by Maximilien Robespierre

This was a leader who knew how to get things done. The ugly, necessary things. It ended badly, so beware his mistakes but admire his will.


“Peoples do not judge in the same way as courts of law; they do not hand down sentences, they throw thunderbolts; they do not condemn kings, they drop them back into the void; and this justice is worth just as much as that of the courts.”

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2 Comments to “by Maximilien Robespierre”

  1. mmm….But what if such popular justice comes at the hands of not social inferiors, but genetic inferiors? Is it still as valid? If not, we have to ask if it is valid for the lower IQ lower classes to extrajudicially judge their ethnic aristocracy. Are they not destroying the representation of their highest potential?

    • Good question.
      Social “inferiors” get quotation marks, as they are deemed inferiors by elites holding status only because of family connections.
      Genetic inferiors are scientifically inferior. HBD’ers point to replicable IQ tests on blacks proving they have lower IQs.

      There is justification for social inferiors removing ensconced elites, but none for genetic inferiors, which is why there are vastly differing results when comparing the Mexican revolution(s) to the American Revolution.

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