French Revolution? Unmasking Truth -- Unmasking Revolution

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By Unmasking the Revolution
Has the world become mad, unintelligible? Possibly. Is the world on the verge of it? Definitely. Do you think you see, on occasion, sometimes, a shadowy hand moving the horrors in the same direction?

You’re not imagining things…the hand is there, bloody and cruel. The dark entity that it’s attached to wears a mask called the French Revolution.

Will you lift the mask?

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Season One Finale: "St. Justus Day Massacre" Part III.
Season One Finale: “St. Justus Day Massacre” Part III. Dear friends, taking a step backwards one long year ago, what were you promised?  We gave your our solemn promise that despite the terror of the thing and its covert nature we would provide you with a clear and accurate summary of the French Revolution and its impact on your life, at this very minute, today. It was a long journey that shirked the wide and easy path to destruction, and it took many a roundabout path, and we still have not yet seen the full horizon.  Still, now, illuminated by the flaming wreck of the Bastille, decorated by the heads of innocents of pikes, busy with the spider-like machinations of the Satanic Philippe Égalité, the proactive corruption of Danton, and the frightening whispers that murmured outwards from masonic lodges, behold: the truth of 1789. At least, the first visible signs of it. As Sir Winston Churchill once pithily observed:  "Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
1:18:46
July 31, 2019
Season One Finale: "St. Justus Day Massacre" Part II.
Season One Finale: “St. Justus Day Massacre” Part II.  Thorough research and collaboration yield a critically important third hour to the first seasons shocking expose of butchery at the Bastille.  In addition to unmasking the thing itself in this episode we reveal: Devilish entanglements between the Luciferian East India Company and the Revolution; virulent,unimaginable levels of Masonic infiltration into the government organs of law and order; aborted attempts by the Most Christian King of France to form an emergency government; and the trained slatterns of Philip Equality working in near lock step formation to corrupt the minds and bodies of Paris. They were his army, and he, well, he at last found a command that suited him.  July 14th 1789 - the kindhearted and absent minded manager of a city supply depot and several of his associates are publicly tortured and dismembered without so much as the pretense of justice. There was a grim farce as the depot manager, the criminals were chanting to him, singing about how they were going to kill him in particular details… they lied, the truth was far worse… threatening to blow the building up as he waved at burning torch around. One of his fellows who thought better of the mob and worse of him took the torch away from the shaking hand and that was that. The depot was ransacked, several deviant perverts by even today’s standards and two forgers a bit sub par by today’s measure, were released; in keeping with the theme the redhanded felons then burned the depot down and put their victims heads on sticks. If you’ve been listening to the podcast this far you know how such a heinous crime could be held up as a national celebration. But if you want to know why this national celebration affects your life right now, this very minute, then tune in. For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message  
1:09:43
July 27, 2019
Season One Finale: “St. Justus Day Massacre” Part I
Season One Finale: “St. Justus Day Massacre” Part I. July 14th 1789 - the kindhearted and absent minded manager of a city supply depot and several of his associates are publicly tortured and dismembered without so much as the pretense of justice. There was a grim farce as the depot manager, the criminals were chanting to him, singing about how they were going to kill him in particular details… they lied, the truth was far worse… threatening to blow the building up as he waved at burning torch around. One of his fellows who thought better of the mob and worse of him took the torch away from the shaking hand and that was that. The depot was ransacked, several deviant perverts by even today’s standards and two forgers a bit sub par by today’s measure, were released; in keeping with the theme the redhanded felons then burned the depot down and put their victims heads on sticks. If you’ve been listening to the podcast this far you know how such a heinous crime could be held up as a national celebration. But if you want to know why this national celebration affects your life right now, this very minute, then tune in. For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
