Friday, October 22, 2010

Reality, Rights and Revolution (2)

The power that rules society tries to separate our identity from the history we never witnessed. Society is taught acquiescence as a skill for survival, which ensures the dictatorships of elected governments. Revolutionary thought is displaced and dispersed and culture is riddled with the rigmarole of accepting to be ruled. Instead of coherent protest and revolt, people are allowed the sole luxury of moaning and rallying around partisan parties in false hope, spending a cluster of years in waiting instead of deciding and acting upon the philosophy that the revolution is decided by the masses. Any act of protest by puppets in power is a sham that strengthens their reign over the conquered.

"Constantly denouncing the government, with contempt for the risks and dangers, is like a whip in the hands of a lion tamer." Fidel Castro Ruz

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