The Number that Scares All Politicians

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If a group 1000 to 7 000 angry citizens start protesting their government, they would be easily controlled and crushed by the local police.

If that group of citizens would be 10 000 people, they would overwhelm the local police and the state has to call the military to help maintain order.

If the group number would increase to 100 000, a tipping point would be reached. The police and the army would start defecting the government and stat joining the citizens, and public opinion will sympathize with the demonstrators.

Two, three days; one week or two weeks of protest with such a crowd would bend any government in the world without exception. Without exception!

The magic number of 100 000 demonstrators on the street scares the shit out of all politicians.

With a smart grassroots coordination, this number could be reached after 2 to 3 years of intense work. With 1 to 5 millions dollars, that period could be shortened to 12 months by hiring the best social grassroots activists.

I can make a revolution happen in any single african capital with one million dollars!

The power still is with the people. They can reclaim it at anytime, and we have now the knowledge how to do that.

Don’t be Stupid. Work your numbers, before you get out.

May the Numbers be with You!

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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of SiliconAfrica.com, Founder of Goodbuzz.net, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at mk@linkcrafter.com.

8 Responses to “The Number that Scares All Politicians”

  1. Mawuna R. Koutonin

    @Hank Wilson We know what is in our best interest.

    There was a huge economical growth in the South of United States during slavery time, but it has not changed anything to the status of the black slaves.

    We are not easily fooled anymore about the promise of hope of economical growth.

    go ask the poor in South africa about how they relate to the growth in their country!

    Additionnally go ask the 99% in Developed countries what economical growth has brought to them during the last decade?

    Finally, you can not have a grassroots revolution if the elite or the ruling class has not made the conditions for it to happen. It never would happen in a vacuum!

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  2. Hank Wilson

    Cowards always want to get a revolution going behind a large crowd of people. Anybody pushing for a revolution on the continent of Africa is a colonial house-boy and they're doing the biddings of their colonial puppet-masters. The colonial master use naive Africa-Negros to to keep wars active on the African continent, to ensure Africa stays in a continuous state of non-economic competitive growth. No other ethnicity can afford to have an African continent fully developed and competing for its own natural resources.

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  3. Victor Bassey

    2years ago over 30,000,000 NIgerians protested the fuel subsiby removal yet it was never returned to the initial price. right now almost the whole country is protesting the return of the abducted chibok girls yet there is no response to that effect.. That's why i said not in Nigeria.

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  4. Victor Bassey

    Mawuna R. Koutonin 2years ago over 30,000,000 NIgerians protested the fuel subsiby removal yet it was never returned to the initial price. right now almost the whole country is protesting the return of the abducted chibok girls yet there is no response to that effect.. That's why i said not in Nigeria.

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  5. Mawuna R. Koutonin

    Victor Bassey I understand what you mean.
    the fuel subsidy protest succeeded (maybe partially), though it was more a campaign made of so diverse, incompatible and uncoordinated people.

    This article is more about a grassroots movement, ideologically motivated, with a mass of people believing in that ideology, and also determined to bend a government or take power.

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  6. Deejay Smellsogood

    I have been making this same sort of statement for the last 10 years since I woke up and realized I wasn't home!!! My feeling was this: IF 10,000 AFRICANS STUCK IN AMERIKKA GOT ON A PLANE AND WENT BACK HOME NOT NECESSARILY TO STAY BUT TO RE UNITE WITH OUR PAST AND OUR LOST TRIBES AND BRING THAT KNOWLEDGE OF "SELF KNOWLEDGE" BACK TO THE U.S., WE WOULD CHANGE "THIS WORLD"!!! no matter what they say I will return and find what I am missing WHATEVER THAT MAY BE!!! hotep

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