France is a major country in Western Europe. In ancient times, the area that is today France was included in the Roman province of Gaul. The French nation can be traced back to 481, when Clovis I ascended as the country’s first king. France has played a significant role in world events since the era of Cardinal Richelieu in the mid-seventeenth century. The monarchy founded by Clovis lasted until the French Revolution of 1789-1799 that was fomented by the Bavarian Illuminati. As the premier power of Europe prior to the French Revolution, France was the largest, wealthiest, most populous nation on the continent, with a well-developed middle class, and a strong agricultural, industrial, and foreign trade base. In science, literature, and culture France led the world. According to all the most credible accounts by contemporary travelers, France was the place to live in the 18th Century, whatever one’s station in life.
While, in the main, the French people — particularly the peasants and working people — remained staunchly Christian and monarchist, the disaffected nobility and the habitués of the intellectual salons gave sway to libertine passions and head, “new” doctrines. Of the decade preceding the revolution Scott writes:
Strange cults appeared; sex rituals, black magic, Satanism. Perversion became not only acceptable but fashionable. Homosexuals held public balls to which heterosexuals were invited and the police guarded their carriages. Prostitutes were admired; swindles and sharp business practices increased. Political clubs of the more radical sort proliferated. The Freemasons, whose lodges ranged from the sedate to the wild-eyed, extended across the nation. There were hundreds of such lodges in Paris alone, and thousands throughout the country. The air grew thick with plans to restructure and reconstruct all traditional French society and institutions.
Today, France is a leading member of the European Union, an economic and political union founded in 1952 as the European Coal and Steel Community. France’s current constitutional structure, called the Fifth Republic, was introduced in 1958. It features a president elected to a five-year term of office. The French national currency, or franc, was phased out in 1999-2002 and replaced by the euro. France is the world’s most popular tourist destination with 80 million visitors in 2011.
Since prehistoric times, France has been a crossroads of trade, travel, and migration. Three basic European ethnic stocks—Celtic, Latin, and Teutonic (Frankish)–have blended over the centuries to make up its present population. France’s birth rate was among the highest in Europe from 1945 until the late 1960s. Since then, its birth rate has fallen but remains higher than that of most other west European countries. Traditionally, France has had a high level of immigration. More than 1 million Muslims immigrated in the 1960s and early 1970s from North Africa, especially Algeria; their numbers are now above 5 million (2004 figure).
In a January 2012 poll, 31% percent of respondents indicated they were Roman Catholic, including those who never attend religious services. Of Catholics, only 4% went to Church regularly—mainly to Sunday Mass or christenings. There is a cultural particularism in France : a large percentage (30%) of people, calling themselves Catholics, don’t believe in God, nor in any kind of spiritual lifeforce. They endorse Catholicism’s moral teachings, and view Catholic dogma as a tradition.
France has seen several recent false flag attacks recently with Charlie Hebdo, the Bastille Day terror in Nice, and the Terror attacks in Paris in November 2015. These events were used to push through internet censorship laws and greater surveillance.
