Comment: I appreciate scripture

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I appreciate scripture

But my focus was more on political economy.

So the use of the word "right" was clarified, and I can certainly accept that viewpoint - no problem. I don't see it, but if it is your viewpoint, and Griffins viewpoint, then I can see that it belongs in your viewpoint.

Back on the subject:

My question:

"Who owns the air we breath?"

God owns it.

OK, got that, and that is fine with me.

Then:

“Ownership means the right to control something.”

OK, so "right" is in the context of "God given rights" and not in the context of one Man giving the "right" by edict, or written order, or constitution, or law power, or lie, or threat, or violence, this "right" to control something specific.

Air

The context again:

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I put may hand up, I'm calling foul, or at least misunderstanding, and a failure on the part of anyone to actually listen to a voluntary socialists like, say, Stephen Pearl Andrews.

Take that sentence apart:

Ownership means the right to control something.

No, foul, that is false. The introduction of the term "right" is superfluous, so why add that word.

Either a person controls something or not, and that can be actually measured in fact.

A voluntary socialists might ask, as a challenge to that sentence, that claim, the following question.
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I put may hand up, I'm calling foul, or at least misunderstanding, and a failure on the part of anyone to actually listen to a voluntary socialists like, say, Stephen Pearl Andrews.

Take that sentence apart:

Ownership means the right to control something.

No, foul, that is false. Either a person controls something or not, and that can be actually measured in fact.

A voluntary socialists might ask, as a challenge to that sentence, that claim, the following question.

Who, specifically, owns the air we breath: give me a name.

The idea of asking the question is specific, not random.

I want a name of a person who owns the air we breath.

I want to get a solid handle on this ownership stuff, so as to apply those principles to human life on earth, and I think it is important to know why there are exceptions made by those who make exceptions.

In context, again, the Griffin person defines Legal Crime as criminals making crime legal, a given, an obvious, and accurately measurable fact, and then Griffin labels those criminals Socialists or Collectivists, and doing so can, or cannot, demonize voluntary socialists, and voluntary collectivists, all under the same criminal umbrella of prejudice, collectivism, as all those people are collected into one homogenous group, punished collectively, because the NAME is the same name.

Who, specifically, owns the air we breath, give me a name, please?

Joe