- Jun 2014
- Lisbon, Portugal
There is no such thing (and there never been), a movement that is simply "pro-violence" or "pan-violence". That even doesn't make any sense or logic - violence is a method, not a means to an end.This is not a pro-democracy movement but rather a pro-violence movement, pan-violence movement by my understanding.
No group ever in history organized themselves towards the end goal of "achieving violence", even the terms that you used - such a "pan-violence" - were never used seriously towards any movement in modern history.
Of course, such a movement as the ones we are witnessing now is somewhat contradictory in its doctrine, confusing regarding their goals and tactics, and lacking any cohesive message, action or control command, but just labeling them as simply "pan-violence" it's just an attempt to smear the group, rather than providing an objective analysis about it.