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Special: St. Joan of Arc - The Virtue, The Valor, and The Victory

Special: St. Joan of Arc - The Virtue, The Valor, and The Victory

Update: 2019-02-23
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She was a special forces commando before the invention of the internal combustion engine. She was a model of true femininity and feminism before there was such a concept as women’s rights. With equal mercy she gave no favor to the rich yet showed no partiality to the poor,. She tempered valor with virtue, and with the deepest humility surrendered her victories to the Crown and to God’s Altar.

She saved France from the diabolism even then beginning to cement itself in the British Islands, and protected the French people from the ravages of English mercenaries intent only on looting the Continental peasants they oppressed. 

She was sentenced to death in a Show Trial that would have made Mr. Stalin blush, by fiendish lawyers who reacted to her purity like Dracula taken out for a summer’s day picnic. 

In a special episode of Unmasking the Revolution we are joined by the inimitable and (to be seen) indefatigable Monsieur who explains how this slight peasant girl became the spiritual colossus we know of today and who is held to be the patron of France’s monarchs and of France herself.
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Special: St. Joan of Arc - The Virtue, The Valor, and The Victory

Special: St. Joan of Arc - The Virtue, The Valor, and The Victory

Unmasking the Revolution