Yep, and that “information” is the same rationales and logical fallacies that the Marxists use when trying to tell us how communism can actually work. They paint a utopian picture that ignores inconvenient inevitabilities.There's a lot of information about how Might Makes Right isn't the ultimate in human interactions in An/Cap society here:
The Not So Wild, Wild West | Terry Anderson, P.J. Hill
... And it was originally published just down the river from me at the University of Montana
In Anarcho-capitalism, we all own what we own, with no societal security in it. When someone trespasses against our rightful property, our only recourse for justice is to take it back ourselves. If the powerful trespasses against the weak, the only redress the weak have is to build a Union more powerful than the one behind the trespasser.
Just as Marxism and Oligarchy/Monarchy shortly distills down to a single point of hyper-centralized power dictating the rules to everyone else, anarchy, in any of its forms, results in the accrual of power in one central point.
You take my saw, so me and my buddy come to get it back. You see us coming, and get three of your buddies to come to your aid. The village we live in see this developing and rush to my side to see right done, so you make a deal with the city to support you. I go gather together two cities worth of torch and pitchfork carriers, and, within a few weeks, a king is anointed to decide which one of us gets to keep my saw.
The king sees it’s a better saw than the one he had, so he grants it to himself… for the good of all.
Our original form of government was about as close as one can get to the flame of anarchy without falling onto the water slide that takes it immediately back to Monarchy/Oligarchy/Communism.