"Chaos... isn't a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try again. The fall breaks them.
And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions.
Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is."
You're new here, so I'll try to explain.
You came here to proselytize. Nobody is going to change your mind with logic or facts, so why waste bandwidth?
And no one is under any obligation to wallow through the minutia of your posts or engage in some endless circular argument with you.
I'm sure that some here will, but I'm not into that.
If you don't like a response that you get, move on or reply as you feel like.
If you have a lot of time on your hands, try the following thought experiment:
tell us exactly how things would work in this brave new world of yours.
For example, as you drive to work, who decides to stop or go at an intersection?
If you don't like people telling you what to do, you certainly won't like a stop sign telling you what to do.
Who will build and maintain those roads and pay for it? The local population?
What if someone doesn't want to pay their share? What do you do? Force them at gunpoint?
These are just some simple questions.
There are many more significant situations that would play out very differently if there was no controlling authority to intercede on the individual's behalf or manage essential activities.
I don't think that you have thought any of this out and examined the consequences of your proposed society.
In my opinion, it's a very immature, delusional idea, and I've already wasted more time than I want trying to be polite to the newbie.
Good luck to you with your attempts to create your perfect world.
Read this. That should answer all your questions.
I would love someone to tell me how taxation is not theft How can you justify taking peoples money by force to spend it on something that they didn't ask for?
Government is not 'immoral' it is 'amoral'.
“The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn't get worse every time Congress meets.” – Will Rogers