Once again, this comment critiques those fighting which in a very real way INVALIDATES what they are fighting for. And since many people (particularly females) are not comfortable with the Fighting frame (and macho response), the implication that all should fight together to arguably remove the oligarchs is like asking for a replay of The French Revolution. Always in the background, the rich elites of other lands wait to fund their own ilk until, like Krakatoa, gone off to deplete its former power, it gradually rises once again possessed of the same explosive (control of banks, courts, commerce, militia forces) force.
Structural hierarchies are sustained by militaries and financial might, but they begin with ideologies. And since traditional religions push prejudices of extremely long-standing, this idea that "if only the masses would unite" is a way of cleansing all inherent differences. A society based on HONORING those differences would represent a radical departure from the past. What you and your "radical buddies" posit essentially pretends that these cultural/ethnic/intrinsic differences are not important; that the only thing that matters is the class struggle and tossing off the controls of the 1%.
What you're asking for is a different kind of uni-polar, one size fits all world. Sadly, it will once again reinstate to positions of domination, the typical white males comfortable WITH both domination and using FORCE to command lesser statuses onto others unlike themselves.
Note the complete lack of empathy for what "this immigration thing" means to families split apart, women sexually abused in detainment centers, and children essentially left orphaned from displaced parents. Note the glib show of political savvy that entirely discounts the real suffering to real people. If that's not the mentality of a soldier or right wing operative who hates "illegal aliens," what is?
"And yes Z this is exactly what the illegal immigrant thing IS about." (From Marlborough)
It's pure sanitized racism of another sort placed into a frame that appears to be sympathetic to "the class struggle."