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I agree. But to be contrarian, you can't convince everyone to agree to your same notions of anarchism nor stop anyone from calling themselves anarchist. There seems to be no limit to the expansion of hyphenated-anarchisms to encompass any fanciful ideological construction. If you are against any of these groups you could say "these are not anarchists" or "i'm against these types of anarchists" or "anarchists of many kinds are among my enemies". Another attitude you could have towards that is letting others be even if you don't agree with them while keeping to your own autonomous intentional community. This dilemma is explored in this essay

P.S. There is a word limit on comments to avoid someone posting an endless post in a single comment, but you can comment again under yours to continue your thoughts until you're satisfied.