[W]e are each born with a capacity for violence. Some more. Some less.

During our lives we develop that capacity. Some more some less.

Prior to the institution of property, this violence is one of our forms of wealth.

We trade our wealth of violence in exchange for the institution of property.

If our property is taken from us then we no longer need exchange our wealth in violence for it.

And we may now use our wealth of violence for other purposes.

We pay for property with our wealth in violence.

The source of all property is violence.

Natural law is a convenient construct of the church in order to obscure the inconvenient truth that the source of property is the application of violence.

Understood correctly, this means that natural law is an attempt at redistribution: to obtain the expensive right of property at a dramatic discount.

As such. Arguments to natural law are acts of fraud.

The source of property is violence.

– Curt Doolittle ( libertarians have fun trying to get out of that box. ).