Hello dear friends! Developments continue apace and the good work goes on. Right, to it.
First up. Last week we published a more contemporary episode of Unmasking the Revolution: Expat's serrated wit and Monsieur's poignant reports on the state of France are not to be missed. We haven’t had a chance to announce the special episode on the site -- until now. Consider it “announced”.
Secondly but by no means less significant we are proud to give you another podcast episode, more historical, vitally historical. In one sense an expose, in another sense an exercise in plain seeing, this episode commences to examine item by item and, event by event those (organized and trained for) bloody calamities of 1789.
Thirdly, happily, although it is taking longer than expected to reach those craving the message, we are reaching you all one mind at a time. We'd like to ask you all who've contacted us to please just allow a little extra time for a response. It may seem slow but rest assured there’s nothing more important to us reaching our audience, we're honored each time you choose to bring this program into your home.
And one last and very important bulletin point: We wish to extend a special welcome to our quickly growing audience in the capital region of the Philippines, Manila. We are very glad indeed to have you all on board the good ship Legitimacy. God bless you and keep you all, you're all most welcome!
Greetings from all of us here -- Expat, Monsieur, and myself MC -- to you all and the very warmest of Easter wishes. I've always loved Eastertide, certainly for its vibrant enthusiasm of Christ's victory, but also as it serves as a kind of mild and balmy door to the warmer summer days ahead. It's a splendid time of year, but it has been too busy for those of us laboring to make public the preeminent truth of our time:
The French Revolution was as much about freedom as a breaking and entering, ,murder and theft, home invasion-style robbery.
People will of course use their own metrics, but by my measure any government that does not commit genocide on its own people is a few pegs up on the freedom-omoter.
There is much more to say and it ought to be said so stand by -- an announcement episode goes up tomorrow and more of those thought-provoking and blood curdling sojourns into the truth you all feel in your soul will air next week. May God bless you all, and may He forever maintain and defend the House of Bourbon--the evicted watchmen of a Christendom being ransacked.
Freemasons conspiring - check. Manipulated by the Illuminati - check. Ferocious espionage and counter intelligence - check. Massive sums of money being laundered and ferreted away (à blanchir de l'argent) - check. An entire country's food supplies being stolen - check. A happy ending - put an 'X' through it.
This is not the latest Hollywood spy thriller's promo (they've long since given those up for saccharine and gender-fluid super-people).
This is the story of a few weeks, all said and done, in 1789. This is a brief summary of the months leading up to the Masonic Insurrection, Orleans Rebellion, the St. Solanus Day Massacre: name it whatever you wish. But, please, do throw away the tired and false idea of any 'French Revolution'. To say nothing of the fact that this was a premeditated criminal conspiracy and not a spontaneous 'revolution' - we give the names, dates, and persons confirming that truth this episode - how can a wine-bar putsch by several hundred debauched super-wealthy men (at most) even be mentioned on the same page of what a 'Revolution' is purported to be?
Oh, yes, that's right: the revolutionists have filled our once wholesome world with lies.
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