8.6.11

Ann Coulter Defends the Martyred Queen

...She states that the Queen was not some cold woman, living in lavish luxury and delighting in the plight of the masses but rather compares her to Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. She relates how the Queen was simple in her tastes, concerned about the poor and even broke down some of the class-structure rules at Versailles and invited poor children to the palace to have dinner with her own. She also makes clear that the Queen never said, "Let them eat cake" -a truth which cannot be repeated often enough. Miss Coulter also demolishes other popular misconceptions, such as the storming of the Bastille actually accomplishing anything or that liberty and freedom were actually the result of the Revolution and she spares no details in telling of the many and grotesque horrors visited upon France by the Revolutionaries. more...

With thanks to the Mad Monarchist.

Ann Coulter reads history.

Jhesu+Marie,
Brantigny

Ste Marie-Antoinette priez pour nous.

1 comment:

Convenor said...

M. Bratigny,

I wonder if you would consider contributing an article to our poor journal CHRISTVS REGNAT:

http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/search/label/Christus%20Regnat

I can be contacted at:

heritage@catholic.org

God bless,

Thomas