Circumcision And The Non-aggression Principle

Libertarianism is a Jewish invention. Irony of ironies…

The Buddha's Hotdog

Aggression: “any unsolicited actions of others that physically affect an individual’s property or person, no matter if the result of those actions is damaging, beneficial, or neutral to the owner, are considered violent or aggressive when they are against the owner’s free will and interfere with his right to self-determination and the principle of self-ownership.”

The Non-aggression Principle: “aggression is inherently illegitimate.”

The non-aggression principle very much applies to situations where one would enforce one’s will upon a person “for their own good”. In a nutshell, if the person so affected would, after the fact, be grateful for the assistance, or would choose the same course of action were he or she able to, then the use of aggression would be legitimate. However, if the use of aggression would be against that person’s will, or of they were to object to it after the fact, then it would not.

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