Thank you again DSW, I may not always understand all words you use but i believe you never insult my mum
The protests changed their nature, as i had said before, we came to a crossroad: either we would attack the police with the same level of violence or would retreat and keep showing our frustration in other ways. We (at least, I) chose the second option and left the streets, as we already "scared" the government and prevented them from demolishing the park which triggered the whole thing when the government decided to demolish and replace it with a shopping mall.
It was a good experience, i personally "resisted" against the police along with the conservationists, the leftists, the gay/lesbian/transexual(...) groups etc. Saved lives, and was saved by people who would call me "devil" just few days before the whole thing began, because of my political views. Thus i see this protests in a different way: it was not an attemption to change the government, it was not a mere riot, but it was a "sign", it was a "consequence", not a "start". My generation is more "open minded" in all aspects, and so our political standing is different than the equivalents in our past. "Labels" are still "leftist", "nationalist" bla bla, but the essence of the ideas has changed it seems, my generation has a new "spirit". And we showed that, which made me really happy: My father was shot by a man just because he supported a different ideology. Now, perhaps i was on the same side with that man's children.
Now, i don't think these protests etc. will give birth to a new movement. Instead, (which i appreciate) it will cause all political parties to change themselves. Even the government, it seems. Just, everyone participated in or supported, now should keep the "fire" alive and spread it, thus we can experience a change in a appropriate way: Without killing or getting killed. I am hopeful, all signs show this to me.