You might like Bordiga more than you think. Pancake man's tendency is just a more extreme form of anarchism, but Bordiga is sorta the opposite. They certainly don't agree on anything. Any leftcom would slap me for calling bordigism a "more extreme form of Marxism-Leninism" but if you are going off of laymans definitions it's kind of true. His position can be summarized as revolutionary totalitarianism: or being for an invariant program of the communist party, which seeks to establish a complete dictatorship of the proletariat based.
For councilcoms, the problem with ML is that it is "too authoritarian" which is infantile bullshit. For Bordiga, the problem with ML is that it advocates united front tactics which are class collaborationist, that it is too wedded to democracy, and that it's economic policies in the countries where it was applied didn't go far enough in terms of asserting centralized control over the economy.