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[–] kalgon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I don't say this, the guy says it

He calls it extremism, that's debatable in the case of nazim since it was a response to communism, is it extreme to welcome home invaders by unloading an ak equipped with a drum magazine full of armor piercing bullets on them? Not to me. Is it radical? Absolutely.

[–] midnightblue1335 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

is it extreme to welcome home invaders by unloading an ak equipped with a drum magazine full of armor piercing bullets on them?

You know, like over 1/2 of Americans would call you a "murderer" if you did exactly what you described. They'd say shit like "You only had to shoot him once, in the leg! All he had was a knife! This is unfair! You're a murderer!"

In a sane world, your life would be forfeit the moment you broke into someone's home. But in the modern West, the lives and comfort of criminals (especially felons) are more important than the lives and safety of law-abiding citizens.

You should be allowed to execute a stranger who broke into your home- gun right to the head and trigger pulled, after injuring them; the notion that we have to pay for the very expensive hospital bills whenever a thug catches a few bullets mid-felony drives me up the damned wall.

[–] kalgon 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

As far as I'm concerned once the NAP is infringed upon anything goes, at least that's how it should be

The non-aggression principle (or NAP; also called the non-aggression axiom, the anti-coercion, zero aggression principle or non-initiation of force) is an ethical stance that asserts that aggression is inherently wrong. In this context, "aggression" is defined as initiating or threatening any forcible interference with an individual or individual's property.[1]

In contrast to pacifism, the non-aggression principle does not forbid forceful defense. The non-aggression principle is considered by some to be a defining principle of natural-rights libertarianism.

The non-aggression principle is a prominent idea in anarcho-capitalism, (classical) liberalism, libertarianism, and minarchism.[2][3][4][5]

The home owner shouldn't be expected to make sure the home invaders are here to murder him and his family, that's too much to ask, especially at night with half a dozen variety niggers breaking in

Now of course he's free to do just that, but shouldn't have any obligation to do so, once you break in, you declare yourself as enemy combatant, period

Now maybe "you", the trespasser, have a valid reason to do it, but it's up to you to clear any misunderstanding, and you better do it quickly

There's a doorbell though