"How about a nice game of chess?"
- I don't want to deal with the kleptomaniac, kiddie fondling perverts in the TSA (See YouTube for examples).
- I don't trust American police (see YouTube and countless news articles for examples).
- HMRC are known thieves but the IRS seem to be even worse, based on cases of people I know of and the proven abuse of position within the IRS as exposed this year.
- Because I'm not American I know your government would treat me like a common criminal (even without any evidence) and monitor and record everything I did (digitally).
Since the TSA (or someone like them are not going away and I see the situation only getting worse, the quality of officers in the Police there isn't going to improve (not when the recruits have gone through government indoctrination/schooling), the IRS will still keep stealing from and abusing people (just like HMRC will), and the intelligence contractors that run the US's intelligence services will make sure they steer things towards bigger contracts for them I don't see it ever happening.
anarchists: I don't see this one per se, but the govt described bradley manning as an anarchist so that's why they think that.
I'm not sure if I understood the term anarchists in the same way as he meant it but anarchy has two main extremes. On one hand it may be seen as another definition for libertarianism where state has less control over the lives of the people. The result would, from the point of view of those within the state, this would be anarchy. They inevitably prefer a more ordered society they can control from the centre. The other extreme to which I referred is what these people hope people will associate the word with, that of burning cars, of gangs roaming the streets looking for a victim, the total breakdown of society. Based on the context and the speaker, I suspect he meant a negative meaning of the word. Aren't you glad the government is there to protect us from freedom?