human: "I think opposing pretty much anything requires some sort of belief in the said thing they're opposing, or else it wouldn't make much sense as to why they oppose it, at least to me it doesn't"
i reject the monetary system and the legal system, not because i have some belief in them, but because they surround me, and i feel the painful effects of those systems in my life and the lives of others i know.
when i relate to people, animals, or the earth without law and money involved, i feel much more creative, joyful, playful...and when i relate through the systems of money and law, i feel more fearful, adversarial, constrained, etc.
my opposition to those systems comes from my experiences living among them, not because i have some "belief" in them.
thinking about it a little more....i'd say that rather than "opposing" the state, capital, etc., i feel the urge, the desire, to relate differently in my life than those systems allow, and i try to follow those feelings as i live. one could certainly describe that as opposition, and that in itself creates a binary...you either believe in something, or you oppose it. but i view my desire for anarchy as impulses. a bird doesn't "oppose" laws or capitalism...although it lives without perpetuating those concepts. my constant exposure to those concepts of domination and control doesn't automatically mean i "believe" in them just because i don't want to live by them.
i don't describe any of my life or thoughts as "beliefs" these days...so perhaps that has a lot to do with the comparisons of belief and opposition not resonating with me.
i like the question....hope to get around to an answer...