In my example, the society would determine the scope of property rights. Voluntarily. This argument fails.
Rights are not up for popular vote. If they are they're not rights to begin with.
You keep describing unlimited democracy when critiqing libertarianism. I don't think you know the difference.
Let me help:
Libertarianism = No initiation of force or fraud by anyone, even a supermajority. Rights are inherent, and are not up for a vote.
Democracy = Majority rule. There are no rights, only privilidges bestowed by the whims of the majority.
If you believe in socialism, what the devil are you doing here?