The Law of Justice
Love, Justice, and Liberty – the one triumvirate of Truth.
The Law of Justice is the foundation for any just, free, and prosperous society. Therefore it is absolutely imperative to understand what Justice is, and what are its direct, natural and inescapable consequences.
Let’s figure it out.
The principle and the law of Justice is derived from a fundamental principle.
Step 1: The ONE Fundamental Principle
All things are inseparably and most fundamentally connected. We are all a part of one great and indivisible whole. This one great whole is the ONE consciousness, the one self-awareness, the ONE Great I Am, and we all share it. One consciousness, but many minds; it moves the planets and shines the stars, and it gives life and existence to them all.
And because we all share one consciousness, we are all most profoundly and most fundamentally connected, and therefore whatsoever we do to anyone, we are actually and inescapably, and ultimately doing it to ourselves!
Therefore the one and only sane, and non-self-contradictory way of being, that follows, is:
Step 2: Love
Thou shall love your neighbor as yourself.
Because it IS yourself!
Anything else would be self-contradictory and self-destructive, because you are all, and all are you, since we are all one.
From which naturally follows:
Step 3: The Law of Justice
Do unto others as you would have them do to you.
Because, in reality, there are no “others,” it is all YOU, and you ARE, actually, doing it to yourself
, whether you yet see it or not (but you certainly will); and to do to self what you would not, is a self-contradiction.
A person who does evil to others, is like someone who is unwittingly pounding his own hand with a hammer, (which due to some disorder he does not yet realize, but he definitely will) because he is doing real damage to himself, which he cannot escape any more than he can escape self.
This reality, this truth, though may be temporarily hidden from view, always triumphs in the end to absolute uttermost. Some call it karma. I call it the Eternal Law of Justice. And it is a simple consequence of the fact that we are all one, whether we yet realize it or not.
You can escape this reality no more than you can escape self. It cannot, in principle, be done, because that would be a self-contradiction.
The more intelligent a being is, the sooner he or she realizes this fundamental truth. But, sooner or later, all will be constrained to acknowledge this fact, because again, it is the fundamental reality of all existence, that cannot, in principle, be avoided, at least no more than one can avoid self. And, news flash: self has no end, therefore justice has no end. Time will prove this fact to all.
So from this, directly follows the only sane conclusion:
Step 4: The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP).
Which is prohibition on initiation of aggressive violence against anyone and against their property, with the implied right to use equal and opposite force to offset or neutralize the aggression of another.
In scripture the NAP is defined simply as: “Thou shall not kill,” and “Thou shall not steal.” Short, precise and sweet.
So why does NAP follow from the previous step? Because if you would not have acts of aggression committed against you or your property, you yourself should not commit such acts of aggression.
Anything else would be self-contradictory, and therefore false.
From which follows:
Step 5: The Group
Since the group derives all of its legitimate authority by delegation from the individuals comprising the group, and since no individual has the right or authority to commit acts of aggression against anyone, neither has the group (no matter the size) the authority or right to commit such acts of aggression against anyone, because no one can delegate to it an authority they do not have.
In other words, if it is wrong for one person to rob his neighbor, it is also wrong for many persons to rob him. Increasing the number of thieves does not make theft any more legitimate or just.
Which means that the NAP applies to the group, just as much as it applies to an individual.
The famous and deceptive phrase that “the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few” legitimately applies to public property only (see the definition of public property below). It does not, and cannot, in principle, apply to private property. Why? Because if it were not so, any two people would be justified in robbing any one person, which would be a violation of the law of justice, and would be self-contradictory, and therefore wrong by definition.
From which follows:
Step 6: No Taxation of Other People’s Property
Since no individual has the right to forcibly extract wealth from his neighbor, he cannot delegate such authority to the group, because he cannot delegate an authority he does not have.
Therefore public taxation of private property is an act of aggression of the group against individual and his property, and thus is immoral and unjust.
And that which is unjust is evil by definition.
No society based on evil can ever persist, for evil is a self-contradiction, and that which is built upon self-contradiction will unavoidably self-destruct.
