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And those laws are based on defending a principle

And those laws are based on defending a principle, the NAP, liberty, but without the Constitution, the statutes and codes, the underlying principle goes undefended. The principle is rendered worthless, without functional value, that is unless everybody agrees with it and lives by it; which clearly, when it comes to the NAP; they don't.

People now mock liberty. They WANT what aggression can offer them, plunder, slaves, and dominion. So that's what they're offered and what now underpins the law; slavery, injustice, and oppression.

The law can be your friend or your enemy, but without it, the principle which rules is the principle of self interest, that might makes right. Without justice, mans covetous nature reigns supreme because people are more than willing to use violence to take what they covet, and the only question is; how much can you bring to bear?