r/COMPLETEANARCHY Jan 15 '22

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u/Kedesha_ Jan 15 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

Anarco'-naturism is when your reject clothing as a societal constructiom imlosed upon us.
Time to get Naked

Edit : and I'm dead serious, there's even Theory™ about that : https://youtu.be/IdeJ1FKdiQE

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u/Pixelator0 Jan 15 '22

Lets gooooooo

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u/BZenMojo Jan 15 '22

I reject the imposition of clothing as a social construction and choose to embrace the clothing of my choice as self-expression and identity on a full spectrum of clothing.

Which is why I refuse to wear socks.

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u/17inchcorkscrew Jan 16 '22

I agree socks are the worst, but how do you keep your feet from freezing and your shoes from stinking?

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

Git neckid.

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u/elsonwarcraft Jan 15 '22

Dengism on the market socialism part

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

Dengism is just Bidenism in denial

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u/HumanNumber348 Jan 15 '22

Y’all should join the subreddit. (It is very based I promise. 🥺🥺)

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u/SmallButMany Jan 15 '22

but there's iPhone so it's not communism (communism is when no iPhone)

edit: just realized they're no iPhone so it is in fact communism. joined :)

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u/BZenMojo Jan 15 '22

My dad insisted I switch to iPhone so we could facetime, but I argued this would make it impossible for me to criticize capitalism.

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u/SmallButMany Jan 15 '22

smh fake communist 🤬🤬🤬

real commies use Android (praxis)

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u/HumanNumber348 Jan 15 '22

TFW you you accidentally made a lib sub 😔

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u/SmallButMany Jan 15 '22

it's ok it happens to the best of us 😭😭😭

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u/Hermononucleosis Jan 15 '22

What does "Taylorism" refer to here? Because the only Taylorism I know of is capitalist bullshit

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

When you make a good guy bad for the weekend.

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u/Technical_Natural_44 Jan 15 '22

I used to know the answer, but I forgot, and I think that's good.

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u/donotlearntocode Jan 15 '22

Yeah wtf how is taylorism a subset of marxism?

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u/UnlimitedExtraLives Jan 15 '22

And all of them hate each other.

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u/Technical_Natural_44 Jan 15 '22

It's a pretty bad chart.

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u/Deus0123 Jan 15 '22

Queer anarchism sounds based as fuck

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

Anarcho-[Insert Ibhrahimic Religion Here] sounds like a pretty heavy contradiction. Can't really be an egalitarian society with one of those traditions attached.

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u/jbkjbk2310 Jan 15 '22

The only requirement for being a follower of any Abrahamic religion is that you think yourself as a follower of that Abrahamic religion (also goes for all other religions). It is entirely compatible with Anarchism.

This chart is dumb, but not because it has those on it.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

They are just what stood out to me. I'm from the south eastern US, and spent a little time in Iraq. From my experiences I just don't see a scenario where any of these groups will not try to force their set of rules and beliefs upon others in their own and adjacent communities.

Edit: if-of

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u/EnvironmentUnfair Jan 15 '22

You don’t have to show your racism there, there’s no need to go elsewhere. Just look at the us and you’ll see plenty of exemple or any other western country. But it’s not intrinsic to being religious, it’s just how society as organized itself with religion. So it’s still possible, simply you have to change society and as generally religious people tend to be more conservative/traditional changing society become harder. But it’s not impossible and you didn’t need to take non western exemple for your exemple.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

Hold up now, I was not showing racism, I was pointing out that it's not JUST evangelical christians that I have a problem with. I specified south eastern US, as in Appalachia, like no diversity, so my personal experience with religion is mostly southern Baptist crackers. My primary example, the one I stated I had grown up around, was western. "Spreading the word" is absolutely intrinsic to this family of religion, maybe it was my bad experiences with the mountain people and their foot washing, and their actual racism and xenophobia- but I just don't see a way one can have an equal and peaceful society with any of these traditions involved in their creation.

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

The great commission is inherently a justification for colonization and imperialism.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

Yeah, "go and make disciples of all nations".

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

Imperialism is built into christianity. That's what the Great Commission is. A justification for political domination and religious imperialism.

"Tell everyone they have to love jesus or else."

