“The danger of being “slaughtered” should be an argument in favor of making revolutions which are successful, not for rejecting revolutions altogether. Of course, revolutions can fail, as can reformist struggles. But some of the worst massacres occurred when the people failed to make revolutions, because they followed only reformist programs. Nazism came to power after the failure of the reformist, gradualist, policies of the German social democrats. Pinochet took power due to the reformist policies of Allende in Chile in the 70’s — which irritated the rich and military but did not threaten to overturn them.”
— Wayne Price
يعني لو ما عملتش ثورة ممكن تتهاك ولو عملت ثورة ممكن تتهاك برضه، في كل الأحوال سواء عملت ثورة أو ما عملتش الإنتهاك محتمل.