Through French Eyes: The Counterrevolution

This section will outline what we propose as very effective tactics for aiding the restoration of the Catholic Church, which is the Kingdom of God on earth. We hope to do our part in saving the Church from the hellish forces of Protestantism, Eastern New Age Paganism, and the mother of all anti-Church Satanic influences, Freemasonry. The latter seeks a blasphemous one-world religion where all churches are seen simply as a melting pot of spirituality, energizing the building of a utopian, anti-God, secular humanist, earthly City of Man. This earthly city adores man himself through “self-actualization,” “self-awareness,” and, essentially, a “divine self.” The tactics here are specific antidotes to these anti-Church forces that spiritually poison the Church. They are related to Le Royaume’s three primary programs supporting our Mission and Vision, namely:

Seek the Kingdom through True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary and habitual Eucharistic adoration.

Love the Kingdom through a journey on the Trail of the Dogmatic Creed to “La France Mystique,” that is, “Mystical France” with St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux.

Defend the Kingdom through devotion to the counterrevolutionary spirit of traditional French Catholicism and the culture of Christendom that developed through the centuries around the faith of the ages.

Every faithful Catholic must understand three fundamental points, whether or not they find specific affection in devotion to Traditional French Catholic Spirituality and the Renaissance of Catholic France. Le Royaume, as stated in point four of her ten points, does not consider herself normative for the Church; she is one Counterrevolutionary force supporting the universal Church. Le Royaume is for those who feel special devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Mystical Kingdom of France. In the French mindset, however, we gain a unique insight, for France is the key battleground between the Church and the anti-Church forces. Through the evils of the French Revolution, we see Satan’s strategy, which began in the Protestant Revolution, now officially codified in language. It is this same strategy that he is using to fan the flames of revolution inside the Church today. That strategy is: “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité.”

The cry of the French Revolutionaries that later inspired Lenin and the Bolsheviks in Russia is now the cry of revolutionaries in the Church. However, the latter’s language is predictably obscure and deceptive. Le Royaume aims to call it out into the sunlight so that we might defend ourselves and ultimately destroy it.

The Problem

The attack on Christ’s Holy Catholic Church through the post-Vatican II years has come along the same three avenues whereby Satan so horrifically raged against the Church during the French Revolution. The “smoke of Satan” entering the Church after Vatican II (as described by Pope Paul VI) was the smoke that burned in the Bolshevik Revolution. It inspired the French Revolution of the “enlightenment.” The American Revolution inspired the latter with its “Separation of Church and State.” All of these anti-Church movements spawned from the evils of the Protestant Revolution. 

The following three points are critical to understanding the Freemasonry-inspired confusion in the Church, which gives, temporarily and only by the mysterious will of God, free reign for Satan to walk through the Kingdom of God on earth and to mock our Savior as he did on Calvary:

Liberté – is religious freedom. Liberté is the revolution in the Church to promote Masonic freedom of religion whereby society gives error the same rights as truth and tends to support democratic spirituality and the formation of Democratic, Constitutional Republics as the governmental “right arm” of Satan’s secular humanism.

Revolutionaries in the Church use Vatican II’s declaration on religious freedom to destroy the preeminence of the Church in society and culture, all in the name of “freedom.” Liberté is the revolutionary inversion, the turning away, or “un-repentance” from freedom through obedience to God and toward slavery through obedience to man.

Liberté “allows” people to “personally” believe something while never, ever feeling the right to “impose” that belief on others.

Liberté is the battle cry for revolutionaries in the Church who seek to destroy Catholic Christian culture by publicly supporting civil rights for evils such as abortion or same-sex “marriage” while claiming that they do not “personally” believe that way! The revolutionaries inside the Church now preach that this is the “new” way of Catholicism, or they unmercifully twist and mangle their words to explain that this is “how the pre-conciliar Church really thought.”

In the final analysis, these revolutionaries support a secular freedom that leads to the slavery of Adam over a religious obedience that leads to the freedom of Jesus Christ.

Egalité – is ecumenism. Ecumenism is the revolution in the Church to promote the equality of all “Christian” denominations. Egalité is a false ecumenism that is no more than the frontal assault of the evils of Protestantism in the Church.

Revolutionaries use the Church’s teaching on ecumenism to mitigate or destroy the Church’s unique claim as the only Church of Jesus Christ and the only Church through which is given us the hope for salvation. We are reduced to the lowest common denominator of belief to appear more attractive to Protestants rather than pronounce the fullness of our faith with vigor to convert Protestants to the fullness of truth in the Catholic Church.

Egalité is the revolutionary inversion, the turning away, or “un-repentance” from the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church toward a new democratic collegiality among baptized Christians. The revolutionaries would have us seek to learn from heretics and schismatics.

Egalité works in union with liberté to break down the Church’s walls and carry away her inhabitants as slaves to the new, Masonic, one-world spirituality of tolerance and world peace. Revolutionaries lead Catholics to believe that their traditional interpretation of the faith is “intolerant” and “divisive,” which are contrary to the “true” teachings of Jesus Christ (apparently only recently discovered through the intellectual superiority of the modern mind!).

