Depends on the regulation put in place and circumstances
But that's hardly surprising coming from you.
In the Henrin universe there'd be no government, no schools, no hospitals, no roads, no laws except a single maximum security prison for abortionists and euthanasia doctors.
As stated, this "suffering" you refer to can be palliated. I'll say again: palliation is mercy. Killing is not mercy.
Killing is only justified when absolutely necessary, as in self-defense. Every human being has an unalienable right to life. We create governments to protect such rights.
There is nothing to celebrate about a government abandoning its chief reason for existence.
Aggression - Aggression - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster DictionaryEnding someone's life is aggression.
: angry or violent behavior or feelings
: hostile action against another country, government, etc.No you are, as usual, being nonsensical. We are not using Henrin's Dictionary - we are using the conventional one. See above for the actual definition of what constitutes as aggression.You don't just kill someone and somehow not act aggressively. You're being nonsensical.