lunes, enero 04, 2016

To stop working-class whites from killing themselves, Will USA embrace TAA's systemic civilization in 2016?

Fareed Zakaria's opinion piece America’s self-destructive whites, on The Washington Posts, starts like this:

Why is Middle America killing itself? The fact itself is probably the most important social science finding in years. It is already reshaping American politics. The Post’s Jeff Guo notes that the people who make up this cohort are “largely responsible for Donald Trump’s lead in the race for the Republican nomination for president.” The key question is why, and exploring it provides answers that suggest that the rage dominating U.S. politics will only get worse.

And then ends this way:
The United States is going through a great power shift. Working-class whites don’t think of themselves as an elite group. But, in a sense, they have been, certainly compared with blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans and most immigrants. They were central to America’s economy, its society, indeed its very identity. They are not anymore. Donald Trump has promised that he will change this and make them win again. But he can’t. No one can. And deep down, they know it.
With the difference that "the rage dominating U.S. politics will only get" better, here is a potential alternative why that's above current anti-politics! Based on the post As The Great Decoupling is driven by TNA anti-systems, What about TAA in systemic civilization?, which is an integral part of this post, a reinterpretation of Zakaria's opinion is that America in general, and its working-class whites in particular, might be driven by a TNA anti-system. Is such a great power shift in the United States begging for the TAA in systemic civilization? Will such shift happen during 2016 to stop working-class whites from killing themselves?