I don't really think the Kurds could incite a global revolution against Capitalism and the state. This isn't the great depression, a lot of people are happy with the current governments they live in and those who aren't happy with the current government (specifically democrats) don't want an anarchistic system, they just want a different government.
I wasn't talking about the developed world. If you think the majority of the populations of third world and developing countries are happy with their governments I encourage you to go to one and ask someone from the local working class what they think. Have you ever noticed that all these massive protests, strikes and riots mostly happen in undeveloped/developing countries? This would start in the countries that us westerners generally don't pay attention to, if allowed to brew long enough, larger developing nations would start feeling the effects. Imagine the effects of revolution in a country like India, 100s of millions of people live in poverty and already hate their government. They recently held the largest strike in human history. https://en.wikipedia..._strike_of_2016
Don't expect change to come from these cushy precariat nations, it's always the slaves that strike back first!
I don't expect anarchism at first per say, but the 21st century is prime for a resurgence of socialism and I feel that this time it might be democratic in nature, which would ultimately lead to anarchic forms of communism, hopefully with a large amount of automation.
Yes I understand, but I don't see why the people in the 1st World countries which are happy with their lives would want to join this rebellion? Sure the people of the poor nations might want to, but if people are happy with their lives and their current government then I don't think they would revolt.
Well here's the thing: much of what we enjoy is made in the third world. If the third world revolts, there goes our comfy life. Whatever isn't completely taken away from us will instead have their prices jacked by an order of magnitude. All of a sudden, a huge swath of the population is plunged into poverty without having changed their station in life.
We're only three square meals away from anarchy.