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I’ve seen this before, in films taken in the 1930s.
The communists are doing a careful little dance. They know they can’t accomplish anything without government cooperation (and that so far requires some cooperation from the voting public) unless they get violent. If they get violent all on their own, they lose. They’re primed and ready however, just waiting for the spark. Piven knows all this, wants very much to be that spark, but she knows she can’t provide it without bringing trouble on herself. “Top Down, Bottom up, Inside Out” is all very well and it’s worked several times, but it requires our cooperation. Remember that. The Inside Out part is where we are so fed up with the chaos that we’re begging for “something” to be done.
These poor kids. This is all they’ve ever known. They’ve been taught this gibberish all through public school and university. All they need right now is for someone acting ostensibly on behalf of the teaparty or some such to start cracking heads. Then they’ll get their days of rage.