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Apparently the desire to be physically fit and maintain a healthy body is rooted in white supremacy.
While such a claim certainly seems outlandish, on July 10, MSNBC posted an article titled “Why the far-right is really into home fitness. White supremacists’ latest scheme to valorize violence and hypermasculinity has gone digital.”
Joe Rogan, a fitness aficionado himself, isn’t having an ounce of it.
On the same day the article was published, he retweeted it with the following statement:
“Being healthy is ‘far right.’ Holy F***.”
A laconic but undeniably fitting response from the UFC commentator.
Rogan isn’t the only one associated with the UFC who’s had enough of the attack on fitness, however.
Rubin explains why he thinks so many UFC fighters are outspoken about their anti-woke views.
“They care about meritocracy. They care about working hard — that’s connected to fitness,” he says.
The UFC is also predicated on “competition, which is very counter to equity.”
And of course, the left is obsessed with equity — making sure we “all end up in the same place.”
“If a new trend comes out, and that trend ... lends itself to you taking care of yourself and eating right and not being reliant on the machine and not just sitting there with something strapped to your nuts eating bugs while you’re in Zuckerberg’s Metaverse, that’s not really good for them,” Rubin rants.
This really boils down to one simple conclusion: They’re trying to "keep you dumb and dependent on them — that’s really it.”
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