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Freemasonry in Politics

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posted on Jan, 21 2007 @ 04:21 PM
I would urge that Freemasonry has no political agenda but that politicians or political entities that may be closely related, do.

A politician that is a Freemason has a political agenda that would be shaped by things such as his childhood, upbringing, experiences, relations to God if any, family, church, and the lodge.

I'm particularly interested how the lodge may affect that political agenda.

Like-wise the lodge provides a medium of communication to other members and a medium of relations to other members thus businessmen and politicians and etc have a certain connection that doesn't necessarily set their agenda but allow them to pursue one together.

With these influences how does Masonry shape the world?


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