Excellent post. I disagree with this one conclusion,
"It follows from this that because all forms of "government", and all specific examples of those forms up through the present, operate by coercing the populace, and therefore all known forms of government are unethical and should be stopped."
A form of government that merely enforces NAP could be 100% libertarian in nature. I think most libertarians of any mixture are suspicious of the possibilities of a government that would enforce NAP and not grow. The commerce clause if out of control. The same human behavior that caused the commerce clause to grow would likely cause the enforcement of NAP to grow also.