The Revolutionist

  • is never naive or delusional; he is pragmatic, Machiavellian, works diligently towards revolution.
  • works to abolish all forms of racism.
  • ‘s psychology is stubborn but not stupid; he knows how to work around ideas and co-opt them into the revolutionary flow.
  • invests his psychology into the brilliant act of agitation; citizens must be pulled out of their bourgeois numbness.
  • is forever looking for ways to inspire people to snap out of their emotional and sociological stupor.
  • is mentally strong; his identity exists outside the system, yet it works within the system, to revolt against the system.
  • is not too shy to use the words ‘seizing power’, taking back what rightfully belongs to humanity.
  • has no respect for citizens who are delusional enough to believe that the capitalist pigs will reform themselves.
  • understands that those who cannot revolt against ‘god’ cannot revolt in any real sense.
  • despises reform because reform delays revolution.
  • is of course eager to see the physical outbreak of revolt but he does not allow his eagerness to disrupt his method.
  • is a volunteer in the struggle; he does not want rewards or pay, he just wants revolution!
  • understands that revolution is both an art and a science, thus he is an artist and a scientist.
  • loves humanity because it is thoughts of liberating humanity that keep him going and dedicated.
  • is very mentally strong; he has the capacity to discipline and control his great revolutionary feelings.
  • is a remorseless human being; his goal is to move forward to revolution not to be mindful of petty people’s feelings.
  • is an agitator; he works methodically to extricate the masses from their political and sociological stupor.
  • despises reform and reformists; they are designed to delay and obstruct the outbreak of revolution.
  • has an incredible amount of mental toughness; he has the capacity to exist within and outside the system.
  • is not a sentimentalist; while chanting and singing are positive it takes Machiavellian attitudes to seize power.
  • ‘s mind exists outside the parameters of bourgeois culture; he is able to live within a system that he will revolt against.
  • hates the capitalist bureaucrats; they spend their lives shuffling papers to entrap the minds of the masses.
  • has no nostalgic attachments whatsoever; he is more than ready to move forward without any hesitations.
  • is very remorseless, however, he is neither stupid nor impetuous; he knows that there’s a time and place for everything.
  • has no time or patience for petty bourgeois intellectuals who want to spend their whole lives ‘debating’ and ‘discussing’.
  • does not need drugs to keep his morale up; all he needs is the spirit of revolution running through his body.
  • is not sentimental and lovey-dovey; he loves the people but he knows that without systematic action, nothing will get done.
  • ‘s psychology allows no room for compromise or mindless reform; it’s revolution or nothing.
  • loves humanity, he loves the people, but he is remorseless when it comes to all enemies of the revolution.
  • is never disappointed; revolution is not an instant-gratification-fix, it takes energy, hard-work, determination.
  • is a skillful psychologist who knows how to create momentums that are self-driven and difficult to slow down.
  • is confrontational, he is tireless, and his political energy is brilliant and consistent.
  • is forever looking for ways to subvert the agenda of the sick capitalists.
  • is an artist in the way that he interweaves political patterns and mass consciousness.

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