Thomas Jefferson Armed Black Terrorists

The Roses and The Lilies

John Presco

Copyright

June 21, 2020

A Father of our Nation gave rifles to the black revolutionaries of Haiti so they could kill French soldiers. Jefferson believed the French would arm the slaves of the South. Black slaves only wanted to be free. This evil conspiracy to protect slave owners of the South – and he was one of them – brings us to the present. July Fourth will be upon us, the greatest White Slave Owner Symbol of all time. Our Founding Fathers did not free the slaves when they wrote our Constitution. Why? A statue of Jefferson was toppled in Eugene Oregon. This was a good start to a Real Revolution, and perhaps the founding of the Kingdom of Fromond – that will include all of Canada! Harry and Megan will be the sovereigns of Fromond.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/08/02/the-nation-of-fromond/

The reason Marie D’ Medici’s history was erased because she was a Huguenot and Protestant like her husband. This is why her son turned against his parents. The Pope in Rome was behind this. Here is the real DaVinci Code. The Papacy feared New France would launch a Protestant armada from the New World! This is the most hidden history in the history of mankind.

https://rosamondpress.com/2020/06/21/marie-d-medici-and-new-france/

The Southern Red States feared the French under Napoleon would use the Lousiana Territory as base to launch terrorist attacks that encouraged black slaves to rise up against their masters. If this happened, the French could take the Thirteen States – and all of America! Jefferson armed the black slave freedom fighters and ended the threat to American Slavery that arose in Saint Dominique (Haiti)

My Rosamond ancestors were Orangeman that honor William of Orange and the Glorious Revolution that ended any chance of Britain becoming under papal rule. Consider the Tudors.

It is time to have a REAL REVOLUTION that recognizes all men are created equal. I suggest America’s Glorious Revolution bid everyone running for office to read and sign the Declaration of the Rights of Man, that Jefferson promoted – while owning slaves and putting down the revolution of slaves in Haiti. God hates a hypocrite. If the Senate and Congress do not pass a Bill declaring Thomas Jefferson a hypocrite, then I suggest the New Glorious Revolution take the Lousiana Territory to be forever…..The Land of the Free!

There will be signs!

John Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

“In January 1802, France sent General LeClerc to Saint-Domingue to re-establish slavery, reduce the rights of free people of color and take back control of the island from slave rebels. This colony had been the wealthiest for France in the Caribbean, and Napoleon wanted its productivity restored. Alarmed about the French actions and its intention to re-establish empire in North America, Jefferson declared neutrality in relation to the Caribbean, refusing credit and other assistance to the French but allowing war contraband to get through to the rebels to prevent France from getting a foothold again.

In November 1803, France withdrew its 7,000 surviving troops from Saint-Domingue (more than two-thirds of its troops died there) and gave up its ambitions in the western hemisphere.[10] In 1804 Haiti declared independence but, fearing a slave revolt at home, Jefferson and the US Congress refused to recognize the new republic, the second in the Western Hemisphere, and imposed a trade embargo against it. This made it difficult for the country to recover after the wars.”

While the sale of the territory by Spain back to France in 1800 went largely unnoticed, fear of an eventual French invasion spread nationwide when, in 1801, Napoleon sent a military force to secure New Orleans. Southerners feared that Napoleon would free all the slaves in Louisiana, which could trigger slave uprisings elsewhere.[8] Though Jefferson urged moderation, Federalists sought to use this against Jefferson and called for hostilities against France. Undercutting them, Jefferson took up the banner and threatened an alliance with Britain, although relations were uneasy in that direction.[8] In 1801 Jefferson supported France in its plan to take back Saint-Domingue, then under control of Toussaint Louverture after a slave rebellion.

https://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/were-merovingians-descended-monster-meet-quinotaur-007465

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declaration_of_the_Rights_of_Man_and_of_the_Citizen

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/08/26/the-orange-blue-prophecy/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/04/30/call-me-blue/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/06/23/rougemont-templars-of-orange-baux-and-chalon/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/06/12/the-orange-lodge-in-canada/

The French Revolution had a great impact on the colony. St. Domingue’s white minority split into Royalist and Revolutionary factions, while the mixed-race population campaigned for civil rights. Sensing an opportunity, the slaves of northern St. Domingue organized and planned a massive rebellion which began on August 22, 1791.

