For a revolution to happen?
Comfort levels must drop through the floor, so that people do not care about what happens about their consequences.
For one thing, the inability to afford cable or satellite TV would be a start for the irritation to begin, a lack of propaganda and a lack of
entertainment join forces to wake people up. They want their TV back and they want to be able to afford to live comfortably, drink beer and watch
American idle or football while putting their minds on neutral trying to forget their lousy jobs they must go to all week in order to afford the
pleasure to have their minds numbed.
The concentration of the media has to be fragmented on The TV, ironically the Canadian senate is raising the alarm over media concentration, perhaps
the Canadian senate is not entirely useless after all?!
People are also uninformed when they vote, people should be asked questions on what is really important to them, without all the vitriol, put into a
computer and matched with the party which most closely matches their ideals, if something like this was done with honest intentions and people voted
with their minds, and not their hearts, you would see revolutionary parties come to the forfront. Boiled down I mean this, people should have the
facts, be informed and vote accordingly, as of now people vote the best 'showman', the best 'tugger of emotions', People need to get smart, not
with their heart, with their .s.
Too many sheeple.
People must also lose their homes en masse, be unable to afford rent, a mass of homeless people seek comfort, that is a great motivator, comfort
demotivates, that's human nature.
So the PTB waves the carrot on the stick, to keep us thinking we feel secure, we've got to serve our masters to get our reward, just enough comfort
to serve our masters well and keep us satisfied so we can go back to the lazy boy. We've worked bloody hard for the priveledge to do nothing!
People must unite, dividing people politically, is it by design?
US citizens are polarised to the left and to the right, our drug laws polarise the people who like to smoke and grow pot, pitted against those who
would like to see 'those types' thrown in prison'.
Baby boomers and gen 'x', and gen 'y', or whatever must not be divided by age, but unite as 'just citizens'.
Their is too much fragmentation, a lack of a common cause; again, when we lose our comfort level things will change, we all like comfort and
Take away the TV's, add a bit of financial insecurity and thwarted dreams, then you will have a revolution starting, from the revolution of the minds
to the revolution on the march.
When their is nothing to lose...
As of now, people still have enough comfort and don't want to lose what they've worked so hard for, the carrot is tastey looking still, and they
don't want to risk losing the carrot.
"Don't make me get up offa my ass!"
No revolution today.