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Who’s the New Freemason?

Posted by Dick Whitman on August 7th, 2012 under General, History, Political Correctness, Religion


Freemasons like to point out that many of the ideas that they proclaim were suppressed by ignorant church leaders and kings who were fearful of more illuminating ideas entering the consciousness of the people.

They’re right.

Freemasons were persecuted, lied about, and even killed for wanting to study and advocate for ideas which were different than the conventional dogma of the day. The Freemasons were “politically incorrect” and experienced losses of reputation, economic opportunity, freedom, and even life because of their activities.

Who do the Freemasons of old sound like today?

Freemasons are proud that their once suppressed ideas eventually won out over church dogma and aristocratic rule and even ended up being the “cornerstone” of the French and American Republics.

So who’s the New Freemason?

And is BUGS the new Green Dragon? (1)

(1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Dragon_Tavern

 

 

 

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  1. #1 by BGLass on 08/07/2012 - 9:09 am

    thanks for mentioning masons; they are blamed for many things in the internet-sphere and hard to research, due to info overload and bias.

    People have become interested because it is a thing most used to discredit a “constitutional republic,” by saying its founders were masons. in reality, a very large margin were not, if one researches, but even if they were, so what? And whatever it was in 1730, it would be different now.

    And anyway, why should having ideas discredit things?

    It’s true some very bad ideas have had bad consequence (like the whole attention now to “heretical cults,” which are said to be things like Jim Jones or Heaven’s Gate. (But part of the mason rules seems things such as “go to church,” lol)

    Yet— no one looks very deeply at where these more problematic groups originated and the motives in creating them by those who did.

    Creating or Destroying “Strange Sects” is helpful to Idea-Oriented Societies (not based in people or traditional nations)— since (if the “sects” or “heresies” can seem bad enough like Jim Jones) persecuting people on the basis of any Ideas and Thoughts can start to appear a good thing.

    It can create what will seem, (even to reasonable people) a justification for persecuting groups of people on the basis of Thoughts.

  2. #2 by steadiness on 08/07/2012 - 1:16 pm

    Exactly right, BGlass, and because they are oppressed, they need you to justify them and provide affirmative action.

  3. #3 by daedalus on 08/07/2012 - 3:14 pm

    A ‘liberal’ is defined as a progressive. A progressive is a person that is
    smart enough to know that people are advancing to perfection. And all people are included. Therefore the bug known as a White male, probably a Southern male, must be eliminated.

    Freedom for all. First, though, eliminate those undeserving. The progressive is doing the work of the gods and the freemasons are the ignorant andrew ‘old hickory’ jackson ‘hicks’ who resist.

  4. #4 by shari on 08/07/2012 - 3:31 pm

    It’s amazing how quickly every good effort, that changed the status quo is forgotten, then subverted. But, this is really big, the attempted genocide of the entire white race.
    Some Mediterranians don’t consider themselves white. But their countries are considered white, having massive non-white immigration pushed on them. This is evidence that NONE are to be left alive anywhere.
    If we are the “new freemasons” the changes we make have to be bigger, longer lasting than anything has been in a very long time.

  5. #5 by Daniel Genseric on 08/07/2012 - 5:46 pm

    We aren’t the new free masons.

    If we dare equate ourselves to ANYTHING revolutionary at this point in time, we are the NEW Sons of Liberty. And the Swarm is our Green Dragon Tavern.

    beers are on Simmons!

  6. #6 by steadiness on 08/07/2012 - 7:29 pm

    deadalus, I see you’re caught up on the word ‘progressive’. I suppose the progressives of 100 years ago weren’t cultural marxists, but they were still dangerous utopians who reached their high water mark when they banned alcohol.

    As for right now, progressives, liberals, whatever else the want to call themselves, they believe in two major points:

    * the hierarchy of oppression. Ask a progressive, which is more oppressed, a black man, or a hispanic lesbian. They might squirm about answering, because of the chance to get it politically incorrect, but they won’t reject the question.

    * the eschatology of social progress. They believe very strongly in their idea of end times.

    How do I know it’s good to talk about the hierarchy of oppression and the eschatology of social progress? Because when I suggested those words to my Communist friends, they were pretty pissed, and I’ve won not a few arguments on the Internet this terminology. Because it neatly describes cultural marxist ideology, making it sound as silly as we know it is.

  7. #7 by Dick_Whitman on 08/07/2012 - 11:57 pm

    All I’m doing here is using the Freemason’s own narrative (that they claim) and applying it to us.

    THEY proudly point out that they were persecuted and suppressed by the powers of that day.

    THEY also proudly point out that their ideas won out over the Church’s ideas and regardless of how many Founding Fathers were Masons, Masonic ideas were the basis of the French and American Republics.

    I’m saying that pro-White ideas are seen today as “heretical,” just as the Freemason’s ideas were seen 300 years ago. The “Church” of today is the Church of Political Correctness and first commandment of this “Church” is White Genocide.

    And just as those once suppressed ideas ended up being the philosophical “cornerstone” of what historians call “The Modern Era” (The French Revolution to Present), I’m stating that BUGS’s ideas will be the “cornerstone” of the soon to be “new era.”

    I’m not by any means trying to imply that we’re a new fraternal organization or the like. Obviously we’re very different than the Freemasons for many reasons, but most of all in that we’re totally open in our actions, whereas the Mason’s operate secretly. Our “conspiracy” is open for the whole world to read and see (literally).

    The title is a play on the old phrase “Who’s the new nigger?”

  8. #8 by shari on 08/08/2012 - 1:33 pm

    Glad to know that BUGS are not the “new freemasons.” I didn’t really think that made sense.

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