(Upvoted for first class troll bait.)
As far as i know, the wobblies _used_ to be anarachists (way back when).
As one among a number of radical unions, they went where they weren't welcome, and were as often attacked by cops as by company thugs. Their comrades were locked away on false charges, and murdered with impunity. "An attack on one is An Attack against us all." If a wobblie wound up in hospital, more often a couple of company men would wind up face down in the river. And the funeral marchs for the fallen would number tens of thousands, men women and children clogging the streets, while the cops hid in the alleys for their own safety.
And that, i think, is what marked the wobblies for our admiration, they didn't respect the laws or the governments, they viewed this conflict as a temporary beachhead before we all stomped the bastards into history.
Then the industrialists and the governments and the domesticated unions conspired to break the radical unions, of which the wobblies were one but not the only.
Now, they have cool t-shirts.
(And say they aren't anarchists anymore - and i believe them.)
There is a theory that every organization has a useful lifespan, be it in days or decades, beyond which the sole purpose of the organization becomes the continued existence of said organization. It is well past time to put the One Big Wobbly out of its misery. (We'll keep the t-shirts though.)