Do you suppose that everyone views anarchism in the same manner? This site alone adequately evidences the differences in perspective that people bear on the subject. If the idea of anarchism somehow existed in a pure, distilled form, then why allow for multiple answers? Maybe we could establish one person as an Authority on the subject, and everyone could just direct their questions to them.
Your response confuses me a great deal. You manage a space for individuals to respond to questions about the same subject, and the space contains little infrastructure to discourage a variety of responses. If our individual perspectives will invariably affect our writings, I see no reason to exclude our personal contexts from the thoughts we share. For instance, I regularly find myself thinking about autonomous education models. If I wrote and circulated a paper detailing the positive impacts of Unitierra in Oaxacan communities and, in it, asserted that we should adopt the exact same model for my neighborhood in Oakland, I would receive endless amounts of criticism and little support. If I instead point out that Unitierra helps develop individuals towards meeting identified long-term needs within their communities, I can begin a discourse to identify the needs that seem apparent to those in my own community. Having reevaluated our needs together, we can then determine what infrastructure, educational and otherwise, we must develop in order to meet those needs ourselves. We do not necessarily need to provide graphic information, as I have shared my location, about our identities in order to make our points, but I think that we should explain why we personally support the assertions we make.
In short, I believe that, by taking context into account, we would not so enable ourselves towards making generalizations. Having found the extent to which we can mutually relate to an idea, we can enter into objective discourse without making assumptions about what others mean or about what they will infer from our statements.
(Edited to complete a fragment.)