posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 03:46 PM
The ATS fellow has a right to be where he is as long as he is on the public sidewalk. It is only 'loitering' or 'trespassing' if he is within the
grounds of private property. He has a right to express his views or demonstrate his right to protest what he believes to be a conspiracy if he so
chooses as long as he doesn't do so on private grounds.
On the other hand, most Masons I know or know of are good standing citizens and it is a requirement for them to believe in a God without a required
preference to a particular religion. Masonic lodges do provide alot of charity and assistance to local communities and provide a good service to the
communities of which they reside.
It's more of a social fraternity among men in most situations than a conspiracy of sorts. People blow the mason conspiracy way out of proportion to
reality since most members are not even aware of who is ultimately in charge. This ultimate authority is rarely if ever exercised. Rather, it's a
way of the banksters to attempt to control their subjective countries around the world by establishing societies the world over to monitor their
'financial' control over the Central banks and monetary policies. Rothschild, Rockefeller, the Queen of England, Illuminati and the Vatican are the
at the top of that pyramid. The Queen must bow to Rothschild upon entering his sovereign city state 'The City of London' of which is a sovereign
city state within Greater London and answerable to no one.
If there is a conspiracy, it resides within the privately owned and operated 'City of London' itself which is run by the 'House of Rothschild'.
Rothschild runs the Bank of England, it's Central Bank hence the reason the Queen must bow to him upon entering his domain. When one controls the
monetary system, they control the nation.
History of the House of Rothschild International bankster cartel
House of Rothschild
The illuminati control the American Masonic society though only a 32nd or 33rd degree Mason may be privy to this though there are always
'exceptions'. I had a relative in the past of whom was a 33rd degree Mason and even he was not aware of the supreme role of the Order of the Garter
and Rothschilds influence over it until much later in life. Every other order is subjugate to this order though surprisingly 99.999% of Masons are
unaware of this.
Order of the Garter
I don't believe in joining silly secret societies though most humans have the desire to be a 'part' of something they see greater than themselves.
The problem resides in the fact that the oaths they take subjugates their very sovereignty as an 'individual'.
Lest we Deny Ignorance.
[edit on 16-1-2009 by Perseus Apex]