Skip to comments.History Repeating Itself: The Vendee Genocide
Posted on 07/20/2012 1:11:30 AM PDT by Perseverando
Here's my latest video recorded by the good folks at FreedomTalkNetcast.com down in Pueblo, Colorado.
This presentation covers the almost unknown war and genocide against the people of the Vendee region of France during the proto-Marxist French Revolution. This genocide by the atheist, godless, totalitarian French Revolutionaries against the Church killed 450,000 people, and has served as a the tactical template for Marxist governments who have fomented statist schisms and then entered into open war against the Church over the last century, including the Soviets and Mexicans in the early 20th century, and the Red Chinese and Vietnamese, and Marxist Latin American regimes.
The Marxist Obama regime is following that same template to a terrifying, yet in no way surprising, degree.
The only question is, how will it end here? What is beyond question is the fact that we are now, in the United States, on the path to genocide.
In four parts, total time approximately one hour twenty minutes. Feel free to mirror, as always.
The last government had some programs in place to begin rectifying that ~ encouraging Protestant return to France, and internal relocations of Protestants to this area.
Did somebody do some research into who was getting killed in the Vendee before they wrote this up?
By the 1790s the Vendée was heavily Catholic.
As I recall Carrier was drowning peasants so they would no longer try to support local nobles.
The “Republican marriages” of the drownings of Nantes, you’re correct.
Unfortunately, the Vendee, Chouannerie, and the existence of counterrevolutionaries in France is papered over in popular culture. Public schools anymore are lucky if they mention the Reign of Terror in any detail.
To the typical person, Les Miserables embodies the French Revolution, despite the fact that its set decades after in the July Monarchy.
Helps me keep straight what their motives are ~
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Yes, a dreadful episode of French history.
The Vendée after the bloodbath of the suppressed uprising against the Jacobin thugs looked just like the Palatinate in 1690.
May G_d rest the victims’ hallowed souls.
AnnBarnhardt Vendee PT1
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