Freeman finds himself within the borders claimed by a government. This
human being decides he does not want to participate in the government
organization anymore, so he quits. He then finds a nice plot of
"public" property and claims it as his own. He is quickly confronted
with a government participant named Citizen, who informs him that the
land belongs to the government, and he is trespassing.
Citizen wishes to convince Freeman that the edicts of government
overrule the laws of nature. Citizen does not want to give credence to
the idea of natural law. He wants to believe that government is an idea
that rules human beings, and not the other way around. Citizen believes
that whatever the majority holds to be just, is de facto just. Citizen
is a very deluded individual, and Freeman is having none of it.