The comment located here was put up recently, and leaves me a lot to think about. I’ll let you decide for yourself whether it is a punk or something real. I am hoping as I dissect it to make that decision for myself.
First, if you actually go to take a look at the comment, you’ll see why I put up a photo of the “Enter” key from a Qwerty keyboard. That key is useful. It separates thoughts into “paragraphs,” and makes for easier reading. There are quite a few natural break points in the comment, but the author doesn’t seem to know that readers prefer short paragraphs.
I don’t know why people write in long tirades like that, not taking time or organize. It could be that our “Master Mason” was in a hurry, typing on an “eyes only” Masonic keyboard, and wanted to get it all written and publisher before he got caught.
There’s another possibility. In the town that I grew up in, there were a couple of Masonic Temples, but the members more often congregated in bars, usually dedicated to orders like Masons, Elk, Moose, Shriners (OK, Catholic, and not Masonic, but trust me, the Knights of Columbus is centered around a hall, the center of which is a bar). It could be that Master Mason was tying one on. I don’t think he was sent on a mission, or was allowed to talk out of school.
Anyway, we shall dive into pertinent parts of the comment:
Dear gentlemen. I’m not quite sure how to begin, but I feel it quite necessary to offer a disclosure. … Let’s just start with my own personal history in a preposterously condensed format. I am a Freemanson in an ancient order. Not certainly by choice, but by circumstance. Not something I’m particularly proud about, but something which for me has become an inescapable reality.
Freemasons I have known, admittedly few in number, took pride in their work, and made it a point to strive to be upstanding citizens, parents and loyal spouses. Secrets aside, Masons joined and were actively trying to be better people. It was a kind of self-policing effort, in that the group would know if a member was misbehaving. That might sound Pollyannish, but I am speaking of a relatively small town and people that I knew to be good people. I do not know what Master Mason has to be ashamed of.
As a young and newly married man, my father-in-law took me with his K of C group to get on a bus one Sunday to see a NY Jets game. We arrived at the KC Hall, where game attendees would soon depart. It was 10:00 AM, and the bar was open and serving, which would continue on the bus. My father-in-law’s best friend was sitting next to me at the bar, and confided in me a promise of group loyalty. He said that no matter which woman you chose to bring here, word would never get back to your wife. That’s fraternity! (The day was long, the Jets lost to the Cowboys, who were sitting down their regulars in anticipation of a playoff bid. The Knights drank all the way there and all the way back.)
The reason I am here speaking to you gentlemen about this is not so simple. However, rest assured I am doing this in good faith, even though I am anonymous and shall remain so. I admire your collective researches, and my order has been somewhat callously entertained by your ideas, not in anyway misguided, but most certainly uninitiated. For many thousand years, our order has been one of benevolence and charity. Unless you’ve ascended through the degrees and reached the highest levels of Freemasonic brotherhood, you just cannot possibly understand our purpose and our history.
So, why even approach us? To tell us he knows things he can’t tell us?
… I come to you in the cloak of sympathy and charity. Here is why. Our order has been subject to deep and profound corruption. There are still currently some very honest and decent men who belong to our order, but there are also many sinister and evil men who have forsaken the original sacred tenets of our profession. You must first understand how old and ancient our order truly is. Every name in history of note was and is and will forever be a Freemason. We built this world, we run this world, and will forever control this world. I know such an idea sounds rather grim, but think of the great benefits to mankind that we have proffered throughout the centuries of human evolution. So why am I telling you all this? Simple. I admire you. I am forever a champion of free thought, free expression, and free will, however so misguided.
Now, that is talking out of school. The ancient order is corrupt. Also, the ancient order is apparently unable or unwilling to clean house. What is the purpose of the bean-spill here? There can be none. We can neither understand nor comment on nor fix their internal corruption. It is at this point that I imagine we are dealing with a lower order member, or even a non-member who is spoofing us. Nevertheless …
Your researches are not in vain. You have striven very close to a very secret ancient truth. But you must understand: You shall never fully penetrate the core of our order, you shall never know our secrets, unless you join our ancient fraternity and spend a lifetime learning our esoteric code. I should like to commend you for your rather stunning and brilliant discoveries. You have reached the wall, and I am here in all due respect to share what is behind that wall. … Every person you see on television, on radio, or in the Government is a Freemason. Ever professional athlete, every politician, every police officer, every judge, every celebrity, every media personality, every persons working within our government, in our military–these are all Freemasons, of course at the highest levels. CIA, FBI, Congress, the Supreme Court, the White House, and every government agency beneath those–they are all run and occupied by Freemasons.
I think it safe at this website to say that we knew that. We’ve noticed how everyone famous is related to everyone else famous. We’ve noted that athletic contests are rigged. We know that politicians, judges, even local county officials (such as the heads of various health agencies charged with locally running the virus scare) are in some kind of secret-handshake relationship with the others. And, I’ve had it whispered in my ear (but cannot be sure) that local police are all in on the game too. We just had a fake mass shooting in nearby Boulder, and there must have been fifty cop cars there from various agencies. Each one, I thought, must be in on the game. None of this is news.
We have run this country from its earliest inception. In fact, we’ve run every country, every nation, every vital coastal region since the dawn of civilization. Our order is roughly 11,000 years old. Your researches have led you to this point, to this wall. But there is no penetrating this wall for the uninitiated. I am not in any way trying to discourage you from your research (obviously you‘ve made it this far). I’m here to tell you there’s no further to go. Our order is your answer. We have built and run this societal construct for 11,000 years. We occupy all the highest levels of society and, without our approval and blessing, you shall never achieve prominence, wealth, and success the way we enjoy those very noble things.
At this point I am getting the feeling that “we’ve” is a bit of an overstatement of the importance of Master Mason. I worked for a woman in the nid-1980s who was worth $35 million … I liked to say that between the two of us, we averaged $17.5 million net worth. I think Master Mason is engaged in similar puffery, overstating the meaning of “we” and laying claim and credit to the work and wealth of others.
It’s no fault of yours, but rather a fault of your birth. Why am I here saying these preposterous claims, you are asking? It’s simple. I want you to uncover how deeply our order has entrenched itself in every possible aspect of your reality and, by extension, creates your reality. I have to hand it to you researchers. You have come a long way. But you have never discovered this simple fact. Freemasons run 99% of your reality.
Glad it’s not my fault.
I’ve often thought how much better off we would be not to know what we know. William F. Buckley one time on his Firing Line TV show was criticized for constantly looking down at his notes while interviewing. He said he did so because his head was heavy from the weight of what he knew. I feel the same weight, not to his degree, as he was also obliged to keep secrets while knowing what he knew. We don’t have to keep secrets, but my head is heavy nonetheless, full of things I cannot share with others of normal persuasion and beliefs.
I am a little bit flattered that this poseur, Master Mason, has chosen to grace us with his insincere praise and gratuitous alignment of himself and people who really have power and really know things that are really secret. I think that if he were really a Freemason, he’d get the boot.
I just did what I should have done first, check the IP address to see who this clown really is. The comment was written by Lawrence Rothman.