To Rick Kelo we are all born with a basic understanding that initiating violence is inherently wrong. So when the question of how to best organize a society where many people have to function together this topic comes to the fore-front. Fundamentally we can either organize a society along the peaceful lines where people interact voluntarily, or along the violent lines where interactions are forced.
Do we force the cake baker to make a cake for a wedding he disagrees with, or do we not force him?
Richard Kelo's answer is not to use force.
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That's how private property rights work Rick Kelo teaches. Capitalism is based on private property & does not require violence, it only requires you not initiate thievery / violence and that a police force protecting private property exists to deal with those thieves who do initiate violence. Now compare that to the robber in the above example (who was the Socialist). The Socialist must steal & violate property rights in order to implement his theft-based system.