1:04:44
July 23, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 13
Episode 13: "Lunacy and Ecstasy" Part III [Includes a special announcement for Spanish-speaking listeners, members, and friends.] Le Comte de Mirabeau. As we discuss those men most emblematic the French revolution preconceptions are brushed aside and, here, Unmasking the  Revolution takes an interesting turn indeed.The analysis is critical, the scholarship rock solid, but in this case, although the actions of Honoré Gabriel Riqueti are established, it is perhaps unlikely anyone will—could ever—get to the bottom of the maelstrom that raged in this tortured geniusʼs mind and soul.  In the end perhaps all that can be said of this man is that he truly was larger than life. Welcome to the revolution.  Join us. Unmask it. For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message 
57:58
July 14, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 12
"Episode 11: Lunacy and Ecstasy” Part II: “Hell is just a word. The reality is far, far worse.” We, on Unmasking the Revolution truly have labored to set the stage of what occurred in 1789—and we shall wade through its rivers of blood presently. Yet unmasking the revolution is not a light task, and in exposing to you all the truth of the manifold, diabolical conspiracies which sought to destroy true government and the Christian Faith we may have failed to truly capture the mood which hung over everything.   We shall attempt to correct that now.   In the fashionable salons of the rich corrupted members of the elite rambled off political jargon as the quack protege of Herr Hell sent powerful electric currents through their bodies that in turn sent the philosophes into paroxysms that damaged muscles (and furniture) but revealed fleeting glimpses of a social contract. His face brutally deformed as a consequence of his childhood predilection for cow-teat sucking, Danton could be heard across crowded city blocks. He was equally adept at encouraging young Frenchmen to die for the Fatherland as he was selling the same soldiers fake supplies, waving and smiling as a luxury carriage whisked him away from the doomed teenagers. Barely able to keep his balance, his body thoroughly wracked by pains well-earned from a life of debauchery that would have killed several mammoths, Mirabeau staggers unsteadily about...staying upright only by virtue of his groping hands. And from a dark room, the curtains drawn, Joey Balsamo a.k.a. le comte de Cagliostro is fawned over by young ladies for his ability to summon up Satan on demand.   There are the heroes of the Revolution for you. Oh,and Marat, who one notices only due to the sparkle of his ratlike eyes through the sewer-grate. Yes, he lived in the sewer.   For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
1:00:01
July 7, 2019
Special: “Worth of July”
Special: “Worth of July.” Expat and M.C. discuss what the symbols and sights of the 4th are worth to them. Happy holiday!
17:59
July 7, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 11
"Episode 11: Lunacy and Ecstasy” Part I. If it were possible—and thankfully it’s not—to send an Old Time Freak Show’s cast along a gravity-drive voyage on the Event Horizon the home movie taken afterward might capture something of the horror on the streets of Revolutionary Paris. As with our tried and true flogging-movie, however: “Hell is just a word. The reality is far, far worse.” We on Unmasking the Revolution truly have labored to set the stage of what occurred in 1789—and we shall wade through its rivers of blood presently. Yet unmasking the revolution is not a light task, and in exposing to you all the truth of the manifold, diabolical conspiracies which sought to destroy true government and the Christian Faith we may have failed to truly capture the mood which hung over everything.   We shall attempt to correct that now.   In the fashionable salons of the rich corrupted members of the elite rambled off political jargon as the quack protege of Herr Hell sent powerful electric currents through their bodies that in turn sent the philosophes into paroxysms that damaged muscles (and furniture) but revealed fleeting glimpses of a social contract. His face brutally deformed as a consequence of his childhood predilection for cow-teat sucking, Danton could be heard across crowded city blocks. He was equally adept at encouraging young Frenchmen to die for the Fatherland as he was selling the same soldiers fake supplies, waving and smiling as a luxury carriage whisked him away from the doomed teenagers. Barely able to keep his balance, his body thoroughly wracked by pains well-earned from a life of debauchery that would have killed several mammoths, Mirabeau staggers unsteadily about...staying upright only by virtue of his groping hands. And from a dark room, the curtains drawn, Joey Balsamo a.k.a. le comte de Cagliostro is fawned over by young ladies for his ability to summon up Satan on demand.   There are the heroes of the Revolution for you. Oh,and Marat, who one notices only due to the sparkle of his ratlike eyes through the sewer-grate. Yes, he lived in the sewer.   For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