Revolutionaries lead Catholics to believe that their new chains of slavery in Freemasonic thought are the vestments of freedom.

Fraternité – is tolerance for other religions. Revolutionaries promote the Masonic, one-world utopian ideal of world peace through the eradication of religious differences.

Revolutionaries are using the Church’s Vatican II teachings on other religions to mitigate her missionary and evangelical zeal for the conversion and salvation of souls. Fraternité is the revolutionary inversion, the turning away, or “un-repentance” from the Great Commission of Christ to baptize all nations. Rather than the Father’s Kingdom “on earth as it is in Heaven,” they push the City of Man, representing Satan’s Kingdom “on earth as it is in Hell.”

We see the blasphemous integration of Eastern New Age spiritualities into the Church and its liturgies as the way toward the utopian ideal. Revolutionaries promote Pacifism. We should defend no dogma, as this means to believe in the superiority of one’s belief -revolutionaries despise this true belief.

Revolutionaries shame Catholicism for its past, telling the faithful that Jesus wants (and always did want) the “enlightened,” “progressive,” and “modern” way. Original sin no longer exists for them (nor did it ever really, in the teachings of the revolutionaries); Christ’s death was simply a tragedy of ignorant religious zeal (such as the Catholic Church has expressed through the centuries). His death on the cross “saves” us through the enlightenment we now receive from the modernist’s intellectual superiority in interpreting the past. Jesus becomes “resurrected” and “alive” in our hearts when we finally eschew all religion and embrace the utopian one-world spirituality of man.

Fraternité closes the loop to the unholy trinity with liberté and egalité.

The Satanic secular virtues of liberté, egalité, and fratenité have flown in spirit through the ages. From their inception in the Protestant Revolution to the “Enlightenment,” the American Revolution of “Separation of Church and State,” and the French Revolution, they emerged once again in the Bolshevik Revolution and the Sixties “Hippie” Revolution. Now they are embodied by the modern Secular Humanist Revolution. There is one personified spirit behind all these revolutions with one objective: the destruction of the Holy Catholic Church. Liberté, egalité, and fraternité are the inversion of the true virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love. This obfuscation is the reason that so many Catholics are confused today. They hear words that mimic the truth while being browbeaten with a supposed charity.

Le Royaume’s Solution

To counter these heresies and false spiritualities, and in a spirit of true charity that desires not to see anyone condemned for eternity (which condemnation of souls is the deceptive and ultimate aim of the one world spirituality), Le Royaume has established her programs and objectives. We must be unyielding and unwavering in our efforts to call out these three critical operations of Satan and push back on his revolutionaries both inside and outside the Church through the following:

Seek the Kingdom – to call out and destroy the influence of liberté through True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary and habitual Eucharistic adoration.

Through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, in union with the Real and Substantial Presence of Jesus Christ in His Eucharist, the Holy Spirit will lead souls to obedience to the dogmas, doctrines, and magisterial teachings of the Church. This path is the narrow but proper road leading to the magnificent Kingdom of God. The Virgin Mary with her Son, Who is truly man and truly God and the only Savior of the human race, will never, and can never, deceive.

By obediently “seeking first the Kingdom” in their care, the soul abounds in the hopeful joy of finding true freedom in the Kingdom of God.

Love the Kingdom – to call out and destroy the influence of egalité through devotion and consecration to the magnificent saints, Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux, both secondary co-patronesses of France.

Together with the Virgin Mary, who is Queen of France by King Louis XIII’s consecration of France to her, these two daughters of God will faithfully lead the soul toward a mystical Kingdom, the mystical Kingdom of France, which far outshines any earthly Kingdom.

The soul will understand that the Kingdom of God, which, like a mansion with many rooms, encompasses many Kingdoms, has no equal!

The soul will understand the beauty of authentic inequality as expressed in the hierarchies of angelic spirits and saintly souls making up the Kingdom, like the various hierarchies of trees, flowers, rivers, meadows, and mountains making up one indivisible, unified panorama!

Now, there, through the dogmas and doctrines of the Catholic Church, we will find true unity and peace, all in magnificent splendor! It is precisely this true unity and peace in love that the revolutionaries would seek to deny us for the ruin of our souls! We defend and offer this true unity and peace in love to the world!

Defend the Kingdom – to call out and destroy the influence of fraternité through teaching in our souls a Counterrevolutionary spirit as historically demonstrated by the Catholic and Royal Army of the Vendée during the French Revolution (and which has its counterpart in the Cristeros of Mexico in the early 20th century).

We express defense of the Kingdom of God in a spirit of unconditional love and charity for God and humanity. We refuse to bow before the false modern spiritualities.

We refuse to offer incense to the false idols of secular humanism expressed through such totalitarian campaigns as abortion rights, gay rights, and gender ideology. We defend our faith out of love, for the unrepentant sinner cannot enter the Kingdom of God.

To inspire souls to repent and seek God’s true Kingdom is to inspire them with charity, fraternal love, peace, and unity.

Closing Summary of Methodology

Through Le Royaume’s programs, objectives, and methods, as explained here and elsewhere in our writings, we seek to leverage the wisdom of the French Catholic experience. This experience helps us restore the Church in the spirit of “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.”