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Masons and Illuminati are not the same thing. You've shown how some Masons may have been involved with the forming of the NCAA, but have provided no proof that they're currently "running" it.
Originally posted by dign4it
It should come as no surprise. Just like everything else in America and around the world, the Masons/Illuminati control the NCAA.
In fact, the very origins of the NCAA come from a meeting of Masons for the purpose of.....now get this....."to protect young people from the dangerous and exploitive athletic practices of the time."
Folks, this statement is total malarky
??? It's either total malarky or the reforms were needed. You can't have both!
The reason was to institute reforms for the safety of the players.
Now folks, there's no doubt that reforms had to be set in place, football players were dying left and right due to inadequate equipment.
The number 13 in Masonry is not significant at all. 3, 5 and 7 are the most important numbers in Masonry. The 13 stripes are BECAUSE of the 13 colonies. You're putting the cart before the horse if you insinuate otherwise.
The NCAA was created in 1906, after our President Teddy Roosevelt (a Mason) summoned the college athletic leaders from 13 institutions to the White House. Even so, it becomes painfully clear that there was a "meeting within a meeting" that took place at the White House. This number 13 is just one Masonic symbol, and I question why only 13 colleges were invited. This number 13 is also found with the "13 original colonies of America," as well as the "13 stripes in the American flag." (The American flag is full of Masonic/Illuminati symbology)
Which has nothing to do with Masonry.
It's also interesting to note that the current President of the NCAA, a Dr. Mark A. Emmert, has ties to not only the Masonic controlled NCAA, but to several other Masonic controlled entities. One of these entities is The Council on Foriegn Affairs.
Fulbright fellowships have given grants to over 300,000 people to further their education since the program was established. How evil!!! Those greedy sons of bitches giving money away!!! How dare they???
Mr. Emmert is also connected to the J.W. Fulbright Fellowship Program. Mr. Fulbright was not only a Senator from Arkansas, he was also a Mason who received money from a will left by Cecil Rhodes (the Mason who created DeBeers diamond). Masons helping Masons succeed, Masons helping the Masonic agenda succeed.
Recently, The NCAA signed television contracts worth billions of dollars, all of this money is made possible by the OUTSTANDING ATHLETES IN OUR SCHOOLS, yet these athletes DO NOT GET ONE DIME. (Did someone say "NWO?") Sure, these great kids DO get a scholarship (a mere pittance of what the colleges make off of them), but why not give these athletes the $60,000 a year that they deserve and let them pay THEIR OWN bills??
The NCAA is a nonprofit association that is committed to providing opportunity for more than 430,000 college students who compete annually in intercollegiate athletics.
Sixty percent of NCAA revenue is distributed directly to Division I conferences, which pass most of that money along to their member institutions to support their athletics programs. Another major use of NCAA revenue is the support of 89 national championships in 23 sports, including coverage of travel expenses for all participants. Other student-athlete benefits include catastrophic-injury insurance coverage for all student-athletes; year-round and championship drug-testing programs; and various scholarship programs, among others.
Most NCAA revenue comes from a 14-year, $10.8 billion agreement with Turner Broadcasting and CBS Sports for rights to the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Projected NCAA revenue for 2011-12 is $777 million, $700 million of which (90 percent) is projected to come from media rights payments.
In 2009, only one NCAA exec made more than a million. source
Yet the heads of the NCAA take home OVER a cool million a year!!!!!
Come on. We all know from your posting history here that that simply isn't true. You've said all you're capable of saying on the subject, and will be starting a new Mason-bashing thread within the next 24 hours.
I could say a lot more, but this is more than enough to get the facts across to you.