Believe it or not, i was a text writer before this blog, and, as i was cleaning my google drive, i have found some remnants of such times, the original post is in this website: Guilhotina2a, and.. Yeah… Let’s hope you like it:
People, When threatened by someone or something, usually tend to revoke the thing that’s bothering him’s action, for a example, governments can lead people to very dark places, being that a crisis or just a prank (bro), and people do protest against them. But, what if that kind of action isn’t a natural urge?
In a quick search on Google, anyone can find examples of groups that are forced to live within a very rough government system and they don’t actually rebel as constantly nor as alienatedly as democracy like models. Which clears somethings up: the masses don’t actually think for themselves (an intellectual from the higher classes is allways behind any kind of rebellation), and freedom of speech and thought is a important factor to any change in society. Yes, those both conclusions were conclusions to the conclusions to the conclusions of the fact of this paragraph, and that itself was a !riot to the aristotelical way of ratiotinate, which was made a point by a person from the higher classes of the actual system: capitalism, therefore making this a meta argument (the strongest of arguments) referring to the point of this thought: the masses will be manipulated by those who can impress them with their creative and “right” way of thinking.
Given that, there is no way to say that the masses riot against anything naturally, hence making other thing the responsible to these “golpes” that are threatening our dear president in Brazil right now. And guess what, it would be the French revolution! It gave everyone the freedom to speak whatever they wanted to speak, without restrictions (since it didn’t offend anyone, of course -.tumblr made that so hard to do…-). And it inspired that as it inspired people to !riot (yes, that needed to be explicited two times in the same paragraph, because it is such a important fact), and that inspiration may lead some to think: “maybe these masses that are rebelling right now, without any concrete proof against these leaders, are doing that just because they can, just because the french revolution have drawn them into that scenario”.
So, in the end, !riots are indeed a deep reflection of the french revolution on the conteporany world and people tend to be following anything that is aparentally bigger than them, like a set of ideals well justified or a philosopher. Leading to this text’s point: our protests aren’t ours, they are indeed a set of rules prompted to us a couple of centenaries ago.