Like we've seen with the Civil Rights movement, once the goals have been met the hangers-ons tend to be the militant loonies who resort to simply imagining problems.
I mean, a lot of folks lost money and others gained money entirely due to a racially targeted scheme to reinstitute apartheid - one which largely succeeded.
I was on the "made money" side - I had a lot of liquidity outside the market when it collapsed.
Care to explain how basically every single dollar I own or have spent in the last decade is imaginary? I mean, there's arguments to be made that currency is a social convention and its ascribed meaning is imaginary, but you're arguing that the cash itself is completely imaginary, which is, like, a whole new level...
Oh, and the Black Congressional Caucus stood for me. You didn't. Just so you know where you stand...