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🇫🇷LOUIS XVI🇫🇷

A blood sample was recently identified as belonging to King Louis XVI of France…

The results yielded that he belonged to haplogroup G-M201…

“It is believed that Haplogroup G originated in the area of the Middle East during the late Paleolithic era, as many as 30,000 years ago”

“We find that members of this haplogroup seemed to have been intimately linked to the early development of agriculture in the Levant part of the Fertile Crescent, beginning 11,500 ago”

SOURCE;

http://dnaproject.lannin.org/haplogroups/haplogroup-g/

Louis XV died in 1774, and according to historical documents from 1775, he had a Swarthy skin complexion…

“Lewis XV was the handsomest youth in France, he had a swarthy complexion”

SOURCE;

(J. Dodsley, “The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year 1774”; 1775)

As did his grandson Louis XVI…

”He appeared to me to have a striking resemblance to that most unfortunate and by far the best of all French monarch Louis XVI, large, massy, full face, aquiline nose, dark eye, Swarthy complexion”

SOURCE;

(Thomas Budd, “Good Order Established in Pennsylvania and New-Jersey, in America: Being a True Account of the Country; with Its Produce and Commodities There Made in the Year 1685”; 1865)

Definition of SWARTHY:

Black, Dark Brown, Tawny.

SOURCE;

(Samuel Johnson, “A Dictionary of the English Language; in which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations … Together with a History of the Language, and an English Grammar.”; Vol 4; 1818)

This portrait is titled “Portrait of a Youth in an Embroidered Vest”

It was painted by French classicist painter Marie Victoire Lemoine in 1785…

The elegant satin attire and embroidered vest indicate his connection with a noble family…

This portrait is laughably identified on Wikipedia as a French revolutionary named “Louis-Benoit-Zamor” whom was kidnapped from Bangladesh and then sold to Louis XV of France (a bogus lie that cannot be substantiated by any first hand historical record)

Here we are dealing with Blacks in art, and what Caucasians have done with Blacks in art (that which survives).

What they do is to declare those Blacks pictured in European art as either Slaves, Servants, the Mythical St. Maurice, the Biblical Magi or most ridiculously, Ambassadors of the King of the Kongo/Congo…

Another tactic they use to falsify the true meaning of Black artwork is to give it false and often derogatory titles…

Stupid “white” lies to explain away the presence of Blacks in Europe i.e. they are ALWAYS Africans, slaves or servants…

When portraits of Black nobility are discovered, outrageously stupid scenarios are concocted to explain their existence…

They like to engage in one of their favorite methods of falsifying history, that is to declare all European Blacks as Africans, African Slaves, or the children of African Slaves; without the inconvenience of having to prove what they say…

Actually this mans name is Louis-Auguste, and he was the last King of France before the fall of the monarchy during the French Revolution and Louis XV was his grandfather…

He was referred to as Citizen Louis Capet during the four months before he was guillotined…

In 1765, Louis-Auguste became the new Dauphin of France…

Upon his grandfather’s (Louis XV) death on May 10, 1774, he assumed the title “King of France and Navarre”, which he used until September 4, 1791, when he received the title of “King of the French” until the monarchy was abolished on September 21, 1792.

When Louis XVI acceded to the throne in 1774, he was nineteen years old…

He had an enormous responsibility, as the government was deeply in debt, and resentment of “despotic” monarchy was on the rise…

He himself felt woefully unqualified to resolve the situation…

As king, Louis XVI focused primarily on religious freedom and foreign policy…

While none doubted his intellectual ability to rule France, it was quite clear that, although raised as the Dauphin since 1765, he lacked firmness and decisiveness…

His desire to be loved by his people is evident in the prefaces of many of his edicts that would often explain the nature and good intention of his actions as benefiting the people, such as reinstating the parlements…

When questioned about his decision, he said, “It may be considered politically unwise, but it seems to me to be the general wish and I want to be loved.”

In spite of his indecisiveness, Louis XVI was determined to be a good king, stating that he “must always consult public opinion; it is never wrong.”

By wmb3331

Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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