If a person says “I am of this group”, what makes that wrong?

If a person says “I am of this group”, what makes that wrong?

“we” have a problem. What’s the we?

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So group identity puts someone outside of society?

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So at which point does one cease being in the “in group” (your society) and part of the “out group”?

Can a society be formed of groups and individuals as well?

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Sample: When I see BLM – an American based group filled with Americans, I consider them an American group fighting for the rights of Americans.When I hear someone talk about them as if they are not Americans, I don’t know what America they’re talking about.
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 This is a country founded by protest. Protest is a fundamental part of any democracy – and we are still supposed to be a democratic republic (although really an oligarchy).
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 The word “Machiavellian” has a meaning. You find that 500 yrs of usage for that word is wrong. That’s fine.

Give me a substitute word then.

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