Liberal celebs pining for a "revolution" is as delusional as it gets

Sarandon doesn’t seem to understand how revolutions work. Maybe she should step away from Twitter, pick up a pitchfork and brandish it at the nearest millionaire, perhaps herself. That seems to be the solution proposed by Donald Sutherland, who has said he hopes his Hunger Games movies will lead to a revolution.

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“I hope that they will take action because it’s getting drastic in this country.”

Sutherland continued, “You know the young people of this society have not moved in the last 30 years. . . . They have been consumed with telephones . . . tweeting.” He added, “Hopefully they will see this film and the next film and the next film and then maybe organize. Stand up.”

His interlocutor added that Sutherland was “quite serious about the call to arms” but couldn’t resist mentioning wryly, “We are high up in a Four Seasons hotel overlooking Beverly Hills, sunlight glinting off mansions and boutiques below.”

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