Chronology of Events Related to France:
Udo Ulfkotte, a German journalist and whistleblower who spoke out against fake news from government and intelligence sources, died from a heart attack at the age of 56. He was an assistant editor for German mainstream media newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and he lived in many Middle Eastern countries during his career, including Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Jordan. As Ulfkotte became increasingly upset at news reports sourced from false government information, he began publishing a magazine called Whistleblower, which reports on topics not covered by the German media. He also wrote multiple ...Read More
On Bastille Day, Mohamed Bouhlel purposely drove a rented box truck containing guns and grenades through a crowded blocked-off street swerving side-to-side along the French Riviera seafront, killing 84 (including several children) and wounding 202 more. Bouhlel took psychotropic drugs for depression and anger. These drugs are typical for kids involved in school shootings, but he also drank and took street drugs, beat his wife, and never went to a mosque. Although the Islamic state quickly claimed responsibility for the attack, evidence and family testimony indicate Bouhlel was not religious at all, unless very quickly converted to radical Islam, ...Read More
Seven coordinated ISIS terrorist attacks occurred in Paris killing 140 and injuring more than 300 more. The attacks included the first female suicide bomber in France. French officials push through an internet censorship law on their citizens while continuing their open border policy, while Obama calls for heavier surveillance in the US. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okFkwZAEo5k The Paris shooting of November 2015 which occurred on Friday 13th of November 2015 bears many of the telltale signs of a false flag operation with foreknowledge. Now more than 48 hours later, we have some clues that the New World Order manipulators are up to their old tricks again ...Read More
Miranda Brown worked for whistleblower Anders Kompass and came to his defense after he saw a report of troop members in the Sangaris Forces, deployed in the Central African Republic (CAR) by the government of France, sexually abused destitute boys at a camp for the displaced. The abuse continued for months, at the very least, and no one did anything to stop it. One human rights officer documented it but did not intervene, and then sent her report to OHCHR in Geneva. Kompass, a senior official there and a Swedish national, informed the French government. French law enforcement immediately ...Read More
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39HQOUfZ9lI Watch lecture above as Dr. Kevin Barrett goes through the Charlie Hebdo attack and explains (with slide-show) how, and why the Charlie Hebdo attack was a false flag. Official Story (for background) from Wikipedia: On 7 January 2015 at about 11:30 local time, two brothers, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, forced their way into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Armed with assault rifles and other weapons, they killed 11 people and injured 11 others in the building. After leaving, they killed a French National Police officer outside the building. The gunmen identified themselves as ...Read More
A group of over 120 cancer doctors released a joint position paper condemning America’s pharmaceutical industry. The cancer specialists accuse the drug industry of ‘profiteering’, ‘price gouging’ and even being ‘immoral’. The group of doctors insists that Big Pharma is charging patients over $100,000 for life-saving drugs that cost only a few dollars to manufacture. Consider the following statistic from Yahoo Health the day the report was released, ‘Of 12 new cancer drugs that received FDA approval last year, 11 of them cost in excess of $100,000 a year—prices that the specialists attack as “astronomical,” “unsustainable,” and maybe even immoral ...Read More
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4Qv7lbVw9s (Zbigniew Brzinski - Audience applauses) Ladies and Gentlemen, Robin. Thank you very much for your as always elegant and eloquent introduction. I've heard him many times when he was running the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington and if anything his eloquent and elegant has increased ever since he's been rehabilitated in the society here. (Audience laughs; ah ah ah...) I am also delighted to speak under the sponsorship of the Whitehead lecture series. John Whitehead whom I've been privileged to know for many years. I'll not talk about at length but it is advised to ...Read More
A Harvard study published by the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy concluded, “The more guns a nation has, the less criminal activity.” The study’s conclusion is contradictory to conventional wisdom about gun violence and understandably received very little media attention. Norway, Finland, Germany, France and Denmark, which have high rates of gun ownership, have low murder rates. On the other hand, in Luxembourg, where handguns are totally banned and ownership of any kind of gun is minimal, the murder rate is nine times higher than Germany. Guns are also linked to suicide – more guns, more suicides. The study ...Read More
