The armies of the revolution stand ready to insure the liberties of all people. To destroy all oppressors. To bring down any who oppose the best interest of the people.
We cannot be stopped. We cannot be divided. We cannot be bought.
We are the true torch of freedom. We are the will of the people. Your attempts to control us will result in your eventual annihilation.
The Revolution is everywhere. We stand in the shadows, watching, waiting. We serve your food. We wash your car. We do your taxes. We are in your congresses, your parliaments. We can strike from anywhere, at any time.
They who rule by fear, will come to know that we are the gods of fear.
The man who loves freedom, shall not fear us.
The man who loves power, shall not survive our wrath.

The revolution is here.
"The revolution will not be televised, the revolution will be computerized." -cdc
by Le Revolution June 27, 2005
A group based in Seattle, Washington. Interested in promoting themselves in most every aspect. It was started at the University of Washington. They win intramural championships and throw bangers for day.
John: What are you doing this weekend?
Tim: I'm hitting up the revolution on Saturday night.
John: Oh yeah, the revolution is a must!
by Por'que February 11, 2011
prince's GOOD band
by Chrissy L. June 24, 2003
A term, usually derogatory, used by Howard Stern fans to describe his years on SIRIUS Satellite Radio.
I can't stand all the Sybian rides during the revolution.
by sternfan1980 July 07, 2010
1. The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917

2. The phantom changes that will come about in the near-to-distant future; often uttered with bewildered, watery eyes gazing into a bleak distance, typically an overcast, smog-ridden urban skyline.
We shall elect a gay woman president....after the revolution.
by Albert Miaskovsky March 11, 2004
A term of retaliation due to the unfair punishment of 5 students attending Kemps Landing Magnet School in the 2002-2003 school year. Cory, Caleb, Peirce, Alex, and Peter were sentenced to several weeks of a punishment which involved eating lunch during our "focus" time and serving detention with Mrs. Bowers afterwards. This part of the punishment came only after months at an assigned table. The Revolution is to symbolize the uprising of the five against "The Gilbert". They demanded a gifted faculty, and several others.
Student 1: Hey Gilbert, The Revolution is upon us.

Gilbert: Ok, sure.

Student 2: We shall see, we shall see.
by Wouldn't you like to know May 20, 2003

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