- A poor economic situation and an unmanageable national debt -
caused and exacerbated
by the burden of a grossly inequitable system of taxation and by the
involvement of the French Crown in the American Revolution against
- The Roman Catholic Church, the largest
landowner in the country, levied a harsh tax on crops
which worsened the plight of the poorest who faced a daily
struggle with malnutrition;
- The continued conspicuous consumption and massive spending of
Louis XVI (and other noblemen) despite
the financial burden on the populous.
- High unemployment and high bread prices caused
more money to be spent on food and less in other areas of the economy;
thus, less employment, higher bread prices, and so on....
....all of which led to...
- Widespread famine, malnutrition and obvious conspicuous
in those worse off during the months immediately before the revolution.
(some researchers have attributed this to an El Niño effect.).
addition to serious economic factors, there were grave social and
factors, many of them involving resentments and aspirations brought to
the people's attention by the rise of Enlightenment
P H A S E S
Phase I -
The stage is set...
immediate trigger for the revolution was Louis XVI’s inept attempts to
the government's worsening financial crisis. In February 1787, his
finance minister convened an Assembly of
Notables, a group of nobles, clergy, bourgeoisie, and bureaucrats
selected in order to bypass the parlements. Their failed effort
eventually led to the formation of the National Constitutional Assembly.
The United Nations, and eventually NATO,
are set up to shore up the apparent non stoppable sliding of the world
into a situation worse than World War II. Yet, it does not happen.
Smaller and localized wars spring up most everywhere. Summits multiply
and, in effect, nothing is truly accomplished.
Phase II - The fuse is
Louis XVI made some unfortunate - if not outright stupid - decisions
which gave the impression to the Parisians that the National
Constitutional Assembly was going to be suspended. The Bastille was
taken by the enraged populace - this emboldened the repressed people
country wide and the revolutionary spirit spread
and Third world countries around
the world, realizing that all that is coming their way is the "hot air"
produced in the never ending World Leader Summits, turn
to serious violence
- whether Haiti, Argentina, Colombia, South East Asia (your choice
of country), Middle East (your choice
of country) or Africa (your choice
of country), etc.
III - The fire burns...
Because of the continuing
excesses at Versailles, the last one
being the trampling on the revolutionary flag as part of the
entertainment during one of the never ending Royal soirees, mobs, led
Parisian working women, marched upon Versailles. After escaping
certain death at the hands of the enraged populace, King and Queen were
brought back to Paris to live there under the watchful eyes of the
As the work of the National Constituency Assembly progressed it brought
about a massive shifting of powers from the Roman Catholic Church to
the state. Under the ancient régime, the Church had been the
largest landowner in the country. Legislation enacted in 1790 abolished
the Church's authority to levy a tax on crops,
canceled special privileges for the clergy, and confiscated Church
The Civil Constitution of the Clergy, passed on 12 July 1790 and signed
by the King on 26 December 1790, turned the remaining
clergy into employees of the State and required that they take an oath
of loyalty to the constitution. The Civil Constitution of the Clergy
also made the Catholic church an arm of the secular state. The ensuing
years saw violent repression of the clergy, including the imprisonment
and massacre of priests throughout France.
The Assembly abolished the symbolic paraphernalia of the ancient
régime, armorial bearings, liveries, etc., which further
alienated the more conservative nobles, and added to the ranks of those
emigrating from strife torn France. On 14 July 1790, and for several
crowds in the Champ de Mars celebrated the anniversary of the fall of
the Bastille; Talleyrand performed a mass; participants swore an oath
of "fidelity to the nation, the law, and the king"; and the King and
the royal family actively participated.
Eventually the Royal Family tried to escape through Varennes.
They were caught and brought back to Paris. The King was suspended and
the Royal Family remained under house arrest at the Tuileries.
Today's Equivalent: As
between the rich and the poor widens, the hungry and oppressed see that
their only hope is to
sustain the fire that the fuse lit in Phase II. Violence and civil
becomes a way of life in many of those countries.
Phase IV - The
The Constitution was essentially finished and major political players
like Robespierre, Marat and Danton, plus others, were positioning
themselves to be
controlling powers in the new state. Louis XVI became no more than a
figurehead and, as the discord built amongst the key players, the
Revolution was being lead to higher levels.
violence and civil disobedience has
spread to First World countries and the prospects of a harmonious
settlement seem further away every day.
Phase V - The
fire is out of
The politics of the period inevitably
drove France towards war with Austria and its allies. The King wanted
to wage war. He expected that war would increase his personal
popularity. While one revolutionary faction wanted to export the
Revolution throughout Europe, thus favored the war, another faction
wanted to avoid war with other European nations, preferring to
consolidate and expand the Revolution at home.
On the night of 10 August 1792, insurgents, supported by a new
revolutionary Paris Commune, stormed the Tuileries. The King and Queen
ended up prisoners and a rump session of the Legislative Assembly
suspended the monarchy: little more than a third of the deputies were
present, almost all of them Jacobins.
What remained of a national government depended on the support of the
insurrectionary Commune. The Commune sent gangs into the prisons
to arbitrarily try and butcher 1400 victims, and addressed a
letter to the other cities of France inviting them to follow this
example. The Assembly could offer only feeble resistance.
17 January 1793 saw King Louis condemned to death for "conspiracy
against the public liberty and the general safety" by a weak majority
in the Convention. The 21 January execution led to more wars with other
European countries. The much disliked Austrian born Queen, Marie
follow him to the guillotine on 16 October 1793.
