3 thoughts on “TIDBITS: MEYSSAN AND STONE ON THE NOTRE DAME FIRE”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    Never let a crisis go to waste.
    Better yet, why wait for a crisis?
    How about a strategic tactic crisis?

    This real estate fire sale by acts of Gods[exotic weapons]; or children w/matches[made up cover] is catching on like…
    well…, fire.

    The last article w/Jim Stone is a beauty!
    WOW! Hats off!
    That is so damn obvious, I hadn’t even considered the audacity of it! I love it, simply because it is so “Them”!

    In Victor Hugo’s The hunchback of Notre Dame. the story’s central character isn’t a person, it’s a building. Quasimodo was a metaphor for the building[the snail takes on the form of its shell]. The cathedral was not only society for him, but the universe and all nature beside.
    15th century, was the advent of the printing press, where literature might replace architecture as an essential form of communication.
    When the hunchback was written there was a movement to renovate the church. the hunchback of Victor Hugo saved the Notre dame then.
    It’s the 21st Century, and again a paradigm shift is happening, as in the 15th…

    Where is Quasimodo when you need him?

  2. Loxie Lou Davie

    How about the statue of Albert Pike?!!! Was his letter to G. Mazzini in 1871 a “real letter”, or was it all a hoax???
    WILL the Third World War be brought on by Christianity & Muslims fighting each other? All this resulting in the nations exhausting themselves & thus being “readied” to accept the Lightbringer???

  3. On 23 February, 1993 there was a bombing at the World Trade Center complex. That was a story with two plots. It was a story with two sets of actors. It was a story with some actors shared. It was a story told with endings, one official (the released version) and one alternate (the alternative media version). If one is getting a sense of de ja vu, it’s no small wonder. In the case of the bombing the released version appears to be fantasy; the alternate ending version, documentary.

    If this sense of de ja vu is real I hope the French people have better luck emasculating Macron for his stupidity than we did with Clinton. Granted neither would be directly associated with their respective crises, but both are guilty of playing the globalists roles assigned them–and deserve the shame of having played their roles heaped on them in monumental proportions. Oh, wait! We actually do absolve and sanctify men’s shameful deeds on behalf the state by the deification process of monuments. That is important, isn’t it? “The evil that men do live after them, but their faithful service to the state is carved in stone!”

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