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DSA of Klamath Falls: Response to January 6th

  DSA of Klamath Falls: Response to January 6th The events of January 6th, 2021 will be a hard reminder of the fragility of our democracy. The fuel to the fire is found in dividing people through mythological pasts, victimhood, conspiracy theories, anti-intellectualism, scapegoating, and toxic militarism. Instead of policies that lift up workers in a post-industrial world and enable union power, leadership has led them toward an ideology that ultimately is self-destructive. An ideology that inhibits social and economic progress, and divides society and the working-class by race, faith, and political mythology.  Our local leadership has shirked their duties as representatives; they must know that their presentation influences our political consciousness. It is sad that Werner Reschke has not only avoided condemning an attempted coup, but has been touting conspiracy theories, lifting up social media like Parler , and continues exacerbating division using race and mythological history