Find the flaw in this plan
Idea for a game. Thinking in terms of realism, is there any flaw in this plan?
1) Someone creates a set of laws for a hypothetical minarchist state – zero taxes, complete freedom, extremely harsh sentences for criminals, etc
2) They create a company which people can buy stocks in
3) The goal of the company is to buy an island and create a LARP’ing environment where libertarians can pretend to have their own state
4) They scout out fitting islands that are privately owned, and buys one of them
5) With the funds from the stocks, they build a couple of underground silos on the island – one for housing, with many “apartments”, and one which houses LARP’ing courts, prison cells, a hypothetical but non-producing gold currency factory, etc. They also buy a lot of long-storage food.
6) Many people “go on vacation” to this island, to LARP
7) The remaining funds are used to buy gold
8) Through underground channels, they are able to quickly buy and transfer a nice arsenal of weapons to this island, and declare it to be a new nation, which would never attack anyone, but only defend itself against any hypothetical invasion (this would ensure that there’s not much of a pretext for invading the island. Governments will of course want to do it, but how do they convince the man in the street and the average soldier that this is justified?)
9) Later, the gold-rich inhabitants and investors can come together and build a large gravity-based structure next to the island (like those supporting oil platforms), strong enough to withstand waves and attacks, and high enough to withstand tsunamis. On the top of this, one would built a flat platform, and divide it into private properties according to who put in the most money. And the places on top of pillars might be more expensive, since they can support skyscrapers, etc.
Thus, a free state is built. Thoughts?
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society