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Message from the Watchers July 2015
France's Bastille Day July 14
The Political Crisis
The Third Estates carrying the Clergy and the Nobility (NOTE: think Bankers, Secret Societies, and Nobility) on its back.
The Ancient Regime system was based on the concentration of all political, social and economic power between three classes, the monarchy, the clergy, and the aristocracy (NOTE: think Bankers, Secret Societies, and Nobility).
- The First estate represented the Roman Catholic clergy.
- The Second estate represented the nobility, with its main governor, King Louis XVI and his "court".
- Finally, the Third estate represented the rest of the population, the poorest and largest group of people.
There were very few opportunities for the general population to ascend the social ladder as all privileges were determined by birth and not by talent. The social mobility rights could be bought but it was impossible for the poorest to afford them.
All the main political decisions were taken arbitrarily by the King and his advisers, with little or no direct consultation with the rest of the French population.
Added to this unfair and archaic political system, a terrible economic crisis pushed the poorest people closer to revolt.
Since the beginning of the 18th century, the population of France had grown dramatically. The country counted 30 million people in 1789, 8 to 10 million more than in 1700.
Outside of a few large cities (Paris, Lyon and Marseille), 80% of the people lived in the countryside. This rural majority lived exclusively off the land. Under seigneuralism, peasants rented their lands from wealthy lords and had to pay them significant taxes to have the right to grow crops.
The lords were then supposed to turn over part of these taxes to the King, but they often kept the biggest part for themselves. Only one third of the very unpopular tax on salt, known as the 'gabelle' was redistributed to the King.
In the meantime, the peasants were having a really difficult time living from their work and the large majority was living below subsistence levels. As the cost of flour began to rise people were left to starve, unable to afford bread anymore. This ultimately became an important source of revolt as bread was and still remains the main item of every French grocery list.