57:19
June 28, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 10
"Revolution: 10 Eve of Dark."  Part VI. In this episode, we examine the third and final trial experiment conducted in anticipation of the French Revolution—the Réveillon Affair. Never willing to disguise their handiwork, the Freemasons let their plans be known in the name itself: the Eve. Although undertaken by ordinary individuals, this episode illustrates the truth that unmasking the revolution has done just that. We have laid out for you, concluding with this episode, irrefutable evidence that the French Revolution was a planned criminal enterprise. End of story. Voila. What is then left to come? The bloody massacres, and the Masonic sacrifices, and the reign of blood which was the rule of terror. Not to mention the possessed madmen who orchestrated all.  But there is hope, as the final segment of this episode in the illustrates. The Fleur de Lys club is at last ready to accept new members, and with each new member we gain and each new stalwart that proclaims our side, the message of truth and love, which is legitimism, is podcast every louder to the English-speaking world. For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
1:00:35
June 10, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 9
"Revolution: Night Approaches" Part V. Staring into the shadow maybe has the effect of distorting reality; maybe causes a body to lose their sense of time and space. If so, then the shadow and dark are perfectly natural tools of the Revolution.   We can now say with dread certainty that the shadows we have studied in detail these past months are no lone specters each apart but instead separate tendrils of the same demonic, cyclopean beast. The final patches of unlight are nearly identified as we step towards the threshold of night. It is in this ghastly territory that we learn of an open flame sputtering and sparking beneath a kingdom made-to-be incendiary...The Day of the Tiles...the bloody but orchestrated chaos in Grenoble 1789. For more information please visit our web site at www.Fleurdelys-Club.org or send us a Voice Message at https://anchor.fm/nomdeplume/message
1:00:01
May 26, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 8
“Revolution: Foreshadows” Part IV. Let’s have a bit of perspective here. If you wanted to discover who really inherited the property of a person in a small town say, 20 years ago, you have a difficult task ahead of you. And that’s assuming that no one is trying to destroy records or manipulate any documents. To uncover the truth of an event hundreds of years ago that has shaped our world into the very form it is in today, and which has been intentionally obfuscated by some of the most wickedly intelligent minds the world is ever seen, this is much more difficult. It has been a true task but we have ,as best we could, laid out the world as it really was in 1789. What we shall do now is illustrate for you how several specific events, nearly mathematical in their precision, set up the operational plan for the French Revolution in the months immediately preceding it.  And voila. You’re going to have to make up your mind one day, my friend. And this day is coming soon. You can see the truth for yourself, hidden in plain sight before you. The King was just and clement; the revolutionaries criminal and murderous. The government of Louis XVI was mild; the government of the Revolution extreme to the point of toxicity. From the throne came religious tolerance and mercy; from the mob an attempted genocide against the Church. At this moment visible on television and the internet revolutionaries are destroying the past day in and out and always in the open. How can the modern conservative look on such blatant illegality and with a straight face call themselves Christian and for democracy? For more information, please visit www.Fleurdelys-club.org.
46:02
May 13, 2019
Special: Restoring Truth - Updates and Clarifications from the American chapter of Legitimism.
