LOL. I hope some libertarian goes to Somalia, and makes documentary about how great the somalian society is.
We should organise a reward for any libertarian on the forum (with many pro-libertarian posts) who is willing to travel to Somalia, provably live like a peasant in the city for 12 months, documenting their lives as they go with photos etc, then come back and tell us if it was great or not. I'd offer $100 for that.
Secondly, the article talks about, for example, how great telecomms is in Somalia - 9 networks offering services from texting to mobile internet. I wonder how easy it would be for a new small operator to break into that market - would the existing operators welcome the new competition? Or would the new operator find his telecomms masts sabotaged? Or high pricing for rental space on existing masts? Or maybe his staff threatened? No law = mafia-esque regulation of the market. Now don't go telling me the current (western) situation is not much better (e.g. oil, telecomms, agri, industries lobbying to legally protect their market share). I know.