Therefore no society based on public taxation of private property can ever endure, but will unavoidably self-destruct by corruption and violence, unsurprisingly so, because it is built upon aggressive violence of taxation, which is nothing more than legalized plunder, which is nothing more or less than legalized, monopolized, and institutionalized evil, written as law.
Such abomination of self-contradiction and evil, posing as law must not exist, if the society is ever to survive and prosper!
In general, any violation of the NAP, and any violation of private property is evil and unjust by definition; and any law sanctioning such violation is a legislative crime and an abomination that must not be allowed to exist, if the society is to survive and to prosper.
From which follows:
Step 7: No Regulation of Other People’s Property
Regulation is control. No one has the right to control the property he does not own, neither can one delegate such non-existent right to a group or any third party.
Therefore all public regulation of private property, except one, (that private property be not violated), is immoral and unjust, because it violates the NAP and is an act of aggressive violence against individual and his property, and therefore is a self-contradiction.
What about anti-nuisance laws?
No one has the right to destroy or pollute anyone else’s property: neither by offensive smells, air, water or ground pollution, nor by projecting offensive sounds or images upon his neighbor’s property. So property rights take good care of environment protection and anti-nuisance laws.
From this non-regulation of other people’s property follows:
Step 8: Liberty
What is Liberty?
Liberty is the right to do with your own property what you please, as long as you do not violate the property of another.
In other words, Liberty is anything you wish to do as long as it does not violate the NAP. (See Morality section at the end).
In general, anything that does not violate justice has the right to exist, and it is unjust to forbid it, which defines Liberty.
Example: Since it does not violate justice that a peaceful person should possess an automatic weapon, it is unjust to forbid such possession.
Thus, denying Liberty is unjust.
From which follows:
Step 9: The Triumvirate of Truth
We have established that Love
is to treat others as self, or as you wish to be treated, which is also the definition of Justice
, and we have shown that Justice demands Liberty
, for denying Liberty is unjust.
Thus we see that these three things: Love, Justice, and Liberty are inseparably and logically connected, and not one of them exists or has any meaning without the other two, because Justice
are none other than expressions and the definition of Love
This establishes Love
as an indivisible triumvirate, where each part is defined by, and does not exist without the others, — constituting one Truth — a Truth without which no society can survive or prosper.
From which follows:
Step 10: Just Government
Then what about government? What is it, and what is its proper role?
To govern is to control. No one has the right to control the property he does not own. Thus any government has the right to govern or control ONLY the property it owns.
Since public representative government owns only public property
, it has the right to govern public property only, and nothing else.
What is public property?
It is property to which all citizens of a certain location have equal claim of ownership. Therefore, since the claim of ownership is equal among the citizens, the just government of such public property must be done:
How do you justly finance such public government?
- By the voice of the majority of the citizens, provided that
- Every citizen is treated equally (since all have equal claim on the public property), and
- The property of no individual is violated in the process.
Anything that is just must not violate the Non-Aggression Principle (the NAP).
Therefore the only just way to finance a public representative government is via public property user fees and voluntary contributions. User fee means you pay only if you use the property. If you don’t use it, you do not pay for it.
Again, since all citizens have equal claim of ownership upon public property, the public property user fees to be just must be:
What is Private Property?
- Explicitly agreed to by the majority of the citizens.
- Administered equally among the citizens, and
- Collection of such fees must not violate the private property of anyone.
Private Property is exclusive ownership and is naturally derived from, and includes the self-ownership of individual. Ownership is just control.
You own you, your body, your mind, the fruits of your labor. No one has a just right to control by force that which belongs to you against your will.
A just owner of a property is either the first user of it, or a recipient of it from the previous owner via voluntary gift, bequest or sale.
Private property, because it includes the self-ownership of individual, is therefore the very foundation of every virtue and right, and of Liberty itself, because without self-ownership there can be no virtue, no rights, and no liberty at all, which would be unjust.
