The present progressive can be used to insist that people do things or do not do things —Swan, Practical English Usage, 214-3, p.190
I'm in a big trouble with understanding what the that-clause of above example means. What does it really mean?
I guess it expresses,
- To insist that people should do things or should not do things. OR
- To insist what people do or what people don't do.
Which is correct?