Following the NAP is not pacifism. Those who violate the NAP can and should be met with force if other methods like NVC fail.
It’s no rulers, NOT no rules. Regulation that actually works is welcomed in a decentralized, voluntary system.
Building better systems is not idealistic, irrational utopian dreaming. We can pragmatically improve things right now with smart contracts, cryptographically-provable bonds, voluntary arbitration, free markets with skin-in-the-game actors, trusted reputation, and verifiable identity systems.
Libertarian/Voluntaryist world-views do not condemn the poor to suffering. On the contrary, they aim to free individuals to voluntarily interact for mutual self-benefit while encouraging personal responsibility and expanding empathy to voluntarily care for those who can’t care for themselves.
If you think all human interactions should be voluntary, and no one can delegate rights they themselves do not have, then look into voluntaryism. You may be a voluntaryist, even if you’ve never heard the term.
(Still traveling with the family, but wanted to get these thoughts down while I was thinking them.)