Notice at the end, it becomes harder and harder to stop large organized groups from just taking stuff.
Sapiens with an average IQ of 97 has a very difficult time understanding why might doesn't make right. It is a little over his head. A piece of paper that is a title or deed starts to become a bit abstract for these mental giants. We're the big group. We get all the coconuts.
Very similar to third world countries where the only law is whoever is on top owns everything.
I see this every day in the most casual conversations. As intelligence drops, people get increasingly fuzzy on what the rule of law is.
This has a great deal to do with the government paying off the debts of big banks instead of letting them collapse. Same confused, hazy notions of responsibility. We're the big group. We're not supposed to fail. The government must do something because otherwise we would go out of business. We're the big group and we don't go out of business. It is not permitted. Like in South America where all businesses are state-run to some degree.
Imagine hundreds of millions of people sort of squinting and moving their lips silently. Who owns what now? I don't get caught up in all of that labeling stuff. We're all sort of ... together in this stuff or something ... something. What have you and what not.
I'm telling you, the population of the Kwanstain has got a mad cow epidemic and it shows.