Weather you're an anarchist, a socialist, a marxist-leninist, a marxist, a anarcho-marxist, an anarcho-socialistic, or simply a progressive, you're all together under the same ideology and the same outcome, although you may believe in different methods of achieving it. All of us radical leftists, whether we believe that an authoritarian Stalinist leader will save us by murdering every dissident, or that individual freedom and lack of government is the only way to achieve it, we're all striving for a classless society. We're all fighting for peace, equality, and an end to oppression. Most forms of leftism, including my own, believe that such a society can be achieved through revolution.
I've come to the sad revalation that such a revolution will never happen. There may me a coup in which power is usurped by people who believe in our ideal, and governments may change, but in the scheme of things, there will be no real change - the utopia we dream of will never come into existence, because human duality doesn't allow that. The individual is our greatest ally and our worst enemy. Even if we can eradicate capitalism, the bourgeois, and even the State itself, there will be conflict that no reeducation or revolutionary fervor can destroy. We can change governments, but we can't destroy greed. We can't destroy selfishness, - it's inherent within us, and any revolutionary knows that while progressive change is imminent, the revolution will never happen.