International forum: Politics - What___Is___Revolution?
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22 Jun 2014 21:12

Politically there are uncountable theories of revolution but basically it`s connected with two persons Marx (Marxism) & Lenin (Leninism). Unfortunately people are disinterested to revolutionize others or simply people dislike revolution but some countries are continuously struggling for revolution in order to change the political, economical, educational system.
Nevertheless. Do you know about revolution? Do you want revolution in your country? Or simply what is revolution?

23 Jun 2014 01:08

its a fundamental change in p0wer of 0rganizati0nal structures that take place in a relatively sh0rt peri0d of time..

23 Jun 2014 01:43

I think a revolution is a process of action of totally transforming a whole range of management perspectives and approaches of a community by a people or citizens who see and agree that their liberties , values and aspirations stand violated and subdued in a present scenario. And change by mostly non-diplomatic means becomes necessary to cause a complete overhaul of administration to restore or install a system that panders to collective apirations and development goals

23 Jun 2014 04:37

Good explanations but still there is indefined revolution!

23 Jun 2014 04:45

I am the Revolution.

23 Jun 2014 04:57

23 Jun 2014 05:09

Quote by Crookxmr
I am the Revolution.

hehehe I am the Revolution, I am the creator of this topic, I am the person who wants to know your explanation about revolution!

23 Jun 2014 08:17

Its already done in Philippines.
Feb. 1985 .we're the edsa revolution become history.

23 Jun 2014 08:42

I didnt want to say 'violent' overthrow of a system by citizens enmasse to cause radical change of a social system in a community or country

23 Jun 2014 08:59

'I am the revolution'Thats the appropriate mood for people who want to mutiny, to cause change. Maybe thats the sort of mood that gripped the likes of luther king, lenin and others like them when they engaged in their processes of forceful social re-arrangement

1 Jul 2014 00:26

If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself. If you want to know the theory and methods of revolution, you must take part in revolution. All genuine knowledge originates in direct experience.

1 Jul 2014 04:08

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1 Jul 2014 04:21

Quote by christine123
If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself. If you want to know the theory and methods of revolution, you must take part in revolution. All genuine knowledge originates in direct experience.

Good!

1 Jul 2014 04:22

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Why?

1 Jul 2014 05:25

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