Stand For The Non-Aggression Principle And Apply It In Your Life
The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) holds that no person may use violence, or the threat of violence, against another except in legitimate self-defense. We refer to the Non-Aggression Principle as the “rule” that allows all people to live with truly equal rights. It is said that one drop of ink can spoil otherwise pure water. We believe that unequal rights is that ink. It is a fundamentally flawed organizing principle and creates foundational disharmony in the field of pure potential. To have enforceable rules but no rulers, creates a system of pure individual accountability, so no one is condoned to harm another against their will.
As children, we are taught not to hit others and that violence is not the way to solve problems. As adults, we understand that it is morally unacceptable to hold a gun to your neighbor and demand that they follow your orders. We understand that we don’t have that right. Why, then, do we believe we can grant that right to other people?
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