In fact, no virtue or right can even be defined without the concept of property. And private property is the most fundamental type of property from which all other types are derived.
Therefore anything that violates Private Property violates Justice and Liberty, and thus is evil by definition.
Not surprisingly, the FIRST plank of Satanist-Luciferian-Communist manifesto is the abolishing of Private Property by violence of the state, because by abolishing it they abolish every right and virtue, and Liberty and Justice itself, which is evil by definition, and if fully adopted, would result in entire destruction of the world and of all who live in it. This is not surprising considering the source of the manifesto, which is the devil “who seeketh to destroy the souls of men” and to make them miserable like unto himself.
- Good is Private Property, and
Evil is violation of Private Property, and
Non-violation of Private Property is the definition of Justice and Liberty.
He who has ears to hear, let him hear.
Step 11: What about justice enforcement and courts?
Anyone has an unalienable right to defend themselves and their property.
No individual has the right to deprive his neighbor of such right of just self-defense. Neither has any individual the right to claim exclusive monopoly on justice enforcement; therefore no one can delegate such right of exclusive monopoly to a group, because no one can delegate an authority they do not have.
Thus no individual, and consequently no group, has the right to claim exclusive monopoly on justice enforcement, for such claim would be unjust, for it would violate natural unalienable rights of individuals.
This means that justice can rightly be enforced by anyone, as long as such enforcement is just.
Of course, individuals could voluntarily contract with any third parties to provide such just enforcement.
Step 12: What about Information or Intellectual Property?
Property claims (i.e. exclusive just control) are meaningful and non-self-contradictory only with regards to TANGIBLE property. Such claims are entirely meaningless and self-contradictory for intangible objects.
Therefore information, or intellectual property ownership is only meaningful in terms of physical, TANGIBLE copies of information.
To own information is to own a tangible copy of it. Nothing less, nothing more.
Thus every tangible copy of information constitutes a separate intellectual property, even though it might represent exactly the same information.
And Intellectual Property is nothing more or less than ownership of a TANGIBLE copy of information.
Assigning and enforcing “ownership” to intangible information in general, leads to irreconcilable self-contradictions, and to violations of tangible property rights, and thus is unjust.
What would be an example of such irreconcilable self-contradiction caused by erroneous claims of ownership of intangible information in general?
Information is a pattern or an arrangement of matter. To claim “ownership” i.e. exclusive control over a pattern or an arrangement in general, is to claim the ownership and control of ALL matter in the Universe, because any matter can be used to encode such information, anywhere in the Universe, and in fact, every particle of matter contains information about all other particles of matter. Such claim of universal control over all matter, with an alleged “right” to prevent others by force from arranging their tangible property in that pattern, without actually owning all tangible property in the Universe, and without having one’s tangible property violated in any way, is a self-contradiction, because it creates contradictory ownership claims over all tangible property in the Universe, and if enforced, constitutes an act of aggression against the tangible property of others, and is therefore unjust.
Justice is NAP, that is non-violation of private property, with implied right to use equal force to neutralize/offset the aggression against one’s property. To be just, any society must have the NAP (the Non-Aggression Principle) as its core principle.
Anything that does not violate the NAP is just and has the right to exist.
Anything that violates the NAP is immoral and unjust.
What about God, morality and his laws?
Exactly the same principle applies to God. Indeed, he is the source of this principle.
Love, Justice, and Liberty constitute the entire system of morality of God.
In his own words: “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets
So NAP applies to God just as much as to anyone else. Indeed God is God because he lives by such laws (for he would cease to be God if he didn’t), and he is the one who gave these laws to man.
Now, God is the Creator and the Just owner of the Universe. Therefore all who live in it are responsible to him to use his property only in the way he approves of. However no-one has the right to presume to speak for God or to enforce his laws without his permission.
Any such usurpation by anyone must be treated for what it is: an act of aggression, and it is just to end all aggression by force, which is the definition of just self-defense.
These are the laws of Justice. Let’s build a world upon these just and holy principles.
: you can find the abbreviated version of this here