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The masses are mediocre; the multitudes are great.
Everything the ancient Greek oligarch said against the demos, the modern American elite can say against the middle class.
“The people” is a part of “the people.”
On certain events, it is fixed upon the streets, the countryside, or even the government.
He loves the West and the West loves him. He hates the people, Chinese or otherwise.
“Who are the people?” is a question which cannot be answered. “Where are the people?” is a question which can only be answered by pointing.
The people do not care for democracy. But democracy’s only concern is the people.
The masses achieve glory in accomplishing the tremendous No which is known as “The People.”
The people showed up spontaneously. The politicians and planners didn’t like that.