Yes, people will mobilize.
Think it's more futility, mostly because of this:
“I think we’re headed for at least an 8.7° C global average temperature rise within the next decade.” Guy McPherson (not saying he's right; don't know; but that it's even being said by a prof emeritus.)
Also futile per this quote set:
"In general, the men of lower intelligence won out. Afraid of their own shortcomings and of the intelligence of their opponents, so that they would not lose out in reasoned argument or be taken by surprise by their quick-witted opponents, they boldly moved into action. Their enemies, on the contrary, contemptuous and confident in their ability to anticipate, thought there was no need to take by action what they could win by their brains." – Thucydides 460 – 395 BCE
Phillip Tetlock tweet, 1.23.17: "straight from Machiavelli: Lions make history. And the hedgehogs and foxes quarrel over how best to make sense of what the lions have done"
That tweet references this from Karl Rove:
"We're the empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality--judiciously, as you will--we'll act again, creating other realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors... and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."
Makes me rage, and simultaneously, painfully, see the truth in what Rove is saying. But again, per McPherson, etc.; what's the point of revolution, violent or not.
Wrote these a few years back:
Collapse Sensing: http://ow.ly/DNkY306ZYEP
My Letter of Resignation: http://ow.ly/FkOt308iRjM