I am sometimes asked by leftists why, if I reject the left/right model of the political spectrum, I criticize the left more harshly or more frequently than the right. I don’t know if that’s true. I’ve actually had some hard words for the right over the years, mostly referring to them as useful idiots for the military-industrial complex. However, it is true that I see that right as essentially being the losing team. The right is currently swimming against every demographic, cultural, generation, economic, and technological tide. Meanwhile, the left is a rising force, particularly the cultural left, which is being co-opted by the state and the ruling class. If you want your team to win the World Series, then you train your team to face off against the teams they’re likely to meet in the playoffs, not the ones with a net loss of games.
About the only thing I want from the political Right, from the most mainstream Republican voter to the most insane survivalist hiding from the lizard people in a mountain bunker, is for them to renounce the US system en masse in favor of dissolution, and forget about all this “Reclaim America for Real Americans” nonsense. A lot of them seem to think that the Supreme Court is their last hope, which is why I was thrilled to see the two recent SCOTUS decisions on DACA and LGBTQ rights. The objective is to deprive the military-industrial complex of its primary constituency.