US Sponsored Coup d'Etat in Haiti: An armed insurrection which contributed to unseating President Aristide as a result of a carefully staged military-intelligence operation, involving the US, France and Canada. The 2004 coup had set the stage for the installation of a US puppet government in Port au Prince, which takes orders directly from Washington. Following the destabilization and replacement of the President, the US kept 10,000 armed soldiers there, increasing to 20,000 following the 2010 earthquake, likely a man-made quake. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl9ZqDhX2c4 by Michel Chossudovsky The Rebel paramilitary army crossed the border from the Dominican Republic in early February ...Read More
The UK Water Act passes which has made it impossible for water companies to undergo civil or criminal hearings as a result of adding fluoride to public water supplies (same as impossibility to sue vaccine makers). This came on the heals of an August 2003 EPA request for the National Research Council, the research arm of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to re-evaluate water fluoride safety standards by reviewing recent scientific literature, because the last review in 1993 had major gaps in research, as well as the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology having recently classified fluoride ...Read More
In September 1998, another ring was raided - what the BBC described as "a larger and more sinister paedophile network called Wonderland." The network was so named in honor of Lewis Carroll's revered children's book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll, author of the children's book, was widely known to have a predilection for underage girls and boys, and is now something of a patron saint of pedophiles around the globe. A concerted effort has been made over the decades to cover up Carroll's pedophilic tendencies, though the truth is evident even in the heavily whitewashed profiles of him ...Read More
(Summary from WakeUp-World.com) This case is important because it illustrates how investigations can be undermined by a cabal able to place its members in crucial positions of power, and how powerful people can be implicated in abusing children. The Dutroux affair was covered extensively by the mainstream media, and was huge news in Belgium, where 350,000 people took to the streets to protest the handling of the case, known as the famous White March, from a nation of just 10 million. The case begins in 1995, when multiple young girls began disappearing around the area of Bertrix. Young girls had been disappearing ...Read More
On April 4, 1978, a conversation detailing the reasons for their pro-abolition positions to lower the age of sexual consent to 12 or 13 years of age was broadcast by radio France Culture in the program "Dialogues". The participants, Michel Foucault, Jean Danet and Guy Hocquenghem, had all signed a 1977 petition, along with other intellectuals, demanding the legalization of pedophilia. Simone de Beauvoir (future feminist icon), alongside most of the Marxist French intelligentsia who signed the petition, also sought the immediate release of three individuals who were due to serve long jail sentences for sexually exploiting several boys ...Read More
On April 30, 1975, the Vietnam War ended with the capture of Saigon by Communist forces and the surrender of General Duong Vanh Minh and his cabinet in the Presidential palace. As troops of the People’s Army of Vietnam marched into Saigon, U.S. personnel and the last American marines were hastily evacuated from the roof of the U.S. embassy. Years later a fundamental question still remains unanswered: Who won the Vietnam War? As with all wars, the globalist are the real winners. While communism won in Vietnam, cultural Marxism won in the USA. Remember that even though the US ...Read More
"The full story of how Cold War politics and U.S. covert operations fueled a heroin boom in the Golden Triangle breaks when Yale University doctoral student Alfred McCoy publishes his ground-breaking study, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. The CIA attempts to quash the book." INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999 (House of Representatives - May 07, 1998) The first book to prove CIA and U.S. government complicity in global drug trafficking, The Politics of Heroin includes meticulous documentation of dishonesty and dirty dealings at the highest levels from the Cold War until today. Maintaining a global ...Read More
France looked at the huge pile of paper notes sitting in their vaults, for which real French products like wine and cheese had been traded, and notified the United States government that they would exercise their option under Bretton Woods (agreement following WWII) to return the paper notes for gold at the $35 per ounce exchange rate. Of course, the United States had nowhere near the gold to redeem the paper notes, so on August 15th, 1971, Richard Nixon "temporarily" suspended the gold convertibility of the US Federal Reserve Notes. This caused the dollar to plunge by some 40 ...Read More
Below is a transcript from a May 13, 1971, conversation among President Richard Nixon, John D. Ehrlichman, and H. R. Haldeman. The dialogue was transcribed by Chicago Tribune reporter James Warren. On October 5, 1999, the National Archives made available to the public 445 hours of previously unreleased Oval Office tapes. CNN has also made an abbreviated version of the audio recordings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMfVnBmpMm8 NIXON: … CBS … glorifying homosexuality.EHRLICHMAN: A panel show? H. R. HALDEMAN: No, it’s a regular show. It’s on every week. It’s usually just done in the guy’s home. It’s usually just that guy, who’s a ...Read More
