A Young Voice Cries For Justice: King Louis XVII, Pray For Us

King Louis XVII
The Little King, King Louis VII, My dear little cousin

Over the coming next few days I will be reading the autobiography of our Little King, to be able to do a proper full length article on him here, trying not to cry while writing this, this young ten year old Catholic, died a Martyrs death and what I will write will expose how evil Modern France is and how evil the errors of the French Masonic Revolt are, because my little cousin deserves to have his story told in full and what actually happened to him told.

I quote from Br. Alexis Bungolo, Chief Operator of the Newly Re-designed News Site, FromRome.Info “Considering how the modern godless state is forcing sex ed on kids, his story touches a lot of points of inhumanity and immorality, and presages the evils of secularism which followed his death.”

Volume 1: Life Of Louis XVII: The Captivity Of The Royal Family In The Temple

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Volume 2: The Life Of Louis XVII, His Sufferings, His Death: The Captivity Of The Royal Family In The Temple

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The Introduction, Chapter Two & Three Screen Shots, I must admit, shedding of tears when reading this chapter.

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“I have even restrained, as far as was in my power, the expressions of sentiment, which will ever nourish in my mind recollections and regret; my object not being to say how I loved this child, but to show how worthy he was of being loved.”

The Anti-Life Policies of the Masonic French “Republic” which spread it’s demonic errors through out the ages, which has killed 61,680,900 since 1973 human beings according to the Abortion Counter Clock, and 1,562,431,020 world wide since 1980.

All these children, since our Little King, should be “showed how worthy he was of being loved.”  All these murders and ending of life, including Euthanasia, have their start in the French Revolution.

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Let us begin with the good years of the Little King, his birth and Baptism

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The rising of the storm of the Revolution and the Modern Republic is beginning through modern Philosophy, which goes against Truth and Life, and the King his father, King Louis XVI, was given bad advisers who began to do experimental things that which will end the Monarchy.

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The death of the brother of King Louis XVII and this was the first death of the Royal Family, but from a illness, so could this mean the worse is to come?

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Our Little King when his brother died, was four years old and now has to take on the great responsibility of the Dauphin or heir to the Throne of France, and his mother, took it upon herself to help prepare him.

“You admired him when you saw him, you loved him after you had heard him speak.  Children and princes are generally full of themselves; but this prince had the selfishness neither of a princes nor of children, who are kings in their own way.  He always thought, not of himself, but of others; he was tender toward those who loved him, attentive to those who spoke to him, conciliatory to those who visited him, polite to everyone.”

The only flaw if you want to say that, like any little boy, he didn’t care too much to be baby-sitted or going to bed early or getting up at a set time.

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Now, to those dads who worked long hours and so do their moms, if the King of France made time to home school his son personally in academics, so how much more can a father who has a normal job can take time and personally teach his children in academics, but most of all, as the King did, in the Catholic Faith?

In six years, the King and Queen will be dead, and he kidnapped, trafficked, abused, poisoned, and so many worse things.

The Storm Is In Paris & Heading To The Royal Family In Versailles

 

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King Louis XVI on July 17th decided to go back to Paris, even though the Storm Clouds have rose up in the city, and his wife was nervous, as anyone’s would be, I’m even nervous going into a bad part of town when in Wichita for a specialist doctor appointment, but, it was worse than that, the coup was starting by the Masonic Leaders, he, King Louis XVI, left the palace at Versailles at 11 AM to go to Paris, why did he leave the safety of this palace? It was some promise that he would return, to make peace with the citizens.

Like all little boys, they don’t want to see their daddies go for whatever reason, especially Louis XVII, about his dad going into dangerous Paris, he told his mom while watching the carriage drive away, “He will come back, mamma,” “He will come back; my father is too good for any one to seek to harm him.”  When Louis XVI did return, Louis XVII ran like all little boys to greet their dads on their return home, nearing beating the carriage.

