These three blogs have all drawn attention to the dichotomy between the strange habits of angry Left-wingers online as reported by The Washington Post and the tone and content of the Euston Manifesto. There is something deliciously satisfying about seeing the wilfully stupid wax hysterical at the thought of a few people meeting in a pub, writing down what they think about the world, and then asking some other people if they’d like to talk about it. Though, yes, occasionally there’s a twinge of pity for those driven mad by being caught on the wrong side of history—as you’d feel watching a rabid dog chew at its own leg.