Gees Lark...sober up - you're rambling.
"...great socialists and anarchists like Max Stiner..."
You mean this Max Stirner?
"I secure my freedom with regard to the world in the degree that I make the world my own, 'gain it and take possession of it' for myself, by whatever might, by that of persuasion, of petition, of categorical demand, yes, even by hypocrisy, cheating, etc.; for the means that I use for it are determined by what I am. Property, is what is mine."
[quoted from a book review]
Or perhaps this Max Stirner:
"Thus the communists affirm that the earth belongs rightfully to him who tills it, and its products to those who bring them out. I think it belongs to him who knows how to take it, or who does not let it be taken from him, does not let himself be deprived of it, or who does not let it be taken from him, does not let himself be deprived of it. If he appropriates it, then not only earth, but the right to it too, belongs to him. This is egoist right: it is right for me, therefore it is right."
[The Ego and Its Own - from Anarchism, Left, Right, and Green p.96]
Sounds like a pretty good philosophy....for a fascist.