Everything-Voluntary.com | Legislation,” etc., is viewed to be inherently legitimate (authority) and obedience a moral duty. This rights issue can be dissected by outright asking the statist if “…law enforcement” have rights which no one else does, and/or if one is morally obligated to obey the law.
Most will immediately say yes, others will perhaps struggle if they are truly open to thinking about it, because that is essentially the belief.
But there is no possible way that police have rights no one else does. Where did they get them? Voting? People gave them rights they don’t even have by voting? This is, in fact, the belief.
Even if one were to say “rights dont exist,” then the state, composed of humans with no rights, cannot create them without magical ink. Read Entire Article
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