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From Freemasons to frat houses: The secret societies we know very little about

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From Freemasons to frat houses: The secret societies we know very little about

'I have only once, I think, been a member of an organisation that excluded someone right before my eyes.

I'm not counting the Cubs in this – I'm not sure if there was a blanket ban on girls joining back in the Seventies, it's just that there weren't any girls in my troupe, and I packed it all in after a couple of months because the meetings were on Friday nights and I wanted to watch The Incredible Hulk. Nor am I referring to my lifelong membership of the Straight White Male club, for which I was signed up while still in the womb.

No, I'm talking about the Lower Ince Labour Club junior coarse fishing society. Fishing was a popular pastime when I was a kid, with rod and float on the canal, or the River Douglas, or various flooded quarries or former pit land. I vividly remember the first meeting of the fishing club, when the organiser, almost as an afterthought, checked that our parents were all active members of the Labour Club.

One boy, a couple of years older than me, called Jonathan, said this his parents weren't. Red-faced and almost in tears, he was asked to leave. He'd just bought a new rod, as well.

I think it was that experience that gave me a healthy distrust of elitist clubs and societies, so you'll understand and perhaps forgive me when I break out the world's smallest violin to accompany the Freemasons' claim that they are facing discrimination and are being "unfairly stigmatised".

In fact, they have taken out advertisements in two national newspapers to complain. The papers are The Times and The Telegraph, which is perhaps curious; you might have thought that most Masons would actually be readers of those twin colossi of the British establishment anyway. Surely their complaint would have better avoided preaching to the converted in the centre-straddling or left-wing press?'

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Freemasons' Lodges Operating Secretly At Westminster London

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Al Bundy

Probably on this day 1945. Dolny Śląsk, (then occupied Poland)
In one castle ... The Soviet Army discovered the archive of the masons, which, according to Hitler's order, was "buried and hidden".

"They found a huge amount of documents". The Nazis tried to hide these documents by placing them in mining windows, but experts from the USSR found them: 90% of these documents were organized (trains) transferred to Moscow. Stalin ordered that a secret archive be created for these documents and for them a special building was built for them
captured Germans. This building still exists as a kind of fortress.
There is a secret archive of the KGB ... which nobody knew, even the archives. It was under the complete control of the KGB and worked in it
KGB specialists, which means that the material was available to agents working in the West.

(Biljana Djorović interviewed Oleg Platonov for the Serbian anti-globalist magazine "Geopolitika", pg. 40-42;; October 2017).

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Al Bundy

Today I watched the Serbian pro-government private TV station "Happy" talk show with the theme "Why are Free Masons, Templars and Rotary Club so Important?".

Guests, a charming and well-admired host for this topic were members of these Secret Societes (even one
Free Mason came studio dressed as if he came from Lodge !! ). All guests even had the same attitude about their societies - they deal exclusively with "humanitarian work".

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Al Bundy

MEETING WITH HISTORY: Tito's life guidance was Masonry

Pope Paul VI and Yugoslav Communist President Tito

Ivan Miladinovic | May 12, 2019 | Comments: 3
Links of Josip Broz with free masons between myth and reality.

Almost every month of May ... many authors, from the region that once covered Yugoslavia, open the eternal question - who was Tito? Was he a man about whom generations and generations were taught in schools, about which fairy tales are being raised today, or someone else is talking about it?
Hundreds of books have been written about him and it is quite certain that Josip Broz was one of the greatest political figures of the 20th century. But, at the same time, from this historical distance, nearly four decades since his death, it is clear that many details in his life are controversial. He has never been reliably identified when he became a member of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia ( KPJ ), his entry into the party top is disputed and when and how he became Secretary General of KPJ . About this, Tito himself publicly told me 4 times, which, of course, was carried by all the daily newspapers, and all four times he presented various years when he came to the forefront of the party. Particularly disputable are his Moscow days in 30`s  and duties that he had in the Comintern, as well as participation in the Spanish Civil War ( 1936-39 ).

The date of Tito's birth is controversial. He had fifteen (?).

The thirty-five-year rule of communist Yugoslavia was so "soaked in the form of personal rule that it became a more important dimension than the very class-social character of the political order." Tito is mystified is everything he touched. Therefore, the demystification process is slow and it is still ongoing. He often takes on various forms of conspiracy theory.

Tito and Britsh PM Winston Churchill

THERE, with time, and every story of the Masonry became obscure, if it did not mention Tito's name in it. For objective historical reasons, the inaccessibility of the archives of masons is not sufficiently explored the participation of one part of the leadership of Yugoslav communists in the Masonic secret society, and therefore Marshal Tito. The facts that support the fact that Tito was a mason, and those who challenge this claim can not certify with certainty either. That's why many free masons remain unresponsive to the question of whether Broz was a mason.

