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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
What about the conspiracy to offer salvation? The white apron is 'essentially necessary' to addmition inot heaven...why?? Why even speak of things like this if you are not trying to convert others.
Originally posted by Metallica Bob
There may no be a worldwide masonic conspiracy,but they certainly run the whole town I live in.They control the baptist church and all seats at town hall.
If you cross one of them,bad things happen to you.
Originally posted by AlienScientist
I can.Look on your dollar bill and draw a star of david on top of the all-seeing eye pyramid.Look where the edges point to.
Originally posted by KoinMagus
we can't prove it because they are "just that good".
I have yet to see one individual prove that there is a ‘Masonic’ conspiracy of any type taking place.
What we find contentious is the idea that such corruption is both systemic in Freemasonry and that there is some way the presence of a corrupt Mason in the fraternity would have control or sway over the majority of non-corrupt members in any way
Originally posted by DeReK DaRkLy
If a high-ranking official takes a bribe, for example.. whether it be a policymaker, a military officer, a judge, etc., this is not so much a conspiracy as it is an act of greed. When acts of greed (and other misconduct) are coordinated repeatedly among individuals, then it starts to lean towards conspiracy.
Now, obviously the average, everyday run of the mill "Porch Mason" has no real effect on global society, but if you put one in a position of real power/authority, then at that point greed and power tripping CAN become an issue, because we all know what money, power and notoriety can do to people.
Of course, not all "high-ranking" members of the various power structures are Masons, and not all Masons are corrupt individuals, but I'm willing to bet that the world's most powerful people are nearly ALL corrupt, and that a fair share of them belong to some kind of fraternal order or other.