Are the numbers of revolutionary governments all over the world steadily diminishing (example collapse of communism in Soviet Union and Eastern Europe)? If so is it any indication that such governments are not the ones needed by the people today? Your views?
People have seen how in the name of revolutions, despots came to power and continued to rule for many years suppressing the democratic aspirations of the people although they had come to power in the name of power to the people. One of the great examples today is North Korea.
It is now clear that such governments cannot benefit the people are hence not needed but unfortunately, the people are unable to overthrow such remaining governments because those in power have total grip on the armed forces and intelligence services of the countries.
Kaalya Tasmaih Namaha.