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Petition - Trial of Capet!

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  • #31
    Citoyen Jacques-Tac opines at a cafe. "A trial of the Capets by the Herbertists that rule by whatever means that will keep their pathetic minority in power would be a hatchet job useful only to the Herbertist elites. I see no reason for elites to try other elites....it should wait until a proper time."
    Tacitos, Satrap of Kyrene

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    • #32
      Poll closed!!!!

      Trial of Capet is postponed...

      Although I'm sure that not everybody will be pleased by this
      Death is nothing, but to live defeated and inglorious is to die daily.- Napoleon

      It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.- Herman Melville

      Aut viam inveniam aut faciam

      BORG

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      • #33
        And good riddance too!
        France has better things to do than to indulge in the hobby of those Herbertist clowns of putting everybody on trial.
        BoRG

        You may not be interested in War, but War is interested in You - Leon Trotski, June 1919.

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        • #34
          WTF? Why did I vote yes?

          Geez good thing they lost, sorry guys
          "I am the Lorax, and I'll yell and I'll shout for the fine things on earth that are on their way out!"

          ~Dr. Seuss, The Lorax


          "The trouble with Scotland...is that it's full of Scots!"

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ShAA View Post
            Perhaps you could disclose to everyone how you found your support among a bunch of eggheads with the help of a frenzied scribe?


            Please don't speak too loud or you might actually remind the very People you're speaking about that you're still alive and not guillotined.



            Have you already changed your undergarments with your cellmates, by the way?
            Insulting Parisians of being eggheads? Are you saying that they are not wise enough to decide who to vote for in QL?

            And you haven't answered the question - like other Hebertistes don't seem to like answering my questions - about the blood on your hands?

            The same hands, we all known, that planted the forged letter on the body of the most respectable Girondin, Citoyen Bernadotte...How much did you pay for the forgery Citoyen ShAA?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Cyberknight View Post
              A trial is the only means of determining the facts and assuring true justice for the people of France.

              Surely no one opposes truth and justice for the Capet and for France?
              The Parlement of Paris, a specialised court from the Curia Regis, is a significant contributing factor for current state of affairs.
              There's a legacy of distrust of judges throughout France.
              "Stand for the flag ~ Kneel for the fallen"

              "A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer." ~ Bruce Lee

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              • #37


                What is still needed to convince you all that our dear former monarch should be put on trial?

                The crimes of Louis XVI are unhappily all too real. They are consistent, they are notorious. Do we even have to ask the question of whether a nation has the right to judge, and execute, its highest ranking public official . . . when, to more securely plot against the nation, he concealed himself behind a mask of hypocrisy?

                Or when, instead of using the authority confided to him to protect his countrymen, he used it to oppress them? Or when he turned the laws into an instrument of violence to crush the supporters of the Revolution? Or when he robbed the citizens of their gold in order to subsidize their foes, and robbed them of their subsistence in order to feed the barbarian hordes who came to slaughter them? Or when he created monopolies in order to create famine by drying up the sources of abundance so that the people might die in misery and hunger? Or when he declared himself the leader of the traitors and conspirators, and when he turned against the nation those arms he had received to defend it? Or when he hatched the plot to have the defenders of liberty slaughtered, and enchain the people once again? To even ask this question is an insult to reason, an outrage to justice, a perversion of nature.

                To doubt if a despot sullied with all possible crimes, or if a monster still covered with the blood of those friends of France whose slaughter he had commanded, can be brought to judgment and executed?

                To doubt this is to mock humanity and to abandon all sense of shame. . . .The Republic will ultimately falter under such weakness.

                Sergeant Clouseau, Enragé Pur Sang
                'Let them hate us so long as they fear us.' Caligula

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                • #38
                  Like you Hebertists are so fond of saying: too little, too late!


                  The poll is closed, take up your quarrel with you faction leaders, apparently they have deemed that is more important to debate the women's right to vote, and of course, they know better than you mere underlings.
                  CANNON, n.
                  An instrument employed in the rectification of national boundaries.

                  The Devil's Dictionary, Ambrose Bierce

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