Translator: Davood Salehan
In 1789, a revolution happened in France that was known as the "French Revolution". The revolution was led by Freemasons and the fans of bourgeois ideas and in the context of "global Zionism protocols" it states that: "We call the revolution as" Great Revolution ".
The French Revolution was a liberal - bourgeois revolution. Before the revolution and during the reign of Louis XVI, France had a class parliament and feudal aristocracy enjoyed especial benefits and representatives of the capitalists and industrialists, and businessmen were missing the scores and benefits. During the French Revolution, leadership was with the capitalists and businessmen who had bourgeois ideas and the Enlightenment era in the head and demanded equal rights with the nobility and abolishing the feudal prerogatives under the slogan of "equality".
The bourgeoisie, under the slogan of "Freedom", demanded limiting royal power and development of plutocracy influence, who were owners of capital (merchants, usurers, owners of industries), and masses of people, who were mostly poor peasants and low-populated workers, dreamed of the abolition of feudal taxes and compulsory payments to the church. The masses were under the guidance of people like "Mirabeau", "Mara", "Danton", "Robespierre" and the influence of the ideas of the philosophers of the Enlightenment, especially those such as "Voltaire" and "Russo" and rebelled against the absolute monarchy of Louis XVI and on 14 February 1789, they destroyed "Bastille prison" which was symbol of tyranny of "Bourbon" family.
With the withdrawal of Louis XVI a constitutional monarchy was established and the liberal bourgeoisie took most of the power. Between the years 1790 and1792 power was often in the hands of the political club "Girondes" who were representatives of liberal capitalism calling for a constitutional monarchy. The foundation of club "Girondes" was run by Freemasons and the famous leaders were Freemason such as "Mirabeau". They passed many laws in France's National Assembly in favor of the capitalists and to develop secularism, but they did not think much of the impoverished masses of peasants and workers. The wave of protests of underclasses flared up again and this time Extremist and bourgeoisie representatives that were called "Jacobins" came to power. Jacobins were also mostly Freemason and their leader "Robespierre" was heavily influenced by democratic ideas of "Jean Jacques Rousseau". In nearly two years the Jacobins (1792 - 1794) proclaimed Republic in the France and despite many slogans about "human rights" and "freedom", the "terror" era ruled and nearly forty thousand people were beheaded by guillotine by the revolutionary republic which defended rights Human and tens of thousands were imprisoned and repression atmosphere overcame.
Although during the Jacobins land reforms were done in benefit of rural people, economic problems of people continued and the rule of owners of capital was replaced by feudal and nobility rule. Masses of rural and urban poor did not see the situation in favor of their benefits, so they were despaired by the government and stopped supporting it and a faction of capitalism in France that was upset of the Jacobins did a coup "Robespierre" and "Jacobin" on July 27th 1794 and overthrew them and executed Robespierre.
The historic role of the French Revolution that was completed by Jacobins was the abolition of feudal and nobility privileges, establishing rule of capitalists rather than feudalists, expansion of secularism and preparations for creation of a liberal democracy system in France that most managed to do all this until 1794 AD,; Although the revolution paved tumultuous and bloody and volatile process.
The French Revolution ideologically was embodiment of the ideals of liberalism ideology and it was socially led by the French capitalist class, especially the modernist intellectuals, however, its difficulties and hardships and casualties were suffered by rural and urban underserved populations. The French Revolution has become the classic example of modern revolutions in terms of the effectiveness and the movement process and bourgeois liberal ideology leading the revolution and its vast results and consequences in France and across Europe. With the French Revolution, liberalism raises as the dominant ideology and class of industrial and commercial capitalists and bankers as the ruling class in France and the feudal system and domination of aristocracy are outdated. The French Revolution because of its liberal - modern nature had a secular character and on two hundred years after the revolution, mainstream of French society was towards more institutionalization of secularism and growing industrialization of population of France, although religion issues had changes and volatility with different governments and social weight of church in the two centuries after the French revolution, however, the overall direction of movement of France's political regimes was to extend secularism.
Zionists and especially Freemasons due to the important role that had in intellectual and guidance leadership of the French Revolution try to introduce this revolution as beginning of "freedom" of human. The truth is that by the French Revolution of 1789, Humanism spirit that has emerged since the Renaissance in the West and was expanded, appeared in the form of a political governance and regime. In fact, the French Revolution is an example of political - social revolutions of the modern age and not example of any revolution everywhere in the world.
With the French Revolution, the concept of liberal freedom was famous concept of the freedom and defining human rights was on the basis of human self-establishment in the soul. Thus the French Revolution is start of the practical development of liberal concept of freedom not the true meaning of freedom as the next course of events revealed in France and Europe; revolution brought freedom for the capitalists and bourgeois but strengthened expensive chains of capitalist exploitation and bankruptcy and economic poverty on the lives of French workers and small artisans and by domination of the legal and political structure and modern education it kept man away from his own religious arena more than ever before and captured him in captivity and self-alienation.