For the people of France to enjoy any sense of prosperity, the Palace at Versailles must be destroyed.
All of it.
Indeed, for Americans and people around the world to enjoy any sense of prosperity Versailles must be destroyed.
Versailles, of course, was built by the Sun Pig, Louis XIV.
The Sun Pig was a thug who cared not one wit about the people he called his subjects.
Many workers died for the Sun Pig’s arrogant dream.
One mother, who lost her son while working at Versailles, dared to denounce the king for what he was – a thug more focused on his own glory than the needs of the people.
The Sun Pig had her whipped.
You applaud this woman’s flagellation when you visit Versailles and admire the wealthy and splendor in the Hall of Mirrors.
In reality, when you visit Versailles you are whipping yourself.
The curation of this stolen wealth, this so-called heritage, is essential to the power of the modern state.
It is the fuel behind its tyranny.
Enormous effort and money has been expended to purchase and bottle up this wealth.
The wealth is your heritage that has been stolen from you.
This is true of Versailles; it is true elsewhere.
Who was the Sun Pig?
He was a thug with an army who ruthlessly robbed and pillaged his way to his position.
How many hundreds of thousands did he kill for his own glory?
Along the way he confiscated the wealth of peasants and bottled it up for himself.
The same can be said of our leaders here in the United States. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Harvard Pigs have performed the same task here in America. They steal your money and purchase items like the Gutenberg Bible which they sequester away for themselves in the Widener Library. At Yale, the Yale Pigs bottle up the wealth of the world and place it in the Beinecke library.
It’s not for you; it’s for the elites.
It exists to justify and sustain their power.
This bottling up of wealth not only exists for books but for photographs as well. The Ivy League pigs are busy buying up picture archives of your history that was made by you, that belongs to you. Of course, they will permit you to license a photo for a steep price. This immoral accumulation of perpetual ownership is codified and cemented into law by corrupt Ivy League poli-pigs and judicia-hogs.
It’s not alway easy to see why this accumulation and control of past wealth aids the elites in justifying their rule.
I mean, who cares who owns a bunch of old books, right?
Well, it’s as important as a leader owning and wearing a crown.
Controlling the legacy of the nation is important.
It’s akin to being tapped on the shoulder by the previous leader.
Every conquering civilization has gone to great lengths to acquire the symbols, Gods and traditions of the rulers preceding them.
Because you place value in this wealth, rulers do.
They control your mind with art, music, your God, your traditions.
At the Louvre in Paris sits the Mona Lisa. Millions of people line up each year to view it. Why? They line up because they have been programmed to believe that the Mona Lisa is the finest painting ever painted.
Oh, really? And why is that? Who decided that? It was decided by the curators and art historians who are controlled by the elites.
People have also been programmed to believe Leonardo da Vinci is a genius. Perhaps people believe that viewing a genius makes them a genius. But who decided that Leonardo was the ultimate genius? Why, it was the professors and art historians who owe their patronage to the elites.
Therefore, if I control the art that controls your mind, I control you.
Now, this wouldn’t be so bad if our leaders were good people, but they’re not.
Countless examples can be given to demonstrate that our leaders couldn’t care less about us. Yet, we cannot overthrow them. Why is that? Why can’t we overthrow leaders who fail to serve us?
My gosh, we can’t even get out of the box to start a revolution. So what is the problem here?
The problem is that our leaders, who own our legacy and our heritage, have taken the mantel from Leonardo da Vinci’s shoulders and placed it upon theirs.
“You see,” they proclaim, “we are the successors to Leonardo da Vinci. We are the geniuses in society.”
And the people buy it – lock, stock, and barrel.
Thus Versailles and the need of the elites to preserve it.
Versailles exists to keep you in a state of perpetual servitude.
Thus the need to destroy it.
Now some of you will say that, no, we must keep Versailles, that it is too beautiful, that is a reminder of our heritage, or that we must remind ourselves never to engage in building something so frivolous again.
Perhaps you think it is an appendix of sorts, something we need to keep around, for old times sake, to remind us of where we came from.
Well, it’s an awfully big appendix, and the appendix has a way of getting infected and threatening the life of the body.
I will argue that the downside of Versailles outweighs any beauty it might possess.
Versaille is not dead. It is still very much used by the power establishment to assert its control over the people.
Versailles wasn’t just built by Louis as a beautiful place to display art. No, Versailles was employed to control and indoctrinate the nobles who were a threat to Louis.
These days is used to indoctrinate you.
Hours upon hours of a noble’s time were wasted on learning and obeying the rules of ettiquette. The purpose of Versailles was to glorify Louis. Mundane events such as his rising in the morning, or his eating of daily meals were theatrical events that nobles were compelled to watch.
Today the government of France and the governments of the European Union use Versailles as a showcase of power to make important treaties.
Because you have been indoctrinated into that scheme of power through your visitation of Versailles, through your education about Versailles, you implicitly and subconsciously accede to the power of Versailles.
You have heard of the Treaty of Versailles which was a colossal disaster. You may not have heard of the Treaty of Amsterdam which will prove to be an equally colossal disaster.
Both these treaties were signed at Versailles.
A rotten seed cannot produce good fruit, and the seed of Versailles is rotten.
Versailles itself is rotten.
The palatial estate screams out arrogance and conceit.
Versailles is not just a pretty venue for photo opportunities.
It’s criminality, arrogance, paternalism, obliviousness, and cruelty seep out from the gleaming mirrors to invade and corrupt the human souls that reside there, and do business there.
In that respect Versailles is a malignancy lying in wait for the next King Louis to arise.
For true human liberty and prosperity to be achieved, Versailles must be destroyed.
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