The 1st Of October 1789: It Begins, A banquet given by the King’s Garde-du-Corps for the officers of the Regiment of Flanders, who are now garrison at Versailles; in Paris, scantly clad women with scantly clad hair, learned of this party and it was their signal for the insurrection.

On October 5th, these same women, with drunken men, led a procession that grew, the ringleader armed with a hatchets and knives, mixed with the National Guardsmen, surrounded M. de Lafayette, compelled him to lead them to Versailles.

They cried for “bread!” “bread!” At six o’clock in the evening, they arrived at Versailles, then into the chateau, and a woman nominated to speak for them, named, Louise Chabry, so scared and hungry, “we are tired of living in misery, poverty, and we want food!”  The King steps forward to explain, it is not his fault, he has ordered extra grain and everything to help them, then he says again, “My friends, if you are unhappy, it is not my fault; I am still more so than yourselves.  I will give the orders to the keepers of the granaries at Corbeil and Etampes to deliver all the corn and flour they can spare.  May these orders be better obeyed than those I hitherto issued.

The women hired to curse the King, started to bless the King saying “Vive le Roi!” and those inside left, but the actual mob was still coming, let us return to the Autobiography:

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Let us allow these current events to sink in and what is about to truly start with the guards murdered, the mob taken the King, Queen, Louis XVII back to Paris, and the mob taken the palace in Versailles, it will only get worse.

6th October, 1789 – 20th June, 1791

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As you can see, the Monarchy of France is no more, it was now mob anarchy rule, laws were not being followed or enforced, the Royal Family were prisoners and could only leave the house on certain days to walk in the gardens.  The cruel and obscene insults against the King and most of all, the Queen were awful.

The National Assembly, if you want to call it that, was a major factor into what happened next when this book called, The Red Book, or in French, Livre Rouge, The Royal Bank Account Book.  Since we are talking about finances and funding the of the rages of the revolutionaries by reading the Bank Book, there are other finances and funders of the Masonic Revolution of France, many Masonic Temples from the UK, and all over Europe, but main one that planned the Revolution, was allowed to use the Dominican Convent in Paris, Rue Saint-Jacques or in Latin, Jacobus, The Jacobin Club.  They met often at this Dominican Convent to overthrow the Catholic Church of France and the Catholic Government of France.

This convent was being restored, so only one room was used for the liturgies and for study, this room was called, Écoles Saint-Thomas, and I believe it is the same room used for the Jacobin Club, because when this monastery was suppressed after the French Revolution, each building and room was destroyed between 1800 and 1849, from Dictionnarie historique de Paris: contenant la description circonstanciée de … by Antony Béraud, Pierre-Joseph-Spiridion Dufey, 366, via google books

I’m guessing the Dominicans went back to their other convents, my guess to escape the storm brewing in France, that was done in their convent.  Let us return to the autobiography on what is happening since the revolutionaries got their hands on the accounting book of the Royal Family.

Anarchy was going strong and spreading throughout the different provinces of France, certain properties were destroyed or raided, and chateauxs burned.  The mob blocked the traffic, so the orders of the King could not be done again, this time helping the actual people who need more and better food, could not get this food and so in using the cries of the actual protesters, made them blind with a frenzy to go against the King and calling him a liar, when in fact, it was the mob who made sure the grain and bread could not be delivered.

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To Read Part Two: ‘Another Installment Of ‘A Young Voice Crying For Justice’ The Rise Of Anarchism and Training Of Louis XVII

To Read Part Three: ‘Next Installment Of ‘A Young Voice Crying For Justice’ Louis XVII Pray For Us’ Learning About The Infantry Regiment, The Charity Of Louis XVII, The Rise Of Anarchy Again

To Read Part Four: ‘Continuation On Holy Week, More Developments Of Anarchy, and the Agony and Death of King Louis XVII

Requesting Traditional Requiem Masses For The Little King, Louis XVII

 

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