“Generation Z” pulled the “chestnuts out of the fire” in the US

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“Generation Z” pulled the “chestnuts out of the fire” in the US

The Republicans are asked to draw up their new strategy. Multiculturalism in a multicultural society is legitimate, but once they let the most extreme voices into their family they will suffer the consequences.

By Antonis Anzoletou

What was avoided by the mid-term elections in the USA are the vindication of Trumpism. He and his supporters missed the opportunity to talk about accepting extreme speech and tout the policies and practices they have used both during and after his four years in government. Especially after events of January 6, 2021 at the Capitol, where the democratic institutions were besieged for several hours. For years President Trump has “petted the ears” of far-right racist organizations because they professed to be his followers. The former vice president, Mike Pence has declared that he will not support him, while several financiers are also turning their backs on him. The slim majority in the House of Representatives with 218 seats to the Democrats’ 210 and the defeat in the Senate does not set the stage for the next presidential election as he would like. The bills will not be passed so easily and in the Senate the majority is not lost for him Joe Biden.

The red wave finally swept him away Donald Trump which gives with him governor of Florida, De Sandys, battle for the future of the American right wing. Is the former president a burden to the Republicans? They will be asked to evaluate this in the party in the next period and make critical decisions ahead of the 2024 elections. Analysts pointed out that the choice of inter-party voting, where American citizens can “cross” candidates from both opposing sides, showed that the most moderate persons were preferred. And above all, the value of stability was appreciated in an environment where international relations are in the red. Epimythio: The Republicans are asked to draw up their new strategy. Who they want and who they don’t want in their ranks. Multiculturalism in a multicultural society is legitimate, but once they let the most extreme voices into their family they will suffer the consequences.

The former president attempted to erode democratic institutions and became a model for other authoritarian leaders such as Tayyip Erdogan. Unless their relationship was a two-way street and Donald Trump adopted many of the traits of the Turkish leader. The disappointment of Ankara, after all, when Joe Biden took over the reins of the country was very great. The current ruling faction, faced with a huge inflation and terrible devaluations, was spared the worst at the last moment.

The most pleasing element is that on the other side of the Atlantic, the “generation Z”, which comes after the millennials, mobilized and took the “chestnuts out of the fire”. The relief of the loans they have taken for their studies, climate change, gun ownership, rights issues such as abortion, were the issues they proposed making it clear that they do not want to see a limitation of their rights. And since one in three young people are informed by social media, it also helped that the Democrats used TikTok to talk to the younger generations. Democrats are already gearing up for the 2024 presidential election and are prioritizing the concerns of young people. The Edison Research National Election Pool exit poll showed that the 18-29 age group was the only one in which a strong majority supported the Democrats.

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