A Jewish coup d’etat

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  1. Another comment I found on some old blog, I can’t even remember which one :

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    On May 22, 2012 at 5:46 pm Panina said:

    A small note: the “French revolutionaries” of 1789 were actually a very small and very organized splinter group, with financial backing, defined leaders, and access to precise field intelligence, such as the state of Parisian garrisons, the location of weaponry caches, and the assurance that Louis XVI would refuse to fire on them. Certainly not a huge and spontaneous popular wave inspired by the “ideals of the Renaissance” as it is commonly thought in the Anglo-Saxon world (as if the average individual was actually reading books in that time!).

    Not more than 500 people took part in the Bastille assault, and no resistance was actually offered by the prison troopers. The group then drew support from parts the Parisian population, but their numbers never really came above 2000. The French masses taken globally were either apathetic or softly supportive of the monarchy.

    This was a Coup, like every other “popular revolution” in history.

    Can we therefore say it was a manifestation of White liberalism? That would be tantamount to viewing the 1917 Bolshevik “revolution” as a manifestation of a Slavic tendency toward communism.

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