The state governs through division and exclusion. It is an identity constructing machine that establishes the border between those who belong and those who do not. For those who fall outside its’ rule, outside of the rule of all states, placed beyond any effective law, their fate is to become nobody, and thereby disposable. And for the global economy that is capitalism, such a fate is not without interest.
The answer lies not in extending state law to the excluded, for there will always be the excluded. And the manner in which thery are treated quickly becomes the norm for the treatment of those who belong, the citizens. What is necessary is an end to state law as what defines the limits of human community.
“No one is illegal!”, for all are a-legal.
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