Wednesday, December 15, 2010

I Blame The Freemasons.

"The Canadian Peace Alliance described the failure of national Canadian media outlets to report Holbrooke's final words as an 'unacceptable omission'. It has also stated that if the top U.S. envoy felt the war was unwinnable, why did Canada extend its presence in Afghanistan until 2014?"

"Here's hoping that Holbrooke's apparent death bed admission will be a tipping point for public understanding that the war is unwinnable. . . why did big Canadian media outlets not even make mention of this in their reports on his death?"

Could it be the Bilderbergers? The Jesuits? Alien reptiles in human form? Or could it be. . . oh, wait a minute: "It used to takes decades for legends about the supposed last words of famous people to seep into the culture and morph through constant repetition, until some enterprising scholar would look for hard evidence and soberly conclude that the well-known observation was most likely a myth or misunderstanding. In the case of Richard C. Holbrooke, the hard-charging diplomat who died on Monday, in the Internet age, that process took less than 24 hours."

I still blame the Masons.


Blogger SnoopyTheGoon said...

Masons? Nah... just a bunch of underdressed Illuminati.

3:49 AM  
Blogger Ian H said...

I think you'll find that the Masons ARE shape-shifting lizards from the 4th dimension. And what do we really know about Richard C. Holbrooke?

11:08 AM  
Blogger dmurrell said...

I read a book on the freemasons a number of years ago. The sect started originally as a secret union of masons in the early middle ages, in Britain. At the time, masons were crucial to the building and maintaining of castles -- especially designing and building key arches and stone work needed for the protection of castles.

Masons where key to national defence, and they knew it. So they unionized in secret, to protect themselves from the oppression of the monarchy.

In time, freemasons dropped the requirement of following the masonry craft. The sect spread first to mainland Europe, then to the rest of the world. The author concludes that the paranoia against freemasons comes from the secret signs and the secrecy behind the organization. The bigotry underpinning anti-freemasonry parallels that of anti-Semitism. Further, the early pro-democracy orgins of freemasonry are interesting.

1:09 AM  

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