When tying a state to anarchy we are also tying every individual within that state to responsibilities and commitments. Anarchy simply means existing without a government, without rules or laws. With anarchy comes freedom, but with freedom come responsibility. What is also true is that not everyone has the power to be self-reliant; not everyone knows how to be dependable. Therefore when we fail to take our responsibilities we end up in a world with destruction. A world without rules, Is a world under chaos.
Take a look at the country Somalia for an example. The time their government, Siad Barre’s Regime, fell in January 1991, Somalia became a country of chaos. Somalia turned violent and hopeless, all for the reason of existing without a government, no government means no laws, and no laws means no moral boundaries. Years of lawlessness and violence has corrupted the country’s economic and social organization, leaving the Somalia extremely weak. The country suffered from extreme cruelty and insecurity due to competition between clans and even wars. Jeffrey Getleman says “Before the war, that might have seemed strange. Somalia used to be a secular place, where women wore skirts and men drank