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That's just one sole "popular class", with the exception of the "the liberal small business entrepreneurs" and possibly some large scale cryptominers who belong to the other, not-so-popular class.
Again, it seems to me that the use of the term "popular classes" is just a subtle way for these self proclaimed "anarchist " and "libertarian communist/socialist" groups to extend the fig branch with a wink and a smile to the left-wing of the bourgeoisie, which is not surprising considering the alliances that some of these groups have already forged.