A speech was given before a patriotic audience at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., on behalf of Conde McGinley's patriotic newspaper of that time, Common Sense. Freedman gives an insider's viewpoint (as a high-level insider of Jewish organizations) of history over the last 100 years and beyond, as he discusses that the so called Jews are actually a Pagan and Barbarian tribe that adopted the Talmudic religion, and are the true conspirators behind the shadow government, and clandestine takeover of the world. Introductory Note -- Benjamin H. Freedman was one of the most intriguing and amazing individuals of ...Read More
The media depicted the war as a “quagmire” begun by “right-wing hawks” who wanted to stop the spread of communism. They said the war was “unwinnable,” dragged out because the “hawks” were too proud to pull our troops out, our military having underestimated the determination of Ho Chi Minh’s forces. Here’s what the media omitted: The roots of the Vietnam disaster trace to World War II. At the “Big Three” conferences at Teheran and Yalta, President Roosevelt asked Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin if he would break his nonaggression pact with Japan and enter the Pacific war. Stalin agreed – ...Read More
After World War II left the world’s financial system in disarray, political leaders and financial gurus met at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, from July 1-22, 1944, to plan the post-war economic order. Economist John Maynard Keynes and the British government proposed the creation of a world currency called the “bancor,” and the U.S. government proposed a world currency to be known as “unitas.” But for a lot of reasons, mostly American reluctance, the schemes never took off. Instead, the Bretton Woods agreement resulted in the U.S. dollar — its value at the time tied to gold — being crowned ...Read More
In October of 1941, before Pearl Harbor, Philadelphia clock-maker Maurice Gomberg completed a communist world map of future regional unions, including a continental North American Union. The name Canada is not on that map. However, the former provinces are depicted as states, re-federated into a vast "United States of America" stretching to Greenland. Maurice Gomberg sympathized with the Communist Party of America (CPA). Interestingly, Canada's recent former leader of the Bloc Québécois, Gilles Duceppe, is a "former" Marxist-Leninist Maoist communist. In April of 2010, Duceppe toured Canada urging ALL the provinces to "secede" and become States. Then, on 30 ...Read More
Smedley Butler became widely known for his outspoken lectures against war profiteering, U.S. military adventurism, and what he viewed as nascent fascism in the United States. In December 1933, Butler toured the country with James E. Van Zandt to recruit members for the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). He described their effort as "trying to educate the soldiers out of the sucker class." In his speeches he denounced the Economy Act of 1933, called on veterans to organize politically to win their benefits, and condemned the FDR administration for its ties to big business. The VFW reprinted one of ...Read More
The formation of the BIS was agreed upon by its constituent central banks in the so-called Hague Agreement on January 20, 1930, and was in operation shortly thereafter. According to the Agreement, The duly authorized representatives of the Governments of Germany, of Belgium, of France, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of Italy and of Japan of the one part. And the duly authorized representatives of the Government of the Swiss Confederation of the other part Assembled at the Hague Conference in the month of January, 1930, have agreed on the following: Article 1. Switzerland ...Read More
In the secret 1822 Treaty of Verona (between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia) the Jesuits agreed to smash the US Constitution and suppress the freedom of the US. Their methods included destroying free speech, destroying and suppressing the press, universal censorship, sustaining the cooperation of the Pope and clergy to use religion to help keep nations in passive obedience and financing wars against countries with representative governments. In 1916 it was officially added to the Congressional Record by Senator Robert Owen: Robert Latham Owen was elected in 1907 as one of the first two United States senators for the ...Read More
Francois Charles de Berckheim, special commissioner of police at Mayence, a Freemason, had his attention drawn to the activities of the Illuminati, and began an investigation to determine whether or not the sect still was an active movement. He found that there were initiates "all over Europe" and that, instead of dying out, he stated that "Illuminism is becoming a great and formidable power and I fear, in my conscience, that kings and peoples will have much to suffer from it unless foresight and prudence break its frightful mechanisms." Grand Orient Freemasons would have the world believe that Illuminism ...Read More