Many of today's highly developed and advanced peoples and societies are products of political revolutions. This fact stands as an affirmation of the glory of the exercise of the people in bringing about immediate political, social and economic change to better themselves and to secure a better future for their generations.
Noted revolutions have been: the French Revolution, the American Revolution, the Chinese revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Cuban Revolution, the Haitian Revolution and the Iranian Revolution, to name a few.
Yet, while some nations via revolution, like France and the United States, were quick to reap immediate glory, recognition and respect of their expressed manifestations, other nations have had to endure many trials toward realizing their expressed desires. One nation in particular, Haiti, which completed its revolution in 1801, is still awaiting the benefits of its then manifested destiny. Why?
Like the revolutions of countries that run counter to western ideology, the Haitian Revolution, the Cuban Revolution, the Iranian Revolution, the Nicaraguan Revolution and others have continuously become victims to undue pressure, sanctions, trials and tribulations. While the mere size and might of jurisdictions like China and Russia have been able to realize their self-written directions, Cuba, Haiti, Iran and others are left to mitigate many trials.
But if revolution is truly of the people and conducted by the people for the people, no trials will be able to negate and turn back any glorious revolution in spite of the time frame, one-year, 40-years, or 250-years, it would take to realize the true manifestations to change of the people. Here's to the good revolutions.