Orlov on violence as a defining feature of “revolution”
Apropos of Greece, Dmitri Orlov writes about violence, or rather terror, as a sine-qua-non of revolution, defining the term itself after the 1917 model. Why? Who knows.
The result gives us a richer, darker way to indulge the inner pessimist, for those who aren’t completely satisfied with watching Trump’s numbers steadily rise.