So basically, what you're saying is that as a person I need heed no law but 'do no harm' am I correct?
We are creatures that need laws to function as a society, and without those society would descend into anarchy.
Even if I consider this point valid. Why is there an exception for 'do no harm' ? If you say I need heed no laws, then it makes no sense to make an exception. Especially not an exception based purely on subjective mores.
We are in anarchy right now. We have no rule of law as things stand and few if any lawful courts. If you know who you are and can defend your position and are willing to stand under your full liability then you are absolutely free to behave as you will as long as you cause no harm to another living soul. However most are unable to live in this manner and require either by their own volition or by dint of not being responsible, to be a child of the state.
Does this mean that all need to be children of the state? Are you saying that you are not willing to take full responsibility for your actions?
Do no harm is natural law, part of our inherent rights as flesh and blood living souls. We all live in our own inherent rights jurisdiction until or unless we through action or inaction, knowingly or unknowingly accept the limited liability of being children of the state.
Statutes and acts are only applicable to those performing a function of government and receiving payment for it at the time of the incident, unless you consent. This isn't to say that you are free to do whatever you want outside of those boundaries it means that you are expected to do no harm and understand yourself and your own inherent rights.
A crime in inherent rights jurisdiction is committed when provable harm is caused to another living soul. If there is no harm there is no crime.
Who is the injured party when you are drinking a beer and fishing? (Which is a 'statutory offence' in some places)
More importantly, how do all the myriad of acts, statutes and bylaws make any possible sense to you as an individual? How can you possibly know what you are and are not supposed to be allowed to do at any one time? In the US you are committing a statutory offence almost every minute of every day. How is that right? How can that be right?
The maxim of law, 'Ignorance of the law is no defence.' was written regarding inherent rights jurisdiction and cannot possibly logically be applied to even common law let alone statutory offences.
However as I stated before, if you cannot be honourable and responsible you have no place in a full responsibility world and are, of course, free to continue to exist in a statutory one. This is your choice. Yet it is also everyone else's.