Speaking at the Left Forum, Slavoj Žižek talks about Donald Trump, racism, morality and Wikileaks. He strangely opens with the admission that "Trump makes him a racist"--not sure where he was going with that--but he progresses to talk about the evolving role of morality and decency among the left and right:
Did you notice, if you are old enough (and I am) that in the 1960s and that upheaval, usually the radical protestors were using dirty words to shock the establishment. Now it's almost the opposite, the more you go to the right, the more they are vulgar. I think we should proudly accept and shamelessly exploit this fact. No, we the Left--whatever remains of it--are the only true defenders of simple common decency. We are the moral majority in practice.
Here's the video in full below: