What Biden’s “Unity” really meant…

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1[uncountable, singular] the state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit European unity a plea for unity within the party unity of purpose opposite disunity.

To be honest, when I first heard their campaigning term I kinda breathed in in relief. I remember how Trump’s presidency had driven America apart. Later I would realise, even though I knew that America was already drifted apart and in the process of drifting apart even further, Trump’s presidency was literally throwing a nuclear bomb into a fire, that had already eaten it’s way up to the roof of a house. After Trump basically the whole city was gone.

1[uncountable, singular] the state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit European unity a plea for unity within the party unity of purpose opposite disunity.

And here we come to the term “Unity”. It was never meant to include all Americans at all!

Even if growing together was a part of the messaging the only growing that was spoken of, was of those who comply to the parties narrative. Conservatives have never been included, they never were intended to be included! This “Unity” doesn’t care about peace, about solving the conflicts the USA (and the whole western society btw) has, about finding compromises to get back together a society. It means to double-down!
It means to further deepen the disconnect between the left and the right and to collect those who willingly will give up their own individuality to enlargen the “hive”. It’s literally an outcry for the hive-mind, for all people to be the same in the only ways that count:
to think the same, to say the same, to fight for the same — the abolishment of the western society, the end of democracy and the uplifting of the government to a sacred institution (especially visible by the current activities of government, media and followers citing the January 6th incident as an attack against the sacred United States Capitol Building — religious terminology)!

Unity

1[uncountable, singular] the state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit European unity a plea for unity within the party unity of purpose opposite disunity.

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