2. "dead enemy soldiers n. decommissioned aggressor quantum dead soldier n. non-viable asset"
- William D. Lutz, Doublespeak Defined: Cut Through the Bull and Get the Point
5. "Today the aggressor is the shepherd of peace, and the beaten and hunted are the troublemakers of the world. What's more, there are whole races who believe it!"
- Erich Maria Remarque, Flotsam: A Novel of World War II
7. "No matter what Germany or Germans did, it was because they were defending themselves from international Jewry. The Jews were always the aggressor, the Germans always the victims."
- Timothy Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin
8. "It's always the same with these bogus equivalences: They start by pretending loftily to find no difference between aggressor and victim, and they end up by saying that it's the victim of violence who is "really" inciting it."
- Quote by Christopher Hitchens
9. "The invention of the mechanical clock was one of a number of major advances that turned Europe from a weak, peripheral, highly vulnerable outpost of Mediterranean civilization into a hegemonic aggressor."
- David S. Landes, Revolution in Time: Clocks and the Making of the Modern World
10. "Balsillie followed two Sun Tzu tactics religiously: appear strong no matter how weak your hand; and move to uneven terrain if an aggressor is overwhelming. For Balsillie, rugged ground meant keeping competitors, suppliers, and customers off balance."
- Jacquie McNish, Losing the Signal: The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry