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Non-Violent Revolution Expert hangs OWS up to Dry
by Viva la lucha Armada Tuesday, Jan 10 2012, 9:46pm
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"All change is violent to that which is changed." There is no escaping the fact that all social/political revolutions -- including Gandhi's -- result in HUGE casualties and deaths. OWS dreamboats take note of your guru Gene Sharp stating what every analyst already knew, OWS is I-N-E-F-F-E-C-T-I-V-E! It was designed to achieve nothing but have the appearance of a protest movement and it was done well -- you mindless American morons!

The following interview is excellent, notwithstanding it is stating the obvious and also clearly highlighting the failure of so-called non-violent revolutions.

If you don't already know, people in uniform with guns are paid to maintain the status quo and prevent change, doh! Social change, like all change, must be WON via direct intervention/ACTION -- I can't believe I actually have to state this obvious REALITY to OWS mindless, dreamboats. If you want change then pick up a 'gun' and plan an effective strategy because existing powers will resist you to the DEATH, you dumb American fuck's.

You don't believe me? Then please, list the effective changes that OWS has achieved, then go back to bed America, your government is taking 'good' care of you!

Which P-U-P-P-E-T will YOU vote for in 2012, vacuum-heads?



 
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