A problem I see in the "left" is that we give up our power and voice to celebrities.
Also we hype up and promote people who are just all TALK and posture. People who have never been in any battle or real fight, but are quick to take up the spotlight. I feel people who are real warriors and guerrillas don't want the spot light, but they continue to prove themselves in fighting and self-sacrifice, they also have different roles, more in popular education and building our communities skill sets (to be independent and autonomous which is also low key).
Personally I feel people are smart enough to see through the talk and posturing eventually but it's the professional activist and white leftists who continue to give power to those folks, who seek celebrity status and other things.
These structures of imposed fake leadership isn't even something that is native to non-european people, we practice consensus and direct democracy.
Just because someone talks and postures like they're down for the fight (and it might sound good and all), doesn't mean they really live their life that way. Let's build trust with each other through real struggle (also internally).
In my opinion the more we democratize knowledge and build our skills the more stronger as peoples we will be and won't need these folks that are imposed on us by the mainstream liberal left and other opportunists.
Let's talk through our actions and show examples to our communities and future generations, how it is to build something, and how we can have victories won by fighting.