Wednesday, January 26, 2011

They are the same.

Just in case you ever considered correct the idea that The State, any State really, can be trusted with an unbridled authority over assigning property rights:

This (video feed) is really the same... this.

There really no functional difference.

Frédéric Bastiat probably said it best: "property is value".

When you see a State asserting that it is the sole or preeminent allocator of property, what that State is really saying is that they assign control of value.

No further explanation of the resulting Kleptocracy should be required.

No further explanation as to why this conduct should *always* be opposed should be required either.

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