as i went to university during soviets - they still had whole courses called 'political economy', they drilled it into our brains how to recognize revolutionary situations, what are the signs of the immanent social revolution, etc., etc. all i can tell from what i know - there are absolutely 0 factual prerequisites in the current society for any kind of any revolution. society en masse is fat, happy, relaxed and lazy with no severe enough unresolved conflicts. no one is going to do anything nor support nothing.There's more to leading a revolution than just shooting someone. The last one was declared with a quill pen on parchment and they still managed to spell correctly. It suggests something about planning and likelihood of success, among other things. If someone wants us to "mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor" again, the bar for leadership needs to be a little higher than your average beer-fueled Faceplant poster who sounds just as likely to be an alphabet boy gone fishing.
At least he didn't use emojis.
it really needs to be something massive, like may be what deutsche bank prognosis is, for folks to start losing significant enough life long acquired assets, like, mass defaults on houses, out of food, something big enough to completely disrupt the flow of life they got used to.
Inflation may look like it will go away but is more likely to persist and lead to a crisis in the years ahead, according to Deutsche Bank.