Feb. 11, 2012 - The Nature of Injury

The Nature of Injury

INJURY. Any wrong or damage done to another, either in his person, rights, reputation, or property. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition, 1911.

—Injuria absque damno. Injury or wrong without damage. A wrong done, but from which no loss or damage results, and which, therefore, will not sustain an action. a maxim of law

"These are the precepts of law: To live honourably; to hurt nobody; to render to everyone his due." Inst. 1, 1, 3; B1, Comm. 40. - a maxim of law.

To hurt nobody is to do no injury.

Government ought to prevent those with a propensity to greed from doing injury. The primary culprit of this scenario seems to be corporations who do injury by over fishing, over logging, raping the land of resources (whether by farming or mining), polluting, etc.

It is these corporations, and not men and women, that require licences and strict controls. Men and women who hunt, fish, or farm to live have no obligation to be licenced to live.

Today, men and women have been reduced to ATMs for the benefit of both government and corporations. This is injury.

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