By Jim Kirwan
“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ (in French ‘Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité’) is a tripartite motto in the form of a hendiatris, i.e. a phrase used for emphasis, in which three words are used to express one idea. The motto finds its origins in the French Revolution when it was first used in a speech from Robespierre on 5 December 1790 when dealing with the organisation of the National Guard.”
All of that is Dead & Gone now…
“France has chosen to go quietly into the cold, dark night. Instead of rising up against the jihad and islamization of France, they have chosen to submit to the most brutal ideology on the face of the earth.
They voted for submission over freedom. France is finished.”
FRANCE SURRENDERS: Macron Pummels Le Pen
Ironically the candidate chose the Louvre to make his acceptance speech a global landmark that he will end up closing down because he has no plans at all for anything, no experience whatsoever: And he will be the one that will bear the shabby coffin for the failed Republic of France…. And that funeral will also mark the end of any remaining Civilization in Europe.
Is this what will be in store for every other nation in the world today?
It will be if we don’t even start to defend ourselves!