5. Self-preservation

It is a basic human right to live without the fear of unprovoked attack from another human. It is also a human right to be able to defend oneself against any such attack. Since it is unfeasible that we might remove from the world all means of attack, as well as those who might be inclined to mount such, it is only logical that those of sound mind and lacking criminal intent be allowed what ever means necessary to ensure the ability to repel a hostile assailant.

 

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