>nobody is born a fascist, it is muteable.
And by the same token, I don't think every racist rightoid is beyond reason. I was one, for what it's worth, during a miserable time years ago when I had no self-esteem. Speaking from experience, most altists are emotionally hooked-in to their politics the same way wokoids are, and are depending on it for self-affirmation after the mainstream left showers them in white guilt and idpol. A lot of these types of people were abused or not parented properly and will just latch on to the first group that they feel accepted in.
>why can't the far right and far left join forces?
the catch is that actually persuading one is a huge pain in the ass because stubbornness was the MO. We need to put forth a concerted message that you don't need to kowtow to censorship, clutch pearls over words and drawings, or espouse wokism to be a leftist. I could easily see a trumpist who's truly realized they were duped becoming one of us. I've managed to convert a number of my friends, it just takes time and you have to be consistently sharp. Don't be a faggot or a doormat, don't pull punches, tell the raw truth.
Basically accurate, but it's no good to just accept things as they are. Be the charismatic leftoid you want to see.