reply to post by Rockpuck
Masons? What does this have to do with Freemasonry? Honestly.. do you actually see how bigoted asinine comments like that are?
It’s called lack of critical objectivity because of shared affiliation. Questions have endured for centuries as to what if any part of the Founding
Father’s Masonic background might have had to do on the decision making process.
An objective student of history would realize a shared affiliation in a group, especially a secret brotherhood, could have a potential impact on
motive and decisions.
It’s why we rounded up and interned Japanese Americans during World War II, its called shared affiliation.
Because the possibility exists for a conspiracy where shared affiliation is concerned, the questions always have to be asked, scrutiny should always
It's not.. but the Holy Roman Empire was not run by the Vatican .. it may have started out as the Pope having control, but by the end of the Empire,
it was actually Protestant.
And this is where so many get confused, and some others deliberately confuse by making what is essence a political power structure, and a financial
power structure, simply the sum total of religion.
Religion and that kind of pitfall created by that kind of superficial thinking, makes in fact the perfect cover for a political and financial
structured group seeking power.
One of the things I am trying to outline, and in fact many lawyers make their living try to outline is a contract is a contract.
The fronts people put on are simply meant to distract and provide a cover, and confusion, where as the details of the Contract, which Treaties are, is
legal binding documents between parties.
OMG are you three years old? There is not a World Leader that can be named that, if they were to visit say America and jaywalked would be ticketed??
Their immunity is simply a nature of their status.. Yes, heads of State do require different circumstances when it comes to mundane laws like
Manuel Noriega, comes to mind, Pinochet is another, the Taylor family of Liberia, etc., etc.,
By the way, most ATS members understand that people, who attack the poster, are only doing so to bolster a weak argument or a lack of a genuine one.
Seriously.. what the hell are you talking about? What is your problem with Freemasonry.. were you personally wronged by a Mason? You seem to have a
very evident chip on your shoulder....
See answer above when it comes to OBJECTIVE, and OPEN MINDED, CRITICAL research.
Sounds like you are the one with a problem with Freemasonry too me.
Mainly your inability to understand that no organization nor it's members should be above question, scrutiny or critique.
Another history lesson for you (since you obviously slept through your history lessons) .. In Rome, the Thumbs Down meant "live" (or more precisely
'sword down') Thumbs UP meant "kill".
This is a subject for debate amongst many scholars, in fact no one I know was there, how about you?
But overall they were nice efforts to split hairs, focus on personalities, and resort to non intellectual replies.
Thanks for the amusement.
Simply put.. your wrong. About essentially everything.. which I find funny that you can post a thread and as long as you hit the key words get 30
stars and flags and a "zomg your so right".
In your opinion, let me say, clearly emotional opinion, since laughter, and scorn seems to be more your forte, than any topical grasp of the subject,
you consider me to be wrong.
While others with no affiliation or allegiances to Secret Societies, like the Masons, are not quite so jovial about the subject.
Lot’s of attempts to clearly demonstrate your arguments are selective, and based on a poor, and agenda ridden of history and ego.
Thanks for sharing them!