Ladies and gentlemen I have bad news. Christopher Cantwell is DONE! His crying video has just destroyed him forever. He will never live that down. Never. This is very unfortunate since I actually liked the guy. He was great with words, great with rhetoric, and very very witty as well. Unfortunately when you show up in video as projecting a “tough guy”, you have to back that up. When you show up in another video a day or two later CRYING, it is over for you. Sadly.
I am now seriously considering disassociating myself from the alt right because of this. Pretty sure my new label will just be “independent Nazi”. I pretty much do my own thing and am not a fan of collectivism. Obviously we do have to organize collectively to get results. Unfortunately any group is only as strong as your weakest link. You can support the alt right financially, or by starting a blog/website like me. Those are fantastic ways to contribute without marching around and getting thrown in prison for beating a leftist, which would definitely happen to me. I have ZERO tolerance for “tough guy” leftist punks. I would lose it and beat the fuck out of one of those cunts. Anyhow:
Christopher Catwell starting lifting weights and (in my opinion) taking testosterone. Big Mistake! First of all you do not need testosterone or any type of steroid when you first start lifting weights. When you first start lifting weights you will grow like a weed without having a clue as long as you are eating like a “man”. It is called “baby gains”. You grow just by looking at a weight in your first two years of lifting. I have been lifting weights for over twenty years and I still do not take testosterone or any kind of steroid.
You will never learn how to lift properly if you start taking steroids when you first start lifting. How will you know if your gains are from doing certain exercises with specific rep and set schemes if you are taking steroids without lifting experience? You are just fucking yourself in the long run by sacrificing long term lifting success for short term gains. I put 30 lbs of muscle on my body my first year of lifting by serious extreme overeating. You can get better then steroid gains your first 2 years with “buffet” style of eating.
NEVER EVER get to cocky from lifting and “baby gains”. If you have been lifting for under 10 years you are not a “lifter”, you are a beginner who is new to the gym. There are guys out there who can bench press have your house now. NEVER EVER think that your little two year “baby gains” makes you a tough guy. Like the game of chess, lifting takes YEARS to get good at.