Léo Taxil

March 21, 1854 — March 31, 1907

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About Léo Taxil

Marie Joseph Gabriel Antoine Jogand-Pagès, better known by the pen name Léo Taxil (French: [leo taksil]; March 21, 1854 – March 31, 1907), was a French writer and journalist who became known for his strong anti-Catholic and anti-clerical views. He is also known for the Taxil hoax, a spurious exposé of Freemasonry and the Roman Catholic Church's opposition to it.

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It’s an acknowledged fact that France is invaded by cockroaches. Wherever you might go, in no matter what region you travel, you will see nothing but convents, churches, and monasteries everywhere. Cloistered or non-cloistered, the cockroaches swarm. This race of insects is everywhere. It’s slowly pursuing its labor of absorption of the soil. If we don’t watch out, if we don’t decide to use a special insecticide against them they will soon be the masters of France. Universal suffrage would then rise up in indignation in vain. It will be too late. The right to vote will be crushed by the right to property. Beware of this progressive invasion and take the appropriate measures. In the first place, instruct the peo... (From: Marxists.org.)
Citizens: A bishop who is blind both morally and physically which doesn’t prevent him from preaching the virtues of the waters of Lourdes while not himself using them (laughter); who inundates France with insulting little pamphlets in which he attempts to soil the Republic, but which doesn’t prevent him from going to that Republic’s cashier in his position as canon of Saint Denis and guardian of the tombs of the kings of France – though there are no more kings in France (renewed laughter) – M. de Ségur, to not give his name, wrote an infamous work entitled: “The Freemasons, What They Are, What They Do, What They Want.” We in turn will study together this question: the Jesuits, what they are... (From: Marxists.org.)

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March 21, 1854
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March 31, 1907
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