Sorry, I don't understand how that sutta has anything to do with the Alt-right rhetoric of "Identity Politics", "SJWs", and other such labelling. Why bring in these non-Buddhist concepts into the conversation?
Clearly the Path is about trancending identity. However, what you seem to be advocating here is what some Mahayana teachers (apologies for mentioning the Enemy) would call "emptiness sickness" - ignoring worldly conditions, and the necessary work needed to overcome them, in a futile attempt to jump directly to awakening.
The Path, after all, involves right speech, action, livelihood.
I thought you might bring up passages such as:
I would have two things to say about that:Even if low-down bandits were to sever you limb from limb, anyone who had a malevolent thought on that account would not be following my instructions. If that happens, you should train like this: ‘Our minds will remain unaffected. We will blurt out no bad words. We will remain full of compassion, with a heart of love and no secret hate. We will meditate spreading a heart of love to that person. And with them as a basis, we will meditate spreading a heart full of love to everyone in the world—abundant, expansive, limitless, free of enmity and ill will.’ That’s how you should train.
1. That is a very advanced practice, though one that I've heard Tibetan monks talk about in relation to their attitude towards the Chinese invasion.
2. The Buddha did not forbid even monks from defending themselves physically, or admonishing others. However, as that, and other, Suttas indicate, one should not speak or act out of malice.