The new moderate is the most revolutionary
In short, Yang seeks moderation against polarization. But after a closer look, I conclude he wants quite something else.
Andrew Yong and allies seem to advocate abandoning the basically two-party system (both parties stagnating), and building the USA’s future on a moderate party for those who want to get the majority positions of the public effectuated, with politicians who can stay Democrat, Independent, or Republican, but who are as eager, as most of the American People is, to seek compromises against the staggering polarizations of the last decade.
Their ambitions are a true left-wing revolution but tempered by their wish to follow majority positions of the People. I don’t think that the Gentile top 0.001% of Bernie is going to take this sitting down. Forward’s first task is to educate the richest that political stability will give them more money that will compensate for the money always lost by upheaval. Surely, they’ll sell fewer weapons and have fewer wars, but then you’ll feel and sleep better. And that when we succeed to fight climate change, they get to keep the store open and keep their money and not die when we don’t go extinct.
If I were Trump, I would say that I want to join them. Nice people to give all the money from the rich to the poor. Then, he will deny that any true Republicans are in it and label it a split in the Democratic party he caused.
Russia, China, and their anti-Democracy allies as Trump, Neo-Nazis, Fox News, and QAnon will wedge a really dirty, anti-information war.
The next US national elections will finally not be dominated by men and Whites. Also not by Blacks and Natives yet. No, the floor will be for Asian survivors, who think and work hard as Jews and know to build coalitions.
Expect an uptick in anti-Asian myths and violence in the US.
Harris, Haley, and Yang will finally make the US enter the 21st Century and international politics as an equal.
After Yes We Can, Make America Great Again, and Build Back Better, it’s high time for Not Left, Not Right, But Forward.