When news of the slave revolt broke out, American leaders rushed to provide support for the whites of St. Domingue. However, the situation became more complex when civil commissioners sent to St. Domingue by the French revolutionary government convinced one of the slave revolt leaders, Toussaint L’Ouverture, that the new French Government was committed to ending slavery. What followed over the next decade was a complex and multi-sided civil war in which Spanish and British forces also intervened.

The situation in St. Domingue put the Democratic-Republican party and its leader, Thomas Jefferson, in somewhat of a political dilemma. Jefferson believed strongly in the French Revolution and the ideals it promoted, but as a Virginia slaveholder popular among other Virginia slaveholders, Jefferson also feared the specter of slave revolt. When faced with the question of what the United States should do about the French colony of St. Domingue, Jefferson favored offering limited aid to suppress the revolt, but also suggested that the slaveowners should aim for a compromise similar to that Jamaican slaveholders made with communities of escaped slaves in 1739. Despite their numerous differences on other issues, Secretary of the Treasury and leader of the rival Federalist Party Alexander Hamilton largely agreed with Jefferson regarding Haiti policy.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/05/18/sapharidic-jews-and-house-of-orange/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/06/23/rougemont-templars-of-orange-baux-and-chalon/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/06/12/the-orange-lodge-in-canada/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Bourbon-Parma

Louise Marie Thérèse d’Artois (Louise Marie Thérèse; 21 September 1819 – 1 February 1864) was a duchess and later a regent of Parma. She was the eldest daughter of Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry, younger son of King Charles X of France and his wife Carolina of Naples and Sicily, daughter of King Francis I of the Two Sicilies.

Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma (Zita Maria delle Grazie Adelgonda Micaela Raffaela Gabriella Giuseppina Antonia Luisa Agnese; 9 May 1892 – 14 March 1989) was the wife of Emperor Charles of Austria. As such, she was the last Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary and Croatia, and Queen of Bohemia.
Born as the seventeenth child of the dispossessed Robert I, Duke of Parma and his second wife Infanta Maria Antonia of Portugal, Zita married the then Archduke Charles of Austria in 1911. Charles became heir presumptive to the Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria in 1914 after the assassination of his uncle Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, and acceded to the throne in 1916 after the old emperor’s death.
After the end of World War I in 1918, the Habsburgs were deposed when the new countries of Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs were formed. Charles and Zita left for exile in Switzerland and later Madeira, where Charles died in 1922. After her husband’s death, Zita and her son Otto served as the symbols of unity for the exiled dynasty. A devout Catholic, she raised a large family after being widowed at the age of 29, and never remarried.
Asteroid 689 Zita is named in her honour.

Robert I (Italian: Roberto I Carlo Luigi Maria di Borbone, Duca di Parma e Piacenza; 9 July 1848 – 16 November 1907) was the last sovereign Duke of Parma and Piacenza from 1854 to 1859, when the duchy was annexed to Sardinia-Piedmont during the unification of Italy. He was a member of the House of Bourbon, descended from Philip, Duke of Parma the third son of King Philip V of Spain and Elizabeth Farnese.

http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=adolphe;n=de+ghaisne+de+bourmont

Adolphe de GHAISNE de BOURMONT
(Philippe Auguste Adolphe de GHAISNE de BOURMONT)

Né le 1er novembre 1808
Décédé en 1883 , à l’âge de 75 ans
Officier d’état-major
Saint-Cyr : voir ses cousins de la même promotion “1824-1826”
Parents
Louis III de GHAISNE de BOURMONT , maréchal de France 1773-1846 (Ministre de la guerre, gentilhomme de la Chambre du roi)
Marie Madeleine Juliette de BECDELIÈVRE 1775-1840
Fratrie
Louis IV , Comte de Ghaisne de Bourmont 1801-1882
Juliette de GHAISNE de BOURMONT 1802-1868
Amédée de GHAISNE de BOURMONT , voir Mort pour la France 1803-1830
Charles de GHAISNE de BOURMONT , voir Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louis (Chevalier) 1807-
Adolphe de GHAISNE de BOURMONT 1808-1883
Ernestine de GHAISNE de BOURMONT 1809-1839
César de GHAISNE de BOURMONT 1814-1854

The Louisiana territory encompassed all or part of 15 present U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. The land purchased contained all of present-day Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska; parts of Minnesota that were west of the Mississippi River; most of North Dakota; most of South Dakota; northeastern New Mexico; northern Texas; the portions of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado east of the Continental Divide; Louisiana west of the Mississippi River, including the city of New Orleans; and small portions of land that would eventually become part of the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The purchase of the territory of Louisiana took place during the presidency of Thomas Jefferson. At the time, the purchase faced domestic opposition because it was thought to be unconstitutional. Although he agreed that the U.S. Constitution did not contain provisions for acquiring territory, Jefferson decided to go ahead with the purchase anyway in order to remove France’s presence in the region and to protect both U.S. trade access to the port of New Orleans and free passage on the Mississippi River.

