So, explain how a government would be able to offer you all the benfits and protections of society if they have no record of your existence? Quoting: Anonymous Coward 885462
Answer: they wouldn't.
It appears to be technically possible to revoke your contracts with various governments, as you never consented to them. In fact it's been done, look up "rob in the page family". Look up the movie UNGRIP.
However, removing oneself from society may not be the best choice of life. Humans have banded together, formed sets of rules since before they could speak a language for a reason. It's beneficial to life.
Granted, some societies are overstepping their bounds, but nothing is perfect. I live in Canada, and as such about 1/3 of my work produces money which goes to the government. I'm OK with that, because in return I get roads to travel on, protection by armed individuals from others causing me harm in various ways, no-questions-asked health care and a minimum standard of living guaranteed when I retire, along with a safety net until then.
Sure my government does some stuff I don't agree with. Sure there are some rules in place I don't agree with. But overall, it ain't a bad place to live, compared to many other societies around the world. I'll take it over having to go absolutely everything alone, and then hoping my children will take care of me when I am too old to do so myself.
But it is nice to know you can quit anytime...