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Revolution, least of all in revolutionary war, redeems nothing. Yet some revolutionaries see the need for revolution anyways.
“Kill the Rich” is the manifest, “progressive” content. “Revolution is revolt” is the latent, conservative form.
The only thing worse than a professional politician is a professional revolutionary. But the only thing better than a true statesman is a true radical.
The human condition is largely consistent across the agrarian, industrial, and digital revolutions.
Disaster. What event is unimaginable?
I am not working toward Revolution. I’m not waiting on it, either.
Most “fight the system” movies cannot imagine revolution as anything other than the skilled utilization of violence.
The occupation of pre-revolutionary China is not a side plot, but the real plot of Hur Jinho’s “Dangerous Liasons.”
The sexual relationships are the aborted attempts to birth a new order, the displacements of an impasse that love cannot resolve. This is Murakami’s true indictment of the student movement.