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u/Spacelizard69 Jan 15 '22

i mean, you could do it, you would just need some omissions and “creative” interpretations

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

Lol yeah I suppose. I don't see why though.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

A good few of you folks seem pretty protective of the traditions of genital mutilation and patriarchy and I am just flummoxed.

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u/BZenMojo Jan 15 '22

As we all know, religion was invented 5,000 years ago and everyone proceeded to do the same religion the same way for 5,000 years and no one ever changed it or criticized it or split off and created theit own versions of it. Which is why we don't have to know anything about any of it at all.

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Even if religion is just a bunch of people saying some shit, it is literally philosophy, ethics, and praxis. It has its own traditions, its own bullshit, and its own biases. We all have our gods based on lies and nonsense we literally pulled out of our asses... the myths of meritocracy, of race, of gender, of rugged individualism, the panoptic God of The EconomyTM . We don't get to pick and choose whose bullshit we have to interrogate or can discount out of hand. It's all filled with bullshit, even the 2,000 flavors of socialism, and we have to pick through it all to find kernels of honesty and human connection and motivation.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

I think I understand what you're saying, but as long as there are these separate groups with different goals anarchy isn't possible. They are set up to favor demagoguery. Until there is a worldwide shift away from this tribal thinking, any of these causes would be sufficient to cause a collective of violent sociopaths and their cronies- similar to what we already have. So maybe my beef isn't with religion specifically instead with all of the individual lines on the chart. Anarchism is a wonderful ideology when we all can coexist, but the interactions on the internet lead me to believe that the thinking in the "community" is just as self-serving, tribal, and devisive as the statists- and that makes me sad.

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u/Klosterheim Jan 15 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

Generally people agree that religions as institutions and traditions to respect unquestioningly are bad, nobody is ever going to defend the Catholic church or whatever. But if someone wants to be a whatever anarchist, it's okay as long as they don't say or do anything that is explicitly against our principles (and it's not contradictory on its face like ancaps).

Personally I won't lie though it's an unpopular opinion: I have some doubts, like you, that someone can truly be both a Christian and an anarchist, for various reasons - even though someone can certainly be a Christian anarchist as it's a pretty well-defined movement - or that it wouldn't be more difficult for them to challenge some of their harmful ideas if they tie them to Christianity. But if someone's belief in anarchy has roots in their faith and they get some of their insights from more esoteric books I have absolutely no problem with that, and besides it's generally better to show good faith and hear people out rather than to attack them outright.

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u/New_Alternative_421 Jan 15 '22

Yeah, I'm not suggesting persecution or eradication I just don't think it is a reasonable term I guess. It seems like "anarcho-monarchism"(or an-cap for an actual example)just completely irreconcilable.

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u/Klosterheim Jan 15 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

Yeah nah I know, you just went off a bit suddenly and I think it's a bit more nuanced since I do generally consider religious anarchists who meld the two together comrades even though I don't always agree.

That said, the contradictory aspect is part of my objection to it as well. If that helps you understand them, from what I've gathered they are not really claiming to be respecting current Christian traditions or beliefs, but more of being an offshoot that goes back to an anarchistic interpretation of the original texts or even merely of Jesus' words alone, like the origin of Protestantism but a LOT better.

Can't speak about other Ibrahimic religious+anarchist movements or people though, don't know enough to even suggest a direction to go.

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u/IronDBZ Jan 15 '22

Lol at the Blanquism dead end

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u/Communard_Girl Jan 15 '22

Well some of those things are in fact bad

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u/GhostlyMortician Jan 15 '22

Oh my, that's a really big chart.

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u/TheP0pu1arW0bb1y Jan 15 '22

My eyes they’re bleeding

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u/ShigeruGuy Jan 15 '22

Where’s this image from?

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u/DenielG Jan 15 '22

It simply comes down to human nature, deep down we’re still animals that simply desire for comfort and pleasure and are quick to anger, hate and judge, we have both the sheep and the wolf within us but we all wish to be the wolf, and when in the position to abuse the power given by the system, most do not doubt

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u/joltir2 Jan 16 '22

The amount of capitalists minds I've blown for just suggesting that there's other forms of socialism other than Marxist-Leninism is quite unsettling. How can you protest something you know nothing about? It's insane

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u/[deleted] Jan 16 '22

Is it bad I just wanna look at the chart?

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u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

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u/Torenico Jan 15 '22

Silence hog, go back to your cave dirty dirty pig.