Saw this video from MILO : Yale Student Dresses As Shackled Slave To Protest Trump Election
Here are some thoughts.
There may be some unintentional but telling signs here.
The collar is loose. It can be taken off as one pleases which is quite similar to the victim narrative he is ostensibly protesting.
The chain is not connected to anything. This is indicative of how the narrative really does not limit ones movement unless they one adorned in it limits themselves. There is also the indication of how the arguments and basis for their grievances usually trails off into nothingness after you follow it for a few links.
What he is wearing. Instead of going fully into the slavery outfit the slacks and dress shoes are indicative of a white-collar life. Likely the class or background that many of these protestors are in. They step between this narrative and their upper middle-class or higher lives. Anything below that life would be considered slavery to them. Unacceptable.
The interactions. Slaves did not have the ind of freedom displayed here. Hugs, notes, smiles, handshakes? Are fist-bumps and the like general greetings now or is there a bit of a ‘I see you ethnic-bro here are my greetings’? It shows the virtue signalling in effect. The way people engage him is rather surface level. Not much actually done
I’ve lived in Kenya. I can assume that in most of sub-Saharan Africa, this individual would not be considered black. What is it with people in the States and this one drop = black rule thing? That’s on some regressive racist nonsense.
56,682,202 Americans own you? Slavery was very limited in scope. The number of owners was vastly outstripped by the slaves. Yet another part of how inappropriate a protest it is. It does call into question how he proposes that governments work. Had she won, would Hillary voters be owners of others? Are Obama voters currently owners? I do believe they actually did view their candidate winning being a sort of mandate to own other folks.
Anyway, this is Yale. This is Ivy league, the source of elites.