re the fetishisation of Marie Antoinette as a vapid tyrant:
They’re larping around as an innocent woman who got decapitated as if it’s a joke. Like no, you whores, people died. Innocent men, women and children, it was a tragedy felt even across the pond with their former enemies (the English). They were murdered in cold blood by proto-Commies and you’re acting like this particular icon ‘deserved it’ because her role expected her to be a clotheshorse. WTF is wrong with the Republic’s trashy, skanky women? They don’t understand monarchy (to this day*) and think they’re playing dress-up. No, princess and queen means something real here. Those were real people, some of their relatives are still living. It would be like if they dressed up as camp rescues by the Allies or the doomed Romanov girls. WTF. Ghastly (usually black) trash.
The Right wing shouldn’t let this go without comment. This is picking up the pace as part of their humiliation plan.
“It is unclear for certain if and how many children were subjected to the guillotine during the French Revolution, but some sources imply that they did in fact guillotine children.”
muh freedom from tyranny (bitch just MOVE)
muh pro-science atheistkult
“Anyone with any suspected connection to the elite ruling parties were typically beheaded, including prominent scientists like Antoine Lavoisier, so it could reasonably be assumed that the revolutionaries would have been willing to use the device on innocent children.”
Rip-off your own gorey culture, you absolute, anti-white whores – oh wait.
You don’t have any.
We’re encouraged to dispense with her title Queen in referring to her, for God’s sake. But you apply it to a fat singer? Really, America?
They’re mocking us, to our face, AND picking up the pace of it. Could you imagine the insensitivity of white people wearing mock shackles used on blacks?? As a ‘fashion statement’?
She was smarter than her husband, frankly. It took a con artist stealing a necklace, as her, to bring her down publicly (aka not her fault). Read on, it’s real history.
“I was a queen, and you took away my crown; a wife, and you killed my husband; a mother, and you deprived me of my children. My blood alone remains: take it, but do not make me suffer long.”
“It is the nature of human beings, and especially of the mediocre ones, to wish to change everything. They desire it all the more because they know popularity will accrue rather to those who disturb than to those who maintain order.”
Describing Cultural Marxism before it was formalised.
Chaos is a ladder ripped this off.
“There is nothing new except what has been forgotten.”
SO VAPID RIGHT.
“Courage! I have shown it for years; think you I shall lose it at the moment when my sufferings are to end?”
“We had a beautiful dream and that was all. The interest of my son is the only guide I have, and whatever happiness I could achieve by being free of this place I cannot consent to separate my self from him. I could not have any pleasure in the world if I abandoned my children. I do not even have any regrets.”
BUT MUH ALL SHE CARED ABOUT WAS DRESSES.
HOLLYWOOD WOULD NEVER LIE.
“No one understands my ills, nor the terror that fills my breast, who does not know the heart of a mother.”
muh but I’m a fan of her ‘style’
“No, do not love me, it is better to give me death!”
muh ‘But poor people hated her’
LET US SEE:
historical record to the rescue!
June 14 1773
MY DEAREST MOTHER,
On Tuesday I had a fête [party] which I shall never forget all my life. We made our entrance into
Paris. As for honors, we received all that we could possibly imagine; but they, though very well
in their way, were not what touched me most. What was really affecting was the kindness and
sincerity of the poor people, who, in spite of the taxes with which they are overwhelmed, were
transported with joy at seeing us. When we went to walk in the Tuileries [gardens], there was so
vast a crowd that we were three-quarters of an hour without being able to move either forward or
backward. Such excellent order was kept the whole day that, in spite of the enormous crowd
which followed us everywhere, not a person was hurt. When we returned from our walk we went
up to an open terrace and stayed there half an hour. I cannot describe to you, my dear mamma,
the transports of joy and affection which every one exhibited towards us. Before we withdrew we
kissed our hands to the people, which gave them great pleasure. What a happy thing it is for
persons in our rank to gain the love of a whole nation so cheaply. Yet there is nothing so
precious; I felt it thoroughly, and shall never forget it.
(They) lied about her.
Her son, Louis-Charles, was locked in a dark, fetid chamber where he was fed meager rations, prevented from seeing any outside visitors and physically abused by his jailers.
Isolated and scared, the boy began to display signs of emotional instability,
likely exacerbated by the false accusation he was forced to give by his jailers that he had been sexually molested by his mother and aunt, Louis XVI’s sister. That false evidence was used during Marie’s trial, a charge his heartbroken mother fiercely denied. Following a grueling two-day trial, Marie was found guilty of crimes against the state and followed her husband to the guillotine on October 16, 1793.
Less than two years later, in June 1795, 10-year-old Louis-Charles died, likely from tuberculosis worsened by his mistreatment. A sympathetic physician smuggled the child’s heart out of the prison following his autopsy, where it set out on a centuries-long odyssey, being passed to royal relations across the continent before finally coming to rest alongside his parents’ graves in the church of Saint-Denis in Paris in the 20 century.
“Henceforth no Jew, no matter under what name, will be allowed to remain here without my written permission. I know of no other troublesome pest within the state than this race, which impoverished the people by their fraud, usury and money-lending and commits all deeds which an honorable man despises. Subsequently they have to be removed and excluded from here as much as possible.”
“If I could wish for immortality on earth, it would only be for the power of relieving the distressed.”