The relationship ‘identity politics’ has with accessibility, for the purpose of showing how in the eyes of society, one identity can be superior to another thus enabling social and economic disparities between individuals.
For the past couple of years, there has been a rise in individual interest in political discussions. Particularly, a rise in conversations about what many scholars have referred to as Identity Politics.
You cannot compromise with someone who advocates genocide. There is no middle ground to be found with a person who denies the personhood of other human beings. There is no situation in which a little bit of enforced ethnic purity is acceptable. This is not a negotiable stance.