Sep 12, 2006

The Grave Dangers of Self-Defense

A really fun piece from Stefan Molyneux at Lew Rockwell.
The logical – and moral – problem with this is, of course, that if people exist who cannot defend themselves from mere individual criminals, how on earth can they possibly defend themselves against the state? In other words, if you’re afraid of being exploited by violent people, is armed might of the modern state somehow less dangerous than an individual mugger?

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