Then the American Congress was stormed by Trump supporters on January 6 this year, a seemingly "political" mark slipped into apolitical actionism at first glance. Was it really "political"? The same question can be asked about the media's description of the supporters as "protesters". For a protester, a message is uttered – violence, on the other hand, is dumb. Gathering during the invocation of the right to demonstrate, and then attacking precisely the democratic pillar, the constitution that first legitimizes such a right, is a contradiction in terms. The political is precisely defined by the management of common affairs and should and can not be characterized by identity politics.
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