Well … basically, kids are graduating from college with unpayable debt, can’t find jobs and their little brothers and sisters now in college are seeing what happened to their older brothers and sisters and saying “This isn’t right” — and also seeing that they have nothing to lose . So they get expelled for taking part in a student uprising. So what. A college degree did how much good for their older brothers and sisters? None. What do they have to lose, other than a worthless piece of paper and a bunch of debt?
The *only* time you see large-scale uprising and disturbances is when there is a large number of people who have nothing to lose. I study history so I remember past uprisings and disturbances and recall the two ways of ending them — imposing totalitarian dictatorship or implementing a “Fair Deal” where hard work and study will get you ahead in life and thus people have something to lose if they instead participate in an uprising or disturbance.
Well, there’s also the third choice — the uprising accomplishes the toppling of the government, at which point things go to bleep in a handbasket. That’s the choices — Madam Guillotine, Vladimir Putin, or FDR. Which one do our 1% choose? We’ll find out, I suppose …