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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Who is responsible for French Revolution?- Bastile Day conspiracy !

Lies being taught;

Causes of French revolution;
1. An unmanageable national debt.
2. Food scarcity in the years immediately before the revolution
3. Peasants resented Royal absolutism and extravagancy.

Now the truth;

The Illuminati simply wanted to abolish all forms of ordered government, patriotism, religion and the family to finally set up a world government where they owned and controlled everything.

Upright people would never work for such an abhorrent program, so they marketed the words: “Liberty, Equality and fraternity”

The Illuminati used ideologies of Nihilism, Liberalism, Fascism and to market new ideologies of Marxism and Communism, whereas they themselves were perfectly independent of all ideology.

A conference was held at Mayer Amschel Rothschild's castle in Wilhelmsbad on the 16th July 1782, where the freemasons and Illuminati forged a complete alliance. In this way, the leading secret societies began a closer co-operation with the Illuminati. Thereby, Weishaupt gained no less than three million tools to work with. In time, the Illuminati were to bring death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people.

At the Masonic conference in Wilhelmsbad, a decision to murder Louis XVI of France and Gustavus III of Sweden was made. (Charles de Hericault, "La Revolution", p. 104.)

The initiative for this conference was Jewish. (A. Cowan, "The X Rays in Freemasonry", London, 1901, p. 122.) A decision to murder emperor Leopold of Austria was also made at the conference. He was poisoned on the 1st March 1792 by the Jewish Freemason Martinowitz. Gustavus III of Sweden was murdered the same month.

The Freemasons had gathered in Lyon in 1778 to discuss the coming revolution. Further congresses were held in Paris in 1785 and 1787 and in Frankfurt am Main (where Rothschild had his bank) in 1786. The Illuminati sought control over the press and began placing their infiltrators behind the scenes as "experts". The Order also wanted to influence schools.  See source

Honre-Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de Mirabeau, a leading revolutionary, indeed espoused ideals which were identical with Adam Weishaupt, founder of Bavarian Illuminized Masonry. In personal papers Mirabeau called for the overthrow of all order, all laws, and all power to "leave the people in anarchy." He said the public must be promised "power to the people" and lower taxes but never given real power "for the people as legislators are very dangerous as they only establish laws which coincide with their passions." He said the clergy should be destroyed by "ridiculing religion."

First phase: At the Assembly of Notables in 1787, Philippe was most vocal anti-royalist. Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans the French Grand Master of French Freemasons is accused of buying and hoarding all the grain thereby raising its price. On top of it French debt is rising due to support to American war of independence, interest has to be paid to Jewish Bankers and treasury is empty. King proposes to raise taxes.

June-July 1788:
Insurrection at Grenoble. Bernadotte, who was accused of firing the first shot or shot that killed a civilian leading to public outcry against King was a Freemason. 

8th August 1788:
Louis XVI convokes État-général to hear grievances.

5th May 1789:

Opening of the État-général at Versailles.

17th June 1789:

Representatives of the tiers état form a National Assembly swearing not to leave until a new constitution is established. In the Second Estate Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans the Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Orient de France headed the liberal minority under the guidance of Adrien Duport, and led forty-seven noblemen and fellow freemasons who seceded from their own estate and joined the Third Estate. (wiki)

23rd June 1789:

King rejects Resolutions of the tiers etat.

9th July 1789:

National Assembly declares itself Constituent Assembly.

12th July 1789:

Necker is dismissed. 50,000 citizens arm themselves with pikes and form National Guard.

14th July 1789:

Armed citizens storm and capture the Bastille. The Royal court accused Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans the Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Orient de France with able help of fellow Freemasons of being the master minds behind storming of the Bastille. On July 14, 1789, after four hours of combat, the insurgents seized the Bastille prison, killing Marquis Bernard de Launay and several of his guard. The Parisians released only seven prisoners (some say five), four forgers, two lunatics, and a sexual offender –Their names and backgrounds remain unknown till today. What led to their freedom, who wanted it and what was their role past and future in French revolution? Why was it so important to free these seven/five prisoners or any particular one of them remains a secret. prévôt des marchands (roughly, mayor) Jacques de Flesselles who may have known these facts was conveniently assassinated en route to an ostensible trial at the Palais Royal, which was under control of Louis Philippe II and thus removed from the scene effectively silencing him to speak at trial. 

