On Aggression

To initiate aggression (uninvited property boundary crossing) is to become a predator, and predators are estopped from objecting to predation. Attack me or my property all you want, but your actions will justify my defending myself and attacking you back. You can’t justify your predation, but I can justify my self-defense and retaliatory aggression through your predation. Thus, aggression is wrong because it creates unjustified conflict. And hence, liberty, the absence of restraint, or rather, aggression, is right. And that’s today’s two cents.