In fact, there are many contradictions within the ranks of our enemies.
Some of them are anarchists. Some of them are Leninists. They may both hate America and want to see it destroyed, but they have very different visions of what would replace it – visions which are in fact diametrically opposed.
Most of the anarchist ranks in the US are probably ignorant of any history, even of the history of their own movement. They don’t know that for Communists, they’re useful as anti-capitalist cannon fodder, but after the Revolution has consolidated power … they’re put in front of a wall.
They ought to read this, from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestor_Makhno
From the introduction:
Nestor Ivanovych Makhno (Ukrainian: ; 7 November [O.S. 26 October] 1888 – July 25, 1934), … was a Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary and the commander of an independent anarchist army in Ukraine from 1917–21.
Makhno was the commander of the Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine, commonly referred to as the Makhnovshchina (loosely translated as “Makhno movement”). The Makhnovshchina was a predominantly peasant phenomenon that grew into a mass social movement. It was initially centered around Makhno’s hometown Huliaipole but over the course of the Russian Civil War came to exert a strong influence over large areas of southern Ukraine. Makhno and the movement’s leadership were anarcho-communists and attempted to guide the movement along these ideological lines. Makhno was aggressively opposed to all factions that sought to impose their authority over southern Ukraine, battling in succession the forces of the Ukrainian National Republic, the Central Powers of Germany and Austro-Hungary, the Hetmanate state, the White Army, the Bolshevik Red Army, and other smaller forces led by various Ukrainian atamans. He is also credited as the inventor of the tachanka—a horse-drawn carriage with a mounted heavy machine gun. Makhno and his supporters attempted to reorganize social and economic life along anarchist lines, including the establishment of communes on former landed estates, the requisition and egalitarian redistribution of land to the peasants, and the organization of free elections to local soviets (councils) and regional congresses. However, the disruption of the civil war precluded a stable territorial base for any long-term social experiments.
Although Makhno considered the Bolsheviks a threat to the development of an anarchist Free Territory within Ukraine, he entered into formal military alliances twice with the Red Army to defeat the White Army. In the aftermath of the White Army’s defeat in Crimea in November 1920, the Bolsheviks initiated a military campaign against Makhno. After an extended period of open resistance against the Red Army, Makhno fled across the Romanian border in August 1921.
Or in Spain, during the Civil War against the fascists there from 1936 - 1939 . The anarchists were a mass movement in Spain, much stronger than the pro-Stalin Communist Party at first. But the Communists had the advantage that their masters in the Soviet Union were supplying the Republican forces with arms. Their authority within the Republican movement grew because of that. And they were opposed to what the anarchists were doing in Spain at that time.
The most effective anarchist unit was the Durruti Column, led by militant Buenaventura Durruti. It was the only anarchist unit which managed to gain respect from otherwise fiercely hostile political opponents. In a section of her memoirs which otherwise lambastes the anarchists, Dolores Ibárruri states: “The war developed with minimal participation from the anarchists in its fundamental operations. One exception was Durruti…” (Memorias de Dolores Ibarruri, p. 382). The column began with 3,000 troops, but at its peak was made up of about 8,000 men. They had a difficult time getting arms from a fearful Republican government, so Durruti and his men compensated by seizing unused arms from government stockpiles. Durruti’s death on November 20, 1936, weakened the Column in spirit and tactical ability; they were eventually incorporated, by decree, into the regular army. Over a quarter of the population of Barcelona attended Durruti’s funeral. It is still uncertain how Durruti died; modern historians tend to agree that it was an accident, perhaps a malfunction with his own gun or a result of friendly fire, but widespread rumors at the time claimed treachery by his men; anarchists tended to claim that he died heroically and was shot by a fascist sniper. Given the widespread repression against Anarchists by the Soviets, which included torture and summary executions, it is also possible that it was a USSR plot.
The Wiki article doesn’t expand on this “widespread repression … torture and summary executions” of the anarchists by the Communists, and that’s not surprising. Most Wiki articles on the subject of Communism show the hand of apologists for it.