Yale President Timothy Dwight exposed Voltaire's anti-Christian agenda that undermined France - American Minute with Bill Federer
Machiavelli's concept that the end justify the means, allowed those who did not believe in God's definition of good and bad to replace it with their political agenda being good and those opposing them as bad.
Dwight explained Voltaire's tactics:
"In societies of Illuminati ... the being of God was denied and ridiculed ...
The possession of property was pronounced robbery.
Chastity and natural affection were declared to be nothing more than groundless prejudices.
Adultery, assassination, poisoning, and other crimes of the like infernal nature, were taught as lawful ... provided the end was good ...
The good ends proposed by the Illuminati ... are the overthrow of religion, government, and human society, civil and domestic.
Paine's Path from Patriot to Pariah--Only Founder Without a Gravesite - American Minute with Bill Federer
Ben Franklin advised:
"I would advise you, therefore, not to attempt unchaining the tiger, but to burn this piece before it is seen by any other person ..."
Equality vs. Equity: American Revolution vs. French Revolution; and the term of 13th President Millard Fillmore - American Minute with Bill Federer
"Equality" in America meant equal treatment before the law; but in France "equality" meant everyone having an equal amount of possessions.
If the fraternity -- the socialist state -- thought someone had too many possessions, it used the power of the state to take them away.
Fort Mims' Massacre, Battle of New Orleans & General Andrew Jackson - American Minute with Bill Federer
The Alabama historical marker reads:
"FORT MIMS - Here in the Creek Indian War 1813-14 took place the most brutal massacre in American history. Indians took fort with heavy loss, then killed all but about 36 of some 550 in the fort. Creeks had been armed by British at Pensacola in this phase of War of 1812."
Jan. 6-Epiphany: Christ's manifestation to the world! -- Celestial Prophecies & History of the 12 Days of Christmas - American Minute with Bill Federer
Epiphany is celebrated on January 6th, which in Eastern Europe was considered the holiest day of the season.
Western Europe, though, celebrated December 25th, the birth of Christ, as the holiest day of the season.
As Eastern and Western Europe could not agree on which day was the holiest, it was decided at the Council of Tours in 567 AD, to make all 12 days from DECEMBER 25 to JANUARY 6 "The Twelve Days of Christmas."