What use are peaceful protests?!? (Long version)

Published November 23, 2021 13 Views

Rumble What use are peaceful protests if the "root of negotiation is the mutual capacity for violence"?
This is a question I have been asked quite a lot over the last two years and has increasingly become a theme of its own ever since the Australian protests and last weekend's eruption of Europe-wide protests appeared to achieve nothing in terms of policy changes.
In this video I explain what protests really are and in turn what they achieve in the context of negotiation and the mutual capacity for violence. This video is a long-ish first take and I allow myself to wander to peripherally related subjects a bit (but it doubles the length of the video). I'll be posting a shorter take next. Some people want me to digress endlessly, some want me to get to the point, so I'm trying both approaches to see what sticks.
Reference "Geopol: Mutual capacity for violence is the root of negotiation": https://rumble.com/vei3dh

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