>>90427295> But how can they be wrong for blaming everything on a single enemy when the true culprit are complex forces beyond anyone's control?
Because the single enemy isn't responsible for their woes. Its factually incorrect, unjust because it punishes someone for something they didn't do, and self-sabotaging because fighting this imaginary enemy replaces making plans and taking precautions to deal with the actual causes of your problems.
Lets say you have a drinking problem, and this drinking problem gets so out of hand it eventually leads to you losing your job. You convince yourself that you got fired because it was cheaper to hire immigrants instead, and start 'fighting back' against these job stealing immigrants.
Making some Mexican guy's life hell isn't solving your problems, and its never going to get you your job back. What you need to do instead is get your own shit in order, but you're never going to do that so long as you blame all of your woes on an external force you can demonize.