15th July 1789:
Lafayette who led French army in American revolution and a freemason was appointed Commander of National Guard.

17th July 1789:

‘Great Fear’ begins as peasants revolt across France.

5-11 August 1789:

National Assembly decrees abolition of feudalism.

26th August 1789:

National Assembly decrees Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen.

September 1789:
The Louis Philippe II, the French Grand Master of French Freemasons is alleged to have bought all food and deliberately withheld grain from the people of Paris leading to shortage of food that being a direct cause of the October march on Versailles.

5th October 1789:

A Parisian crowd, composed mostly of rough women working in the markets selling fish, marched to Versailles in response to the scarcity of bread. Members of the National Guard followed the march. Lafayette led the National Guard army to Versailles. That evening, Lafayette replaced most of the royal bodyguards with National Guardsmen. At dawn, the crowd broke into the palace. Before it succeeded in entering the queen's bedroom, Marie Antoinette fled to the king's apartments. Lafayette took the royal family onto the palace balcony and attempted to restore order. At the balcony, King Louis simply appeared, and everyone started chanting "Vive le Roi!". Then when Marie Antoinette appeared people shouted to shoot her, but when she stood her ground facing almost certain death, no one opened fire. After several seconds and the lowering of muskets, people started to chant "Vive la Reine!" ("Long live the Queen"). The Duke of orlean’s The Louis Philippe II, the French Grand Master is also thought to have lied about his whereabouts when the Palace at Versailles was stormed in the early hours of the morning on the 6th of October, having stated he was at the General Assembly in Paris, yet several witnesses (including the Marquise de la Tour du Pin) saw him lead the bloodthirsty mob to a staircase leading to the Queen's bedroom, protected by Swiss Guards. La Fayette ultimately persuaded the king to accede to the demand of the crowd that the monarchy relocate to Paris.

6th October
King and the royal family moved from Versailles to Paris under the "protection" of the National Guards, thus legitimizing the National Assembly.

2nd November 1789:

Appropriation of all Church Property. Why? (Remember the Pope Clements’s decree in concert with French King Louis Philippe IV which opened on October 13, 1307 against Knight Templar’s predecessors of Freemasons.)

28th January 1790:

Removal of civil disabilities against Jews. Why? (This is another proof that French Revolution was Zionist led, Zionist sponsored and Zionist Financed.

13th February 1790:
Suppression of Christian orders and vows. This is another evidence that French Revolution was Zionist led, Zionist sponsored and Zionist Financed.

19th June 1790:
Abolition of nobility and titles. (Remember the Pope Clements’s decree in concert with French King Louis Philippe IV which opened on October 13, 1307 against Knight Templar’s predecessors of Freemasons.)

14th July 1790:

Civil Constitution, subordinating the Church to the civil government, inaugurated by Louis XVI.

30th January 1791:
Mirabeau elected President of the French Assembly.

2nd March 1791:

Abolition of Royal guilds and monopolies.

21st June 1791:
Louis XVI attempts to flee to Varennes but is recognised and forcibly returned to Paris.

15th July 1791:

Assembly declares King inviolable and restores his prerogatives.

17th July 1791:

National Guard fires on crowd protesting against restoration of the King.

13th September 1791:

King formally accepts Constitution.

30th September 1791:

Constituent Assembly dissolves.

1st October 1791:

Legislative Assembly commences.

9th November 1791:

Civil marriage and divorce instituted. Assembly orders all émigrés to return under pain of death.

11th November 1791:

King vetoes Assembly’s ruling on émigrés.

January-March 1791:

Food riots across Paris.

9th February 1791:

Property of émigrés forfeited.

7th April 1792:
Alliance of Prussia and Austria.

20th April 1792:

France declares war on Austria, but French army flees at sight of the enemy.

30th April 1792:
France invades Austrian Netherlands.


Rise of Jacobins; Political group of extreme radicalism and violence. Formed in 1789 as the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, it was known as the Jacobin Club because it met in a former convent of the Dominicans (known in Paris as Jacobins). Grand Master of French Freemasons, Louis Philippe opened the Palais-Royal head quarters of French Freemasonry to the Jacobins as a refuge from royalist censors. This palace, which was exempt from government censorship, allowed Jacobins to meet in Paris not only to discuss and debate revolution but also to print and distribute pamphlets to other Parisians. Philippe's inheritance of the Palais-Royal allowed him the ability to house a massive number of Jacobins. Only blocks away from the Tuileries Palace, where the King had been placed after being ousted from Versailles. 

