Private Property Is a Police State: Real Libertarianism Is Anti-Capitalist

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An excellent distinction between possessions and property. Property Is state-enforced control of resources, while possessions are things that are used, occupied, or controlled by someone. Thus, property and the capitalism based on it is abhorrent to left-libertarian freedom.

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A capitalist society can never be a free society — it takes the constant presence of violent force to sustain private rights of ownership over society’s productive forces and resources for billionaires and business interests. Property or liberty — we only get to pick one.
John Laurits, "Private Property Is a Police State: Real Libertarianism Is Anti-CapitalistPrivate Property Is a Police State: Real Libertarianism Is Anti-Capitalist"