After diving into the history of the USA and the historical role of the Democratic Party we can understand why racialism is becoming a state ideology in the USA... and why it is not taking hold in Europe while feminism is. And above all, what these movements mean historically for the ideology of the ruling class.
Apple TV begins broadcasting the second season of Servant. In the first one, Tony Basgallop and Night Shyamalan tried to take that storytelling format we call a series in a new direction. The result brought them to the limits of tolerable representation within the current ideology. Servant was not only the best production of 2019, but it also showed the best possible way of telling stories... to date.
Racialism is not the only identitarian barrage being suffered by workers in the United States. In fact, the Democratic Party's campaign adopted feminism before it.
Why are racialism and feminism replacing movements for «equality of rights» There is a certain pattern in the way these movements expanded globally in the last four years. Feminism and Anglo-Saxon-style racialism share identical arguments and tools in their structure. However, while feminism has been adopted as a state ideology in several continental European countries, racialism is receiving, especially in France, a head-on response from the state itself and its left wing.
The original March 8 was neither "Women's Day" nor was it celebrated in March. What does today's celebration really commemorate and when did it cease to be what its creators intended it to be?
Alexandra Kollontai wrote about women's liberation and relationships, but from a perspective that had nothing to do with feminism and everything to do with communist morality.
The 8th of March, "International Day of Solidarity among Proletarian Women," was born in 1910 from the Second International, in order to promote the mobilization of proletarian women, an indissoluble and necessary part of the universal class and the emancipatory movement of the working class. It was originally a mobilization for universal suffrage through the organization of working women in the class struggle. Century and a bit later, it is something very different.