Monday, April 23, 2007

I'll huff and I'll puff and fine you five grand!

A number of people have highlighted the fact that there are any number of ways—well, 266 ways—in which the scum by whom we are ruled can enter our homes. Jackart puts it rather nicely, I think.
But what is needed is a return to the principles of private property. Without privacy there is no point to property. Without property rights, there is no freedom. An over mighty bureaucracy is there fore inimical to this freedom we cherish. Property does not flow from the state, we subcontract the state to do things we cannot do ourselves, like defence from external threat; exactly the opposite to the way socialists think. State apparatchiks need to realise therefore that they are servants, not masters. We should have the right to tell the state to fuck off. With less power to intrude against our will, state agents would have to be more polite to get their work done, making the country a better place to live, work and do business.

Legislate with that in mind and everyone should be happier, except fat unionised public sector jobsworths in hi-vis vests who delight in the exercise of petty and arbitrary power. They should be boiled down and turned into soap - the only use I can think of for such people.

Private property rights are an absolute fundamental of a civilised society; that there are so many excuses under which the state—our servant—can come into our homes (and, in many cases, simply carry off our property) is deeply worrying. And fucking annoying.

But then these bastards have been building their totalitarian state for decades. A plague on all their houses, fucking politico cunts.

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