I am not a pacifist.
Violence isn't necessarily wrong, and can sometimes even be right. Aggression is the problem, not violence. Not all violence is aggression.
I have no problem with a bully having his head blown off by his victim. This would be an example of good violence. Pacifists who would decry this outcome disgust me. They empower the bad guys.
I am a fan of violence, properly applied.
But I do not initiate force. Period. I have no right to do so, and neither does anyone else.
I don't care if you believe aggression to be necessary or pragmatic. Or foolish to refuse to engage in under "some circumstances".
If you don't do what's right, what's the use of you?
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