posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 08:13 PM
Im still gonna mistake gun metal grey /silver ballons for ducks in shooting season !!! No guns or revolutionary thoughts here Mr Officer , I promise
Let me ask a question , Is a revolution only a revolution when its a well paid illuminati Cause ?
“If one desires to point to a major world event proven to have been inspired by secret society machinations, one need look no further than the
French Revolution, which devastated that nation between 1787 and 1799. Revolutionary leaders, in seeking to overthrow the decadent monarchy of King
Louis XVI, launched the first national revolution of modern times.
note..Napoleon was 18 yrs old when this revolution started , Then the french (Illuminati)took over all of Europe , But in 1812, they were crushed by
the russians , saving europe ..hmm
Although popularly believed to have begun due to a public uprising over lack of food and government representation, the record is quite clear that
the revolution was instigated by cells of French Masonry and the German Illuminati.
The New Encyclopedia Britannica tells us that in France there arose a political system and a philosophical outlook that no longer took
Christianity for granted, that in fact explicitly opposed it… The brotherhood taught by such groups as the Freemasons, members of secret fraternal
societies, and the Illuminati, a rationalist secret society, provided a rival to the Catholic sense of community.”
Secret society researcher and author Nesta H. Webster was even more pointed, writing in 1924, “[The Masonic book A Ritual and Illustrations of
Freemasonry] contains the following passage, ‘The Masons… originated the Revolution with the infamous Duke of Orleans at their head.’”
Author Bramley wrote, “During the first French Revolution, a key rebel leader was the Duke of Orleans, who was grand master of French Masonry
before his resignation at the height of the Revolution. Marquis de Lafayette, the man who had been initiated into the Masonic fraternity by George
Washington, also played an important role in the French revolutionary cause. The Jacobin Club, which was the radical nucleus of the French
revolutionary movement, was founded by prominent Freemasons.”
-Jim Marrs, Rule By Secrecy
I say whatever will be will be , Revolution My Friend, is in the Eye of the Beholder !