The extended version is something like this: "to accurately say how things are (or how the world is) is to be truly revolutionary, to say how things (or how the world) should be merely reactionary." Or "to accurately see things as they really are is to be truly revolutionary..." Who wrote this? I remember reading it long ago but I'm at a loss as to who wrote it. I've searched Orwell, Marx, Matthew Arnold, Wilde, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and a few others. Can't find it.