Although the purchase was thought of by some as unjust and unconstitutional, Jefferson believed there was no evidence of unconstitutional actions taking place during the purchase of what became fifteen states. In hindsight, the Louisiana Purchase could be considered one of Thomas Jefferson’s greatest contributions to the United States.[6] On April 18, 1802, Jefferson penned a letter to Robert Livingston. It was an intentional exhortation to make this supposedly mild diplomat strongly warn the French of their perilous course. The letter began:

While the sale of the territory by Spain back to France in 1800 went largely unnoticed, fear of an eventual French invasion spread nationwide when, in 1801, Napoleon sent a military force to secure New Orleans. Southerners feared that Napoleon would free all the slaves in Louisiana, which could trigger slave uprisings elsewhere.[8] Though Jefferson urged moderation, Federalists sought to use this against Jefferson and called for hostilities against France. Undercutting them, Jefferson took up the banner and threatened an alliance with Britain, although relations were uneasy in that direction.[8] In 1801 Jefferson supported France in its plan to take back Saint-Domingue, then under control of Toussaint Louverture after a slave rebellion.
Jefferson sent Livingston to Paris in 1801 after discovering the transfer of Louisiana from Spain to France under the Third Treaty of San Ildefonso. Livingston was authorized to purchase New Orleans.

In January 1802, France sent General LeClerc to Saint-Domingue to re-establish slavery, reduce the rights of free people of color and take back control of the island from slave rebels. This colony had been the wealthiest for France in the Caribbean, and Napoleon wanted its productivity restored. Alarmed about the French actions and its intention to re-establish empire in North America, Jefferson declared neutrality in relation to the Caribbean, refusing credit and other assistance to the French but allowing war contraband to get through to the rebels to prevent France from getting a foothold again.[9]
In November 1803, France withdrew its 7,000 surviving troops from Saint-Domingue (more than two-thirds of its troops died there) and gave up its ambitions in the western hemisphere.[10] In 1804 Haiti declared independence but, fearing a slave revolt at home, Jefferson and the US Congress refused to recognize the new republic, the second in the Western Hemisphere, and imposed a trade embargo against it. This made it difficult for the country to recover after the wars.[11]

https://rosamondpress.com/2020/01/16/the-kingdom-of-virginia/

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/07/19/virginias-labyrinth/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/10/08/paneuropean-union-and-virginia-hambley/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/10/08/virginia-hambley-is-kin-to-empress-zita/

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/10/07/the-larmenius-charter-and-virginia-hambley/

Sapharidic Jews And House of Orange

Here is an article that is related to this post. Margarita de Castro e Souza is a close kin of Francis Salvador who fought the British in America’s War of Independence, as considered the Father of Reform Judaism.

Jon Presco

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/05/18/the-sephardic-trojan-horse-in-jersualem/

The historical significance of Markle’s entrance into the House of Windsor is clear, especially because as DeNeen L. Brown of the Washington Post pointed out earlier this week, it opens up the question: is Markle the first biracial woman to marry into the British royal family?

As Brown explains, the answer is complicated. In an interview with African diaspora historian Mario De Valdes y Cocom, the scholar tells Brown that her research points not to Markle but rather the late 18th-century royal Queen Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz as being England’s first biracial queen.

The commander of Fort Orange was Abraham Raven. He is a relative of Nassau Thomas Senior and the Exarch Prince, Don Abraham Senior. The blazon of DiegoTeixeira Sampayo Senior depicts five eagles. I suspect this eagle is the source of America’s Eagle, our National Ebblem and Ensign. I suspect the the red cross in the Grand Flag is not the red cross of Saint George, but the red cross of the Knights Templar. I suspect John Maurice Nassau was a Master Mason who introduced the Templar rank. I suspect the first Freemasons were Sephardic stone masons who came to build a new Zion in Brazil.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smartnews-arts-culture/5-things-you-didnt-know-about-queen-charlotte-180967373/

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