 “Several Newsflashes and Best Wishes for Easter 2019.” Expat and Monsieur are at last reunited with MC on air...unfortunately given distances and times they could not appear simultaneously. Yet despite that separation, perhaps because of it?, both scholars landed deft blows that will set Fake Education and its doctrinaire psycho-teachers reeling. Do you want to know why American conservatives would rather undermine any monarchy instead of helping to restore the one to which they owe their country, their lives and their sacred honor? Then press 'Play'. Do you wish to learn of the harrowing persecution of Christians in the country acknowledged as the Eldest Daughter of the Church? Here is your classroom. Despite the ominous beginning , the announcements end on a high note, for Legitimism is  a government by Christ, of Christ, and for Christ. Struggles in the future will require courage, but our faith guarantees the total and absolute victory of our Savior and our Creator.  For more information, please visit our website at: www.fleurdelys-club.org 
1:10:58
April 30, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 7
 “Revolution: Aesthetics of Hate” Part III. Freemasons conspiring - check. Manipulated by the Illuminati - check. Ferocious espionage and counter intelligence - check. Massive sums of money being laundered  and ferreted away (à blanchir de l'argent) - check. An entire country's food supplies being stolen - check. A happy ending - put an 'X' through it.  This is not the latest Hollywood spy thriller's promo (they've long since given those up for saccharine and gender-fluid super-people). This is the story of a few weeks, all said and done, in 1789. This is a brief summary of the months leading up to the Masonic Insurrection, Orleans Rebellion, the St. Solanus Day Massace: name it whatever you wish, But, please, do give up the tired and false idea of any 'French Revolution'. To say nothing of  the fact that this was a premeditated criminal conspiracy and not a spontaneous 'revolution' - we give the names, dates, and persons confirming that fact this episode - how can a wine-bar putsch by several hundred debauched super-wealthy men (at most) even be mentioned on the same page of what a 'Revolution' is purported to be?   For more information, please visit our website at: www.fleurdelys-club.org 
55:06
March 28, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution: Episode 6
“Revolution: Comes the Spider” Part II. [INCLUDES SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!!] In the center of every web there lives or lived a spider. We pass by them every day do we not? The webs that we see, sometimes more visible and sometimes less, and we scarcely give a thought to the hideous creature with many eyes and many legs looking in the darkness, waiting always to feed. A good friend of mine happens to be an entomologist, and a noted one at that. Like all experts she is continually fascinated by her field of study, for whatever reason she just loves bugs: The other day she drew my attention the fact that the gravity that affects us, Newtonian physics, does not necessarily apply on the microgravity level of insects. Have any of you seen how quickly a spider moves? If one was their size, well images are the stuff of nightmares. As she went on talking about this terrible microcosmic world I quipped: “their lives are devoid of sensation and overwhelmed with predation: it’s like a Hollywood party.” Yet the spider which lurks within the webbed enigma of the French revolution was, is, and will always be waiting to feed...on us. And now the time has come to point a finger at directly what will be the principal catalyst of the French Revolution…the Spider itself. The Duke of Orléans.
58:13
March 18, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution - Episode 5
“Revolution: Comprehending Chaos” Part I At last the time has come to deal with the thing itself, the world’s great nightmare: the French Revolution. Together on the podcast we have explored some madnesses of the modern world, and we have learned the -critically important- facts regarding the sainted establishment of the Kingdom of France, and all of the good it did for Western Civilization. An irreplaceable good, as events today prove. Now comes the tumult, terror, madness, and genocide. With Monsieur as our guide and with Emcee as our host we explore in this episode how possible it is to accurately summarize something so complicated and horrible as what was spawned in 1789. Throw away the tired old canard Qu'ils mangent de la brioche “Let them eat cake” attributed to the gentle Queen Marie Antoinette. Prepare yourself for the true slogan of the Revolution: Nous nous mangeons.  We eat ourselves.  
59:41
March 4, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution - Episode 1
“Lost” Part I [Episode 1] We begin exploring the glaring ironies within and bewildering advertisements without of the American elections. In the remaining segments we host, with delight, a guest from France, highly placed within legitimist circles, with totally unique and heretofore unheard in English insight into French political and historical life , Monsieur. In the first of several interviews we waste no time at all delving into the French Revolution, the world it overthrew, and the impact it continues to have on our lives today. To find out more, please visit: www.Fleurdelys-club.org
1:06:36
March 4, 2019
Special: St. Joan of Arc - The Virtue, The Valor, and The Victory
She was a special forces commando before the invention of the internal combustion engine. She was a model of true femininity and feminism before there was such a concept as women’s rights. With equal mercy she gave no favor to the rich yet showed no partiality to the poor,. She tempered valor with virtue, and with the deepest humility surrendered her victories to the Crown and to God’s Altar. She saved France from the diabolism even then beginning to cement itself in the British Islands, and protected the French people from the ravages of English mercenaries intent only on looting the Continental peasants they oppressed.  She was sentenced to death in a Show Trial that would have made Mr. Stalin blush, by fiendish lawyers who reacted to her purity like Dracula taken out for a summer’s day picnic.  In a special episode of Unmasking the Revolution we are joined by the inimitable and (to be seen) indefatigable Monsieur who explains how this slight peasant girl became the spiritual colossus we know of today and who is held to be the patron of France’s monarchs and of France herself. 
