My answer is going to be brief, and we can flesh it out in comments if necessary. I am both someone who identifies with post-left strains of anarchy and who feels (sometimes shifting) affinities with the insurrecto- and nihilist tendencies of recent years.I think for me where I come to be critical of I@ is where it becomes almost like an activist project. When we (and I will include myself in this), come to look at skirmishes and street battles as the most important thing, and that important thing becomes the only thing we value.Luckily, I know a lot of folks who dip their toe in the insurrectionist pool who are also wary of this, and that is where I tend to find people I agree with.You might also be interested in checking out the 2014 BASTARD Chronicles. that year the theme of the BASTARD Conference was "Social War," and while most of the presentations came from a somewhat pro-social war perspective, there are some critiques (in particular Aragorn!'s thesis in the debate with William Gillis.