It's a question of common sense, nothing more, where there's smoke there's fire... If you saw smoke coming from your house you would be
quite a fool to ignore it while you sit and wait for someone to come along and tell you that your house is on fire..
It's got to the point now where nobody neutral can seriously deny that something very dark is at work in Freemasonry.. Those that do have an
interest in protecting themselves and their craft. Personally, my interest is in truth, I have no career riding on being a brother of good report nor
do I fear anyone arranging for me to have a little 'accident'... The pressures must be great for you masons... I quite feel sorry for you.
We know that many of our democratically elected leaders have been assassinated by a 'black-hand' protecting its own interests. We know that
Masons are involved in organised crime (exposure of their crimes being one of the reasons they went underground in the UK). We also know that Masons
are corrpupt and involved in perverting the course of justice...
Here are more facts (but masons seldom let these get in their way):
"When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto a
coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under this death
threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and metaphorically,
placing himself in a cult and under a curse." Ex-masonic judge
The following article, from a Scottish newspaper, is very illuminating....
Just to remind you of what the Dumblane Massacre was:
The small Scottish town of Dunblane was racked with grief and horror last night as details emerged of the killer who had lived in their midst until
yesterday, when he shot dead 16 small children and a teacher in three minutes of carnage in a primary school gym.
Thomas Hamilton, aged 43, a disgraced former Scout master whose behaviour had attracted the attention of the police, turned one of his four guns on
himself after killing or injuring all but one of a class of 29 five- and six-year-olds at Dunblane primary school, near Stirling.
I think we all know what 'disgraced former scout master' means.
Investigation: By Neil Mackay, Home Affairs Editor
see also www.propagandamatrix.com...
LETTERS between Labour and Tory ministers and correspondence relating to Thomas Hamilton's alleged involvement with Freemasonry are part of a batch
of more than 100 documents about the Dunblane mass murder which have been sealed from public sight for 100 years.
The documents include a letter connected to Hamilton, which was sent by George Robertson, currently head of Nato, to Michael Forsyth, who was then
Secretary of State for Scotland.
Until now it was thought that a 100-year public secrecy order had only been placed on one police report into Hamilton which allegedly named
high-profile politicians and legal figures. However, a Sunday Herald investigation has uncovered that 106 documents, which were submitted to the
Dunblane inquiry in 1996, were also placed under the 100-year rule.
The Scottish Executive has claimed the 100-year secrecy order was placed on the Central Police report, which was drafted in 1991 five years before the
murders, to protect the identities of children named in the report. Hamilton had allegedly abused a number of children prior to his 1996 gun attack on
Dunblane primary school in which 16 primary one children and a teacher died before Hamilton turned his gun on himself.
However, only a handful of the documents, which the Sunday Herald has discovered to be also subject to the 100-year rule, relate to children or name
alleged abuse victims.
The most intriguing document is listed as: 'Copy of letter from Thomas Hamilton to Dunblane parents regarding boys' club, and flyer advertising
Dunblane Boys' Sports Club. Both sent to Rt Hon Michael Forsyth, MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, by George Robertson MP.' Also closed under the
100-year rule is a 'submission to Lord James Douglas Hamilton, MP, Minister of State at the Scottish Office, concerning government evidence to the
Another document relates to correspondence between the clerk of the Dunblane inquiry, which was presided over by Lord Cullen, and a member of the
public regarding 'possible affiliations of Thomas Hamilton with Freemasonry ... and copy letters from Thomas Hamilton'.
SNP deputy justice minister, Michael Matheson, said: 'The explanation to date about the 100 -year rule was that it was put in place to protect the
interests of children named in the Central Police report. How can that explanation stand when children aren't named? The 100-year rule needs to be
re-examined with respect to all documents.'
Matheson has written to the Lord Advocate, Colin Boyd, asking why the 100-year rule applies and how it can be revoked. He has so far had no response.
He also asked First Minister Jack McConnell to explain the reasons for the 100-year order but received 'no substantial answer'. Matheson is to write
to Colin Boyd a second time, in the light of the discovery that more than 100 other documents are also sealed, asking him to account for the decision.
A spokeswoman for the Crown Office said: 'In consultation with the Crown Office and the Scottish Office, Lord Cullen agreed that in line with the age
of some of the individuals involved and named in the inquiry, the closure period would be 100 years. The Lord Advocate is considering issuing a
redacted copy of the productions, which would blank out identifying details of children and their families. A decision on this has yet to be made.'
Other sealed key reports on Dunblane include:
A 'comparative analysis of Thomas Hamilton' by Central Scotland Police
Information about Hamilton's 'use and possession of firearms'
Pathology reports, Hamilton's autopsy report, and analysis by Glasgow University's forensic science lab on blood, urine and liver samples from
Details on firearms licensing policies
A review by Alfred Vannet, regional procurator fiscal of Grampian, Highland and Islands, of 'reports and information in respect of Thomas Hamilton
submitted to the procurator fiscals of Dumbarton and Stirling by Strathclyde Police and Central Police'
A psychological report on Hamilton
Guidance from the British Medical Association on granting firearms licences
'Transcript of and correspondence relating to answering-machine tape which accidentally recorded conversation between police officers at the scene of
the Dunblane incident'
Correspondence and witness statements 'relating to allegations of sexual abuse made against Hamilton'
"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists." J. Edgar Hoover
[edit on 11-3-2006 by Edelweiss Pirate]