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  • Yeah it would

    The government does a whole lot of bad things so why not just completely get rid of it. As a true anarchist i don' really think we need the government. I think that they do more damage because they have too much power. Anarchy would work better than them so yeah

  • Yes yes yes

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  • Well, yes and no.

    Yes because it will mean that dictatorship on a anarchist country will never happen and shows that the people have more power than the government.

    No because a anarchist would go bankrupt faster than any country, it would work for countries such as Somalia and Yemen. And the crimes would in the country would just raise up more.

  • No, no, and... No.

    Go visit countries that have fallen to anarchy. Go! When you come back, you can then post your opinion and tell me what you think. If your little first worldview hasn't dissolved and has been replaced with a little something I call common sense, then you went to the wring country. Oppressive government provides a hell of a lot more protection and order than no government. Anarchy: complete and udder chaos and confusion. Anyone in their right mind living in Syria or Somalia would kill to live in Vietnam, (which isn't all that bad, by the way) or China. Question: have you ever slept one for one damn night with the assurance that no one's gonna burst in in and kill you? Well so have I. Once you say hello to anarchy, you can also say goodbye to your sense of security. The only thing that keeps this little straw house we call civilization intact is government. Men and women must be governed. Sadly, we're born with the goddamn desire to screw things up.

  • Not at all.

    Let's take a journey through definitions.
    Anarchy: 1.A state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.
    2.Absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal.

    Disorder: A state of confusion.

    As you can see, if anarchy is something that will happen, confusion will spread, so will extreme, unstoppable cases of violence, death, tragedies, destruction, and many worse. The second definition states the complete absence of government and absolute freedom of an individual.

    Government: 1.The governing body of a nation, state, or community.
    2.The system by which a nation, state, or community is governed.

    To Govern:



    1.Conduct the policy, actions, and affairs of (a state, organization, or people).
    2.Control, influence, or regulate (a person, action, or course of events).

    As also to be seen, government is the force that keeps us safe by using laws and law enforcement (police) as well as medical aid (doctors, paramedics) and destruction monitors (firefighters, construction workers). Without these forces and without government, complete and utter chaos is unstoppable and most likely, almost certain. People could run around, killing whomever they want and causing whatever chaos or destruction that they want to.

    Is this what you want?


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