As mentioned in my previous blog post, resentment-based love continues its faux concern with the oppressed, but the oppressed are no longer the working class proletariat. In our contemporary world, the working class have lost their official victimhood status, which has been transferred to other groups, namely women, people with non-traditional sexual orientations, various ethnicities within the West’s mostly pluralistic societies, and so forth. Unlike the communists of the past whose love of the proletariat actually served as means to cover their intense hatred for the rich and powerful, today’s Global Establishment – which holds nearly all the wealth and power in the West today – works diligently to ensure the ressentiment-based "love” they inspire will not be aimed at them and is deflected elsewhere. Hence, they have created new classes of oppressors.
Who are the oppressors today? The working and middle class native populations of Western nations. The very same groups who essentially maintain and uphold society through their work and taxes. The Establishment’s hatred of these two groups is so profound it can barely be concealed – even under a thick layer of ressentiment-love.