Jim Goad writes:
But for such groups to now claim the right to define “extremism” is a tacit admission that they are not fighting the “mainstream” or the “power.” They define the mainstream and hold the power.
You can tell who’s in power by who gets to define extremism. And it isn’t the Nazis or the white males anymore.
This kicks the legs out from beneath the smug leftist pretense that they represent the little people and the outsiders. Instead, they are drunk to the point of blood poisoning on their own newfound power.