To get you started, my last interactions with the government have been:
- querying income tax -- not relevant in an AnCap society, and no fucking loss.
- submitting an income tax return -- not relevant in an AnCap society, and no fucking loss.
- registering a car I bought privately -- not relevant in an AnCap society, and no fucking loss.
- renewing the tax disk on my other car -- not relevant in an AnCap society, and no fucking loss.
- seeing my doctor -- not relevant in an AnCap society, and I've been to countries which only have private health care and I think they're all better than the NHS.
Of course, the most frequent interaction I have with the government is when they reach into my wallet and take half my earnings, quietly, efficiently and silently. I only object when I see how much gets pissed out in foreign aid, dole-bludging, corporatist whoremongering and lesbian diversity outreach co-ordinators.
The point I'm trying to make is that for almost everything I choose to do voluntarily and for my benefit, I have no government involvement. I don't look to the government for anything. On those rare occasions where I've had to deal with the law, they've been of less use to me than Tampax.
I probably break dozens of regulations or statutory instruments or badly-drafted New Labour laws or health and safety rules every day, but I've never harmed or hurt anyone, nor do I have any intention of doing so.
I'm quite happy to get along with my neighbours, I don't litter, I don't tag buildings, I don't shit on the pavement.
I don't see myself in any way as exceptional. So what, exactly, is the government giving me in exchange for all the money I give them? And how do you feel about the deal you're getting out of them?