I agree it doesn't sound like anarchy, just more anarchic than most current political structures. A state (or maybe a partial state) within a state sounds like an apt description. Maybe somewhat akin to an Indian reservation in the U.S.? It would indeed be very interesting to know how much individual autonomy there is within each community, and how much private property. How many things are there that don't involve hurting anyone else, with regard to which people living in these areas still have to worry about how OPFVII as an organization or those acting on its behalf might react? Can you decide to paint your house black even if your neighbors don't like it, for instance? Sell stuff out of your home? Carry a gun? Take drugs outside?
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))