1789 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
The French Revolution is a period of radical upheaval in France.
Unlike America’s Revolution, which put limits on government power, the atheistic radicals of France seek total power. Their rallying cries of “Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality” are empty words that attract gullible mobs.
政府の権力に限界を置くアメリカ革命とは異なり、無神論的なフランスの勢力は総力を求める。 彼らの “自由、兄弟、平等”の叫び声は、暴力的な暴力団を引き付ける空の言葉です。
The revolution leads to the rise of the mad killer Robespierre, and the Jacobins. From 1793-1794, the “Committee of Public Safety” operates as the dictatorship of France. A “Reign of Terror” is unleashed. King Louis XVI, Queen Marie Antoinette, and 40,000 others are executed, mostly by public guillotine. The Jacobin mobs single-out priests, nuns, and the wealthy for special brutality. The Jacobins (forerunners of the Communists) are eventually displaced by more sensible elements of the revolution. Robespierre himself is executed. The “Directory” will control France from 1795-1799 as the monarchies of Europe wage a war against Republican France. Though historians portray The Revolution as a “spontaneous uprising” of the oppressed, the funding of the movement, and the disciplined organization of the radicals, suggest otherwise. Was Rothschild money behind the revolt? Could this be the meaning of the French Revolution’s theme color, red? (Rothschild is German for “Red Shield”). Many more “spontaneous” red revolts will follow over the centuries to come.