10th August 1792:
The Tuileries was defended by King’s swiss guards. The Jacobins decided that it was time to storm the Tuileries, imprison and depose the king and proclaim the republic. They called on revolutionary city of Marseilles to send men ‘who know how to die’ to lead an attack on Tuileries. Six hundred volunteers set out from Marseilles, led by Francois Joseph Westermann, a Freemason. As they Mrched they sang the Chant de l’armee du Rhin composed by another Freemason Rouget de Lisle in honor of French Army at Rhine. After the men from Marseilles had sung it on their march to Paris, the song became known as La Marseillaise.

With the help of men from Marseilles, revolutionary fighters of Jacobins storm the Tuileries Palace, massacring the Swiss Guard, and the King imprisoned at Temple prison. The ‘Temple’ Prison had another connection to Freemasonry. It was built by Knight Templar’s (predecessors of Freemasons) in 12th Century as their European headquarters of Knight Templar’s. Temple prison was destroyed in 1808 as it had become pilgrimage for royalists.

19th August 1792:

Lafayette flees to Austria. Invasion of France by Coalition troops led by Duke of Brunswick.

22nd August 1792:

Royalist riots in the Vendée, Britanny; armies suffer setbacks at Langwy and Verdun.

20th September 1792:

1st session of national convention. French troop stop invading armies at Valmy. 

December 1792:
Louis XVI brought to trial, appears before the National Convention (11 & 23 December). Robespierre argues that "Louis must die, so that the country may live". Danton said: “The Kings of Europe are attacking us; let us throw down to them, as a challenge, the head of a King”. A resolution finding Louis Guilty of treason and rejecting the idea of an appeal to the people of France by Plebiscite was carried by 426 votes to 278, the decision to impose death penalty was carried by 387 to 314. A deputy then proposed that what to do with Louis XVI be postponed indefinitely. This was defeated by361 votes to 360 a single vote that of Philippe Duke of Orleans and grand Master of French Freemasons.  On 20 January, a resolution that the death sentence should be immediately carried out was passed by 380 to 310 votes.

21st January 1793:

Louis XVI Guillotined. Father Edgeworth who accompanied King Louis XVI to guillotine states thus; “I heard him pronounce distinctly these memorable words: "I die innocent of all the crimes laid to my charge; I Pardon those who have occasioned my death; and I pray to God that the blood you are going to shed may never be visited on France."”

As soon as the guillotine fell, an anonymous Freemason leaped on the scaffolding, plunged his hand into the blood, splashed drips of it onto the crown, and shouted, "Jacques de Molay, tu es vengé!" (usually translated as, "Jacques de Molay, thou art avenged"). De Molay (died 1314), the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, had reportedly cursed Louis' ancestor Philip the Fair, after the latter had sentenced him to burn at the stake based on false confessions. Source

After the coup d'etat in France, Cagliostro stated from his prison cell in Italy that he also knew of the Illuminati conspiracy that was aimed at various thrones as well as altars throughout Europe.

Among the Zionist bankers who are said to have helped finance the French Revolution are Daniel Itzig (1722-1799), David Friedlander (1750-1834), Herz Cerfbeer (1730-1793), Benjamin Goldsmid (1755- 1808), Abraham Goldsmid (1756-1810), and Moses Mocatta (1768- 1857), partner of the Goldsmid brothers, and uncle of Sir Moses Montefiore (Olivia Marie O'Grady, "The Beasts of the Apocalypse", First Amendment Press, 2001, p. 123). All were connected to the Illuminati.

Source; Occult Theocracy  by Lady Queensborough, and L'Anti-Semitisme by the Jew Bernard Lazare, 1894.

“Webster noted, "All the revolutionaries of the Constituent Assembly were initiated into the third degree" of Illuminized Masonry, including revolutionary leaders such as the Duke of Orleans, Valance, Lafayette, Mirabeau, Garat, Marat, Robespierre, Danton, and Desmoulins.” Source.

The more the enemies of ‘revolution’ blamed Freemasons for American and French Revolution, the more revolutionary Freemasons became. If Masonic lodges were places where revolutions were planned than that was the place for ardent young revolutionaries to be. And so began a cycle of revolutions all across Europe more on it later;


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