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Trotsky - Freemason and Illuminati agent

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 09 Nov 2004, 21:07
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:06
Since I see that Jobbyman already gave you a source about the presidents, I will give a different one, about freemasons in Cuba, but to your disadvantage, it is in Dutch, anyway, it is about that 19 of the 75 people who were arrested in Cuba as 'dissidents' were members of an freemasonry loge http://cuba.web-log.nl/cuba/2005/05/cubaanse_vrijme.html

Important note: This is an antisocialist website, I posted this to prove that freemasons are antisocialistic as well
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 19 Jul 2004, 16:21
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:14
When have freemasons showed any aggression towards the worker's movement? Or any interest in politics what so ever? They are nothing more than a group of people who look after each other's interests. They are no danger and if they control the world then my name is Fred.


Iluminati = bullshit,

freemason world control = bullshit,

this thread = bullshit!
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:18
Why do you think so? A politician came to my highschool once, and she told us that she was part of the order of the rosecross, which is a department of the freemasons. So it would be naive to consider it bullshit
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:18
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When have freemasons showed any aggression towards the worker's movement?


excellent point. Why waste time and resources on someone who is not aggressive towards the movement?
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:19
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When have freemasons showed any aggression towards the worker's movement? Or any interest in politics what so ever?


I hate people like you that are willfully stupid. I have just posted conclusive evidence that Freemasons have played a huge part in the United States political landscape, and you post this drivel?

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They are nothing more than a group of people who look after each other's interests.


That's awful nice of them. We like sectarians, don't we, my pseudo-Marxist friend?

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Iluminati = bullshit,


Tell that to Adam Weishaupt.

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freemason world control = bullshit


They control at least the United States and Britain.

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this thread = bullshit!


That's because you are a wilful idiot.
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:22
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excellent point. Why waste time and resources on someone who is not aggressive towards the movement?


Because it would be foolish to underestimate certain groups. It is no wonder that you consider it 'non-agressive' because they are acting behind the scenes. Just that you don't see them ruling, doenst mean that they arent
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:22
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excellent point. Why waste time and resources on someone who is not aggressive towards the movement?


According to that Freemason source, they have been US presidents and commanders of the US military.

'Dem be great allies to the workers' movement, yo'.

If you are a Trotskyite, or any other lackey of US imperialism, then please feel free to not pay any attention to them. If you are a communist then you will detest this cult and seek to destroy it.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 24 Jan 2006, 03:39
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:24
I thought Freemason and Illuminati are new?Its on many talk radio shows!!
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:25
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George Washington, i. 11/4/1752 Fredericksburg Lodge No. 4, Virginia
James Monroe, i. 11/9/1775 Williamsburgh Lodge No. 6, Virginia
Andrew Jackson, Harmony Lodge No. 1 (?); Grand Master 1822-24, Tennessee
James Knox Polk, r. 9/4/1820 Columbia Lodge No. 31, Tennessee
David Rice Atchison, "Ex-officio president": March 4, 1849. member: Platte Lodge No. 56, Mo.
James Buchanan, r. 1/24/1817 Lodge No. 43, Pennsylvania
Andrew Johnson, i. 1851, Greenville Lodge No. 119, Tennessee
James A. Garfield, r. 11/22/1864, Magnolia Lodge No. 20, Ohio
William McKinley, r. 4/3/1865, Hiram Lodge No. 21, Virginia
Theodore Roosevelt, r. 4/24/1901, Matinecock Lodge No. 806, Oyster Bay
William Howard Taft, made a mason at sight 2/18/1909. affiliated Kilwinning Lodge 356, Ohio
Warren G. Harding, r. 8/13/1920, Marion Lodge No. 70, Ohio
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, r. 1911/11/28, Holland Lodge No. 8 New York
Harry S Truman - i. 02/09/1909, r. 03/18/1909, Belton Lodge No. 450
Lyndon Baines Johnson, (EA) i. October 30, 1937, Johnson City Lodge No. 561, Texas
Gerald Ford, r. May 18, 1951, Columbia Lodge No. 3


not one in 30 years, jobbyman, nothing that relates to a current society.
try again,
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:25
Oh yes, they are good boys now! Honestly! They've learned their lesson!
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:30
George Bush Senior is a freemason member if I remember it right...
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:31
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George Bush Senior is a freemason member if I remember it right...


How can one verify this.
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:33
Usually, by looking it up
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:35
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Usually, by looking it up

Because the internet is full of truths and lacks conspiracy theories.
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:37
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Usually, by looking it up
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since you are the one that brought it up, pal, the bruden of proof rests on you.
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:39
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Because the internet is full of truths and lacks conspiracy theories.


The Internet is the best resource on the planet because it is larger than any library. Of course an imbecile like you does not care to use the internet properly; is pronography more to your taste?

Conspiracy theories are common throughout history. I presume you are unaware of the many conspiracies surrounding Julius Caesar that you can read up on in any historical textbook?
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:43
Jobbyman's first post
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I hate people like you that are willfully stupid.

I'm not. I just don't buy into every single conspiracy that I manage to dredge out of the marshland that is internet.
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I have just posted conclusive evidence that Freemasons have played a huge part in the United States political landscape, and you post this drivel?

No, you have not. Your sources are laughable so me not taking them serious is only to be expected.

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We like sectarians, don't we, my pseudo-Marxist friend?

Do you like what you see in the mirror, my ad-homatic comrade?

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They control at least the United States and Britain.

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That's because you are a wilful idiot.

And you appear unable to make a point without resorting to ad-hom attacks.


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According to that Freemason source, they have been US presidents and commanders of the US military.

Of course they would claim this. If not, then people like you might not give them the absurd amount of attention that they have done nothing do deserve. Listen up now, as a secret society you need to appear cool or else no one will bother becoming a member. So they can make up any shite they want and you just eat it up like and obedient dog, thereby further exaggerating their importance.

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If you are a Trotskyite, or any other lackey of US imperialism

Again you force my hand. Lol.
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:46
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I'm not. I just don't buy into every single conspiracy that I manage to dredge out of the marshland that is internet.


No, you are willfully stupid as perfectly illustrated by your posts in this thread.

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No, you have not. Your sources are laughable so me not taking them serious is only to be expected.


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Of course they would claim this. If not, then people like you might not give them the absurd amount of attention that they have done nothing do deserve. Listen up now, as a secret society you need to appear cool or else no one will bother becoming a member. So they can make up any shite they want and you just eat it up like and obedient dog, thereby further exaggerating their importance.




Listen to yourself, idiot. IT IS ALL A BIG CONSPIRACY!! The real freemasons are only pretending about their members, to fool gullible people!!
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:58
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Because the internet is full of truths and lacks conspiracy theories.


Well, you don't need to get sarcastic with me, ofcourse thats not the case, but you should use different sources to believe whats true or not.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 03 Jul 2004, 16:52
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Post 31 Aug 2006, 21:59
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Are you some sort of anarchist?


Some sort of marxist.

I personally prefer, and I'll take something called "the dictatorship of the proletariat" over "the dictatorship of the party" any day.

You support DDR. Why would you ever support a party dictatorship? Party dictatorships have nothing to do with marxism.

And why are you so obsessed with this freemason thing? I remember being interested in them, and it is an interesting organization, but come on.

PS: I am a freemason. I am an agent of the international banks. I am part of the Jewish-Freemasonic conspiracy.
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