If any of you have read Shakespearean plays like Julius Caesar, or Macbeth, you will know the importance of the role of the plebeians, or the mob.
And you do not have to be a Shakespearean expert to decipher the fact that the mob is very fickle minded. The mob supports Caesar’s murder, and then later turns on the perpetrators themselves.
That was 100 BC, but this is 2016 AD and the feature does not seem to have changed much. Not that it should, or I am complaining, but it is just a simple comparison of how people quickly change opinions with changing situations.
And the person today in question is not Julius Caesar or Brutus, but is our own Gary Cahill.
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