Interesting question, as a moral point violence can never be justified unless it is entirely in self defence and stops as soon as necessary.
However, there is another approach.
I will let my opponents make the rules.
They set the rules which I will abide by, seems fair to me.
Jeremy Corbyn, the labour party leader and John McDonnell, the labour party shadow chancellor both believe in political violence.
Corbin has openly shared a stage with IRA terrorists but never with loyalist terrorists and McDonnell has called the deliberate murder of 50 million chinese during their ‘cultural revolution’ a footnote in history.
Clearly both support political violence in support of their political aims. They don’t come out and actively state this but give a massive nod and wink that only a blind man could miss.
Fair enough, they have made the rules. As such I and people like me are fully justified in shooting them and bombing their supporters.
Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Sec Amber Rudd are also my political enemies.
They believe in using all the power of the state to censor my opinions and fair comment.
OK, they have made the rules. As such, I and people like me are fully justified in cutting out their tongues and crushing their jaws with sledgehammers.
I can easily see the day when these four scum end up being treated like Gaddafi in Libya or Ceaușescu in Romania.
Its time for ordinary people to stop being nice.
I’ll leave the last word to Jordan Peterson.