Facts of French Royalty

 

The french royal house of Bourbon still today rule the biggest vassels of France and Italian vassels of Parme, where parmessan cheese is from and Farnese, a very important hierarchical ambassadorship as well as all of Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, Liege, Leichenstein, Bavaria, Naples, Empire 2 Sicilies and Bresil. Center of France is vassel of Bourbonais surrounded by thier families emmense vassels of Blois, Berry, Soissons, Clermont-Ferrand, Michelin, Néstle, Nemours, Nêvers, Trêvers, Dauphine, Toulon, Provence, Luxembourg, Bourgogne, Anjou, Aquitaine and Toulouse. Roi-des-Francs Henri IV de Bourbonneaux named la Louisiane for his ancestor St. Louis, it was not d'Ibrevilliers who gave this name. Louisiana name was given when the french Bourbons passed their rule to their cousins the royal spanish house of Borbon.

 

The relative House of de Medicis are governors of Bresil today and the king of Bresil is of the Royal House of Bourbon-Bragance.

 

Pretending emperor today is Charles Napoléon, because he dropped his family name Bonaparte he has dynastic disputes. France today is II Empire Napoleon V Républic DeGaul. A republic is a royal city-state, France has several. A city is a town with a prison.

 

Charles deGaul had France governed as 75 departments. Also ruled by

the French government are kingdoms of Belgium, Swiss, Netherlands and Germany

as far as Berlin.

 

SA Prince Albert de Monaco of the Grimaldi family and son of U.S. actress Grace Kelly rules Monaco and has his own Monogasque Guard, police, airline, cable server, and United Artist Films. The Casino de Monte Carlo was opened by Felix Blanc who was married to princess Napoléon. The money of Monaco is the monagasque-franc. Monaco Grand Prix is held yearly on the streets of Monaco.

 

The royalist political party l'Alliance Royale (www.alliance-royale.com) wants to elect prince Villenoisy as king of France and wants to war Africa to kill organizers of SOS Racism.

 

The small country of Andorre situated on both the french and spanish frontier is a republic ruled by a prince and has duty-free shopping. Presidents of the french republic become co-princes of Andorre.

 

Paris is a consolidation of several republics identified as BRED Republics.

 

Marseille, a town at Provence full of foreigners and the Foreign Legion, is ruled by Toulousian count Bernard Tapie who is a billionaire industrialist owner of Tapie Industries and owner of the marseillaise soccer team Olympique de Marseille (OLM) whose mottos are 'veut l'equipe' and 'adroit jusqu'a but'. He is related to famous painter of the Moulin Rouge, the late Henri Raymond Tapie-Lautrec de Toulouse, known as Toulouse-Lautrec.  The Toulousian rule of Provence is called La Comtat Venaissin, named for the local roman town of Venasque.

 

The prince of Orange, Francis Penault is married to mexican-american actress Selma Hayek.  His family rules Netherlands, State of Orange south Africa and the island of Nasau with Nasau Bay. He has right to claim the title of King of England and has a fortune of 23 billion euros. His families are Penault, Nasau and Baux, their vassel facilitates the Foreign Legion royalist regiment 13eme DBLE.  Their companies include Orange telecom, internet server and clothesline. Francis Penault also helped make the film Home and once lived in Los Angeles. His cousin is Wilhelm-Alexandre the protestant king of Netherlands who preceded Beatrix. Because of their protestantal revolution lost to Louis XIV they are not allowed to make a republic at Provence other than Aix-republics.

 

The royal house of Beaumont today are so disgustingly perverse that they are forbidden their titles of prince and princess so are rather titled as Beaumont Le Vi-Comte. Their ancestor princess Louise de Beaumont authored Beauty and the Beast, and another Beaumont prince helped illustrate Democracy in America by count Toqueville.  Their family were also traitors to the brittish during the Hundred Years War.

 

Contrary to rumors and tv imposters there are no princes of Normandie. The normans were all executed for treason during the crusades because they had allied to the mongol army of Khan and conquered Italy and Germany. This is also German Swabian history.

 

After the revolutionary overthrow of feudalism and the royal order the marquis de LaFayette, made a U.S. inspired bicameral legislature the Assemblée Nationale was replaced with Napoleon's romanesque Consul Directory than returned after Napoléon's exile and is still the government today alongside the royal parlement that is la sénate.

 

After Napoléon was disposed there were 3 Bourbon kings who ruled France, one was a faggot, another died while at rule and, the last was Louis-Phillippe de Bourbon-et-Penthreve who started the Foreign Legion out of his paranoia of regicide by Article 15: 'service au titre étranger'. His family the Dûchy de Berry were so fed-up with him.  Later the Bourbon kings returned and still rule today!

 

Provence has all the worst of the french royalty; the perverse marquis de Sade, the finnish protestant prince of Orange, the rebel marquis de Lafayette-LaGrange and the failed marquis de Montcalme who lost the French and Indian War. The Napoléon-Bonaparte family also have a little history for staying down there and for naming la Marseillaise as a anthem and there was also the rebel bandit viscount Raymond de Turenne who pillaged the countryside.

