The video was of idiots giving people trying to control our immigration problem a hard time. I've been through many such checkpoints and they have always been professional and courteous. I appreciate what they are trying to do.
I said I thought the 'ownership of self' business sounded reasonable, did not reflect reality and was a worthy goal. In any case, you "grant" certain powers to the authoritative members of the social structure in which you may (or may not) be a functional member, in exchange for the various benefits and protections that society offers you. You've received some rudimentary education and apparently have access to utilities and information that imply you are a member of some sort of social structure, whether you like it or not. Go 'off the grid' and no one will have power over you, but you will essentially cease to exist as far as the rest of us are concerned. This is a step you are apparently unwilling to take as you seem to enjoy voicing your opinions to the world.
So no ... I don't believe you (or I or anyone)'owns themselves'. It's a worthy goal (as I've said) but one we are actually moving away from rather vigorously. We are "slaves" of sorts, but in the same way that 'horseless carriage' describes a modern automobile.
He uses sophisticated tech (computers) which could not be created without **vast** civil cooperation, including many rules.
And he uses the very civilized cooperative effort: the internet. Which is the ultimate expression of human cooperation.
The very **opposite** of his "utopia" of total anarchy.
He is beyond hypocrisy into a completely new state of hypocrite.