"We call on the Iranian government to stop all violent and unjust actions against its own people." - Barack Obama [emphasis mine]
This quote is from a decidedly non-libertarian, spineless, tax-feeding, stammering, socialist. But I chose this quote for one reason, and that is to illustrate that the word Iranian should be replaced with United States. Or, for that matter, any government in the entire world.
You see, every government is based on certain principles- violence and injustice. And these "violent and unjust actions" always take place "against its own people." In the case of some governments, especially that of the United States of America, violence and injustice is actually exported to other countries for their displeasure. Of course, being that they have no representation in, or recourse from, the invading government, the tyranny is especially bad. Because, after all, as Michael Ledeen said, "[T]he defense of the country is one of those extreme situation in which a leader is justified in committing evil." [emphasis mine] And by committing evil, he of course means killing innocent human beings who have lives and families and hopes. Also, they have nothing to do with being able to keep the country defended. Committing the evil in the first place is what makes the country insecure.