not needing "God" as a guiding judge would also mean no need for the state nor the formal law system or any other variation of central power...
This assertion is a non sequitur. Not needing "God" does not preclude needing a state or formal law system.
The need for a state a/o formal law systems can arise simply out of necessity for such. "God" as a guiding judge is unnecessary in that scenario.
right, needin god is needing another that can handle everything instead of u, that is why usually who mean to keep callin god are subjects that enjoy having fun as constant way of existing
but who doesnt need a god bc they enjoy being responsable of their moves in life for dealin with objective existence as being truly present
those subjects or more real individuals would constantly look up to realize objective conceptions of everything positive in the need to free themselves from what they already know in order to keep moving on right
this is how western civilisations that broke its kind of reference to god, witness the need to multiply legislations for living rights and objective values protections
while the oriental civilisation still based on believing god, exist always in such archaic ways without order nor laws, where everyone seem to enjoy that god do everything even their language is primitive