What Is a Revolution?

Just like the words ‘love’ or ‘bankruptcy,’ the word ‘revolution’ can mean many things to many people. According to Wikipedia:

A revolution is a fundamental change in power or organization structure that takes place in a relatively short period of time . . . Revolutions have occurred through human history and vary widely in terms of methods, duration, and motivating ideology. Their results include major changes in culture, economy, and socio-political institutions.

Nevertheless, everyone knows Wikipedia is a dirty, dirty liar. Which is why I plan on eventually overthrowing Wikipedia and starting my own website (in a relatively short period of time).

As you can see, revolutions don’t always have to be political, violent, or anti-Canadian. For example, did you know that NEIL ARMSTRONG is considered a revolutionary? And SOJOURNER TRUTH – did you know she was a revolutionary as well? What about the famous L. RON HUBBARD? No, he’s not a revolutionary.

Revolutions generally fall into one of two groups:

Political/Socioeconomic Revolutions

Intellectual/Philosophical/Technological Revolutions

As you read this blog (and the book which you’re going to buy), keep this in mind.

Now that you know there are a wide variety of revolutions… GET OUT THERE AND START SHEDDING SOME BLOOD!!

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