I agree that corruption is the evil that we need to address. My thesis is simply that getting ourselves “united” for anything requires some kind of lateral signalling. No politician stands before us on their campaign and says, “Vote for me! I’ll feed the corruption machine some more!” We cannot collectively sync our sensibilities adequately to perceive that candidate A will be less corrupt than candidate B — what we need to be able to do is to turf which ever candidate does not make the implementation of anti-corruption measures their priority.
So, yes, I could not be more supportive of all people uniting against corruption. But uniting requires organizing. The practical logistics of organizing in the face of the systemic opposition we face in the beast of corruption is what I am most interested in exploring.