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ziq wrote (edited )

Yeah. A house can be personal property too, but not when it's on stolen land in an occupied country like in this case - Then it qualifies as private property because it's a luxury afforded to invaders while millions of indigenous are denied access to their own land and have to struggle to survive.

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JoeMemo wrote

There's even a case to be made that all Europeans are colonialists since they directly benefit from their government's colonialism overseas.