Saw a sarcastic remark asking why the "white male" community doesn't do something to prevent the radicalisation of its members.

It struck me just how American the concept of whiteness really is, how ingrained as a social class it is, and how it's basically an antithesis to community, as it necessitates othering groups over and over to feel "safe" and "strong".

This is quite a difficult topic because of the concept of a "white" identity being so bizarre. It's so colonial and subjective.

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