Financial Crisis- 1787-1789: France was deeply in debt. So, France borrowed huge sums of money to spend on wars like the American Revolution. By 1787, Louis XVI was desperate for money, he even tried to tax the Second Estate but the nobles turned it down. Sadly a year later, the country faced bankruptcy.
I think this event goes against the principles in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen because in the first place Louis XVI is borrowing money for wars and went into bankruptcy. Which doesn't really mean freedom, liberty, or equality. Louis XVI shouldn't be really borrowing money for a war that he might have lost or won.
Resources: Word History textbook