The first public appearance of Tito in connection with the Masons occurred at the time of his dissolution with Stalin in 1948.
In the attacks that came from Moscow, Tito himself personally was apostrophed. Broz is accused of being a traitor to communist ideas and a servant of the capitalist system. The main blade of these accusations was that he was a Mason, under direct English influence. The Soviet propaganda machinery and their intelligence services claimed to have documents about what they found in the German archives.
In short, Tito's "Masonic dossier" would look like this: in 1926 Tito was admitted to the Libertas Lodge. And Winston Churchill advanced him to Naples in 1944, and since then, his lightning rush began in politics. Then Broz was told that he was in the same plane with the Iranian king R. Pahlavi and all other leading politicians.

Tito's stay in Finland was also mentioned, just before the start of WW2, where he was in English intelligence training. About this, in the early eighties of the last century, J. Kopinič, Titov associate, spoke to the author of this text and the late journalist Bogavac. Particularly interesting is the fate of this interview: after the ban in "Reporter" (1984) and "Intervju" (1985) was published in December 1999 ( Federal President was Slobodan Milosevic ) in the Belgrade magazine "Duga".

AFTER the Soviet intelligence,  Tito will speak out liaisons with free masons. In autobiographical speeches for TV Belgrade, recorded by Veljko Bulajic, he said that he informed Moscow about the German attack, he literally told:
"For example, I met with a Soviet military attaché and told him that the German army was moving towards their border and that it would certainly come under attack. I had information from Zagreb from some free masons who were familiar with what I've told him all this and said that this should be taken seriously
... "

And then his burial and a tombstone came in without a five-pointed star, under which all his comrades were buried. The streets of Belgrade went straight out - he was a mason ...
The references claim that Tito's last farewell is at the same time one of the largest and most important sets of free masons of the planet. They were attended by statesmen from many large countries and many of them were highly ranked in the Masonic world.

Tito`s grave without red star

The official historian, in fact, an apologist for free masons in Serbia is Zoran Nenezic. In 1980, he announced that in 1939 "seven members of the Yugoslav communist leadership belonged to the Masonic Lodge" Concordia ", based in London, of which five are the most important Broz, Bakarić, Kardelj, Kopinić and Velebit." In the meantime, he will begin to slowly squeeze information from people from Tito's escort, as he travels in non-aligned countries, attending Masonic ritual meetings. According to this information, the conflict between Kolisevski and Tito was due to the fact that the marshal of Yugoslavia wanted to go to a gathering of masons organized by the Moroccan king, the great master of the Masonic lodge.

Throughout the Masonic channels, in December 1940, Tito will come into contact with W. Donovan, a man who will establish the CIA after the WW2. President Roosevelt (also Mason) will send "Wild Bill" to Belgrade for "spy games" to block access to the Yugoslavia Pact with the Axis Powers and help the anti-nazi population of March 27, 1941 in Belgrade.
During these encounters, Tito also had a fake Canadian passport on behalf of the Greek Spiridon Mekas.

On numerous Broz's journeys around the world, western journalists who followed those visits fell into the eyes that he almost always bought females and white gloves. The symbolism of white gloves is important for free masons. They represent the purity of the spirit of the one who carries them, and during the ritual they are dressed by a great master.
Chronicles noted that at the Summit of Non-Aligned Countries in Havana, in Cuba, in 1979, Tito appeared with white gloves. The exit to the white-colored speaker was accompanied by the frenetic applause of the present leaders. Knowers of the non-aligned movement claim that this maneuver took Tito's gloves to get the favor of the majority because of the disagreement with Fidel Castro about the future of this movement.

And here is another information about the lodge "Libertas", in which Broz joined the Masons. She was "wild", or irregular, and maintained ties to the German lodge Zu den drei Weltkuglen. Since 1917, it has entered a circle of later leadership of Croatian fascists
(ustashe), first Col. Slavko Kvaternik, then Budak, and Puk, then the younger ones Kvaternik Eugen ...

Whether Tito was a mason, there is no clear answer. And if not, the Masonry was his life companion, guiding, trust and protector.


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Al Bundy

Simon Bolivar was President of four countries - Venezuela ( 1813-1814), G. Colombia ( 1819-1830 ), Bolivia ( 1825) and Peru ( 1824-1827).

Simon Bolivar's 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masonic Apro

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