Our address is angerkungfu.com.
Welcome to the tenth generation of our website dealing with anger and violence. Visit our previous website The Accidental Vigilante, which deals only with a type of violence, not all violence and not anger.
The purpose of our website is to direct people into good anger and righteous violence.
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Anger Kung Fu is far more advanced than Anger Management.
Advanced Anger Kung Fu will only be taught to those who are ready to learn it.
Violence is always a last resort.
A martialist (someone who engages in martial action) may never kill another human being except to protect themself and/or another or others from a present attack against themself and/or another or others.
Inflict no injury from which the target cannot recover unless necessary to save human life.
Martial action should be proportional in force to the severity of the offense. The offense of diminishing someone’s health should be met with less force than the offense of attempting to murder someone.
Martial action may only be taken for one of the following reasons:
- To save human life.
- To preserve human health.
- To save human life and to preserve human health.
Martial action is only to be taken as a last resort.
The police must always be given time to do their job before any martial action is taken.
Martial action is violence for the purpose of protection.
If you have reason to be violent, be violent; for example, if someone is about to attack your child, kill the attacker first.
If you have reason to be angry, be angry.
Violence can be good or evil, in context.
Violence is neither good nor evil, in itself.
Anger can be put to good use or evil use.
Like a gun, anger is neither good nor evil, in itself.