posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 12:13 PM
Originally posted by NarrowGate
All we know for certain is that he was Roman Catholic until he died. Do you have evidence of this claim?
In 1960, the Democrats nominated another Catholic as their candidate for president: John F. Kennedy, a member of Bunker Hill Council 62 in
Charlestown, Mass., and a Fourth Degree Knight. Hart was by then the supreme knight of an organization that had grown so much in stature and influence
that its 75th anniversary in 1957 had been marked by a cover story in Life magazine.
But Kennedy won, and when Luke Hart visited the White House, the president greeted him by saying, “Hello, Chief” — a moment that showed
just how far upward the Knights had helped to redefine the boundaries of what it meant to be both a Catholic and a real, pure, genuine
Notice how Kennedy addressed the head of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Columbus to this day give out awards in his name. If you do not think
he was a member until his death you need to post evidence to the contrary.
Yes I posted the events in the wrong sequence. I do not see the relevance there... Are you saying that Executive Order was not about to cost
the secret societies a lot of money? Are you telling me that secret societies do not run the Federal Reserve that we are stuck with TO THIS
Explain in detail how that order would have costed secret socities money. Then explain in detail its impact on silver certificates vis a vis federal
reserve notes. Then explain in detail what President Kennedy intended by that executive order.
Until you can properly articulate yourself without resorting to hysterical hyperbole and unsubstantiated rhetoric further discussion about that order
Who is Jim Mars and Rense? I honestly do not know. I have been considered out of the loop more than once when it comes to name
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Ok so you are telling me that when he spoke about oaths and secrecy he was specifically referring to communist societies and excluding
Did you even bother reading Rising Against's thread? It is quite clear he is refering to more secrecy from the press in the wake of the Bay of Pigs
fiasco and the impact that Soviet Communism was making in the world.
You are telling me he did not do things that made a lot of American Freemasons extremely mad that would have cost them a fortune every year up
to this day?
Huh? What did he do that cost Masons money and made them mad?
Next you are going to tell me it was white supremacists that killed him....
No, it was a disaffected little runt of a man.