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Why is there a statue of Lenin in Seattle next to a Masonic Lodge?

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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 12:55 AM

Weird, huh?

The Statue of Lenin in Seattle is a 16 foot (5 m) bronze sculpture of Bolshevik Russian Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin located in the Fremont neighborhood.

With the help of the original sculptor, the statue was professionally cut into three pieces and shipped to the United States at a total cost of $41,000. Lewis Carpenter financed much of that via mortgaging his home. On February 18, 1994 in the midst of the uproar in Seattle that was set off by his import of a statue of a communist leader, Lewis Carpenter was killed in a car accident.


So, the guy who thought this up was "accidented"...

Coincidence it's right next to a Masonic Lodge?

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:24 AM
reply to post by Signals

There's nothing wrong.
Jewish zionists Trotsky (Bronstein) and others sponsored by banksters like Jacob Schiff made revolution in Russia. Everyone who seriously studied history of Russian Revolution knows it. Lenin was just a part of it, the real force behind revolution were Trockists.

You must to read this book Link to find out the real history

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:27 AM
reply to post by Signals

Weird indeed! I wonder if there is any connection to the lodge, or (heh) coincidence. Very interesting!

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:29 AM
reply to post by Signals

'Tis in your link...

Lewis E. Carpenter, a resident of Issaquah, Washington, who was teaching English in Poprad, found the monumental statue lying in a scrapyard ready to be sold for the price of the bronze. In close collaboration with a local journalist and good friend, Tomáš Fülöpp, Carpenter approached the city officials with a claim that despite its current unpopularity, the sculpture was still a work of art worth preserving, and he offered to buy it for $13,000.

It is still very interesting though in that it depicts a war like Lenin instead of how he was usually mandated to be portrayed; either as a philosopher or educator.
edit on 11-10-2011 by Frater210 because:

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 02:01 AM
Hey you guys. This is fun...

619 N 36th St
Seattle, WA 98103

...put that in google earth. It is the address for the Doric masonic Lodge.

I have been having a lot of fun using google earth to look at the statue and its environs. You can see up the side street to the left and behind Lenin. If you go up there you will see that the masonic lodge has a really nice art deco neon marquee circa probably 1920 something. Cool stuff. Looks like a trendy neighborhood.

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 02:22 AM
All roads lead to Fremont.

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 06:31 AM
Stalin was an Illuminati murderer as well. He was part of the elite run by the Rothschilds set to create conflict in World War 2. The leaders of the US, UK, USSR and Germany were all on the same side. They just made the people believe they were all against each other to make sure their Illuminati Agendas were succeeded!

Remember when Stalin imprisoned Millions of Middle Class citizens of Russia and forced them to work building roads, prisons etc. 22 million people died building the 'Road Of Bones' in far eastern Russia.

Illuminati members will remember him as a hero. He did their bidding for them and managed to kill millions of people in the process. The Illuminati crimianal bankers love death and destruction. They relish in it. It's all a big blood thirsty sacrifice to them.

So there you go. Another reason a psycho has a statue in the US. I'm surprised Rothschilds prodigal son Hitler doesn't have a statue there!!

posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 06:54 AM
What a tacky facade to a Lodge building. I suppose the statue is there to draw your eyes away from the Lodge sign. I see no conection, although I cannot be sure if Lenin was or was not a Mason.
edit on 11/10/2011 by TheLoneArcher because: I put too many "n"s in Lenin.

Edit: Sorry, he was a Freemason:

