The idea of the Nations of Sanity is to unite people on their most common ground, their most basic and fundamental area of logical agreement.
We are not expecting everyone to agree on all areas of idealistic visions and the nuances in their personal ideology, because people differ too much on such specifics.

As mentioned in the Tax = Theft chapter, the social programs that exist today are not inherently immoral with regards to the services they provide.
The immorality and criminality comes from the way they are funded, with the use of state violence facilitating outright theft.

Tax is theft and a violation of the Non Aggression Principle (NAP). It is really that simple. In fact, tax is worse than person to person petty theft because of the threat of violence that facilitates it. There is a big difference between someone stealing your wallet when you are not looking and someone pulling out a gun to demand it.

The Common Ground

There is a common ground, and I believe that it is this common ground that is the key to real change, to real progress.

The definition of the Non Aggression Principle (NAP) according to Nations of Sanity is basically as it is defined by most sources, with simple clarifications on any areas of potential grey or points subjected to particular scrutiny.
The Non Aggression Principle is defined by its opposition to the initiation of force, but is not limited to physical force or coercion.

There is an important reason why the focus of this movement is on the common ground of basic sanity. A few reasons in fact.
It is partly because we may well need majority support to facilitate our freedom so we need to keep the agreement as agreeable as possible, while still representing genuine change. 

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