Are the Monarchy Evil
Are the Monarchy evil?
I found this amazing thread on another website, and I think the opinions in the thread are very highly valid.
Too often what we see in the papers and online are not the real thing, the real things are happening behind the scenes and they are often some of the worst, most horrific things, some of these people are the worst sort of people and do the worst sort of things.
I can always remember the Paul Bernardo can Carla Homolca case, fairytale wedding, and in the background, these two psychopaths were doing the worst things, to innocent young girls. They did some of the most horrific things, but to everyone else who saw them, they saw them as the right sort of people, always doing the right sort of things, but it was far from the truth.
The world saw them one way, fairytale wedding, with a carriage ride, a real prince for his princess, but behind the scenes they were nothing of the sort. They were the sort of people that nightmares are made of, monsters who should have been removed from decent society.
They did the sort of things to innocent people that should never have been allowed to happen, if a stop had been put to them, then maybe the correct things would have happened, but when the police showed up, all they saw were the surface couple, they couldn’t see the monsters below, and so Christine French, didn’t survive those outcomes, so yeah I think it’s possible that people have to understand this stuff and be willing to look below the surface.
Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka
By Marilyn Bardsley
A Lavish Wedding
Karla and Paul on their wedding day in the limo
Despite his concerns, he went through with it and married Karla in a huge, lavish wedding. “Their wedding was going to be perfect. The historic church in Niagara-on-the-Lake with the white horses and the carriage, champagne, a sit-down dinner for one hundred and fifty guests with veal-stuffed pheasant at Queen’s Landing, no expense spared.” (Stephen Williams)
Paul had carefully controlled every detail of the wedding from Karla’s $US 2,000 wedding dress to her hairstyle to the menu and to the inclusion of “love, honor and obey” in Karla’s wedding vow. He would not allow the minister to pronounce them “husband and wife.” It had to be “man and wife.”[/quote]
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSNmCHowXqL8SS0X7jVoEWHxrgYFkBdUmsJOpBubSHCysKgImxGzDAZPpsDiAPaul Bernardo and Karla Homolka
I look back at these wedding images of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, and then the innocent faces of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy, and realize that sometime monsters lie in plain sight and we often don’t recognize them for what they are.
Tammy Lyn Homolka, Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French. Never forgotten.
If we do not learn from history, we are too often prone to repeat the same mistakes of the past. Let’s not be so blind that we are unable to see what lies below the surface, and let’s never be so complacent that we allow the monsters in our society to hide behind those masks of gentility.