Institutional property rights is a myth? i mean it is just based on registry protected by firepower.
Pretty much. This is why people who moan about tha gubmint stealing from them are retarded. Without the government enforcing propertyrights at gunpoint you wouldn't own anything to be stolen.
Property is liberty
The whole idea is that you yourself would have the firepower to protect it.
Then you'd effectively be the state. That's why ancaps are monarchists in denial. L'état c'est moi.
This is what Russian peasants really
believe live. On the American frontier a man has only himself and a gun to defend his homestead from Indians.
Damn I've always thought it's based on a divine right but I guess it's just a man made decision to allow people to keep their property without some gypsy coming in to steal it.
Muh social contract muthafucka
If you didn't know in what place of society you would end up, as a richfag or a poorfag, would you still agree to property laws?
If yes stop bitching.
No matter how rich or poor I was I still wouldn't like it when someone would just take my shit without permission. Why are there even people objecting property rights? Do they just want to steal other people's stuff or what?
Sorry to break it to you, but those days are over.
Go finish at least one book on "theory of state and law" and you won't be asking such questions.
There have been many cases throughout history of absolute power without laws, but not a single case where law has existed without power to enforce it.
it's only liberty if everyone has property