posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 04:45 AM
I think the problem is that people don't understand( masons included) that this organization is not responsible, like by order or decree of ANYTHING
except what it is doing as a pastime or humanitarian hobby. It does however organize the power and wealth of nations under a common order, so while
some of you go to eat beef and be merry,, others go to the after party or come from the pre-game with an agenda in mind. So while most of you are good
people, there are always those that aren't, and they use this social entity as a means to organize their efforts. You honestly don't believe that
these people are ALL good noble and community servants. Some of the greatest sociopaths have been up and up people to unsuspecting eyes.
What do you think masons did 300 years ago, go to the local YMCA and give out blankets?
Perhaps you think they were involved in ending the suffering of slaves on plantations 200 years ago?
The farther back you look, the less involved its members were in cover operations like those of our current age to rework their image.
Like when Rockefeller was demonized in public eyes for massacres' and labor conditions, he hired PR reps to rework his image. They staged photo ops of
him handing out money, and told him to contribute huge amounts to charity. Check it out he was first an ass, then he became a saint.
The image of free masonry has been reworked as well. While its current members are probably good people who think they can accomplish allot of good
deeds. That does not change history, or the fact that leadership is from the top down and almost always coincides with world leadership. Just saying,
is it a coincidence that corrupt and evil people in power are almost always masons. They can't publicly talk about their "good deeds" you think they
go there to repent or something. It's a club, sure, nothing bad there. But its history and its leadership is suspect. Don't scream at us for pointing
OP that was the KAPOW post. Nice.
edit on 9-2-2012 by casenately because: (no reason given)