I am curious about the anarchist position and have a few questions if you wouldn't mind answering.
1. Does Anarchism have some sort of insurance policy against corruptibility?
Some examples in order to clarify myself: The American Founding Fathers created what many would consider a right-libertarian dream society but now it has become rife with corruption thanks to people finding loopholes in the Constitution (as well as the blind faith in it) and waving of the bloody shirt next to an American Flag to make the public ignore any sort of offense against their rights. The vast "communist" revolutions (Cuba, USSR, China, Vietnam, etc) were all founded upon creating a society where there would be no more exploitation of certain groups of people but these societies ended up being about the same thing they had before but with a different flags and colors to give a different aesthetic to it.
2. Is the major goal of Anarchism total freedom or total equality?
3. If we were to go to an Anarchist system of rule then what would stop one commune from gobbling up the inferior communes that either weren't as strong, smart, or have as many resources as they do. I have always imagined charismatic leaders convincing their communes to go militant on a nearby communes and then starting a chain reaction until new countries formed.
4. How are you going to tackle the prejudices in society that produce inequality such as racism, sexism, nationalism, etc. People are going to have pride in idiotic things such as skin color or what area they claim to belong to and look down on those that aren't born into the same circumstances as they are.