Sometimes, we have to go back to history to learn how true Christian patriots were persecuted for their faith in order to keep history from repeating itself. As we see today with the pledge of allegiance being the issue of the day, we in the Christian Church must not get distracted by the mainstream media. Our allegiance should only be to the New Jerusalem, not these demonic, beast-oriented nations who want us to pledge our hearts to a Satanic system. Don’t confuse faith with patriotism. Yes, it is ok to unite in common cause to preserve a system that encourages us in our faith, but our governments are not to be confused with Jesus Christ. They want to harm us!
Here’s an excerpt discussing the French town of Vendee, where those who murdered the Christian monarchy turned their weapons on the very civilians they sought to “free” with liberty, equality, and brotherhood:
What did this wonderful French Revolution do for civilization?
Read on: Twelve “infernal columns” commanded by General Louis-Marie Turreau were ordered to kill everyone and everything they saw. Thousands of people — including women and children — were massacred in cold blood, and farms and villages torched.
In the city of Nantes, the Revolutionary commander Jean-Baptiste Carrier disposed of Vendeean prisoners-of-war in a horrifically efficient form of mass execution. In the so-called “noyades” -mass drownings — naked men, women, and children were tied together in specially constructed boats, towed out to the middle of the river Loire and then sunk.
When it was over, French General Francois Joseph Westermann penned a letter to the Committee of Public Safety stating: “There is no more Vendee… According to the orders that you gave me, I crushed the children under the feet of the horses, massacred the women who, at least for these, will not give birth to any more brigands. I do not have a prisoner to reproach me. I have exterminated all.”
Historians believe that around 170,000 Vendeeans were killed in the peasant war and the subsequent massacres — and around 5,000 in the noyades. Question: Where was the Fraternity in this act?
This is a classical genocidal extermination of innocent men, women and children.
Peasants committing Religious Murderous Genocide against other Peasants
You see, the reason the Vendee had to be exterminated was because the Vendeean peasants were revolting against their country priests being killed because they refused to take an oath.
For Mr de Villiers, an aristocrat whose family seat is in the Vendee, genocide does indeed apply as his forebears were killed for religious reasons: they had rebelled to protect their priests, who refused to swear an oath to the new constitution. “It’s the rare case of a people rising up for religious reasons. They did not rebel because they were hungry, but because their priests were being killed,” he said. Question: Where was the Liberty in this act?
There is no liberty when the priest has to take loyalty oaths and is killed if he refuses. Did King Louis XVI do such dastardly deeds? — I don’t think so!