All someone really needs to know about the bizarre globalist-communist alliance is that the more diverse a work force is, the less likely they are to try and form a union.
It's done all the time, and was done in history, too, during the times of early immigration:
At the time, the United Mine Workers of America had just elected John L. Lewis as their president. During this period, miners worked long hours in unsafe and dismal working conditions, while being paid low wages. Adding to the hardship was the use of coal scrip by the Stone Mountain Coal Company, because the scrip could only be used for those goods the company sold through their company stores. A few months before the battle at Matewan, union miners in other parts of the country went on strike, receiving a full 27 percent pay increase for their efforts. Lewis recognized that the area was ripe for change, and planned to organize the coal fields of southern Appalachia. The union sent its top organizers, including the famous Mary Harris "Mother" Jones. Roughly 3000 men signed the union's roster in the Spring of 1920. They signed their union cards at the community church, something that they knew could cost them their jobs, and in many cases their homes. The coal companies controlled many aspects of the miners' lives. Stone Mountain Coal Corporation fought back with mass firings, harassment, and evictions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of ... oal_miners
Did the Progressive reforms succeed in doing what they intended- stabilize the capitalist system by repairing its worst defects, blunt the edge of the Socialist movement, restore some measure of class peace in a time of increasingly bitter clashes between capital and labor? To some extent, perhaps. But the Socialist party continued to grow. The IWW continued to agitate. And shortly after Woodrow Wilson took office there began in Colorado one of the most bitter and violent struggles between workers and corporate capital in the history of the country.
This was the Colorado coal strike that began in September 1913 and culminated in the "Ludlow Massacre" of April 1914. Eleven thousand miners in southern Colorado, mostly foreign-born-Greeks, Italians, Serbs-worked for the Colorado Fuel & Iron Corporation, which was owned by the Rockefeller family. Aroused by the murder of one of their organizers, they went on strike against low pay, dangerous conditions, and feudal domination of their lives in towns completely controlled by the mining companies. Mother Jones, at this time an organizer for the United Mine Workers, came into the area, fired up the miners with her oratory, and helped them in those critical first months of the strike, until she was arrested, kept in a dungeon like cell, and then forcibly expelled from the state.
When the strike began, the miners were immediately evicted from their shacks in the mining towns. Aided by the United Mine Workers Union, they set up tents in the nearby hills and carried on the strike, the picketing, from these tent colonies.
Zinn, _People's History of the United States_, p. 261
it was organised collective warfare and its effects on reproductive success outcomes that supercharged the evolution of our intelligence
By *this* logic, *disease* should have an enormous effect on human evolution, as well, but you're not mentioning *that* -- it's sheer chauvinism on your part, in reality.
My understanding is that people were healthier and more vital the closer they were to *volcanic rifts* in the geography, due to the negative-ion emissions from the volcanic rock, and it looks as though *magnetism* there also added to health.
The modern tendency to genocide we see emerging in the wars of religion is a sign of the democratisation and plebicisation of power within society.
Democratization creates *lessened* social stratification and hegemony, not more -- *greater* stratification would tend towards genocide, as in vastly disproportionate power relations, as we saw from European land speculators in North America, and the Nazis in Europe.
I'm basically complaining about the fact that a growing movement of commietards is trying to gulag me.
Too many zombie movies and cookies after bedtime.