Change doesn’t require everyone | FFT

Nonviolent resistance is twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts -- and history shows it only takes the engagement of 3.5% of the population to bring about change.

Is it not a ‘negative’ thing to accept the nature of the masses, nor is it to separate from them. In fact, as research shows, this dichotomy is always the way it must be for change to occur.

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Nonviolent resistance is twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts — and history shows it only takes the engagement of 3.5% of the population to bring about change.

Is it not a ‘negative’ thing to accept the nature of the masses, nor is it to separate from them. In fact, as research shows, this dichotomy is always the way it must be for change to occur.

[…Continued]

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