- whatever little control
existed vaporizes and chaos reigns worldwide.
VI - The First Reign of Terror
The twelve member Committee of Public
under the control of Maximilien Robespierre, and the Jacobins unleashed
the Reign of Terror (1793-1794) fueled by the fiery writings of
Jean-Paul Marat. The new Constitution and the Rights
associated with it were suspended. At least 18,000 people met their
deaths under the guillotine; after accusations of
counter-revolutionary activities. The slightest hint of
counter-revolutionary thoughts or activities (or, as in the case of
Jacques Hébert, revolutionary zeal
exceeding that of
power) could place one under suspicion, and soon under the blade of the
On 13 July, the assassination of Jean-Paul Marat—a Jacobin leader and
journalist known for his bloodthirsty rhetoric— resulted in his near
beatification by the masses and the logical increase of Jacobin
influence. Georges Danton, the leader of the August 1792 uprising
against the King, being perceived as a man who enjoyed luxuries, was
removed from the Committee and on 27 July, Robespierre, "the
Incorruptible", made his entrance, quickly becoming the most
influential member of the Committee as it moved to take radical
measures against the Revolution's domestic and foreign enemies.
On 5 September 1793, the Convention, pressured by the people of Paris,
institutionalized The Terror: The
systematic and lethal repression of
perceived enemies within the country. The result was a policy
which the state used violent repression to crush any real or perceived
resistance to the
government. Under control of the effectively dictatorial Committee of
Public Safety, the
Convention quickly enacted more legislation.
The Reign of Terror was now in full swing.
Today's Equivalent: As
pre planned - the only solution to
the Global chaos is to attempt to forcibly
implement the New World Order (2) and the One Universal
Force is justified... "...after all, it is for the good of the
VII - The
Second Reign of Terror
A second anti-clerical uprising was
possible by the establishment of the Revolutionary Calendar on 24
October. Against Robespierre's concepts of Deism and Virtue,
Hébert's atheist movement initiated a
religious campaign in order to dechristianize society.
The climax was reached with the celebration of the Goddess "Reason" in
Notre Dame Cathedral on 10 November 1793.
Because any dissent was now regarded as counterrevolutionary, extremist
such as Hébert and moderate
indulgents such as Danton were guillotined in the spring of
That is, Robespierre's collaborators and associates in launching the
French Revolution, Marat, Hébert and Danton have been now
freeing Robespierre's hands.
Robespierre decided that Virtue was necessary for the State and Society
to function and that a Godless system would not work.
Since the First
of Terror had worked so well in ridding the State from its enemies,
now, the Committee of Public Safety would establish a Second Reign of
Terror to force the populace to become virtuous. That is,
implement unspeakable violence to implement a new god and establish a
reign of Virtue.
the backlash to the Phase VI
godless system takes place - also, just as scheduled. False Piety
will reign (4) as....
Phase VIII - The
Saviour of France is manifested and quickly meets his end.
On June 7 Robespierre, who had previously
condemned the Cult of Reason,
advocated a new state religion and recommended that the Convention
acknowledge the existence of God. On the next day, the worship of the
deistic Supreme Being was inaugurated as an official aspect of the
Revolution. Compared with Hébert's popular festivals, this
austere new religion of Virtue was received with signs of hostility by
an amazed Parisian public.
During this Festival in the middle of Paris, a papier mache
mountain had been set up and, as part of the ceremonies, Robespierre
down from the mountain draped in a white toga symbolically delivering
an all too
obvious message: He was the Pontiff between the Supreme Being and the
people or, worse yet, he was the embodiment of the Supreme Being - the
Messiah of the French Republic.
That was too much for Robespierre associates in the twelve member
Committee of Public Safety.
On 27 July 1794, the
reaction to Robespierre auto deification led to the
arrest and execution of Robespierre. By now the new
government was predominantly made up those who had
survived the Terror. After a final "cleansing cycle" called the White
Terror things started to cool down and order began to be restored.
stage is set for the world to
greet its "Savior" - the False Christ - and he makes his staged Grand
IX - On the way to
cosmetically altered "Business-as-usual"
The Convention approved the new
"Constitution of the Year III" on 17 August 1795; a plebiscite ratified
it in September; and it took effect on 26 September 1795.
With the establishment of the Directory,
the Revolution might seem
closed. The nation desired rest and the healing from its many wounds.
Eventually Napoleon took control of the
country, became Emperor and it
was back to "business as usual" for the rich and powerful, but with
much more discretion, and eventually, fraternity and equality, made
some inroads in France... and the world.
quite... this time it will not be
"Business-as-usual" and this False Christ and those who staged his
"coming" will be dealt with by the Real Christ in a manner which will
make the entire French Revolution look like a Pic-Nic.
it will be brief... but it will be Final... for the world has reached
The End of
These (Abominable) Times - Step No. 17 of the Sequence of Events
Leading to the End of These Times. (5)
As the reader will see, the parallel is
almost uncanny - down to the Anti Christ and then the False
Savior details. There are many other historical events which
contain some of
those elements because man is very predictable thus satan does not have
to be very creative. Mankind keeps falling for the same snare millennia
May this document be one more of those "We have been amply warned" (6)
documents so that when
God reminds us that "...unto
whomsoever much is given, of him much shall be required: and to whom
they have committed much, of him they will demand the more.
" [Luke 12:48] there will be no
recourse nor complaints will be entertained.
(1) The French
Revolution - Details : A starting
New World Order
One Universal Religion
objective of certain sects
within the Roman Catholic Church
Sequence of Events
(6) We have been
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