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I don't see why it's not a cult. It seems to fit the definition.
Nixon wouldn't go because he KNEW it was a gay child rape fest, he even stated so!!!
Something just isn't right about a secret organization . WHY does it need to be secret?
And glad masons are around, no f'in way, they are the worst people on earth, I have known quite a few, former father in law, glad he is dead. can't wait for the end of all those BS "secret societies" and their crap!! Have bought and passed out so much anti-masonic literature, waking people up to the truth, don't believe masons are bad, read John Quincy Adams, Letters on Freemasonry, do some freakin research then come back and chat about it.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
I don't really know or care if he goes or not, but I'm curious why you would trust your list so much?
If it really is the elite, scary, well-protected event that people claim it is, then any list would surely be incomplete.
Maybe someone could get a list by observing the people coming or going, or compiling a list of quotes of people that admitted to going, but it would be basically impossible to call the list complete. Dozens of paparazzi have trouble keeping track of stupid little pop stars, so surely a well-connected, well-protected world leader would have no problem sneaking in or or out of an event?
Operation Northwoods was a series of false-flag proposals that originated in 1962 within the United States government, and which the Kennedy administration rejected.
In the winter of 2004, Chris joined with his father Michael Paine to purchase outright “WildNest” -- the 158-acres of undeveloped forested land adjacent to the compound ranch.
He became notable after the assassination of John F. Kennedy because of his and his wife's acquaintance with alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.