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User avatar #29 - fukkenname (03/09/2013) [-]
Okay, this is going to be long and stupid and no one will care. But i feel the need to say it. I want to be a revolutionary. Like no joke. I want to incite a revolution. I want to change the world. I don't care if I'm not the next Che Guevara. i just can't stand to see the world as this horrible place. Things need to change, and i want to be the one to do it.

TL;DR: Viva La Revolucion
User avatar #101 to #29 - fukkendragonite (03/09/2013) [-]
It's a shame you'll never do it then isn't it?

Why are you even sitting there reading this? Go ******* do something.

#75 to #29 - presentdent (03/09/2013) [-]
Che Guevara was a monster that oversaw failed revolutions in Africa and Latin America and the executions of women and children in Cuba. If you're going to pick a revolutionary to aspire to, at least don't pick the ****** pop-culture one... That's like saying you want to be a rapper and that you aspire to be as good as Lil Wayne... or **** ... that guy that made the Superman song that was popular a couple years back. You know who 'won' at being a revolutionary? Napoleon. Became a god damned Emperor. Aspire to be like Napoleon. Or Caesar. Worshipped as a God.
User avatar #132 to #75 - fukkenname (03/10/2013) [-]
I get what you're saying. Che Guevara wasn't the best example. But with Napolean and Caesar, they did become Gods. And i don't want that. A reveloution should be for the people, not to instill a new tyrant. 'People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.” - V for Vendetta
#135 to #132 - presentdent (03/10/2013) [-]
Guy Fawkes was a terrorist fighting for a return to Catholic uniformity and was in favor of oppressing freedom of religion. This isn't to say the Puritans he was trying to kill were any better, but Guy Fawkes is -also- a crap example. (Though V for Vendetta was a wonderful movie). It's hard to pick a revolutionary though. All the "idealists" get killed or were far too radical to be likeable. And the successful revolutionaries all became tyrants. If you really want to pick someone... aspire to be like George Washington (not the native-slaughtering part) or maybe Paul Revere? John Paul Jones? Benjamin Franklin?
User avatar #70 to #29 - Xcloosivo (03/09/2013) [-]
Look man, i'm all for what you're saying. No joking at all. But I just want you to know that I hope you're not the next che guevara. He killed many of his own countrymen to make a point to his government. Albeit that it was corrupt as **** ans his intentions were noble, he sent a lot of young people to an early grave, starved his people, and raided villages to aid his cause. I think what you have in mind is fantastic, but what i'm trying to say is is that che had to make quite a few sacrifices to do what he did, even watch a piece of his own humanity die.
#128 to #70 - presentdent (03/10/2013) [-]
If you're going to emulate a *********** communist, at least emulate one that was honest about his need for power and money. Be the next Stalin. Bonaparte all over your revolutionary brothers until all the idealists are ice-picked and you get to live comfortably. Or else someone will do it to you. (I would have put this in my first reply but I forgot. >.>)
#127 to #70 - presentdent (03/10/2013) [-]
His intentions weren't all that noble. His first decision when they had the triumphant decision into Havana was which mansion to take for himself. He picked the one that had the fancy television.
User avatar #64 to #29 - noopis (03/09/2013) [-]
I feel the same way. The ****** part is that I know if I try I'll be alone. People know that **** is ****** up, they know what the problems are, but none of them give a single **** , as long as they have their cheeseburgers and Facebooks they're satisfied. I feel like I'm watching a bunch of people light themselves on fire and I can't do anything to stop it. We're lazy, we don't stand up for ourselves until **** gets really bad, we tried with the Occupy Movement but that quickly lost all meaning, we fizzle out too quick. But still I wanna wage war on all the major corporations even though I know that it's pointless.
#137 to #64 - fukkenname (03/14/2013) [-]
Nothing wrong with being alone
User avatar #138 to #137 - noopis (03/14/2013) [-]
Yeah, been alone my whole life. Still, a part of me feels like people don't want to be freed so why bother?
User avatar #42 to #29 - infinitereaper (03/09/2013) [-]
I've been scheming and planning my whole life. It seems very impossible but I'd love to take the revolution route. Only problem is that things have to get bad enough to spark civil war at least. But the powers that be have done very good to pain an illusion.

#129 to #42 - presentdent (03/10/2013) [-]
How could you ever -want- a Civil War you mad man? Innocent people are killed in Civil Wars. Families are torn apart in Civil Wars. What is wrong with you?
User avatar #131 to #129 - infinitereaper (03/10/2013) [-]
You misunderstand what I meant.

I meant that no one is going to back a revolution in the U.S. today.

Things have to get bad enough to cause civil unrest; only then could there be a viva la revolution.

The poeple re too content and clueless right now, like cows being led to a slaughterhosue.
#35 to #29 - anon (03/09/2013) [-]
so get the **** off your computer and get out there
User avatar #34 to #29 - jakefenris (03/09/2013) [-]
It's crazy and probably wont happen, but the big nations of the world do need a slap on the restart button.
User avatar #32 to #29 - Hreidmar ONLINE (03/09/2013) [-]
I want to do that for Russia. America isn't doing badly at all. No, really. Seriously. America has it really damn easy compared to a lot of places I've lived in. I want to be a revolutionary for Russia, because the way things are going right now, Russia's like North Korea. Only much bigger, more populous, and with the largest nuclear stockpile in the world. It is volatile as **** right now.
User avatar #47 to #32 - biggydy (03/09/2013) [-]
Maybe people in America isn't doing bad, but i'd die to change the "we can do what we want to other countries" politics the USA have. Your country is having problems? We don't care. Your country is having problems and you have oil? SEND ALL THE ARMY WE'RE GONNA FREE THEM, EVEN IF THEY DON'T NEED OUR HELP.
#130 to #47 - presentdent (03/10/2013) [-]
You would die to change how the United States treats other countries? Why? Because it doesn't seem 'right'? Well, **** , brother, let me tell you something, there is rarely a 'right and wrong' in Foreign Policy, it's all about doing everything possible to keep your own country as powerful as possible and protect your people. As for the "we only wage war for oil" argument, please cite me an example of fighting for oil and I'll cite you an example of defending our people or our allies. WW1, WW2, Korean War, Vietnam War, the Tripolitan War, The War of 1812, the Battle of Mogadishu, the current War in Afghanistan. And you know what? All of those wars had an economic basis too. Hell, the Tripolitan War had the noble result of crushing the Barbary Corsairs, but it was still basically a defense of our trade in the Atlantic/Mediterranean. So to be willing to die because we allow economics to influence our wars is just... stupid.
#31 to #29 - tyroneisanigger (03/09/2013) [-]
Agreed. I don't know what it is but I think it would be awesome to be able to throw a molotov at the White House and actually have nothing happen to you as Democracy falls. I agree with you.
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