The French Revolution

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{ The following is an excerpt from ISIS vs. the Illuminati: The War for a New World Order by the Dark Lords. }

The French Revolution was the second great Freemasonic/Illuminist conquest after the American Revolution. It was a seminal event in the birth of the New World Order and the Illuminati’s conquest of Western civilization.

One of the clearest signs of the Freemasonic nature of the French Revolution is found in the document Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen,” a foundational document of Revolutionary France. The Declaration lays out the principles of the new French Republic, such as liberty, equality, democracy, secularism, universal human rights, sovereignty of the Nation, and freedom of speech. All of these principles are rooted in Enlightenment and Freemasonic philosophy, and were not part of the pre-Revolutionary European order. In fact, the Declaration was composed in the Masonic lodges of France, with input from Thomas Jefferson, author of the American Declaration of Independence and frequent visitor to Paris; Voltaire, member of the Parisian “Nine Sisters” Lodge; and Benjamin Franklin, ambassador to France from 1776 to 1785 and Grand Master of the Parisian Lodge from 1779 to 1781.

The “Declaration of the Rights of Man” original document

In addition to its Masonic principles and writers, the French Declaration contains explicit Masonic symbolism: the Eye of Providence, also seen on the Great Seal of the United States, is at the top of the document; below, the serpent eating its tail is the Ouroboros, an ancient symbol of alchemy and Hermeticism, which are central to Masonic occultism; the two pillars on each side are a common Freemasonic symbol called Boaz and Jachin, which represent the two pillars at the entrance to King Solomon’s Temple.

It is interesting to contrast the Articles of this Declaration with the principles of Sharia or other ‘divine law’. For example:

Article III: The principle of any sovereignty resides essentially in the Nation. No body, no individual can exert authority which does not emanate expressly from it.

Article VI: The law is the expression of the general will. All the citizens have the right of contributing personally or through their representatives to its formation. …

These Articles are radical departures from the previous European regime, which granted final sovereignty and law-making ability to a monarch, and then to God. It also contradicts the fundamental principle of an Islamic state, which places final sovereignty with God alone, and gives no man the “divine right of Kings” nor the right to create laws which violate the Sharia. Thus, the French Revolution, by these Articles alone, is irreconcilable at its foundation with ISIS or any other Islamic state.

It is worth noting that “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights” adopted by the United Nations in 1948 (also in Paris) contains Masonic principles very similar to those of the French Declaration. In particular, Article 21.3 states:

The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.

Here again, the idea that sovereignty belongs to the people rather than to God is made explicit, putting it in direct conflict with Islamic ideology. Article 28 is also interesting to note:

Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.

Isn’t saying that everyone is entitled to an “international order” that “fully realizes” these rights another way of saying that everyone on the planet must join the Masonic New World Order?

Note also that this U.N. Declaration was composed by a panel of mostly Westerners, with only a single man from the Muslim world, who was himself a Christian. Thus, the Islamic world had no input into this Declaration, nor in the founding of the United Nations. To Islamists, it is clear that the United Nations is non-Islamic at its foundation, and is essentially an Illuminati construct designed to impose its values and sociopolitical models upon the entire world.