Whether in life, or externally, in politics, in governance, in media, in democracy, there’s always a tipping point.
There’s only so much that can handled, or rather tolerated.
You can notice one thing after the other that happens, but you stay steady and let it happen. But then there’s a tipping point.
Something of that sort is bound to happen. Because there are always consequences.
Once that tipping point is reached, then start the fireworks. Because things have to change, for the better, at a mass level. Or else we won’t progress and we won’t move forward, for the better.
For the better, because we might seem to move forward, but it would actually be backward.
That tipping point always comes.