Okay Steve, clearly you are delusional. I posted links to actual post-left @ texts, I mentioned several actual historical processes where socialists targeted anarchists for suppression, and I challenged you to provide even one example of the alleged "huge difference" between anarcho-socialism and post-left anarchy. By asserting that post-left anarchy needs to be "utterly smashed," as if post-left @s were worse than fascists, you have abandoned any remaining shred of dignified and comradely debate. I tried to give you the benefit of the doubt, assuming that you came here in good faith to have an actual discussion of ideas and strategies... But clearly you came here with a pre-conceived agenda of denouncing something about which you are misinformed and almost wholly ignorant (despite the easy availability of texts).
The meme of "the 1%" is perhaps useful as a ridiculously truncated populist slogan, but for anarchists it is absurd. The class-based system that ossified under industrial capitalism is run, maintained, and reinforced by far more people than that. Do you really believe that cops and small business owners are NOT part of the capitalist machinery that is based on wage labor (exploitation), private property, and a market economy? Cops and small business owners are certainly not part of the mythical 1%. You don't have to be "a hater of socialism" to understand that the 99% is made up of our class enemies as well as our class comrades.
The sad fact is that all anarchists are capitalist collaborators in the sense that many of us earn a wage, travel on government-built roads, pay rent and taxes, and in a million other ways help to maintain relations of exploitation and domination.
And just for shits and giggles, here's a list of anarchist writers I can think of off the top of my head whom I've read:
Berkman, Goldman, DeCleyre, Kropotkin, Bakunin, Proudhon, Shifu, Sakae, Malatesta, Rocker, Lorenzo, Flores Magon, Puente, Libertad, Christie, Meltzer, Barclay, McQuinn, Black, Zerzan, Ehrlich, Landauer, Muehsam, Gordon, Heckert, Sheehan, Kinna, Kostelanetz, Reclus, Brand, De Acosta...
I agree with at least some of what all of them say, and I agree more with some and less with others. Not sure what your point is about that.