Honestly, I know this is fucked up and exclusionary, but I'm not sure the typical gamer's complaints about people interested in social justice should warrant consideration. It's unclear that they're actually competent and have capacity.
Reading about the Pullman Strike, I'm still amazed that the U.S. hasn't been an outright Dickensian dystopia this whole time. If not for the Stock Market Crash of 1929 helping trigger the Great Depression which ushered FDR into office and which killed or at least financially decimated some oligarchs, we'd probably all be literal serfs already.
Even Labor Day itself shows how much the labor movement in the U.S. has been ground down since the very beginning. Despite scores of workers being killed by government troops and scores more being injured, they refused to grant workers May 1 as Labor Day because they didn't want workers to develop sympathy with the international labor movement.
Weird that Facebook marks 1981 on my timeline even though there aren't any events then because while my sister was born that year, she deactivated her Facebook account, but Facebook doesn't mark 1980 even though my brother was born that year and his Facebook account is active.
Given the habits of royalty and the aristocracy, I now kind of wonder how much of the world's misery is a consequence of inbreeding and recessive genes and the possible deleterious effects to cognitive ability.