Though I'm not a capitalist, I support free markets and voluntary trade. Though I'm not a socialist, I support community organization and voluntary charity. Though I'm not a communist, I support worker-owned MOP.
What I'm trying to say is that anarchism mean one thing; society without rulers. This includes political, economical, psychological or otherwise.
In a truly anarchist society, free from all authoritarian control, people will have the means to conduct themselves in any way they see fit. If they want to form small community governments based on direct democracy and 100% autonomy for all citizens involved, so long as there is no compulsion or coercion taking place, that is still consistent within the anarchist philosophy.
If people want to engage in communist or socialist type community organizations, so long as there is no compulsion or coercion taking place, that is consistent within the anarchist philosophy.
If capitalists want to operate a grey market consisting of voluntary (and mutually beneficial) trade of goods and services, so long as there is no compulsion or coercion taking place, that is consistent within the anarchist philosophy.
So instead of constantly bickering over who's theoretical socio-economic system is "best" and who is and is not a "real anarchist," why don't we face facts that once the state and crony-capitalist system has been dissolved, we will all be free to go our own separate ways and associate/organize with other people who share our own personal economic preferences and theories.
At the end of the day, we all want the same thing; "freedom from compulsion" as Voltaire De Cleyre put it. So instead of fighting each other over who's idea is better, why don't we concentrate our efforts on eradicating the state and tearing down the system of oppression that keeps us all down. - 1 hour ago