He might be a crazy man, and a self-promoter, and I still don't understand his synthesis of Lacanian psychoanalysis with Hegelian Marxism, but I think he is in some ways a great aphorist, in the manner of Montaigne and Nietzsche (who probably would not appreciate the comparison). How does one combine Hegelianism and pithy aphorisms in the same person? What curious dialetical process of sublation could overcome the gap between these antipodes? Truly a mystery.
What does it mean to be a revolutionary today?
UPDATE: He actually froths a little at the mouth at the end.