Actually anarchism does have an ideological structure. The assumption it doesn't is the rest of the most common stereotypes of anarchists as "rebels without a cause" which us undoubtedly a false characterization of anarchism.
Regardless in the post you just quoted, I've discussed counter institutions which are practical forms of dismantling and rebelling against hierarchy while also building the institutions which will be present in an anarchist society.
It's also a false characterization of nihilism. Probably from someone who has never read Nietzsche.
As has been stated previously, we are dealing with a troll here, notice has been served.
In your dream world, you replace other paradigms with your own, " I've discussed counter institutions which are practical forms of dismantling and rebelling against hierarchy while also building the institutions which will be present in an anarchist society", do you actually believe the nonsense that you post, when they are but mere thoughts?
Seriously, what makes you think, that, the "institutions"
that will be "dismantled" & replaced by "building the 'institutions' which will be present in an anarchist society" are likely to escape self-destruction by
Supplanting one form of authority with another is simplistic nonsense, the Nazis under Hitler were in a state of combined anarchy & state order at the same time.
Replacing state control by an anarchical system of disorder leads to the breakdown of society through disorder into despotism, leading to another assertive force of order coming into existence to restore the balance, which is why your notions are complete nonsense.
It is a form of naive idealism that doesn't work in society, even in the most relaxed, remotest communities, there is always a degree of hierarchy or order, whether that is based on individual, family, or community status,that has been the case in the whole of human & animal history.
Being that is the case, further discussion on the topic is pointless.
Nothing "false" about my definition of nihilism or 'anarchism', just your own interpretation of them, I think that you have been reading too many(one) text book's on philosophy, which is way out of your depth, I would stick to the comics if I were you, they are much more suitable for someone with an absent cerebral cortex.