posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 05:24 AM
Im not one to advocate a revolution =) but their needs to be a grass roots education programme focused at educating the masses.
If someone say was to start a Bakebook revolution group for the UK it could make the masses realise the potential that their needs to be a revolution.
(went looking couldent find one)
To start a revolution you would need the support of the unions (bought and paid for by the government) if you had them on your side the country would
be a whole diffrent place these people where pick to represent the workers in the form of a pressure group but they exert little or no power. last
month was the first time in years they held a demo of over 300,000 people in London, they wanted change but where given nothing, how can so few people
in the UK rule us all. Millions ruled by the few.
Not only that but a revolution in the western world requires money through donations, at the minute we put our faith in revolution parties but even
they are too main stream except Ron Paul (USA). The UK does not have any revolution parties, we had the hope of the liberal democrats but they sold
out to the conseratives.
The people of the UK still believe in the empire and for this reason alone it would be greatly difficult to start here, we as a country we are stonger
than the USA at the moment in the terms of moral but if a revolution was to kick off in america, it would only be a matter of time before it kicked
off in the UK.
As i say i do not advocate a revolution i am merely thinking logically about it being a question of how to start one from a psychologist perspective
also from a studier of sociology.
edit on 29-4-2011 by michaelmcclen because: ugh...bad grammar