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ziq wrote

Left unity in action

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

It's exactly how the left will defeat fascism, we might not have brute strength but we have unity.

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CaptainACAB wrote

we might not have brute strength

Pfft; speak for yourself, I'm strong as fuck.

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Strength comes from solidarity, community, comradeship, NOT decadent individualism like body builders / anti civs.

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ziq wrote

wait wait wait wait - so after the revolution - gyms will be illegal?

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Bodybuilding is a bourgeoisie activity. There's nothing wrong with keeping in shape (I play squash, personally), but there's no way you can claim bodybuilding isn't hyper-capitalist and wasteful.

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ziq wrote (edited )

hmm so all the bodybuilders and muscle gym workers lose their jobs after the revolution? doesn't sound very pro-worker, comrade

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CaptainACAB wrote

On a more important note; body builders rarely, if ever, use kettle-bells; body builders lift for form/aesthetic and kettlebells don't break the triple digits in terms of weight (using pounds here), making them inefficient for long term gains.

They also starve and dehydrate themselves to emphasize muscularity and/or have a very restrictive diet; so, in a way, they aren't really as strong they could be; but strength isn't their primary goal.

Powerlifters lift for strength, but don't use kettlebells either; they primarily deadlift, benchpress, and do (weighted) squats, but these exercises have bodyweight counterparts that one needs no weight equipment for, leading to the next thing.

And then there's just plain strength training; where someone uses physical exercise to build muscle; you can use equipment or go weightless and focus on calisthenics, isometrics, and/or plyometrics. Kettlebells are included here; and they're inexpensive, though I'd personally recommend dumbells as they're more versatile.

NOT decadent individualism like body builders / anti civs.

Body builders aren't even the individualist strawmen you're painting them as; disregarding proper gym etiquette is frown upon and they freely share information for improving gains with each other. Look up the concept of "spotter".

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CaptainACAB wrote

Strength comes from solidarity, community, comradeship

Yeah.

From the various bodily functions required to exercise.

How are you to use a kettlebell as an improvised weapon if you aren't strong enough to lift it?

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CaptainACAB wrote

Maybe we don't need the kettlebell?

Well...yeah?

You think I'd be using something I needed as a blunt instrument?

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Why would you use it as a weapon? What are you talking about?

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CaptainACAB wrote

Why would you use it as a weapon?

I don't know any martial arts and you can't find big rocks anywhere where I'm at.

What are you talking about?

Property damage and harming police. The latter is always at the forefront of my mind.

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

This is ableist.

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Fool wrote

How so? Please explain.

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monster_trucker wrote

not going to call it ableist but it's another spinoff of the tired "virgin vs chad" meme

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Fool wrote

Virgin vs Chad states the dichotomy explicitly.

For this you're just seeing your own preconceptions creating the oppressive dichotomy.

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Tanned able-bodied body builder Adonis who hates civilization and loves fascism is presented as the ideal while weak pale sickly long haired femboys who value civilization and communism are presented as undesirable.

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CaptainACAB wrote

Wooooow, so just because in this instance a man of color is presented as more desirable than white men, there's gotta be something wrong with it, huh?

Ngl, your transparent white fragility is disgusting.

My mans is out here living his best life, chilling in the park while the two inconsiderate fucks in the back refuse to social distance or wear masks.

See, I can play this game, too, but better.

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Fool wrote

Like I said, you're creating the conceptions yourself, and none of that is ableist.

Are you being ableist by saying that the lifestylist couldn't have a disability? They have something around their face, are they a burn victim?

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kinshavo OP wrote

Your criticism is coming from bad faith or trolling (maybe you are a Vaush Stan teen idk).

Besides the obvious inventions about the interpretation of the meme when you tried to came up with the false correlation of anticiv and fascism/individualism, I can say that this kind of meme is problematic at some degree as they evoke the same Chad against Incel dichotomy.

But anyways, you are just a troll in the best case, so be rested, more meme dumps are coming

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Your username is a reference to white colonists 'going native' lol.

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kinshavo OP wrote

Better going native than killing and raping and enslaving, right?

Sometimes you talk like a Tankie, and sometimes you talk like a Liberal, is this the Vaush Pendulum?

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

Enjoy running away to croatan while the rest of us work to build a better society, wildebeest.

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kinshavo OP wrote

Do you mind we coming once a year to take your surplus that you will gave out of pity (I heard you socialist are sympathetic to native people enough to donate food)

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

But you're not a native people, you're a white colonist who joined the natives because you didn't want to work...

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kinshavo OP wrote

Are sharing your food or not?

I think you are racist

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MarxistKropotkinistVaush wrote

I don't share anything with people who refuse to work.

I'm not racist, I literally date black women.

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mima wrote

"I'm not homophobic, I have gay friends"

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kinshavo OP wrote

I'm not racist, I literally date black women

Lol, how long until you play this fallacious whitey argument

people who refuse to work

We refuse to work for your Civilization, but do you think we spend the day smokin and taking drugs having sex and eating fruit from the tree? (Well we might do that too , but it's besides my point)

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roanoke9 wrote

Say you haven't read the book pictured without saying it.

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