A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from November 22, 2022
“A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle…”

“‘A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.’— Mike Zentz” was posted on The Last Bastille on April 8, 2015. “A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it” was posted on Twitter by Mike Zentz on November 11, 2017.

The quotation illustrates the differences between a libertarian, and anarchist and an agorist. It’s not known when Mike Zentz first said this.


Wikipedia: Non-aggression principle
The non-aggression principle (NAP), also called the non-aggression axiom, is a concept in which aggression, defined as initiating or threatening any forceful interference (violating or breaching conduct) against either an individual, their property or against promises (contracts) for which the aggressor is liable and in which the individual is a counterparty, is inherently wrong. There is no single or universal interpretation or definition of the NAP, with different definitions varying in regards to how to treat intellectual property, force, abortion, and other topics.

The Last Bastille
Quote of the Week – Agorism & the NAP
Posted on April 8, 2015 by Kyle Rearden
“A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.”
— Mike Zentz

YouTube
PeacefulAnarchism
Mar 16, 2016
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“A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.” Mike Zentz

Peaceful Anarchism
Nick Hazelton: Voluntaryist, Host and Founder of Anarcho Yakitalist Podcast
Posted on March 17, 2016 by Danilo
(...)
A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.
Mike Zentz

Twitter
Mike Zentz
@mikezentz
Replying to @hooliegirls and @ThomasEWoods
“A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.”
http://mikezentz.com/agorism/
4:07 PM · Nov 11, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
ᴰᵃᵛⁱᵈ ᴳʳᵃᵛʸ 🦙🌈🕊
@spirit_llama
Replying to @TheMongoose0861 @Eli7912 and @DienamiteReady
I’ve heard it said: A libertarian is someone who believes in the NAP, an anarchist is someone who understands it, and an agorist is someone who practices it.
11:06 AM · Jul 23, 2019·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Mike Zentz
@mikezentz
Replying to @inner_warrior_ @DeathMetalV and @BionicBeauty
I’ve always said this
A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it.  An agorist is someone who practices it.
1:06 PM · Mar 30, 2021·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Jet Agorist
@JAgorist
Replying to @Ace_Archist
“A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression
principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.” - Mike Zentz
1:40 AM · Aug 14, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Sal the Agorist
@SallyMayweather
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
“A libertarian is someone
who believes in the non-
aggression principle. An
anarchist is someone
who understands it. An
agorist is someone who
practices it.” (Mike Zentz)
10:38 AM · Nov 22, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

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