Peace: Perfect Definition of the Non-Aggression Social Contract

September 29th, 2011

Can be read here.

The old order Social Contract—which gave license to government to initiate force—obviously needs to be revised immediately, don’t you think?  Haven’t we humankind had slaves and masters long enough?  Why are we acquiescing to these gangs that initiate force against us?

Don’t you think any good leader of humankind would be wise enough to know how to make peace without wars?

Don’t you think any good leader would be wise enough to know how to lead her followers closer to absolute and total self-responsibility, and then stand aside and admire his peers?

Don’t you think any good leader would accept the responsibility of resolving humankind contradictions, but would refuse the power to initiate force against anyone?

Don’t you think any good leader would step aside if someone more able to lead came forth?

Don’t you think any politician would strive for removal of initiation of force as a tool of persuasion, replacing violence with reason?

Where are the good leaders?  Are enough people leaders now?  Are we yet the approximately billion points of light?  I think we are getting there—at light speed, from the point of observation of some Observer probably older and wiser than we.

Thank you Bill, L.Neil, Tam, all…

iloilojones 29 September 2011

 

One Response to “Peace: Perfect Definition of the Non-Aggression Social Contract”

  1. James Cox says:

    Such wonderful and true words. We, the ones that do not initiate force to get what we want, must try to educate others, and hopefully they will change their thought process. Together, I do really think that we can have a better world.

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