The moment you cast a close vote the question appears in the review queue. The only thing is that you'll have to be prepared for the community to disagree, or possibly not agree quickly enough therefore the close vote ages away.
I will make a couple of small points:
It shows an utter ignorance of the law.
IMVHO this is not sufficient to close a question - unless the OP is intentionally discussing breaking what should be obvious laws in most jurisdictions (i.e. outright assault or worse). It's a given that none of us are lawyers and even if one was then you are only licensed to practice in a specific region. If "the law" is going to be used as a close reason then most self defense related questions will be closed, we will be restricted to academic explanations of history and techniques and patterns. It is up to each reader and practitioner to ensure that they comply with the law where practicable.
It has nothing to do with martial arts whatsoever.
It is directly related to self defense, at this point in time the community hasn't deemed self defense to be outside the scope of martial arts (it's been discussed, but other than agreeing that many self defense questions are messy nothing else solid has really eventuated).
Other than that you have some valid points, the question is broad and does ask for a list of things. However since the author has put a reasonable amount of effort in I would suggest that people help him bring it more on topic. Alternatively many people here have edit privileges so they can help shape the question (it is currently in the review queue here).