"The inevitable elites and their power were overthrown. The little people they had been stepping on stormed the castle. All their pseudoscience had failed to predict it. Suddenly the future no longer belonged to the City or to Palo Alto.
And its denizens poured out into the streets to
The protests are taking place in the name of oppressed minorities, but
like any dot com logo, that's branding. They are actually an angry
reaction by an overthrown elite to a people's revolution.
This isn't really about Muslims. The angry protesters know as little about Islam as they do about rural Iowa."
* * *
"The 'resistance' is a collection of elites, from actors at award shows
to fashion magazines to tech billionaires, decrying a popular revolt
against their rule. They are not the resistance. They are dictators in
exile. They had their chance to impose their vision on the people. And
Once again, by the brilliant Sultan Knish (Daniel Greenfield), in:
The Elites Are Revolting
And I do appreciate the double entendre there.