Non-violent resistance is the principle that says: if your opponent has a gun, then you should not try to pick a fight with him. Instead you should keep annoying him by sitting in front of him and blocking his view of the scenery until he leaves. It was first developed by Jesus and Mahatma Gandhi, the inventors of India. It was later popularized in America by gangsta rappers James Bevel and Martin Luther King. The principle of non-violent resistance was applied unsuccessfully in 2006 by 78-year-old Texas attorney Harry Whittington, who got shot in the face anyway.