Controlled Cruelty in Gung Fu

Learn Controlled Cruelty; Develop A Capacity For Violence

“If you need to injure someone, do it in such a way that you do not have to fear their vengeance.”  Niccolò Machiavelli
(3 May 1469 – 21 June 1527).

Fighting is less about skill and talent and more about attitude.

Ferocity, aggression, the ability to endure pain, the capacity for inflicting violence should all rate highly in the hierarchy of self-protection values.

An attacker places no psychological limit on what he is willing to do to a victim.Therefore we must develop a capacity, (not to be confused by a proclivity) for violence, the hope being that we never need exercise such capacity.

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