History will forever regard me as the "incorruptible". There has never been another whose honor was more unquestionable, morality irreproachable, and sense of justice unquestionable. It was n as tubal that destiny would choose me to help overthrow the tyrant king Louis and bring democracy to France. My cohorts and i ended the divine right of kings and established the committee of public safety, a measure aimed at protecting the newly established republic against foreign attacks and internal rebellion. We were to establish a new age where our nation would be governed by the will of the people. But it was not to be. France continued to be plagued with numerous problems that put a halt to our revolution. Members of the royal family and their cohorts aimed to regain their power, an increasingly corrupt and decadent church more concerned with maintain their lands than the good of the nation, counter revolutionaries made up of citizens who were unable or unwilling to embrace my vision. These issues sadly forced me to enact many harsh policies as the head of the committee in order to protect the revolution and it's ideals. The greatest snub came from the treachery of my own allies. Men that I thought were with me, who i fought with, ate with, who proved to be too weak to follow through with our cause. Now that I am dead, I have had time to reflect on my decisions. France would have been a bastion of enlightenment and prosperity had it not been for my betrayal. How could I have directed the committee to maintain my grip on power?