Robespierre: A Devil's King: Inhumane And Evil

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A demon’s wings that is colored white is the most frightening of all. He who strongly believes that his ideal is just, right and for the good of the people; but in the eyes of so many people, what he does is inhumane and evil; thus comparable to a demon. Robespierre is someone that describes the earlier statements. He thinks his belief is right but the wrong aspect about this is he clings too much on that belief that he forgets reality. In reality, his contribution is terrorizing the people and tarnishing the values of the government. He turn the color of the sky from blue to black. People are scared and helpless. They are just waiting for the time when they will have an injustice death. It is a fact that before, all his ideals were for the betterment of the society. In the past, he doesn’t support death penalty and he fights for the rights of the poor. But for some reasons, all of the earlier statements he said has been changed. He now supports death penalty and believes it as “just.” Most of the people dying are not guilty but are mostly poor people who didn’t do anything but are punished to death. In conclusion, he doesn’t see the whole picture. Rather than seeing how he made many innocents die, he sees it is a solution for a strong revolutionary government. The doings of a demon is very deadly because that demon can influence other people especially all those who supported him. He justified and proved that what he is doing is “right” by doing speeches and even

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