I’m going to write a paper and get it published in all the journals.
It will be titled “The Slytherin Complex: the Pacification of Civil Agency.”
It will discuss the neurosis developed through media forms, socialisation and political rhetoric that causes civil society to condemn a praxis which can achieve real change as being rooted in behaviour that is intrinsically evil. Which is then normalised by constructing a perception that people who advocate such behaviour are not themselves necessarily evil, but they can overcome their situation by changing the behaviour rather than their purpose.
The point of reference will be the Harry Potter books and the occasional mention that “not all Slytherins are bad, some of them can be loyal too!” Id est, Slytherin behaviour patterns remain bad it is only by submission to other archetypical traits that they can redeem themselves.
And it will be published in all the journals.