Precautionary Principle, Principle of Preemption (new glossary terms)

The fundamental libertarian axiom is the non-aggression principle or NAP. The opposite of this is to take action violating someone else’s property or physical person without the person you’re violating having acted against you. Basically, violence can only be used in self-defense. This is such a fundamental and self-evident tenet of morality that even in this dumbed-down, brainwashed and propagandized world, it’s hard to get away with outright violations of this principle, so emerge the concepts of “pre-emption” and “precaution.”

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