Sunday, October 16, 2016

Do you have the right to defend yourself violently?

If you don't have the right to defend your life, liberty, and property, with violence, from ALL who threaten or violate them, government employees included, you have no rights at all.

Yet, there are those who seriously say you have no right to use violence against aggressors, because doing so violates their right to life.

Those who make that claim are wrong.

And, no, it isn't that aggressors "give up" their right to not have violence used against them when they choose to archate- it's that they had no right to do so, and by choosing to do so they violated you, and you have the right to defend yourself. With violence if necessary. They made the choice; they can deal with the consequences.

So, yes, you have the absolute human right to defend yourself- with deadly force if necessary- against violators. Regardless of whether they work for the State or not, and regardless if those who work for the State are "just doing their job". If their "job" is a violation, they are no different from any other violator, and should expect to be treated any different. If they don't like that, they should quit and find an honest job.

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  1. I don't recall if it's gone all the way to the SCOTUS. People have been exonerated who killed police who were invading their homes.

    Sadly, only when the invasion was so obviously in error that even the govt had to admit that its agents had failed.

    America lost its greatness when tarring and feathering tax collectors went out of style.

  2. if/when they initiate aggression against me... well, "I just want to get home at the end of my shift."