Anarchy is impossible
Let me start by quoting myself:In reality though, all "anarchism" means to me is that there is a general understanding that "the government" is just a big organized crime operation. The rest is a matter of the people organizing spontaneously to resist this (and all other) fraud and violence.
It is not possible for all crime to disappear. It will arise intermittently as noise in the pattern. And if it is not snuffed out quickly, it may organize. Also, the meme of "government" may never be totally eliminated from our minds, just as "religion" has not. But it has been attenuated, and will continue to be so attenuated and abstracted away, as we learn to see it more clearly.Anarchy is inevitable
When you have the awakening I spoke of before, the myth of government becomes just that, a myth, one that has an impact in the material world, but it is no longer a government for you
. The air of legitimacy is gone. Then you realize that we are always in a state of anarchy and it is a matter of fighting crime, without resorting to crime.
Anarchy is liberty
If we had a "night watchman" state that consisted of perfectly functioning robots that prevented all coercive actions, minarchism might work (depending on how those robots were programmed to define coercion, and how well they can recognize fraud, which is a tricky thing for robots.).
In the meantime, in the world of humanity, the best way to secure freedom from crime, which is what liberty actually amounts to, is for all of us to watch over all of us. This is the ultimate end-point of "democracy". The power actually in the hands of the people, the real, individual people
, not some abstract "representative" body.