That was a good article to read, I particularly agreed with this part.
[The angriest and most pessimistic people in America are the people we used to call Middle Americans. Middle-class and middle-aged; not rich and not poor; people who are irked when asked to press 1 for English, and who wonder how white male became an accusation rather than a description.]
I think this article is playing down the threat from this group. While I may disagree with amoretti on most everything, I do agree that homegrown domestic terrorism is just around the corner.
At some point, this group which feels that certain liberties are theirs by birthright, and have been taken away, will try to restore them. Undoubtedly, these middle class white Americans that try to fight back will be called terrorist and Nazi's at some point.
However the truth about the middle class wages, computers replacing jobs, labor supply out stripping demand "especially in a repressed economy" is not being told. If anyone thinks our growth rate is sustainable when emerging economies are untethering from the dollar at a break-neck-speed, they should think again. The middle class that will and is now being demonized, will soon get more people added to their ranks, simply by an economic downturn.
Imagine that, one day your a pillar of society going to work and saving, the next day your unemployed and outsourced. Not shortly afterwards your the new Nazi, not because your ideals changed, but because your nation changed. From a consumer based economy to a resourced based economy with a technological edge = layoffs. And with wide open borders, coupled with Obamas widows and 3yr old refugees. The new Fascist Nazi will be you Mr. middle class, whether you no it or not.
Hillary once said, "everyone is a little racist".
I would like to add to that
But whether or not they are deemed a Nazi, depends on how much money they have.