1- The initiation of violence is only necessary to continue the exploitation of most of the people on the planet. You can't force people into ponzi-schemes like Social Security or the US Dollar and then let them opt-out... that's bad for business.
2- That's why I've written the book.
3- I addressed that above in saying it's not so much a replacing of one system with another, as the dissolution of monopolies, without which, more natural and peaceful methods of living together would arise. Nothing about my ideas is Utopian, even though you have referenced it as such, because I don't believe there will be NO violence. There will always be evil people. The argument isn't that people are perfect (from my point of view). Evil people have a tendency toward state power. As displayed comically in this brilliant movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mugRSdjdMi4
Americans imagine that the State provides security, but it only does so at the expense of a lot of other people; most of whom are innocent. If the corruption and oppression were removed, so would be the illusion of security; then people could get about creating lives for themselves, instead of the lives the state allows them to have (on both sides).