Comment: The NAP does prohibit aggression

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The NAP does prohibit aggression

That's why it's called the non aggression principle. Aggression is defined as the initiation of force. You have your terms crossed.

Even on the proper terms, attacking a person on suspicion or outside of self defense is aggression and initiation of aggression.

Self defense is by its nature not the same as retribution, by a third party that wasn't involved and has no certainty of guilt.

You're mad because you NAP is shown conclusively to be incapable of support an actual retributive justice system.