was referring specifically to people who support restrictive laws and then in the same breath advocate for stateless societies.
anarchism is simply the antithesis to statism - it holds the state and other institutions of hierarchical power that stem from it (the police, etc.) to be inherently oppressive. therefore, it is contradictory to call for restrictions on what people can have access to (putting it mildly) and then claim opposition to the institution that enforces said restrictions.
(i feel like these posts don't belong in this thread, haha, sorry. also i'm not going to say publicly what it is that people can/can't have access to, because it's a pretty controversial topic)
edit: i think i misread your quote. if you were just looking for some general info on what anarchism is, then http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Anarchism
along with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchism
are good places to start. if you have more specific questions, feel free to PM me.