Each of the four central political concepts has a social doppelgänger: Equality has sameness, Authority has value, Freedom has choice, and Order has norm.
If not articulated from a position of passionate commitment, the four central concepts of politics—equality, authority, freedom, and order—would have no meaning or validity whatsoever.
How can a violent order be overturned without violence? Then again, how can a violent order be overturned with violence?
Sometimes you must be out of order in order to restore it.