posted on Aug, 14 2004 @ 10:31 AM
Excellent reply, Leveller. It's rather comical that Necros has defeated his own argument in his last post.
"International" Freemasonry is, of course, Freemasonry that is recognized as legitimate internationally, i.e., regular Freemasonry. Fringe groups
within the German state, who were never Freemasons, organize a conspiratorial anti-Masonic campaign in the name of their almighty anti-Masonic
Fuehrer, and historical revisionists like Necros appropriate to them the title "Freemasons".
This is what Orwell called "doublethink" and "blackwhite" in his anti-totalitarian masterpiece "1984". In this book, Orwell describes how a
tyrannical political party of the future, based on the Communists and Nazis, enslave people mentally, and weed out "thought crimes".
In the book, "blackwhite" is a compliment when applied to a comrade, but derogatory when applied to an enemy (an example of doublethink). When
applied to a comrade, it means that a person's loyalty is beyond question, because he will keep arguing that black is really white when it's in the
party's interest to do so.
When applied to an enemy, it refers to a person whose argument is absurd, because he claims that black is really white while the evidence is stacked
to the contrary (whether or not it actually is).
I have often been amazed at the analogy between Orwell's vision of the Thought Police, and the tactics of the anti-Masons. Like their Orwellian
cousins, the anti-Masons re-write history continually, in order to make it conform to their current line (such as Necros' redifining of Freemasonry
as you mentioned, a typical example of "blackwhite").
I would suggest everyone re-read 1984, and compare the mind control of the Thought Police with that of the anti-Masonic propagandists, especially the
Freemasonry Watch website, which seems to have so effectively programmed Necros. The parallels are nothing short of astonishing.
[edit on 14-8-2004 by Masonic Light]