posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 03:20 AM
I see a lot of political concepts being thrown around on this topic. I think this debate should be a bit more fundamental to human nature. As has been
already stated, Anarchy is lawlessness. It is essentially self-rule. When has any person in history ever conducted themselves entirely responsible and
symbiotic to those around them?
Within circumstances of uncertainty or chaos (extreme Anarchy), people automatically fall into a mental state of desiring governance, looking for a
leader, for hierarchy. Government is not some evil word that somehow negates all freedoms, it's a symbol of mans desire for peace and stability; we
want to be ruled justly. The problem with governing bodies, is that we put our trust in a human. Any powers distributed from the collective into an
organized few, become corrupted and perverted; temptation. "Absolute power corrupts absolutely", that simple truth in all of its gradations, defines
mankind's eternal ineptitude.
In short, there is no hope without Good people. There was, and never will be any such thing, as a right ruling Government, nor is there such a thing
as a right-ruling of oneself. To further put the nail in the coffin, "right" and "wrong" are subjective concepts which only have a place in our minds,
not reality. In fact I would go as far to say that unless we think with a singular mind and purpose, life is a futile struggle against all odds. All
we can do is sit back and watch the inevitable events play out before us.
The only thing that keeps me warm at night, is my belief in His design; chaos included.
edit on 19-2-2014 by Aedaeum because: (no reason