedia Brittanica
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? is a Latin phrase traditionally attributed to the Romanpoet Juvenal from his Satires (Satire VI, lines 3478), which is literally translated as “Whowill guard us from the guards themselves?”
Aristotle, Politics (c340 BC)