> Here's why this anarchist doesn't support this scheme:
Well, guess what? Under the Organic Laws for the USA and the American common-law, you are free to do as you like, and nothing you said argues anything I put forth.
In your reply:
#1 has nothing in violation of the Organic Laws for the USA, nor the American common-law.
#2 has states nothing in opposition either.
#3 has some good points, but they have nothing to do with anything except human nature. None of what you say is argues against the fact that people are sovereign by way of the laws I put forth, or even no laws at all. Yes, it is true that there are less than honorable people in the world, and it is equally as true that most people will side with dishonor when it benefits them, and it is equally true that the extreme ignorance of people allows criminals in high places to get away with murder; but nothing you put forth does away with any of it at all, nor does it argue against anything I put forth.
Case in point: you don't even know the difference between the US (federal territory) and the USA (all lands within America). And it is this kind of ignorance that allows "Burger King" to roll over "native lands".
#4 is a bunch of complaints because your parents did not provide well for their children, evidently, eg, state coercion, genocide, colonization, imperialism, theft, hypocrisy, contradiction, metaphysical hokum, dehumanization, slavery, work, etc. <-- You know what this is a result of? Wankers and whores that don't give a shit about the results of their irresponsibility. If the morality of society demanded parents to give a damn about children, there would be none of what you cited. Every complaint you have is a complaint about the resultant chaos of generally uneducated children that were never provided or provisioned for, and were dumped off into the hands of a state to care for - which they will gladly put to use in doing all the bad deeds you stated.
But none of this is an argument against my point that: the founding laws for the USA are 100% in support of Anarchy: the freedom to do what you want, so long as you don't come on my land and destroy the efforts of my labor, or physically attack me, in which case, you will be held accountable, law or no law.