Whether Lenin was a freemason as early as in the 1890s is not yet possible to determine but he worked in the same way as subversive groups usually do. The Illuminati, the Grand Orient, B'nai B'rith (Sons of the Covenant), and other Masonic lodges were all interested in agitating the workers towards certain "useful" goals.
It is important to stress that Lenin and his henchmen did not work for a living. They could still afford to travel around Europe (then relatively more expensive than now) and live in luxury. These professional revolutionaries had only one task - to agitate the workers. Lenin's later activity shows clearly how he followed Adam Weishaupt's line.
Several sources reveal that Lenin became a freemason whilst abroad in 1908. One of these sources is a thorough investigation: Nikolai Svitkov's "About Freemasonry in Russian Exile", published in Paris in 1932. According to Svitkov, the most important freemasons from Russia were Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin, Leon Trotsky (Leiba Bronstein), Grigori Zinoviev (Gerson Radomyslsky), Leon Kamenev (actually Leiba Rosen-feld), Karl Radek (Tobiach Sobelsohn), Maxim Litvinov (Meyer Hennokh Wallakh), Yakov Sverdlov (Yankel-Aaron Solomon), L. Martov (Yuli Zederbaum), and Maxim Gorky (Alexei Peshkov), among others.
According to the Austrian political scientist Karl Steinhauser's "EG - die Super-UdSSR von morgen" / "The European Union - the Super Soviet Union (USSR) of Tomorrow" (Vienna, 1992, p. 192), Lenin belonged to the Masonic lodge Art et Travail (Art and Labour). The famous British politician Winston Churchill also confirmed that Lenin and Trotsky belonged to the circle of the Masonic and Illuminist conspirators. (Illustrated Sunday Herald, 8 February 1920.)
Lenin, Zinoviev, Radek and Sverdlov also belonged to B'nai B'rith. Researchers who are specialised in the activities of B'nai B'rith, including Schwartz-Bostunich, confirmed this infor-mation. (Viktor Ostretsov, "Freemasonry, Culture and Russian History", Moscow, 1999, pp. 582-583.)
Lenin was a freemason of the 31st degree (Grand Inspecteur Inquisiteur Commandeur) and a member of the lodge Art et Travail in Switzerland and France. (Oleg Platonov, "Russia's Crown of Thorns: The Secret History of Freemasonry", Moscow, 2000, part II, p. 417.)

When Lenin visited the headquarters of Grand Orient on rue Cadet in Paris, he signed the visitors' book. (Viktor Kuznetsov, "The Secret of the October Coup", St. Petersburg, 2001, p. 42.)
Together with Trotsky, Lenin took part in the International Masonic Conference in Copenhagen in 1910. (Franz Weissin, "Der Weg zum Sozialismus" / "The Road to Socialism", Munich, 1930, p. 9.) The socialisation of Europe was on the agenda.
Alexander Galpern, then secretary of the Masonic Supreme Council, confirmed in 1916 that there were Bolsheviks among the freemasons. I can further mention Nikolai Sukhanov (actually Himmer) and N. Sokolov. According to Galpern's testimony, the freemasons also gave Lenin financial aid to his revolutionary activity. This was certified by a known freemason, Grigori Aronson, in his article "Freemasons in Russian Politics", published in the Novoye Russkoye Slovo (New York, 8-12 October 1959). The historian Boris Nikolayevsky also mentioned this in his book "The Russian Freemasons and the Revolution" (Moscow, 1990).
In 1914, two Bolsheviks, Ivan Skvortsov-Stepanov and Grigori Petrovsky, contacted the freemason Alexander Konovalov for economic aid. The latter became a minister in the Provisional Government.
Radio Russia also spoke of Lenin's activities as a freemason on 12 August 1991.

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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:17 PM
Thanks for the replies...

If I ever get to Seattle, I'm definitely checking this out in person.

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 10:33 AM

Originally posted by stevcolx
Stalin was an Illuminati murderer as well.
So there you go. Another reason a psycho has a statue in the US. I'm surprised Rothschilds prodigal son Hitler doesn't have a statue there!!
Except the statue is of Lenin, not Stalin, so your rant is invalid.

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 10:41 AM
reply to post by TheLoneArcher

Even if Lenin was Grand Orient of France (which admitted atheists), his Masonic affiliation would be considered "irregular" by the Grand Lodge of Washington, which would have jurisdiction over Doric lodge. Grand Lodge of Washington gains its regularity from the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), and UGLE doesn't recognize Grand Orient of France since they started admitting atheists and women.

So the placement, in my opinion, is coincidence.

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