Celtic Ireland (650-1650)
... taken from this: http://www.ozarkia.net/bill/anarchism/faq.html
In Celtic Irish society, the courts and the law were largely
libertarian, and operated within a purely state-less manner. This
society persisted in this libertarian path for roughly a
thousand years until its brutal conquest by England
in the seventeenth century. And, in contrast to many
similarly functioning primitive tribes (such as the Ibos in West
Africa, and many European tribes), preconquest Ireland was not in
any sense a "primitive" society: it was a highly complex society
that was, for centuries, the most advanced, most scholarly, and
most civilized in all of Western Europe. A leading authority on
ancient Irish law wrote, "There was no legislature, no
bailiffs, no police, no public enforcement of justice... There
was no trace of State-administered justice."
... as http://www.ozarkia.net/bill/anarchism/faq.html#part18
It's the ONLY answer and, as you can see, when I called it "new" in
my Norwich Warren Presentation, I had double quotes around the word
"new" ... because it's actually 'as old as the hills' ... AND IT'S
TIME HAS COME!
At the end of the day, it's all been mapped out for us, by the
number of 'real thinkers' in history.
All we have to do is to learn from what they've already said.
PS It was actually the Irish who 'saved civilisation as we know
it' ... at the time of the fall of the Roman Empire ... by
collecting up as many historic documents & artefacts as they
could find, and keeping them as safe as possible. Without that
effort we've probably have no idea what went on before the Roman
PPS Obviously the HOLY Roman Empire (Roman Catholicism) never
collapsed ... in fact didn't even miss a heartbeat.