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Comment: May I ask if you think you

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May I ask if you think you

May I ask if you think you can own something which you haven't the resources or ability to protect?

If not then doesn't this mean you must socialize the cost onto your fellow man somehow?

If so doesn't this mean that your understanding of property necessitates violating someone else's property?