The Living Force
On my TODO list is my intention to read some more how Matthew Ehret has seen the French Revolution of 1789 and subsequent events in some of his writings, probably scattered in his books, articles, videos.All those weaponized "patriot" Sheeple in USA are holding their guns covering under the grass, complaining, constantly bewailing the scandalous state of their country. "I'm unable to wake up but a small group of people, the majority seems not to care" - complained Stew Peters. It has become a world-wide phenomenon. Reiner Fuellmilch's model Grand Jury in Europe.
Never attempting to rise up, like the French did during 1789. And they called the Frenchies cowards in WW2 for giving up way too fast and retreating. Probably heroic Hollywood movies further helped to strengthen and spread that stereotype. But you'll never erase from history, what happened after 1789. However double-triple twisted it might have been by rewriters of history.
US appears to be slowly getting there:
Could be interesting, bits of stuff I never knew might be there anyways.
Long before the term “color revolution” ever existed as part of our geopolitical lexicon, the technique of directing violence-prone mobs towards the overthrow of their governments had been honed over centuries. Enflaming the rage of a mob and directing that rage towards the overthrow of established political structures only required money, propaganda and a few quality morality-free rhetoricians.
I was shocked to discover, upon reading the 2001-2002 studies published by historian Pierre Beaudry (Why France Did Not Have a French Revolution and Jean-Sylvain Bailly: The French Revolution’s Benjamin Franklin (1)), that the common narrative of the French Revolution is little more than British myth making that bears little to no resemblance to reality as it happened.