1:34:48
February 23, 2019
Special: August 10th, 1792 - Vignettes from Hell
Step back in time, if you have the courage, and face the brutal horror of August 10th 1792 in person. The tragic lack of knowledge most people have of the French Revolution contributes to the revolutionary tragedy itself; however it is unconscionable that the sack of the Tuileries—the Swiss Guard massacred, the King and Queen put in chains, and the happy zest for murder which followed—remains hidden. The day of blood and terror, those two names behind ‘Liberté, égalité, fraternité’, is now unmasked.  To find out more, please visit www.Fleurdelys-club.org
12:07
February 23, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution - Episode 4
 "Castle of Christ" Part II [Episode 5] (With apologies to our listeners for the long delay in airing this episode. We at Unmasking the Revolution wish you and yours an excellent New Year. Thank you.)I In the awful wake of Christian Rome’s collapse a few brave souls and a few holy saints—among them Saint Martin of Tours and St. Genevieve of  struggled to keep what remained of Western Civilization intact. They stood as little islands of hope in world consumed by barbarian flames and populated by the empty husk of sacked cities.  In this episode we learn how one of these little islands of hope became the Kingdom of France with the conversion of King Clovis to Christianity. We learn how one little king through acts of intense personal courage and shrewd political maneuvering, and also by the Grace of God, set his kingdom on a course from a war-torn province of a ravaged empire to become the cosmopolitan heart of Christian Civilization: the Eldest Daughter of the Church.  Adhering entirely to the podcast’s dedication to find and explore justice and right order, to find the truth, our returning guests Monsieur and Expat also discuss suggestions by some that King Clovis and political as well as pious motivations. Yet whatever his motives may or may not have been, there is no denying that by his action King Clovis laid the foundation for the Kingdom of France, the rampart of Christian Civilization: the Castle of Christ.  To find out more, please visit: www.Fleurdelys-club.org
1:11:41
February 23, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution - Episode 3
"Castle of Christ" Part I [Episode 3] In the most riveting episode yet of Unmasking the Revolution, the show is joined by Expat: an objective, intelligent, unbiased, and (as yet) unopinionated American. With his wry wit and trenchant questions we delve into the great “middle stream” of public opinion's current view and explore the motives of people who may or may not decide to form a new government. The opening of the show and the questions asked at the opening provide a suitable arena indeed for the entrance of Monsieur, who is once again kind enough to join our program. In a revelatory broadcast Monsieur enumerates the acts of a number of saints that, together, resulted in the formation of the French monarchy and the French state. We then learn how several saints and a newly crowned and freshly converted king defend the church, civil order, and indeed Western Civilization itself from the depraved and bloody hands of the barbarian hordes that roamed Europe after Rome’s collapse. This order lasted for 1,500 years and appropriately, at long last, we may praise it as the Castle of Christ. To find out more, please visit: www.Fleurdelys-club.org
1:02:47
February 23, 2019
Unmasking the Revolution - Episode 2
“Lost” Part II [Episode 2] Monsieur joins the program at the bottom of the hour to continue our exploration of revolutionary horror and, miraculously, the survival of the – sacred – French Monarchy through uncountable dangers and plots. Before Monsieur joins the program we begin to outline a discussion of legitimate authority… and the source whence it flows. We discuss the Christianization of Imperial Rome and the schizophrenic madness of election season, and, against good advice, enter into the minds of the Revolutionists. A stage is set for a discussion of incredible importance, where, for the first time in broadcasting history, the suppressed truth of legitimism shall be revealed. In doing so, in setting out the lamp of truth, the revolution shall be unmasked. To find out more, please visit: www.Fleurdelys-club.org
1:05:11
February 23, 2019
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