Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
Actually, Molon Lave is greek for "come and take them," first uttered by Spartan king Leonidas while trying to hold the Persians at the pass of Thermpylae. When Xerxes, the Persian tyrant, demanded that the hugely outnumbered greeks give up their weapons, Leonidas responded with this retort. When told that the Persians had so many archers that the flight of their arrows would blot out the sun, Leonidas said, "Good, then we can fight in the shade." Tough dude, that Leonidas. And his famous words are still a rallying cry, even in their native tongue.
Latin, Greek, Mandarin Chinese, who really knows? We can't keep up with the differece between clips and magazines, why should we care about some old language?