“The world isn’t dying, its being killed” In 2018, I self published Politigram & the Post-left. It told the story of a unique memetic subculture and followed their arc of radicalization in the wake of the 2016 election. Since that time, the communities outlined in my research have codified into three distinct but overlapping groups, broadly construed as Leftcom (Left-communism), the Ultra-left and U/acc (Unconditional Accelerationism). There is a big eco-anarchist hangover from the post-left era but most of the anti-tech rhetoric has been absorbed into a more mature and more comprehensive left-wing analysis. A strong emphasis is placed on the need to support indigenous struggles.
I really think you should perhaps also consider questioning them along different lines as well that are not explicitly political. That can sometimes be more revealing. Like for example, try probing them on interpersonal questions to better understand how today’s atrophied social sphere produced their political-brains. But try to be respectful and understanding about it, of course.
I believe much of “politigram” and all this “politicization without actual politics” is representative of a more general social recession rather than real, coherent ideology.