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amongstclouds wrote

By all means, alert the mods.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

yeah. You're not providing information, you're just trolling me. I don't take that level of discourse. I'm not blocking you, because you should be able to show-up with bullshit.

That's not activism, it's just adolescent nonsense. I'm not having it bud.

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amongstclouds wrote

Disagreement doesn't equal trolling. You're still doing exactly what you're claiming NOT to be doing. You literally have no room to be in this kind of space.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

This is what I wrote to the admin

TimmyCatChores wrote to falita a few seconds ago

I'm new and would like to know how to deal with attacks. I'd like you to look at my recent thread when you can.

I recognize the problem.

Basically in my experience right-wingers who troll discussions of psychology also don't make pro-feminist and anti-racist arguments generally.

If whatever a right-winger thinks is proper mental health in that forum, I'd just like to know.

Should I just keep banning people who piss me off?

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TimmyCatChores wrote

well that's authoritarian! wow!

You still didn't say a thing but gobbledy gook.

That's trolling my thread. It's an insult to me, and activism.

Stop with the adolescent bullshit.

Block me first. I don't take trolls.

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________deleted wrote

For someone who knows everything there is to know about child psychology, you sure are down on 'adolescents'.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

Block me, or I'll call your ass out now.

You don't know shit about mental health.

you're a phoney

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TimmyCatChores wrote

I take my words seriously, and I'm going to defend them against nonsense.

I know what I'm looking at. On Facebook I have control of pages and groups.

I recognize the argumentation style, and right-wing psychology. It's like mysticism. That's post-left and egoism, which are really just forms of right-libertarianism posing as anarchism.

They referred to mainstream psychology as Scientism, which is typical of right-libertarian argumentation.

On facebook I separated myself from right-wingers.

This is my first thread in this forum, so I want to figure-out how to deal with this stuff.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

I'm not here for adolescent banter. I need to know if I need start blocking people.

The shame is idea that "anything anyone says is true" passes for anarchism and social justice activism.

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leftous wrote

I think you're missing the point here.

We're all here trying to learn from eachother. If you claim to have complete dominion on the truth and respond aggressively to people, you're never going to be able to convince or teach people anything. There are ways to civilly and fairly disagree.

Although I do think the labelling of your ideas as authoritarian was unfounded and unfair. I also think your characterization of anarchist individualism is also unfair. I recommend checking out Emma Goldman's (who is an anarchist known for her blend of collectivist and individualist ideas) explanation where she describes right-wing "rugged individualism" as antithetical to true individualism.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

If you're going to write this:

"I also think your characterization of anarchist individualism is also unfair"

You need to define "anarchist individualism".

Why do you think your definition is a rule?

This is a problem of subjectivity.

The only way any one learns their identity is through the culture, we can only have our psychological needs filled by other people, and we can only get justice from the system if we act collectively. That's the beginning of collectivism.

Where does "anarchist individualism" fit in that?

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leftous wrote

I am not saying my version of individualism is a rule, but rather that right-wing individualism ("rugged individualism") is self-contradictory since it oppresses the individual. Anyone who actually values the individual would oppose it. So associating it with anarchist individualism doesn't make sense.

Anarchist individualism on the other hand values free association and self-determination. It opposes the oppression of individuals.

The desirable form of collectivism is one which acknowledges, and doesn't suppress, the individual. So in this sense, individualism can work in concert with collectivism. When the collective is all that matters, and the individual's ability to choose how to live is disregarded, it leads to oppression and harm (psychological and otherwise).

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________deleted wrote (edited )

Time to ban this troll, mods.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

Why would you demand they ban me, instead of just block me?

That's really reactionary.

I really want to look into who is policing me on my first thread.

I want to know what authority you have over my threads.

It's really toxic bullshit you're posting.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

You didn't say a thing on this thread man.

I wonder if you know anything about anything.

Can I follow you to see what you say about feminism and racism?

I'd like to know where you're coming-from.

If right-wing bullshit is 'good' on Raddle, tell me now.

Ban me, cause I'll leave anyway.

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________deleted wrote (edited )

Stop calling me "man". I can't ban you, I'm not a mod. You can follow me all you like. "Everyone who has a negative view of my behaviour is a rightwing racist anti-feminist" is shitty second-rate trolling. Stop.

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TimmyCatChores wrote

Tell me what I should know about anti-racist activism.

That's what I want to see. I want to know what you believe the function of anti-racist and feminst activism is, to anarchism.

Tell me how to do that right.

What is your interpretation of intersectionality?

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TimmyCatChores wrote

Fine. Ban me, if this passes for mental health support in this forum.

This is my first thread in this forum, and I want to know what kind of bullshit I need to put up with.

If mental health handled by right-winger, tell me now.