Samanyan Revolution quotes

1. The first barrier in a revolution is breaking the shackles of home and that is the toughest part.
2. In the modern revolution Che Guevera’s gun fights are replaced by the digital phenomenon where content is the bullet(s) and marketing and reach is the gun and the call for action and persons acting upon it in real life are the hands pulling the trigger.
3. Turbulent times call for a revolution but why in seemingly calmer times, it is to prevent further turbulence, violence, blood shed and have a bloodless revolution.
4. From the Gita, Bible, Koran to Che Guevera, all say the same thing when ever there is tyranny and oppression we must fight and defeat it, whatever be the cost, for live life with dignity or it isn’t worth living at all.
5. In India is there a need for revolution, think of the tyranny, can a normal person challenge a minister or business tycoon and come with their dignity unscathed.
6. You need a mad man to start a revolution and there isn’t any one madder than me in the people I know.
7. Every revolutionary becomes a Tyrant and as long as bloodless revolutions are possible they must happen cyclically and faster as corporate know the importance of faster product life cycles.
8. Elections aren’t a bloodless revolution; something more more potent to bring radical and good change to the lives of the people can be only called a revolution.
9. A revolution needs countless people but the anger of an isolated man on the tyranny of the state can be a starting point.
10. A revolutionary and an anarchist aren’t the same thing but an anarchist can start and participate in a revolution but a revolutionary is needed to carry it through.

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