21 September 2008

All the same, you are interested in change

The constitutional state, in my review, does not exclude the changes being made in the laws when historical development demand them. For example, existing laws protect property. Anyone who possesses more property than anyone else should not have more rights, but the law gives him power. That is why it is always the strong who love the constitutional state. The need to change laws is always primarily the need of the weaker people, not of those who are enabled by the law to rule without apparent force, since their power is a legal one, acquired through property. It is true that conditions here and now are peaceful.

1 comment:

Sarah Palin said...

You, sir, are a moose-tongued anarchist.