Deception by Omission

Le Mis – The Hidden Back Story – Part 7

entiment in America was divided over the French Revolution, but those who were there knew there was something amiss. Gouverneur Morris, who was highly instrumental in drafting our Constitution (He headed the Committee of Style which wrote the Constitution and was one of the most active spoken participants at the Philadelphia convention.) was our Diplomat […]

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Le Mis- The Hidden Back Story- Part 6

n the march on Versailles, the same pattern was used as was used before. First, create a crisis, then on the pretense of solving the crisis, lead the people to take action with a hard core of revolutionaries. (Pay attention the same tactics are being employed today with some modern technology and media thrown in […]

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Le Mis – The Hidden Back Story- Part 5

he Siege of the Bastille (July 14, 1789) was a brilliant deception on the part of the revolutionaries via the conspirators. After being terrorized by increasing acts of violence by the hired thugs and the breakdown of law and order, the people of Paris sought to obtain arms to protect themselves. Rumors were spread that […]

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Le Mis- The Hidden Back Story- Part 4

K, now in addition to propaganda, the Illuminati using the Duke of Orleans had to do something more tangible to secure their stories. Fortunately, the wealthy Duke proved a willing benefactor and provided the money. He began to buy up the grain supplies and withholding them from the people. (He was after all lured into […]

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Le Mis- The Hidden Back Story- Part 3

f you have read parts 1 and 2, you now have some background for the French Revolution itself, all of which you likely did not cover in that history class or pick up from the movie. Now, for one of the key conspirators who helped get the ball rolling, or as we shall see- guillotines […]

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Le Mis- The Hidden Back Story – Part 2

Beginnings of the French Revolution dam Weishaupt, a Jesuit taught professor of canon law at the University of Ingolstadt, founded a secret society called the Illuminati in Bavaria in 1776. This was the same year that the American War for Independence (or Revolution as is the common reference these days) began. It is really not necessary […]

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Le Mis- The Hidden Back Story- Part 1

Le Mis, was a good movie. Not entirely enjoyable as a movie depicting misery and suffering is not actually the most uplifting theme but well acted, engaging and a bit surprising. (Whoda thunk that Wolverine and the Gladiator could sing?) It took a little getting used to since everyone sang instead of speaking for the entire movie, which made it […]

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