And it does not mean what you think it means.I believe he already said what you did there.
and as anda pointed out, the right to life cannot be inalienable if one can alienate their right to life it by virtue of their actions.His own actions lead to the party having to defend their right to life. I think that is very much in line with the principle I put out of rights ending where others begin. You must have the right to act to protect it. The one is attached to the other at its hip.
Serious question, do you know what a fallacy is?All are desired conditions, all our natural, and all take no aggression to gain. No fallacy.