On January 21, 1793, the last King of France Louis XVI was executed at Place de la Révolution in Paris. Even though officially he was convicted of high treason, there were other reasons which led France to the major crisis, which subsequently led King Louis XVI to the guillotine. Corruption, injustice, unfairness, exploitation, frivolousness of the ruling elite were rampant in France, which undeniably were the motive behind the bloody revolution regardless of having been exploited politically by other monarchies, especially the British Empire.
In the light of the Canadian political corruption, injustice, and the frivolousness of the ruling elite, I decided to learn more about the French revolution in order to be able to understand better the current crises in Canada based on the principle that history repeats itself.
Frankly speaking, I see many similarities between the decadence and corruption that has permeated into the Canadian politics, the judicial system, the fabric of society, the economic system, including corporations and the private business and the decadence and the degradation of the French politics prior to the revolution.
Historians say that one of the major mistakes of King Louis XVI was that he lost touch with the masses to the extent that he almost was isolated from the real world. At the same time, King Louis XVI failed to address the concerns of the masses or the commoners. Instead, he chose to please the elite with money and royal gifts. He preferred a band-aid solution instead of doing a much needed surgery in order to get rid of the disease, which was economic and political corruption.
By the same token, Canada has ended up with a political ruling elite which is corrupt, incompetent, well-paid and highly privileged, but whose job is to lie to the people, to deceive the masses, and at the same time, to sing nice songs to the King about the prosperity and the economic thriving as a band-aid solution.
In Canada, the concept of justice, rules, regulations, the respect for the formalities and protocols have been lost. The formal government is no more than a deceiving mask, which covers up the true ruling units, that is, the intelligence service.
In Canada, everything is done behind the scenes, the courts of law have been turned into the chambers of politics, the hiring departments of private companies have been turned into departments of the intelligence service and the corrupt politics, which use jobs and workplaces as means of political control.
In Canada, democracy has remained in nothing else except as a sickening slogan. With a government – the formal face of it and the spy agencies, controlling everything – courts of law, workplaces, hiring departments, finances, taxes, the military, the police and the prosecution service, CEOs of private corporations, and more importantly the media, Canada is in deep crises.