"The Right are winning – not because of their great policies and institutions – but because the Left is losing..."
"The Left is losing because the Left is fragmented. From this simple insight we might ask: how can we overcome this problem of fragmentation and in-so-doing start to generate real social power for the Left?"
"One answer to this question is to unify around what we are against."
Can we see the irony in this post from Mark Evans? "Left, Right, winning, overcoming, unifying around what we are against", all the while attempting to explore the problem of fragmentation.
Is it possible for us to see the already intertwined world? To watch of our (brain's) tendency to dualize, to divide into subject and object, then stand back as if we haven't participated in this process? Can we see this, moment-to-moment, especially when we are triggered, defensive, offensive, etc?
What kind of clearing (intelligence) might emerge out of this seeing?
(tried to file this under general discussion, but wasn't allowed, added to online meeting a bit on a whim)