Leader of the Socialist Allied Coalition (SAC), Ben E. Fit, today called for revolution due to an apparent disapproval of politicians and bankers.
"Yeah, man," the white dread-locked student said. "Those bankers are so greedy, we need to take them down. Like this week I went to the bank to pay a cheque from my mum, and I couldn't believe I was actually handing over my money to them! I mean, what do they actually do with it? I'd be better off keeping that cheque to myself, I could grow vegetables with it or something, man."
"And those politicians. They act like they have some right to rule us, I mean it's not like we chose them. I think we need to have a revolution, man. Yeah, a revolution. We should all like, rise up, all us workers, like people who work, or people who study too, cos I don't work, I just study. We should all rise up against the people who oppress us. I'm talking about the bosses, you know the bosses. Like this one guy I worked with once during a summer job, he was a really good worker, and then they promoted him and he became a boss. Now he's all evil and telling people what to do. They totally corrupted him!"
"So we should have a revolution. It's like if you're playing a game of chess and you're losing, you don't just take it. You rise up and get the rules of the game changed. So then it will no longer be a world of winners and losers. We'll get rid of the winners."
Ben E. Fit writes for the monthly magazine The Socialist Paedophile.