First I want to thank you for responding. Your response is very well thought out. I want to push back, however, because I do not consider identity politics inherently bad, nor do I wish to further such a position.
In fact, as a conservative accelerationist, I think identity politics should be accelerated. I think this would be the most effective way to destroy liberalism and leftism.
I agree that I am saying that Identity and Technology are external things, as a radical materialist, I would argue that technology exists beyond the human. I also get how you say that technology is inherently linked to humanity, that all of human "concepts" are technological, but I simply disagree that technology is inherently human. Technology is, in itself, a thing that exists outside humanity, and builds itself outside humanity, like a machine constructing itself from its enemy's resources.
Thus identity is included in this, it is thrust upon the human because these things otherwise do not exist. The entirety of the human mind is fake, it doesn't exist. I disagree with Descartes.
I largely think that "circumstances" are not real, that humanity is not a valid epistemological subject. I'd push back on the idea that identity politics are not teleological. In fact, that's my whole point. Capitalism is necessarily the end point of existence, a teleological catastrophe. If identity politics is a result of neoliberal capital, then 'idpol" is inevitable, because Capitalism is inevitable. It is the ultimate result of biology, having been created from geotrauma.