posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 01:24 PM
It's a group of usually intelligent people that come together to help each other out and help the community. They are tied to oaths that they take
within the lodges which they must respect with honor.
So, usually what happen is favoritism and elitism as they rarely help the community unless a mason is part of the people that need help.
By deduction, there must also be a lot of ego tripping since usually they are talented people. Secretly, many must shun upon the rest of the
population but it is not part of the goal of freemasonry.
Mason also usually don't turn in other masons since many feel their lodge rules override legal rules concerning honor and fraternity.
Many people do not like masons because they wouldn't be talented or smart enough and many, like me, dislike masonry in general because of their
secrecy, favoritism, elitism, etc.
Contrary to what they believe and try to achieve foolishly, I believe they are to the detriment of civilization and that the world would be much
better off without them.
Join us or be crushed, must be historically rampant when it comes down to political, economical and intellectual progression. Firsthand, most masons
respect masons more than non-masons.
The whole idea disgusts me, JFK didn't like it, I don't like it.
This doesn't mean masonry is only negative but I feel it outweighs the positive.
edit on 25-6-2012 by theMediator because: (no reason