"But as Proudhon expands on John Locks labor theory of natural property rights, ownership as a condition of force is theft itself. Both protecting property that is yours via your labor and taking that of others do to their labor, require force."
Further garbled arguments. Force is a necessity for protecting property, as men will attempt to steal property. You don't "protect" your property with labor. You justify your claim of ownership by proving that you have labored for the property, but it doesn't "protect" property. An individual is justified in claiming ownership of property if he obtained said property under voluntary means, either from homesteading or trade.