25.10.07

Louis XX


Monseigneur le Prince Louis de Bourbon, Duc d’Anjou et Madame la Princesse Marie-Marguerite, Duchesse d’Anjou à la messe annuelle de fondation des Invalides.

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Vive le Roy!
de Brantigny

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir masonry is not to blame for the dreadful revolution the french chavs were. Nothing more nothing less.

de Brantigny said...

Why do you remain anon? Do you not have a name. Are you a mason? They most certainly were the protagonists of the revolution, read some history and get back to me.

Richard Sieur de Brantigny, (dit) Boisvert

Lestat said...

Neither French, nor Catholic but not David Icke either. Protagonists some were, yes its true, but even a few swallows does not a summer (read revolution ) make. As much as I like the Bourbon Monarchy then and now, I think the move that outraged most to a point of revolt could have been building a peasant village in the grounds of the Palace, and acting out peasant routines-that was a very hard slap in the face of the poor and destitute. It was so out of touch with the peoples situation, whilst they rolled in gold and partied, the poor ate dung and festered. Their advisors needed a good shake up.

If masons were to blame for the fall of the french monarchy and not the people then why the hell did George the 4th (mason) Duke of Wellington (mason) and other masons of high post help to return Louis XIII and later Charles X -later Louis Phillipe to the thrown?

Are you seriously trying to suggest everyone had in in for Louis XVI?! This is the stuff of fantasy. Werent senior French Royals masons themselves?

Now for the attack on the church-well this is easily explained:

A hungry peasant whose kids are starving goes to the clergy who tell you "my son you may not be rich in this life but if you are an obedient good little peasant you will be rich in the next"-in short taking the poor as mugs.
Now I am not saying C of E is any better, but it took the mickey out of the ordinary man.

I must say again the revolution was horrible -rubbish to the core, but from the immediate vision of the starving poor -you saw where they were coming from-howver being peasants they didnt see that their fate woyuld be far worse under Mr Boneparte (history's greatest chancer).

The blame is with the french underclass, chattering class parisians -and lefties. Keep those undesirables under close scrutiny and you can eat cake till the end of time, ignore the problem and it won't go away, it will get worse and reach critical mass like it did in 1793.

Final thought: pity M60E4 SACO DEFENCE hadnt been invented then, the ultimate peasant control machine.

Alex said...

If masons were to blame for the fall of the french monarchy and not the people then why the hell did George the 4th (mason) Duke of Wellington (mason) and other masons of high post help to return Louis XIII and later Charles X -later Louis Phillipe to the thrown? That's what you have to say Lestat, well this is the proof you're an idiot.
Louis XVIII and Charles X ,were Mason and traitors of France, the last king of France died January 21 1793. For Louis Phillipe it's even worst he was for the revolution, since it helped his family to take control of France, a family that had stopped to be "Royal" since 1654, when Louis XIV became King of France. France has lost a great King in the worst condition, the dogs of the Republic shall be brought to God's justice one day, and France will be a monarchy under God again. Nice Blog here's my email adress, Argonot21@hotmail.com
Maybe we could talk, Richard, Sieur de Brantigny.

beatnik said...

'I believe in God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, and all that is seen and unseen.'
God will give us the right King at the right moment. He is the only One to know! I have no doubt about that.

'I believe in the Holy Spirit,the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son.'
The Holy Spirit leads us every moment.

'I believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.'

Thanks for your site. Union of prayers,

Beatrice, une petite francaise nouvellement installee dans l'Illinois.

de Brantigny........................ said...

Bienvenue, Ma Cher Beatrice!
Où habitez-vous en Illinois?
Jhesu+Marie
Brantigny