is the prettiest pony~
Everyone is fine with the government until they have negative dealings with them. The American prison system is so incredibly barbaric and wicked that it really will make you question your society a lot more should you research it. The insane asylums of old were/still are? even worse. "The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky... which really sums up my feelings exactly.
Even worse is Gitmo. We think of ourselves as the good guys but the stuff that goes on there will quickly dispel those notions, especially when some people there are completely innocent, merely associated with the wrong people at the wrong time. And that's not to mention the horrible wars and secret experiments the society has been involved with... but as laypeople, it is much easier just to suppress that knowledge and focus on the good of our great nation. But can you really whiteout that much evil with some good deeds?
I actually spent a few good months living in the mountains ironically enough, sleeping in a tent in the woods and emerging into town to work and for supplies. It is quite a life-changing experience, and makes you have a very different view on nature. People sometimes romanticize nature, but if you have to live in the wilderness, you will quickly have mixed feelings on it. Sure the beauty and freedom is great, but there's a lot of evil inherent in nature that will sicken you. I saw some animals killing and eating other creatures and there's nothing peaceful about that. Neither is the injustice of illness and starvation, but despite that, you really cannot beat the clean air and fresh breeze on your face, nor the stars and the trees.
We will one day I think transcend the laws of physics and even change them. We already can fly when we shouldn't be able to as a species without legs... heck we can leave our atmosphere and enter space and live in there for extended periods of time thanks to our wonderful technology. I don't think it is impossible to literally change the laws of reality with significantly advanced technology... anything is possible with science.
Who the hell is "we"? Society is rapidly advancing towards these exciting futures, but you obviously don't want to be a part of any of it. Without any of the safeties living in a governed nation provides, nobody would be able to advance technology past "making a pointier stick than my neighbor". You're cherrypicking the ugly parts of civilization while bragging about how awesome technology is a paragraph later. Do you even know what you want, or are you just rambling and making up these long-winded rants as you go?