‘Revolutions: You CAN take them back’

Ed Driscoll:

At the Tatler, Robert Wargas spots a writer at the far left New York Review of Books railing against the failures of the American education system in a similar — if screedier — fashion as Woody Allen shouting about New York City’s downhill slide in the ’60s and ’70s, without stopping to consider that in both cases, it’s his ideological brethren that controls the terrain.

I’ve previously posted on John Cleese bemoaning the fact that London isn’t “London” (i.e., white) anymore, oblivious to the role he and his Labour-voting colleagues and fans played in destroying it.

He’s also been challenging politically correctness in his performances, again without taking that extra step of acknowledging that the Left was responsible for it.

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