The reality and failure of human revolutions. Our world is subject to the effects of human depravity, leading always to sorrow caused by evil, suffering, want, wrongs, failure, illness and death. Against these calamities of humanity, politicians and would-be patriots flatter the people with a claim of the basic goodness of humanity and call for human revolution, led and inspired by them. The solutions are no better than the character of the solution-givers, which in many nations has meant still worse enslavement and loss. The solutions inevitably call for the ending of power of some and the empowerment of others, presumably in the best interests of society. The new authorities use their hard-won powers to convince the majority that the promises are being fulfilled. Often, deceitful propaganda of “success” is often accompanied by dictatorial control to safeguard the unjust results of the revolution, with its unmentioned and hidden failures, and to avert the rise of any competing human-based revolution. A utopia is promised for those who will concede authority and follow, but a hell on earth is more often the result. Human revolution hates, kills, steals and arbitrarily controls for the supposed cause of “justice” for the majority, but inevitably results in fully deserved consequences for its attitudes and actions. The leaders of such revolutions, if successful, commonly replace the oligarchs of the earlier system and become the wealthy masters of society. These are the demonstrations and lessons of history.