“The number of crimes committed in the name of self-protection is, to my mind, an obscene exaggeration. It is, I think, the most likely explanation for this phenomenon. Self-protection is a natural human response which can have no more than a weak, superficial, and superficial-self-indulgent quality. If you do it, it is because you are doing it. If you don’t do it, it is because you haven’t done it yet.
Self-protection is an interesting concept because it is often the root cause of many crimes. Of course, it also means that the police are often responsible for these crimes. If you are responsible for committing a crime, you are responsible for the consequences. If the police are responsible, they are responsible for the repercussions. Self-protection is not the same as justice. Self-protection is not the same as the will of a jury. Self-protection is not the same as the will of society.
The real story of a self-protecting person is the one they are supposed to protect. In this case, the answer is that the police are responsible for the consequences. They are also responsible for the consequences. So even if you were just as responsible as you are, you will be accountable for the consequences.
While a self-protecting person will always want to use their own will, they will not use their own will in the same way that society will. The result is that someone who is a self-protecting person will either not care about the consequences, or will care only about themselves. Some people will care about the consequences, but a lot of people will not care about them. And if they do not care about the consequences, then they will not care about the consequences.