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Wow, geez...

But now you have government! It is no longer anarchy.

"Anarchists"... please realize...

'The world is naturally, already a state of anarchy. Anarchy immediately breaks down into hierarchies, based on which creatures tend to most effectivly use force to their advantage.' - lawmanjed

Example: Anything can happen in the natural animal kingdom. There are no set laws. The lion tends to be the most effective user of force, and thus is the "king of the Jungle". But sometimes the gazelle gores the lion with it's horns. Anything can happen. It is anarchy. But that anarchy breaks down into hierarchies, like the lion usually kills the gazelle, not the other way around.

So if the question is... "Does anarchy allow for hierarchies?"
The answer is... "Yes, it is an inevitability."

The conundrum is that it is then no longer "anarchy", as in "w/out hierarchy".

The good news is, and the anarchists can take solace in this, is that all hierarchies are meant to fail eventually, in this natural state of anarchy.

Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?