On the very same day:
An anti-government potpourri of Left and Right disaffection revolted in France, bellowing against elitist myopia,
the United States experienced a revolt of its own: a revolt against old shoes.
Shallow American consumerism, expressed most intensely by its burgeoning underclass, caused a similar stir because people in this country appear unable to rouse any emotion unless $180 of rubber are lasciviously adorned over their feet.
A nation’s vibrancy is measured not by its diversity or self-debasement; it is measured by the self-respect and will for dignity of its most downtrodden.
The downtrodden in America have absolutely no self-respect for the corporate class bids it away in daily business transactions.
No Revolution for America.