There is no end, there are victories but there is no 'winning'.
The 'end of history' is a foolish idea whether it's articulated by Francis Fukyama or by an anarchist. Even if capitalism and the state were destroyed in my lifetime, it wouldn't be enough, they aren't the only masters that try to dominate me. Anarchy is not something that can be achieved on the sixth day, after which we can all rest on the seventh. There's never going to be a point where we can say 'it is done'.
The crux of it is this - while I think I'd be more free in an 'anarchist society', I don't think that complete liberation can be achieved socially, and I don't think it can be achieved permanently. I lean towards the idea that freedom only exists when we're actively 'being free' - when we are doing things that transgress external domination or have no dialog with external domination at all. Ultimately my freedom will always conflict with someone else's, and vice versa, so my struggle to liberate myself can have no end. Imagine a whack-a-mole machine - every time you whack a mole a new one shows up, which demands a response.
The game doesn't end when someone wins, it ends when your time runs out.
Edited for clarity/formatting/emphasis etc.
Oh and I better just mention that 'still being able to bomb shit after the revolution' isn't very high on my list of priorities.