The very publicness of the economically expoilted

'This position of revolt is no longer that of the economically exploited; it aims less at the extortion of surplus value than at the imposition of the code, which inscribes the present strategy of social domination... It is a revolt of those who have been pushed aside, who have never been able to speak or have their voices heard... These revolts do not profile class struggle... The working class is no longer the gold standard of revolts and contradictions. There is no longer a revolutionary subject of reference'