The more detached someone is from a role, the easier it is to turn it against the enemy. The more effectively one avoids the weight of things, the easier it is to achieve likeness of movement.
Comrades care little for forms. They argue openly, confident in the knowledge that they cannot inflict wounds on each other where communication is genuinely sought.
Misunderstandings are no crime, but if you accost me armed to the teeth, understanding agreement only in terms of victory for you, then you will get nothing out of me but an evasive pose and a formal silence intended to indicate that the discussion is closed.
For interchange on the basis of contending roles is useless apriori.
Only the enemy wants to fight on the terrain of roles, according to the rules of the spectacle.
All roles alienate equally, but some are less despicable than others. The range of stereotyped behavior includes forms which barely conceal lived experience and it's alienated demands.
Temporary alliances are permissible with certain revolutionary images, to the extent that a glimmer of radicalism shines through the ideological screen which they presuppose.