I've been a political activist all my life, I was going to rallies when I was an infant. I think I've realized that political activism is a good start, but that individual and community activism is far more productive. Growing your own food renders commodity price fluctuations moot, keeps the labor local, and benefits the community far more, as it insulates your neighbors from economic crashes. Reading the Conquest of Bread, and this is not a new idea. The method is there.
I have no patience for libertarians, union leadership or anarchists who don't have mugshots and a garden. If you're a keyboard warrior, I'm not likely to take you seriously enough to discuss politics with you.