 

Though not reported on Forbes magazine the spannish Bourbon king is a trillionaire and his family has several billionaires. They are also constituted as 'above-the-law'.

 

Because of the Revolution the royalty complain of fear of regicide. So to stay close the nobility are also referred to as royalty.

 

The count of Bescanot leads the french communist party. French communists are called beatniks.

 

At Rennes-les-Chateaux is a Pierre Plantard who claims he is a direct ancestor of last merovigian-frank king Dagobert III and so ancestor of our savior Jesus Christ and king David. He doesn't resemble a frenchman, though, rather he resembles jews.

 

Louis XIV had found in his royal court a italian nobleman married to a  frenchwoman so he called court and had the couple and their children executed.

 

During the Affair of Poisons the girlfreind of Louis XIV was caught with poisons obtained from a Paris witch, half of Louis' royal family were incriminated and executed.

 

In one of the towers at the Paris Louvre 2 of the d'Aubigney princes were found having a orgy with 2 fiancéd princesses who were neices to Frank king Phillip LeBel who had them all executed. The princesses had tubes inserted down their throats and water poured until their stomachs burst. The princes were tied to pyres and skinned alive, castrated and disemboweled before public then hung dead for display.

 

The Templar Knights had a strange initiation to kiss each on the genitals so for this and other reasons reported by the Pope and several kings, Phillip LeBel had over 300 of them arrested, tried and burned for homosexuality. It is recorded that the Templar knight leader Jacques de Molay yelled a curse to the king that he wouldn't live another 40 days and it was so, the king died amonth later.

 

The jew-socialist leader Jean Jaurez was shot to death by frenchman Raoul Villain, 2 weeks later the french army mobilized into World War I and within 2 years Raoul Villain was acquitted and freed.

 

Prince Pierre Napoléon had a few murder cases he was acquitted of. First was in Italy, during a hunting expedition with the Italian army he had apprehended a notorious bandit but while turning-over the bandit Pierre Napoléon argued and killed the police lieutenant by having his regiment open fire. Next killing was while visiting his family in the U.S. at New York City, he had a street fight he lost so he shot his opponent to death. The last incident was when a famous Parisian journalist named LeNoir punched Pierre Napoléon during a interview, Pierre pulled a small pistol out his pouch and shot the journalist dead.

 

Filmstar Brigette Bardot was given a official condamnation by the Pope who advertised the damning by ads in european newspapers. It was the closest to a Inquisition condamnation the Vatican could get done because she was a frenchwoman who showed herself slutty and revealed her back and shoulders for published photos.

 

The Faubourgs were a group of radical heretic professors and students of the University of Paris named for the suburb of north Paris where most of them lived. After they locked themselves in the university the king laid seige and had them all massacred. Other French universities had massacres ordered by a Frank king.

 

 

 

The French Wars

 

There were once 3 european companies to India. The Brittish were first in 1600 with East India Inc. and next in 1602 the Netherlands created Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie owned by the Van Loo family. Both obtained black slaves from Africa and Indiaand made commerce with India untill they warred each other between 1780-1784. In 1664 France made Compaignie des Indes orientales at end of the 7 Years War when the Indian colony of Poincherry was lost and American colony Nouvelle Netherland was renamed New England by the Treaty of Ulritch.

 

In 1867 France conquered Tonkin Bay and in 1887 unified Conchinchine, Cambodge, Laos, Annam, Tonkin and Indochine as one french-colony. A dispora of former slaves to China called 'coolies' arrived to the french tropics for contract work and entered the french colonial regiment during wartime, they became known as french colonists. The treatise of Paris ended the Indochine and Vietnam wars, it was signed at Chateau Versailles.

 

During the Algerian war of 1958-1962 the french army with the French Foreign Legion and north-african colonists formed the Organization Secrete so to make a coup d'etat contre general and president Charles de Gaul because he wanted to stop the war. He had tanks placed in Paris and broadcast the warning that should they attempt to parachute over Paris he would blast them out of the sky and so the attempt was abandonned.

 

​The Hundred Years War fought between France and England from 1337 to 1453 was a dispute over the claims of fiefs and the succession to the french crown after the french king deceased. The brittish invaded Flandres, fought the bataille d'Agencourt where the duc de Bourbon and duc de Bourgogne were captured, and fought St. Jeanne d'Arc at the seige d'Orleans. The bourgignons turned traitors by allying to the brittish, Jeanne d'Arc was captured, put on trial at Rouen and handed over to the brittish enemy who burned her at the stake and pyre. Frank king Charles VII succeeded to the frank throne and made a comeback by instigating brittish civil war known as the War of the Roses fought between the House of Lancaster and the House of York. All sieged vassals were reconquered and the war ended in 1453 without the brittish gaining anything.

 

During the Hundred Years War the British attempted to seige Orleans however the english king fled the battle.

 

 

 

 

 

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