@ American people
I have a question.
From where i stand, it seems like in your country, race and identity are manipulated in order to foster division within the working class. Which could explain why America has not transitioned into a social democracy yet, because subjects like socialized healthcare, employment security, public services, ecology etc transcend race and identity, and since they do, they’re not considered a priority contrary to race and identity-related problems.
Since the working class is divided, since there is a lot of hostility between some of its members, and a hostility that is encouraged by today’s activists of every political leaning, then it can’t unite, can’t define priorities and in fine can’t achieve progress on the social field.
So I was wondering if my perception was correct or not, and I’d be interested to hear about your perception and analyses :)