If you think the violent revolution which you callously endorse when there is no just reason to do so will not engulf you as well in its fire, then you are lost in your madness.
Even when cause is just, those who do a just violent revolution are acutely aware of the consequences and consider it, but are left with no recourse.
A violent revolution against free market capitalism, where in the grand scheme, things are getting better progressively albeit with few hiccups here and there, is not a just cause. It is a self indulgence of the most dangerous kind.
In almost all instances, I always favour reformation over revolution, unless it is actually an oppressive system which does not value individual rights – this is not the case with free markets, it is actually opposite the case for which some lost souls want to revolt against.