I hope this goes viral. The big change is that people are no longer afraid.
This is the inversion of what Buffalo Springfield sang about.
In his History of the Russian Revolution Trotsky wrote,
The officers hastened to separate their patrol from the workers, and, abandoning the idea of dispersing them, lined the Cossacks out across the street as a barrier to prevent the demonstrators from getting to the centre. But even this did not help: standing stock-still in perfect discipline, the Cossacks did not hinder the workers from “diving” under their horses. The revolution does not choose its paths: it made its first steps toward victory under the belly of a Cossack’s horse.It starts when you are no longer afraid.