You live in the richest society on earth, which has made the greatest advances humanity has ever known. Why do you want it <all> ripped down?
You are in one of the safest environments humanity has seen over the ages, particularly given the perils seen elsewhere during the 20th Century. Yet you deride me for thinking that environment and your right to partake of it is worth protecting with my life. Is that supposed to fill me with admiration?
You imagine a no-rules society would somehow be superior to that which currently exists. Have you ever actually lived in a no-rules society? Have you ever lived near one? Have you ever been in a war zone or a collapsed state?
I already referred to Stossel's bet regarding Gov't intervention; that's easily enough for purposes of that discussion.
I'm apparently far more of a realist than you - in point of fact, I tend to go with instinctual judgement plus experience rather than pure book theory. If you reject Stossel's bet, then look at it this way - both manufacturing and software development operations perform far more efficiently when decision-making power is placed in the hands of the lowest denominator, hopefully those of the drill press operator himself. Likewise, military operations are generally far more successful when the lowest-level unit has a clear sense of purpose and the ability to make their own decisions. Money operates along the same principle - I recently heard it said that we should think of money as an award which we give others depending on how much we value their goods or services.
Money is power cannot be overstated, though obviously devaluing money is an underhanded way of stealing power from others. Your claimed Anarchist belief effectively removes the very potential for a stable market which allows money to function properly and fairly.
EDIT - Steve ninja'ed me, and I don't have time to respond right now.