At Annecy the women have cut down the liberty pole and burnt the archives of the club and commune. Rude familiarity takes the place of monarchical politeness; all greet each other as equals and comrades. There are twelve thousand of them and the lists are not yet complete. On the promenades they huddle together and jostle each other in one alley; the same when there is more space. Under the tyranny of material things, which is as oppressive as the tyranny of men, Man falls below himself. We force mothers to take their daughters to the meetings of popular clubs.
Signatures of twenty thousand Lyonnese of all classes, August 17th. It was once named 67e Demi-Brigade de Bataille or 67e Regiment d'Infanterie de Ligne but never Soissons something. Today, the village lays still as if only a few minutes have passed by since the killings, nothing was changed or moved. Later she was the only person able to explain what really happened in this small and ordinary quiet village. The judges of the revolutionary tribunal, completed on the 3rd of August, obtain from forty-seven to sixty-five votes. In like manner, to restore Man to his normal attitude, you must handle him roughly.
Their education, from ten to sixteen, is to be military and agricultural. Speech by Robespierre, May 10, 1793. Nothing is more dangerous than a general idea in narrow and empty minds: as they are empty, it finds no knowledge there to interfere with it; as they are narrow it is not long before it occupies the place entirely. Besides, one may ask why should there be witnesses? The city of Caen which was destroyed at almost 70% and then liberated by the Canadian forces has many memorial places with guided tours of the landing beaches, the artificial port of Arromanches and museums. With him, as with us, abstract truths of philosophy control the conscience and govern the will. Each pulls his own way, nobody cares for others, all are egoists; social interests have miscarried. Penalty of death against the manufacturer who does not verify the daily use of his workable material.
We apply on a grand scale the plan of education drawn out by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The members of the Committee of Security obtain from twenty-two to one hundred and thirteen votes. Unoffical figures mention 200 thosand people being taken away for the forced labour with 50 thousand escaping, many of whom join the resitance. It submits again on the 19th of September. Every citizen possessing blue or green cloaks is required to declare them at the depot of municipality or other locality where he may chance to be. They issue from it fatally, each in its turn, and under the pressure of circumstances, at first anarchical consequences and now despotic consequences. Two distortions of the natural man.
Papers of the 'Committee of Public Safety. The question involved is truth. Report by Robespierre, on the principles which should guide the National Convention in the internal administration of the Republic, February 5, 1794. Address of a Lyonais to the patriot soldiers under Kellerman. Separated from the other, these two parts of its nature have not acquired the sentiment of community; they do not know, like their brethren of the prairies, how to help each other and subordinate private interests to the interests of the flock.
Besides this, we honor the important days of the Revolution, the taking of the Bastille, the fall of the Throne, the punishment of the tyrant, the expulsion of the Girondins. The National Convention shall be requested to give it another name. Sole possessor of land, capital and the necessities of life, he imposes conditions which others, deprived of means, are forced to accept at the risk of starvation; he speculates at his discretion on wants which cannot be put off, and makes the most of his monopoly by maintaining the poor in their destitute situations. A ghost village and very emotional place to be. He cares only for his own interest, he gives no heed to public necessities; he sees none of the superior rights which take precedence of his derived right; he supposes that his property is his own without restriction or condition; he forgets that, if he is allowed to use it, he must not use it to another's detriment. Guard-mounting was continued, but the citizens performing this service were, with very few exceptions, armed with pikes, and these again were not fully entrusted to them; each man, on quitting his post, gave up his arms more punctually than if he had been bound to do so through capitulation with a victorious enemy.
This fighting force was not only built of French men, but aslo, men from Senegal, Chad, Cameroon, Algeria, Marocoo and Tunisia. All children will dress alike up to sixteen years of age; from twenty-one to twenty-five, they will dress as soldiers, if they are not in the magistracy. But so great is the indignation of the citizens, Tallien and his three colleagues dare not enter before the 16th of October. Of a number of those who have thus purchased their lives there are some who did not deserve to die and who, nevertheless, were threatened with death. Others state that they were content to see people to give their judgment; physical inspection alone determined them to vote death. They must not eat meat before sixteen. .
Children will learn to read in the Declaration of Rights and in the Constitution of 1793. Speech of Cambon, July 11. In a democracy under construction, every effort should be made to free people from having to battle for the bare minimum needed for survival; by labor if he is fit for work, by education if he is a child, or with public assistance if he is an invalid or in old age. Now, thanks to the schism among them, we already know who they are, and, in each commune, the list is made out. The object now is to form the citizen, and this is possible only through a leveling of conditions.