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Is anyone else surprised that BLM led to more black homicides? What is the materialist explanation for this?


What's the causal connection to this? This is completely coincidental.


Reddit moment


MAGA fascists started killing black folx in retaliation for the Chaivin trial, that's what fucking happened.


Retard moment.

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Journalists have lizard brains with verbal skills, confirmed

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>The rentier state is a state of parasitic, decaying capitalism, and this circumstance cannot fail to influence all the socio-political conditions of the countries concerned..
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>You're living to yourself.
Unintentionally based.
>Even if happiness is fleeting and ephemeral that's why we act for these things in the first place
Sorry, who is "we"? Not everyone chases happiness, some people want fulfillment instead.



Literally the same thing you psued.


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>he thinks fulfillment and happiness are the same


Mods had to sage the thread because troons were getting dunked on too hard from a leftist position. Can't have that.


And just to clarify, a lot of what passes for 'radical left' in the west is, in fact, a reflection of imperialist parasitism in the realm of culture and the superstructure

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>We must unite for systemic change

>We must rhetorically perpetuate a million different fake identities which are all antagonist toward one another other

Why is idpol and the cultural left like this?
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>Complains that this forum sucks

>Does fuck all nothing to improve it

You are such a miserable faggot


Pretty much, miserable as fuck. The source of the problem is with the left itself and I'm nowhere near smart enough to come up with any solutions. All I can do is whine and complain, just like you.


I post original content. You comment. We are not the same




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As I've gotten older, I've gotten to appreciate the importance of developing a strong and healthy mind, body, and spirit.

It's also struck me that underneath actually winning revolutionary communism, there is a streak of vitalism - the valorization of strength, unity, and struggle.

Stalin was an androphile who appreciated the cultivation of physical male strength. Mao publicly swam in a river to demonstrate his own health to personalitycultmaxxx his way into the gpcr. Even one of his earlier famous quotes was a very militant, 'dare to struggle, dare to win.'

Does it stand to reason that any future dotp ought serve the end of inculcating, on a social scale, a similar individual honing of the mind, body, and spirit?

What's your line on esoteric gym bro socialism?
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I don't politicize working out. It's just working out, bro.


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Bro, clearly it does. I just don't think about it when I do it, as I'm not doing it for society. I'm doing it for me, and I don't need a wider political philosophy to tell me the importance of what I do. I pick shit up, and I put it down. I move my feet real fast, and I eat the way to make me keep doing this more gooder.


Couldn't agree more Op.
The hardest part for me is putting it into practice, though. I always get a good start and go for months and then some.life changing major event happens because our soyciety is fucked up and I fall off the wagon and go back to my old habits.

I've tried Buddhism but that just feels fake to me. Stoicism is promising but it's hard to keep up with because I work so much.


Isn't the meme satirical? Lol.

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Who was the first shit poster, and why was it Nietzsche?




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Have you ever seen a dead body outside of a funeral

Post stories


No. I've wanted too though.


I was jogging on October evening and crossed in front of a high rise right at the halfway mark of my normal route. There was a crowd gathered around an entrance, so I stopped.

At first I couldn't tell why they were there. Stop I briefly stopped to see what was going on. Right in front of the doors I notices a bunch of broken tempered class. Then I saw a pool of dark liquid that looked like it a poured down from above. Then I looked up and saw a body of a man just wearing shorts hanging folded backwards on a metal girder.

Not sure if he fell, jumped, or was pushed. But he landed on his back from high up on a metal support beam for a glass awning. His spine looked like it had snapped and his body was contorted in a grotesque way. Definitely died on impact. I moved along pretty quick, but other people were just looking at it. Was kinda a haunting think to see tbh.


Saw a bunch of them during a hurricane SAR ops. It never really bothered me, but funerals do. Live people bothered me more. Some of them were pretty fucked up, and some were downright delirious. We were also missing a bunch of specialists who were dropped at the wrong location, which meant we couldn't do rotary wing drops or lifts for a while. That hampered our ability to get things done, and I'm sure more people died from that. But you know, the thing that bothered me the most was a horse, not because I had never seen a dead animal, but because of the extent of its mangling. It had been smeared into the mud, and looked as if it was painted on, but not like a painting of a live horse or anything, but as something that was the facsimile of a horse, like an overly detailed child's drawing of a horse. The horse was black, and other than the mud on the edges, it looked clean, black, and shiny. We got there so soon after the storm had passed that I'm sure the horse must have been alive less than 24 hours before. I always wondered why people didn't take their animals or make an effort. We also found a lot of dogs. One of them came with us, and one other that we wanted to take ran away into the water. I'm almost positive it must have drowned, since there was no solid land in the direction it was swimming, but it was scared, and we never saw it again. Dead people aren't too terrible. It's everything around them that is terrible. That's why I hate funerals. Reminds me that I'll have to go to another one at some point, and I don't want to imagine who it might be.

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You have exactly 3 seconds to explain why you're not unironically an ironic nazbol

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>/pol/ isn't really a unified group that collectively agrees on anything tbh.
So what you're saying is that they're all special snowflakes?


No, that's not what I'm saying.

Considering that moderation is a lot looser on 4chan, it's much less homogenous than a place like lameypol.


>Yes there special snowflakes so you can't generalize.



You're right anon.

Everyone on pol is a foaming at the mouth racist incel.

Everyone here is a resentful obese troon tankie under 5'7” who doesn't travel.

And all blacks have a criminal record.

>tfw you generally generalize

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I've often found it interesting that so many people seemingly reject he notion that the earth is a globe.

For me this has two main political implications. The first is that it indicates a deep and growing mistrust by the public of dominant institutions. People assume that everything they hear is a lie. However this isn't really directed in any sort of constructive way.

The second political implication is probably a bit more controversial. It's that people are generally retarded. The implication of this is that the reliance on the masses within Marxism and the notion of democracy itself is severely foolish.

What are your takes regarding the resurgence of science skepticism? Does the growth of ladder theory indicate that the masses shouldn't be trusted to make decisions regarding the economy or politics?


People aren't inherently stupid. That's idealism.

People have been conditioned to be stupid.


>People aren't inherently stupid…. People have been conditioned to be stupid.

I sorta agree with this. However, if people can be so easily manipulated and conditioned, it still raises questions regarded the efficacy of democracy, since it's not 'rule by the people,' but rather 'rule by those who are able to condition people.'

Obviously, and ideal system would create the sort of people who didn't need (and would in fact be resistant to) constant guidance and direction. But that's ideal and far from reality today.


It wasn't really easy. Are you sure you aren't starting with a conclusion and trying to reach that conclusion by finding data that suits your bias? Look at the american labor movment. People literally went and died so people can have the things that are getting taken away from us today. It took 22 years for things to get to the point they are today.

The solution is and will always be socialism.

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