Volume : 5, Issue : 3, MAR 2019

OF TERROR AND VIOLENCE

DIBAKAR PAL

Abstract

Fear, when reaches its extreme level, gives birth to terror. Violence is the unlawful exercise of physical force. It is the outbursts
of long deprivation. Violence turns into war when two rival nations quarrel with each other. But common people seldom
welcome war. Thus the theory goes that he who wants war does not fight but he who fights does not want war. Cultural
violence acts silently. Refugee or migrant people loose identity due to silent invasion of new culture. Such people do suffer
from identity crisis. They become nostalgic and anxious for the young generation. To them new culture is alias and akin to
violent culture. Deprivation is the root cause of violence. As such, where there is no deprivation there is no violence. In fact an
ideal state is free from deprivation and enjoys no violence.

Keywords

TERROR, VIOLENCE, DEPRIVATION, WAR, REFUGEE.

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