The Black Legends - Part 12- The Revolution and the Permanent Propaganda Machine

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From the middle of the 1700's through the French Revolution and down to the present, this new Grand Coalition used all media to develop an endless variety of Black Legends. Dr. John Rao demonstrates that it did not matter that these were often contradictory, and that Catholicism was depicted, simultaneously, as an enemy of the State and too great of a friend of the government; anti-family and too pro-family; anti-science and too much in favor of a scientific use of nature. The one unifying principle in all of this contradiction remained clear, however: the need to attack an institution and a Faith that put Truth above immediate "success". Taken from: The Black Legends: The Renaissance, the Enlightenment, and the Anti-Catholic Myth - 2003 VonHildebrand Institute

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