I know you have an existential fear of "what will happen if everyone stops believing in government". I know the source of this existential fear, because I also went to school and I also was told to fear the same thing.
Fact is, it is great business to tell people "if you don't believe in us, people will rape and rob you and your daughter". Especially to children, since they are too young to be able to rationally contest the lies.
If you want to have a serious conversation: you need to (1) set your fears aside, as they will prevent you from rationally deducing valid conclusions (2) set aside your impulse to discredit new ideas (which is obvious in your use of sarcasm).
Now: do you want to have a serious conversation or not? http://imgur.com/DEhIC
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